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Meet Your Physiotherapist
Anita Lambert

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Anita Lambert,PT, MScPT, BKin(Hon)

Registered Physiotherapist

(Perinatal, Pelvic Health & Orthopaedic)

Owner of Holistic Health Physiotherapy

Creator of the Bump to Birth Method

Cohost of the To Birth & Beyond Podcast

Anita is the co-host of the popular

To Birth & Beyond podcast with over 1.2 million downloads.

Check out over 300 episodes here.

Nice to meet you!

My guess is that a trusted friend, family member, doctor or midwife recommended pelvic health physiotherapy or your intuition told you that there must be a way to prevent or heal conditions related to pregnancy, birth or beyond. Whatever path brought you here, I'm really glad you've come.

Whether you're thinking of becoming pregnant, currently pregnant, a new or seasoned mom or looking to regain confidence in your core and body, I want you to feel hopeful about this journey to become more knowledgeable about how to reach your health goals.

Having gone through pregnancy, childbirth and postpartum recovery twice, I bet we share a lot in common. There are so many conflicting opinions on 'what's too much or too little exercise' or even what type of exercise is safe and effective. We worry if the many uninvited symptoms such as leaking urine, prolapse, diastasis and pelvic pain are normal or where to turn for guidance to maintain our health while trying to conceive, grow, birth and raise a little human being. 


My practice is focused on guiding you to prevent, manage, reduce or resolve physical symptoms that are common during pregnancy or postpartum while staying active and doing exercise YOU enjoy. This will ultimately help you become stronger and more confident in your body more than ever!

I believe you deserve a support system that will work together to help you attain and live the life you want. I'm happy to work together with your doctor, midwife, and other health professionals such as naturopathic doctor, chiropractor, massage therapist, osteopath and psychologist. If you don't have a team surrounding you, I'd be happy to recommend a village of support that is specific to your needs and goals.

Learn to trust your body again and work with it rather then ignoring it. Thank you for allowing me on your journey.

With grace and gratitude,


Anita Lambert, PT, MSc (PT), BKin (Hon), NCPT

Owner of Holistic Health Physiotherapy

Anita is a  Registered Physiotherapist (Pelvic Health and Orthopaedic) with a focus on women's health, specifically  prenatal and postpartum care as well as a Clinical Pilates Instructor and Certified in Acupuncture. She graduated from McMaster University with an Honours Bachelor of Kinesiology and a Masters of Science in Physiotherapy in 2009.


Anita is one of the few physiotherapists in Canada to have completed physiodoula training which blends physiotherapy expertise with birth doula support and now teaches a clinical birth prep course to other physiotherapists across Canada and the US and coaches perinatal pelvic health physiotherapists internationally.

Anita is passionate about helping pregnant clients connect more with their body including pelvic floor plus keep you active and comfortable during pregnancy while you prepare for birth which will give you a head start on your postpartum recovery. She enjoys helping postpartum clients navigate their recovery and return to activities they love including exercise, sports and dance without pain and pelvic floor symptoms.


No one can guarantee how your birth will go however having worked with hundreds of expecting moms in her physiotherapy practice and going through her own two pregnancy, birth and postpartum experiences, Anita has seen how working together with your body (rather then ignoring it) benefits not only you in pregnancy but also during birth and your postpartum recovery.

This led her to opening Holistic Health Physiotherapy, creating her Bump to Birth Method online program and cohosting the To Birth & Beyond Podcast.

Growing up as a ballet dancer and athlete, Anita was always fascinated with how the body moved and healed. Her love for sport led her to become the team therapist for the McMaster University women’s rugby and basketball teams.


She completed her Pilates rehab training during her final physiotherapy clinical placement in Brisbane, Australia alongside working with semi-professional ballet dancers and brought this knowledge back to Toronto to start off her physiotherapy career including becoming an on-site physiotherapist for Canada’s Ballet Jorgen.

Outside of work, you can find Anita practicing yoga or Pilates, strength training or enjoying the outdoors and spending quality time with her husband and energetic 8 year old daughter and 5 year old son.

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