About Align for Performance
Align for Performance was founded over ten years ago by Alina Butunoi, one of Ottawa’s most respected massage therapists and personal trainers, and a previous nominee for the Ottawa Business Journal 40 Under 40 business leaders. Alina is also currently a certified Movement Neurology Specialist with Z-Health, a cutting-edge neuro-exercise system that helps people improve their health, alleviate pain and maximize their athletic performance.
Prior to founding Align for Performance, Alina spent many years working in Europe as a physical therapist and rehabilitation specialist – two key practices that form the foundation of our services.
Today, Align has helped thousands of individuals from all walks of life – from elite professional athletes and military personnel, to individuals suffering from traumatic brain injury and chronic pain issues.
At Align, we believe that the best way to improve your health is by focusing on both the physical aspects
of your body, as well as the neurological elements that control the functions of your brain. The goal of any rehabilitation intervention is to re-engage those neural systems rendered dysfunctional from
injury and disuse, not just to fix the broken links.
This unique approach to both the biomechanical and neurological is what separates us from other health providers and is why we have one of the most successful treatment rates in the Ottawa area.
We focus our services on three
We are fully licensed and registered with the College of Massage Therapist of Ontario (CMTO) and an active member of the Registered Massage Therapists Association of Ontario (RMTAO). If you've been injured, we can help with affordable and effective rehabilitation.Learn More
If you suffer from recurring pain issues, we can help through the use of Myoskeletal Alignment Techniques (MAT), an advanced system designed to relieve pain while restoring and realigning the body.Learn More
We are fully certified from Z-Health, a precise, brain-based rehabilitation and high-performance training system specifically designed to bridge the gap between the current biomechanical model and emerging neuroscience.Learn More