Sheila Lukasiewich graduated from the University of Alberta in 1989 with a Bachelor of Physical Education (with distinction) followed by a B.SC (PT) (with distinction) in 1993. She has worked extensively with athletes of all ages and levels, on and off the field, from recreational to professional. Her main interests are orthopaedics and sports related injuries.
In 1997 she began to explore the relationship of energy to the body and found her way to her first Zero Balancing class. As she began incorporating Zero Balancing into her physical therapy practice she was amazed with the results both in clients and herself. Sheila was certified in Zero Balancing in 2001 and joined the faculty a few years later in 2004. Sheila has given numerous public talks, taught courses at the National Coaching Institute and is currently teaching courses in Zero Balancing.
In practice Sheila combines physiotherapy with complementary therapies, which include zero balancing, cranio-sacral and myo-fascial techiniques, to address the individual needs of the client. She believes in the treating the whole person to facilitate healing and wellness.