Sports Rehabilitation Therapist
Strength & Conditioning Specialist
Yoga & Pilates SpecialistMarlo Goldstein BSc (Hons) Kinesiology, MSc Sports Therapy (MSST)
Marlo is a third degree black belt in Kempo karate, Kung-Fu and Kickboxing. Having participated competitively in martial arts, Marlo became dedicated to teaching others, which inspired her to pursue a career in Sports Therapy.
Marlo completed a four year BSc in Human Kinetics Kinesiology from the University of Guelph. Following her undergraduate degree, Marlo furthered her education in London, England, where she achieved her Master's in Sports Therapy.
While overseas, Marlo worked as the sports therapist for the London Nigerian Rugby Club, Bank of England and Hampstead Rugby Club and Islington Borough Ladies Football Club, where she provided injury treatment and sports specific rehabilitation exercises both during training and throughout their games. Marlo was also the sports therapist for the Dance Injury Clinic and Evaluation (D.I.C.E), assessing and rehabilitating injured dancers, which came naturally for her, as she studied ballet since the age of four. Additionally, Marlo was asked to lecture at London Metropolitan University to teach both undergraduate and Master's students in sports massage, sports injury rehabilitation, and the applications of clinic practice to sport. During this time abroad, Marlo covered topics on anatomy and physiology of the body, injuries ranging from the ankle to the spine, and sports specific treatments.
After her return to Toronto, Marlo signed on to work with the Toronto Saracens Rugby Club and is now excited to be a part of the SHAPE team. Marlo has become well-versed in the practices of Yoga and Pilates and is passionate about the positive impacts these movements can have on the body. She also strongly believes in continuing education to ensure that she can provide clients with the most current fitness and injury rehabilitation exercises. Marlo's goal is to provide each client with an individually tailored program that enables them to attain their maximum potential.