Bonnie Jeng, PT, B.Sc.PT, is a registered physiotherapist with the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario. She is also a Body Harmonics Pilates & Movement teacher. Bonnie has a strong passion and appreciation for working with a spectrum of movement dysfunctions in both able-bodied and injured clients. She specializes in Neurological Physiotherapy, with extensive experience working with various neurological injuries, including stroke, brain injury, spinal cord injury, and multiple sclerosis. Incorporating Pilates & Movement into her physical therapy practice enables Bonnie to promote conscious awareness of the body, and empower people to become better movers.

Understanding the cerebellum and the critical role it plays in movement

Understanding the cerebellum and the critical role it plays in movement What makes the cerebellum so interesting? The cerebellum plays a vital role in coordinating movement, maintaining balance, learning new skills, and fine-tuning motor activity. It is because of this “little brain” that activities like riding a bicycle or swimming become second nature to us.…