Massage Therapy has been my rewarding profession for the past 20 years. I received my qualifications in therapeutic massage in 1996. My training is a clinical based program followed by successful rigorous clinical board testing & examinations which qualifies as a regulated health professional RMT in Canada. The training emphasizes on extensive knowledge in muscular conditions, sports injuries, anatomy, pathology, the muscular & nervous system.
I cater to clients of all ages including teenagers, adults and seniors.
Services include a variety of massage techniques that are designed to relieve pain & stress related conditions while improving movement & flexibility from
muscle related complaints. My experienced background also includes working with athletes at all levels from professional to the weekend warrior type ranging from hockey & basketball players
to cyclists, runners and triathletes.
My special interests includes therapeutic massage, trigger point therapy, chronic neck, back, shoulder pain, scoliosis, sciatica, massage for
runners & triathletes/injury prevention, pregnancy & post-partum massage, relaxation massage for stress related conditions including burnout symptoms & holistic
For the past 28 years, i have been practicing meditation on a daily basis and have developed a special interest in the healing arts. I have been trained as a sound healer since 2008 with two international world class sound healers Tom Kenyon (Psychotherapist), in Seattle, Washington and Shanti Shivani (Master Nada Yoga expert), in San Francisco. I practice sound healing often, as a powerful meditation for myself, and offer one-on-one sound healing meditation sessions with quartz singing bowls. I am also a Reiki practitioner and integrate this gentle subtle energy with clients at times, who need more than a therapeutic massage to relax them. Reiki benefits conditions such as anxiety, depression, and emotional conditions surrounding a broken heart.
I understand that every client is unique and will listen well to personalize each treatment to meet individual needs.
In my experience with North America, massage therapy is an active form of health maintenance. My goal while living in Europe is to promote that massage is not just a luxury but a necessity for good care. Massage therapy strengthens the immune system, rejuvenates the mind and nervous system, re-energizes the body, reduces stress and muscle pain, improves circulation, movement, and posture.
I am looking forward in helping you feel your best!