Mylène has a degree in Molecular Biology from UQTR and worked for McGill University and the National Research Council as a researcher in gene therapy and viral vector systems for Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. After a few years in Ontario, Mylène continued her education in the health, fitness and performance field with a degree from Sheridan College and a McMaster University internship. Her athlete’s career as a competitive Olympic Weightlifter brought her to becoming a NCCP Nationally and Internationally certified coach and to start her own high-performance team: Synergy Weightlifting Club.
Mylène is currently a student at the Ontario Academy of Progressive Osteopathy and a certified Osteopathic Movement Therapist and ELDOA class instructor. She utilizes ELDOA and myofascial stretching techniques to help people reach optimal quality of movement and better health.
Her paradigm for health and performance being the complexity theory makes her holistic approach a great fit with Cornerstone Studio. In her free time, Mylène pratices the Korean traditional martial art of Hapkido under the head of the World Hapkido Federation, Grand Master Hwang In-Shik, and is the first and currently only woman in the world to have attained the level of first degree black belt under him.