The Writers

Adina Siperman is a freelance writer. Her works have been published in both magazines and literary journals. As someone whose job is to sit in a chair all day, she understands the importance of ergonomic furniture. She lives in Mexico City, Mexico.



Emma Cunningham is a STOTT PILATES Certified Instructor in Mat, Reformer, Cadillac, Chair, Barrels, and Injuries and Special Populations. She specializes in post-rehabilitation and athletic performance improvement and works out of The Performance Health Centre in Toronto, Ontario. She is also the creator of Jump Rope Pilates circuit training.



Inga Breede is a graduate of Ryerson’s Radio & Television Arts Program. She currently works as a Jr. Producer at Astral Media, while also pursuing her passions for writing and acting. You can find her performing at Second City where she is presently enrolled in the Conservatory Program, or in various Toronto venues where she performs sketch comedy with her troupe, Shoeless. Her work has been published in The Eyeopener, Astralité, and


After completing a degree in History from the University of Western Ontario, Jeff Borsato began working as an Adjudicator with the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board of Ontario in 2000. He has spent the last eight years on the frontlines of workplace injury and illness, having case-managed for a diverse set of industries from plastic manufacturers to automotive plants across Ontario. Jeff has written extensively on issues related to workplace safety for the WSIB’s staff publication, Across the Board.

Jennifer Berube is a freelance writer based in Victoria, BC. She worked for an ergonomic seating company, where she conceived the idea for this publication and has written on a number of health topics. She is currently a regular contributor to eHow, Zouch Magazine and Miscellany, and Suite101. She also has her own blog



Lorette C. Luzajic is an independent artist and writer in Toronto, Ontario. She is a graduate of Ryerson University’s School of Journalism. She is the author of six books, including Dendrite Pandemonium, Goodbye, Billie Jean: the Meaning of Michael Jackson, and the forthcoming Fascinating Writers: twenty five unusual lives, all available here on Amazon (

She has written about meat, Michael Jackson, fascinating people, and life as a bipolar artist. More recently, she has become an advocate of freedom of expression, the most fundamental of human rights. Through her new creativity portal, at, she tithes ten percent of her product proceeds to artists and writers in peril.


Melissa Lucas moved to Toronto four years ago to pursue a career in public relations. She is employed at Point Blank Communications where she writes about current housing market trends. She also contributes regularly to online music magazine and fashion blog

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