Guy Voyer Bio

"You are your own best therapist."


  • Osteopath
  • Teacher
  • Trainer
  • Manual Etiotherapist

What is ELDOA?Biography

Guy VOYER, DO is a pioneer of osteopathic medicine and the developer of SomaTraining, SomaTherapy and ELDOA™. He is one of the rare osteopaths who has mastered and treats fascia, and his patients travel from far and wide to receive his life-changing treatments.

Born in Paris, Guy VOYER, DO has been traveling the world since he was six months old. Throughout his childhood, his family moved every two years due to the demands of his father’s profession, and these frequent moves helped him develop his ability to adapt and make friends throughout France and around the world.

At the age of eight, he would draw models of gymnasiums where he dreamed of becoming a great therapist, physiotherapist and sports trainer.

He held onto that ambition throughout his youth and university years, and eventually worked as a physical education Teacher and then a physiotherapist with several medical specializations, including sports medicine, traumatology, psychological medicine, physical medicine and manual therapy. However, it was in osteopathy and his research in training techniques that he found his true passion. After his osteopathic studies, he concentrated his research on the understanding and treatment of fascia. To reach this goal, he has done extensive research in dissection and methodology, creating the revolutionary ELDOA™ and Myofascial Stretching Methods. He has also holds a Ph.D. in educational science.


Specialties in Medicine

  • CES of Sports Biology and Medicine of the Marseille Faculty of Medicine (1981).
  • University Diploma in Sports Traumatology from the Marseille Faculty of Medicine (1983)
  • Inter-university Diploma in Manual and Orthopedic Medicine from the Faculty of Medicine of Marseille (1989).
  • University diploma from the Faculty of Medicine of Marseille in Locomotor Pathology linked to the practice of Sport (1990).
  • Diploma from the University of Legal Reparation and Personal Injury (1991).
  • University degree Physiopathology applied to physical exercise (1992).
  • Capacity in Hydrology and Medical Climatology – Marseille Faculty of Medicine (1993).
  • 4-year Residency in Medicine at the Functional Rehabilitation Center of Valmante (Marseille) from 1982 to 1986.
  • Consultant at the Regional Sports Medicine Center (PACA) from 1982 to 1984.Lecturer at the Faculty of Medicine of Marseille (Hydrology and medical climatology) from 1993 to 1996.

Osteopath Background


  • Osteopathy practice at the Borromées residence (Marseille) from 1976 to 1988.
  • Osteopathy practice at the Deltaccord SA center (Marseille) from 1986 to 1997.
  • Osteopathic practice at the Intu Motion clinic in Kingston – Ontario – from 1997 to 2005.
  • Osteopathy practice at the Physio 2000 clinic in Montreal – Quebec – from 1998 to 2009.
  • opathic practice in rue Cambon (Paris) – from 1998 to 2009.
  • Osteopathic practice at Heart Lake Sport Medicine and Orthopedic Clinic in Brampton – Ontario – from 2003 to 2007.
  • Periodic consultations in various parts of the world (USA, Canada, West Indies, Jamaica, Belgium, Italy, Morocco, Malaysia, Singapore, Poland,…) during conference services for more than 30 years.
  • Member of several osteopathic registries (Register of Osteopaths of Canada, Association of Osteopaths of Quebec, National Register of Osteopaths of France, Federal European Register of Osteopaths, Member of the National Chamber of Osteopaths).


  • Osteopath DO from Ministerial Training College – Sheffield (1974).
  • Graduated from the Academy of Applied Sciences for work in Osteopathy and Physical Medicine (1980).
  • Former student of MTA (Robert Bénichou) from 1978 to 1980.
  • Former student of the European School of Osteopathy – Maidstone (GB) from 1978 to 1982.
  • DO (Distinction) from the Chartered Society of Homeopathic and Natural Therapeutics (1882).
  • nter-university Diploma in Manual and Orthopedic Medicine from the Faculty of Medicine of Marseille (1989).
  • Ostéopath DO from the College of Osteopathic Studies – Montreal (1999).
  • Osteopath DO from the Sutherland Academy – Montreal (2001).

Teaching & Research

  • Educational Director of the College of Superior Studies in Somatotherapy and Manual Therapeutics in Montreal and Quebec since 1997.
  • Adjunct professor at Sheridan College in Toronto in 2001.
  • Lecturer at the CEO of Montreal, at the CCO of Toronto and at the DOK of Munich from 1994 to 2000.
  • Educational director of the Sutherland Academies of Toronto, Vancouver, Montreal, Quebec and Marseille since 2000.
  • Educational Director at the Sutherland Institute in Toronto from 2002 to 2003.
  • Director of studies and research on fasciae at ESHF (European School in Health and Fitness) n ° 93-130-676-613 from 1984 to 2002.
  • Lecturer in Fascia Dissection at the Faculty of Medicine in Kingston, Ontario, Canada (sponsored by Intu Motion) since 2003.

Specific Exercise & Trainingaa

  • CP Professor DE (Health & Fitness teacher) -1974.
  • Masters in Dietetics and Nutrition – 1975.
  • Masso-Physiotherapist DE – 1976.
  • Registered in DEA in Physical Education at the UFR-STAPS of Poitiers.
  • Doctor of Physical Education (London College of Applied Sciences) – 1981.
  • Holder of the Borromean Rehabilitation Cabinet from 1977 to 1983.
  • In charge of rehabilitation and functional rehabilitation at the Dietetic Clinic of La Chenaie from 1981 to 1984.
  • Owner, manager and service provider at Club Omnisports Montgrand from 1978 to 1986.
  • President of the French Federation of Physical Culture since 1984.
  • Educational director of PARAMED (n ° 93-130-531-813) from 1987 to 2001.
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