Exercise with Care – a Vision for Healthier Living
Anne Klausner is passionate about changing the way we think about chronic pain and balance.
Twenty years of Experience in health care, knowledge of anatomy and neurology and a passion for helping people are the pillars of Exercise with Care and Anne’s advocacy for changing how those with chronic pain are treated. No one should be told that pain is “normal” or to “get used to it”.
As an Exercise Therapy Specialist Anne creates programs tailored to each individual. Past injuries, surgeries and life experiences all affect the way you move today. Neurology based exercises ensure that your brain is receiving accurate information from your body, the key to accurate and pain free movement.
In 2016, Anne Klausner founded Exercise with Care in order to spread her vision of health and wellbeing in the community. Programs include daily drills to keep you progressing towards your goals. After all, exercise is about feeling better every day, not just on “gym days”
As an Exercise Therapy Specialist, Anne works with individuals of all ages to improve their quality of life.
Anne studied hydrotherapy at the Kibbutzim College in Tel Aviv, Israel. She supplemented these studies at Wingate Institute of Physical Education and the Mind-Body Center also in Israel, training in osteopathic and rehabilitation therapy methods. She went on to gain invaluable experience working at the Sheba Rehabilitation Hospital with patients of all ages who had suffered traumatic injuries or had chronic syndromes
Since moving to Canada, Anne has continued her education with Z-Health Performance Solutions, LLC , studying the neurology of movement.
When not working or catching up on neurology, Anne loves spending time with family and friends. Anne enjoys improving her public speaking skills at Toastmasters International, Thornhill Club https://www.toastmasters.org/Find-a-Club/00008517-thornhill-club. She is also an active member of Na’amat Toronto, a charity which promotes women and children in Canada and Israel http://www.naamat.com/locations/toronto-clubs.