Linda Boryski | Founder, CEO of Saskatoon PhysioYoga

Linda Boryski | Founder, CEO

A licensed Physical Therapist from the University of Saskatchewan, Linda Boryski spent time working within the public health system before finding her groove in outpatient orthopedics and private practice. Throughout her career, Linda continues to enhance her skills with post graduate courses in manual therapy, exercise prescription, strength and conditioning.

Most recently, she completed her Professional Yoga Therapy Certificate, becoming one of only a handful of Canadians who have graduated from the program.  Combined with a Physical Therapy Degree, this yoga therapy training is over 12,000 hours. 

Linda applies a unique blend of western evidence based medicine and ancient health practices.  She embraces the opportunity to promote health, wellness and disease prevention through exercise, stress management, diet and other healthy lifestyle choices. 

During her studies in Physical Therapy, Linda played for the University of Saskatchewan Huskies Women's Hockey Team.  Today she continues to teach power skating to Saskatoon's hockey and ringette players. 

Linda is living her dream in Saskatoon and Pratt Lake with her husband, Seann, their two dogs (Trio and Sammie) and stays active with yoga, biking, ball hockey, cross country skiing, golf, kayaking and paddle boarding.

 Jaret Piller | Physical Therapist at Saskatoon PhysioYoga

Jaret Piller | Physical Therapist

A licensed Physiotherapist in the Province of Saskatchewan, Jaret Piller joins SPY after working in a busy private physiotherapy practice. He completed his Masters of Physical Therapy at the University of Saskatchewan in 2014, during which time he served as co-president of the Physical Therapy Students Society. Prior to entering the School of Physical Therapy he completed a Bachelor of Science with High Honours in Biochemistry at the University of Saskatchewan, where he had a portion of his research as an undergraduate published in the Journal of Peptide Science. He also received an Undergraduate Student Research Award from the National Science and Engineering Research Council.

Since entering physical therapy practice, Jaret has pursued further education in manual and manipulative therapy, Medical Yoga Therapy and nervous system mobilization. He continues to pursue further education to ensure he brings the best possible quality of care to his patients. He is a member of the Saskatchewan and Canadian Physiotherapy Associations and a member of the Orthopaedic Division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association.

Jaret brings a client centred focus and a results driven approach to treatment and prevention of injury. Drawing on his education and on experience gained through travel, work and sport, he creates an individualized approach to assessment and treatment planning.  

All of this to help people like you connect the various aspects of health and wellness through rehabilitation and injury prevention.