Dr. COLBY LEONG dc

chiropractor / Founder

dr. Leong Grew up in Winnipeg, Manitoba where he completed his Bachelors of Kinesiology at the university of manitoba. While completing His Education, Dr. Leong worked as a strength and conditioning coach Mcdole's Performance Systems; there he had the opportunity to train and rehab individuals from the NHL, CFL, UFC as well as a wide range of athletes from high school to university level.

With the goal to help people recover and perform their best in any pursuit, dr. leong pursued chiropractic school and became a doctor of chiropractic through northwestern health science university. During this time dr. leong had the opportunity to treat Olympians, crossfit games athletes and nfl players while in Minnesota and Ohio.

making calgary home, dr. leong has opened his skills up to numerous amounts of athletes, business professionals and those in the arts. His pursuit, to make proactive care a staple in health and not let pain dictate well being.

 Colby@dynamicyyc.com

Colby@dynamicyyc.com


 Raymond@dynamicyyc.com

Raymond@dynamicyyc.com

Dr. RAYmond San agustin DC

chiropractor / Clinical Director

BOrn and raised calgarian, dr. san agustin started his journey in health his bachelor's of nursing at mount royal university. as a nursing student, he was heavily in yoga, completing his 200 hour ryt and eventually finding crossfit and strength and conditioning. Personal training in the city to the yukon territories, he worked with patients and clients of all walks of life.

struck by passion in health, lifestyle and movement, dr. san agustin went forward to chiropractic school achieving his doctor of chiropractic through palmer chiropractic college west. in the belly of norcal, the birthplace of crossfit, he was able to work with and treat crossfit games athletes, american open weightlifters, international level powerlifters and more

Returning home with a newfound love for geeking out on biomechanics, nutrition, pain science and manual therapy, dr. san agustin is ready to empower his patients of all walks of life to optimize their well being.


BLAIR WILLiaMS MT (2200Hrs)

Massage therapist / Massage Therapy Director

Blair's passion for rehab began in her home town of north bay, on where she worked as a physiotherapy assistant throughout her last years of high school. she then went on to complete a bachelor of science in kinesiology at dalhousie university. during university, Blair was the head student therapist for the women's varsity volleyball team, as well as working basketball, football and track and field events.

While in school, blair also obtained her personal training certification, she has worked with a wide variety of athletes and everyday people looking to move faster, perform better, and come back from injuries stronger. she then went on to find Olympic lifting where she now competes at a provincial level, and later began competing in crossfit after moving to calgary.

her love for human kinetics, and the newfound enjoyment for throwing a barbell around, led blair to purse a diploma in massage therapy at mount royal university. she believes in a hands on, active approach to injury rehab and improving performance

 Blair@dynamicyyc.com

Blair@dynamicyyc.com


 Sam@dynamicyyc.com

Sam@dynamicyyc.com

Sam Warkman MT (2200Hrs)

Massage Therapist

Samantha grew up in Turner Valley, Alberta where she discovered her lifelong love for the outdoors and physical activity through hiking, backpacking, cross-country skiing, rugby, and dance. After competing as a national athlete and coach in competitive skip rope and downhill skiing, Sam decided to pursue her love for optimizing physical performance as a career and moved to Calgary, Alberta where she completed her diploma in Massage Therapy at Mount Royal University.

Currently involved in crossfit and Olympic weightlifting, Sam is eager to continue learning new forms of activity in order to bring further understanding to her patients. She believes strongly in preventative care and as such is passionate about providing massage therapy to help treat current injuries and prevent new ones.