Born in Paris, Guy Voyer has been traveling the world since he was six months old. Throughout his childhood, his family moved every two years due to the demands of his father’s profession. These frequent moves did not have a negative effect on him but rather helped him develop his ability to adapt and make friends throughout France and around the world. At the age of eight, he would draw models of gymnasiums where he dreamed of becoming a great therapist, physiotherapist and sports trainer.

His dream came true: he has worked as a Phys. Ed. teacher, physiotherapist, with several medical specialization such as sports medicine, traumatology, psychological medicine, physical medicine and manual therapy. However, it was in Osteopathy and training techniques research that he found his true passion.

After his osteopathic studies, he concentrated his research on the understanding and treatment of fasciae. To reach this goal, he has done extensive research in dissection and methodology (ELDOA, MFS, 2TLS, etc.). He has also studied the art of teaching and received a Ph.D. in educational science.

Today he is one of the rare osteopaths who masters and treats fasciae.


Have you studied many medical specializations?

C.E.S. in Biology and Sports Medicine
at the Marseille Faculty of Medicine (1981)

University Diploma in Sports Trauma,
Marseille Faculty of Medicine (1983)

Inter-University Diploma in Manual and 
Orthopedic Medicine, Marseille Faculty of Medicine (1989)

Diploma from the University of Marseille Faculty
of Medicine in Locomotor Pathology related to sports (1990)

University diploma in Judicial Compensation
and Award for Bodily Injury (1991)

University Diploma in Physio-Pathology
as applied to Physical Exercise (1992)

Capacity in Hydrology and Medical Climatology,
Marseille Faculty of Medicine (1993)

Medical residence at the Valmante Functional
Reeducation Centre (Marseille – 1982 to 1986)

Responsible for treatment at the Regional
Sports Medicine Centre (PACA) (1982 to 1984)

Lecturer at the Marseille Faculty of Medicine
(Medical Hydrology and Climatology) (1993 to 1996)


What has your career path been as an Osteopath?


Osteopathic Office at the Résidence des
Borromées, Marseille (1976 to 1988)

Osteopathic Office at the Center
Deltaccord SA, Marseille (1986 to 1997)

Osteopathic Office and the INTUMotion
Clinic, Kingston, Ontario (since 1997)

Osteopathic Office at the Clinique Physio

2000 in Montreal, Québec (since 2000)

Osteopathic Office at the Total Balance

Center, Oakville, Ontario (since 2001)

Osteopathic Office on rue
Cambon, Paris (since 2001)

Osteopathic Office at the HeartLake
Orthopedic and Sports Medicine Clinic, Brampton, Ontario (since 2003)

Periodic consultations in various parts
of the world (USA, England, Australia, Canada,
West Indies, Jamaica, Belgium, Italy, Morocco,
Malaysia, Singapore, Poland, etc.) and during
conferences for over thirty years

Member of several Osteopathic Associations
(The Osteopathic Register of Canada, The
Osteopathic Association of Quebec, Register
National des Osthéopathes de France, The
Federal European Register of Osteopaths)


Osteopath DO, Ministerial Training
College, Sheffield (1974)

Diploma from the Academy of Applied
Sciences for work in Osteopathy and 
physical medicine (1980)

Former MTA student (Robert Bénichou) (1978 to 1980)

Former student of The European School
of Osteopathy, Maidstone (G.B.) (1978 to 1982)

DO (Distinction) of the Chartered Society
of Homeopathic and Natural Therapies (1982)

Inter-University Diploma in Manual and 
Orthopedic Medicine from the University of
Marseilles Faculty of Medicine (1989)

Osteopath DO from the Collège D’Etudes
Ostéopathiques, Montreal (1999)

Osteopath DO from the Académie
Sutherland, Montreal (2001)

Teaching & Research

Director, Collège d’Etudes Supérieures
en Somatothérapie et Thérapeutiques
Manuelle, Montreal and Quebec City (since 1997)

Teacher, CEO Montreal; CCO in Toronto;
and DOK in Munich (1994 to 2000)

Student Teaching Director at the Toronto,
Montréal and Marseille Sutherland
Academies (since 2000)

Student Teaching Director at the
Sutherland Institute, Toronto (2002 to 2003)

Director of Study and Research of the
Fascia at the ESHF (European School
in Health and Fitness) N° 93-130-676-613
(1984 to 2002)

Teacher of Fascial Dissection at the
Anatomy Department, Queen’s University,
Kingston, Ontario (sponsored by INTUMotion)

What specific training did you receive regarding exercise and training? 
Here is a list of my paramedical and fitness activities:

Professor of CP and fitness DE (1974)

Masters in Diet and Nutrition (1975)

Masso-kinesitherapist DE (1976)

Registered as DEA of Physical Education
at UFR-STAPS, Poitiers

Doctor of Physical Education
(London College of Applied Sciences) (1981)

Director of the Borromées Physical
Reeducation Center (1977 to 1983)

In charge of Functional Reeducation
and Physical Rehabilitation at the
Chenaie Diet Clinic (1981 to 1984)

Owner-Manager and Service Provider
of the Montgrand Omnisport Club (1978 to 1986)

President of the French Physical
Training Federation (since 1984)

Student Teaching Director of PARAMED
(N° 93-130-531-813) (1987 to 2001)