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Brett J. Wade, PhD, PT
E-RYT 500

Physiotherapist, Teacher, Writer, Student

About me

My name is Brett J. Wade

My professional life as a physiotherapist started in 1995.  I graduated from the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, BC with a B.Sc. PT.  I spent the next few years traveling and working in the United States.  My passion for learning grew and I entered into a Master's program in physical therapy at Andrews University in Berrien Springs, Michigan.  I became fascinated with the treatment of chronic diseases and began to realize that there was more to healing than just the application of techniques.  I completed a PhD in Health Sciences from Rutgers University in 2012.  My research examined for relationships with the environment and health.  

My research led me to an understanding of how invisible waves (electromagnetic energy) had many effects on the human body.  I wrote a book called "Ekahi Method: Master the Waves of Life".  It was published in 2014 and I embarked on a tour with book explaining how people's energy affected all their relationships and health.  The book proved to be popular and people really resonated with the idea that their "Base Frequency" was affecting everything in their life.  Later that year, my wife and I opened the Ekahi Center for Yoga and Mindfulness.  We wanted a place where people could experience the healing benefits of yoga and meditation. 

 

Currently, I am a full time professor at Okanagan College in Kelowna, BC.  I also treat patients with chronic pain issues a couple of evenings a week. I continue to teach yoga and meditation. 

 

My passions include running, triathlons, hiking, camping, yoga, and of course...meditation :)

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The Vlog

This is my weekly...ish updates on my progress towards daily self-improvement, training, and what I have been up to when I am trying to avoid "Chewin' Glass."  

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