Dr. Bryon Weinberg – Chiropractor

Chiropractor, High Point Wellness Centre

Co-director of Athletic Movement Assessment Inc.

Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist

Medical Acupuncture Provider

Active Release Techniques Provider

Dr. Bryon Weinberg is a graduate of the University of Hawaii where he attended on a tennis scholarship, and the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College. In addition, he is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist and co-founder of Athletic Movement Assessment (AMA).

As a chiropractor specializing in sports performance at High Point Wellness Centre, Dr. Weinberg has been able to help athletes from all different sports achieve their goals through treatment, rehabilitation, and pre-habilitation programs.

Dr. Weinberg has worked with numerous amateur and professional athletes, including former top 10 world ranked tennis player Maria Kirilenko, many Toronto Argonauts players, and North American Boxing Association champion Stephan Boyd.

Please check out highpointclinic.com and athleticmovementassessment.com for more information.

Simran Bains – Diving Coach


Simran started diving at the age of 7 and moved into competitive diving by the age of 8. Throughout her diving career she competed at many local competitions and provincials. She then went on to coaching and has her national coaching certification from the NCCP. She teaches the “Learn to Dive” classes at the Etobicoke Diving Club where she first learned to dive and has been working there since 2015.

Tatyana Siroch – Diving Coach

Tatyana_Siroch-199x300Tatyana started diving from the age of 8, continuing through 2006. As an athlete, she was the bronze medalist in the USSR Cup and was a World Masters medalist in England, Canada and the US.  She received her university degree in Physical Culture in 1982 and attended a special training course in Moscow in 1989. She has a long history of coaching diving. She was a national team coach in the USSR  and later the Olympic Coach for Kazakhstan. Three of her divers represented Kazakhstan at three different Olympic Games – in Atlanta in 1996, Sydney in 2000 and in Athens in 2004. She moved to Canada in 1997 and has been coaching diving here for 16 years. She has twice developed divers to become Canadian Junior National Champions and has had silver and bronze medalists during the last five years. She’s been with the GATQUATIC Diving Club since 2009.

Rosemary Muraca, RMT, CR


Rosemary Muraca is a Registered Massage Therapist and a graduate of the 2500 hour Advanced Therapeutic Massage Therapy program from Kikkawa College of Massage Therapists in Toronto, Ontario.  She is a member of the Registered Massage Therapist Association of Ontario and is  Registered with the College of Massage Therapist of Ontario since 1997.  Rosemary is a Certified Reflexologist with the Ontario College of Reflexologist since 2001.  She also specializes in Therapeutic Ultrasound, Low Level Lazer Therapy, and Therastone Massage Therapy for Sports Techniques.  Rosemary is trained in a number of massage techniques including Swedish Massage, Myofacial Release, Trigger Point Therapy, Muscle Energy Techniques, and PNF stretching techniques.  Rosemary has a personal interest in synchronized swimming since her daughter has been a member of OSSC since 2012.  Rosemary enjoys attending competitions with her daughter’s team and helps prepare them reach their goals by treating the athletes and their individual needs. As a massage therapist her goal is to help enhance the well-being of athletes, help optimize their performance, help prevent common injuries and provide relief from physical discomfort. Rosemary began working with the high performance teams in 2015.

Karla Rodriguez


11-12 Novice Team Coach

Yoga Instructor

From Mexican origins but Canadian by choice and living in Toronto since 2007, Karla brings with her 17 years of Synchro Swimming experience as an athlete. As a member of the Mexican National Team A (1997-2001), she achieved the Bronze Medal in the team event at the Winnipeg 1999 Pan Am Games and 10th place in the team event at the preliminary round of the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games. Once her Synchro career as an athlete ended, Karla moved into teaching Yoga and brings with her over 13 years of experience and holds a Yoga Alliance certification. She serves as OSSC’s yoga consultant for summer camps and during the regular season. Karla did have a short tenure as an assistant coach in Mexico where her athletes achieved 1st place in Solo and 2nd place in Duet at the National Championships. She is a certified lifeguard and is working on her NCCP Introduction to Competition level. Karla has decided to continue her development as a coach and share her learnings and experiences with new generations of swimmers.

Jaclyn Tarnoweckyj – Ballet & Flexibility Expert


BFA (Theatre/Dance), ADCSC-CICB,PAEC Full Membership – Ballet, IADA & PAA (Certified Adjudicator)

Jaclyn is an enthusiastic performer, choreographer and dedicated teacher. She began her career in Toronto, Ontario with Sean Boutilier Academy of Dance. Throughout her training at the Academy, she was able to study all genres of dance. She has successfully attained her Cecchetti Advanced I Diploma, as well as her RAD Intermediate Certificate. She has also achieved her teaching certificates where she attains her Cecchetti Associate Diploma from the Cecchetti Society of Canada and her Performing Arts Educators of Canada full membership in Ballet. Jaclyn is as well, a certified adjudicator through International Academy of Dance Adjudicators and Professional Adjudicator’s Alliance. Jaclyn is a graduate of Ryerson Polytechnic University, in Toronto Ontario. There, she received her Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in Dance. She has choreographed many award winning competitive pieces for many studios in Ontario. She had the opportunity to choreograph an award winning routine for Miss Teen Canada, where she was able to win her talent and title as Miss Teen Canada International 2008.  Jaclyn enjoys teaching at Sean Boutilier Academy of Dance. Her passion for dance exceeds limits, and she is able to share her love of dance with others. She began working with OSSC at the 2015’s High Performance Camp and started working with our high performance athletes last season. This season she will take on the ballet and flexibility training for our morning teams.

Glen Steacy – Speed Swimming Coach

Glen is a former college swimmer who has returned to the sport as a coach. He began swimming in London, Ontario at the age of 6 with the London Aquatic Club. He swam at LAC for 13 years, three of them as a National Qualifier. He was Junior National Champion in 1996 in the 1500m free. Glen received a swimming scholarship to St. John’s University in New York City, where he swam in the NCAA Division 1 for four years while studying Business. He was Team Captain in his senior year. Glen began his coaching career with McGill University Masters Swimming, coaching there for four seasons and producing Provincial and National record holders. He was in charge of the program for his last two years, while also serving as the Assistant Coach for the McGill University varsity swim team. He is a certified Level 1 swim coach with the NCCP. Glen is currently entering his third year with Markham Aquatic Club where he has moved into the position of Head Age Group Coach.