Olympian, Chiropractic Doctor, Head Coach & Co-Founder
Josh Binstock is an accomplished athlete and Chiropractic Clinician who specializes in volleyball-related therapy. Along with several FIVB and NORCECA international podium ﬁnishes, he is a two-time Olympian who represented Canada at the London 2012 and Rio 2016 Olympic games, in addition to the 2015 Pan American games in Toronto. Binstock has also won several national titles at the youth and senior levels.
Josh is passionate about helping student athletes maximize their development through the lessons he learned from his journey on the Provincial Indoor team to the Junior National Indoor team to the Canadian Olympic Team. He also graduated from the University of Toronto with a degree in Kinesiology, while winning 3 out of 4 OUA Provincial Championships.
He has developed a mindset and mental training program called The Binstock Angle Olympic Mental Training Program to enhance the athlete’s mental toughness, athletic IQ and performance by providing individually tailored strategies, which will empower them to achieve consistent peak performance with focus, conﬁdence, and poise. He provides insight on how maintain an optimistic mindset in times of struggle and doubt, goal setting, managing academic and athletic loads, how to execute and succeed under pressure, using setbacks and adversity to cultivate resilience and the importance of mind/body health.
Josh is also a speaker at schools, businesses, and organizations. He is now involved with the FIVB as a member of the FIVB Athletes’ Commission, receiving the highest number of votes in the Beach Volleyball Male category.
London 2012 and Rio 2016 Olympian
FIVB Gold and Silver Medallist
Provincial and National Beach Volleyball Champion
Vancouver Open Champion
Naturopathic Doctor, Head Coach & Co-Founder
Dr. Tori Cowley Received her Honours Bachelor of Science from Wilfrid Laurier University. She went on to pursue her Medical Degree from the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine. Dr. Cowley travels the world internationally representing Canada in Beach Volleyball on the International World Tour.
Coach Tori played club volleyball with Peel Selects, Team Ontario Beach and Varsity volleyball at Wilfrid Laurier University. She has competed for Canada on the International Beach volleyball stage for years including: at the U21 World Championships, FIVB world tour events, NORCECA tour and FISU World University Games.
In 2015 she was a Canadian National beach volleyball Champion. Coach Tori is also a Naturopathic Doctor which is beneﬁcial for her team athletes! She has coached club volleyball for 10 years on the beach and indoor and has worked with a wide array of athletes and age groups. In October of 2019, Tori was part of Canada’s ﬁrst ever
4 on 4 beach volleyball team to bring home a bronze medal from Qatar
at the ANOC World Beach Games.
National Beach Volleyball Champion
Norceca Beach Volleyball Bronze Medallist
ANOC World Beach Games 4v4 Bronze Medallist
"I just went grocery shopping with my daughter and she was looking at labels and explaining why some choices were better than others and pulled out a recipe she and Tori talked about to get the ingredients. I absolutely LOVE IT!"
"My daughter had a great time at your camp and for the first time actually learned something! I was going to ask if you would consider doing weekly camps next year."
"My daughter had THE BEST time at your camp this week. She felt like she learned so much!"
"We saw great improvement this weekend at Provincials and it was exciting to see them in action. The girls loved the full day with all the added pieces (video analysis, nutrition) and definitely will be back next year. My daughter's exact words last night after an exhausting day was, "Do you think Josh and Tori will run their Academy next year?" I would say she loved it."
-13U and 15U Athlete
"Thank you for taking the time to teach the girls that it's about so much more than just the tournament day. My daughter actually started to eat more vegetables almost a week before Provincials!"
"I watched my son play on the weekend and was able to see that he greatly improved after just two weeks of camp."