The benefits of receiving treatment from a registered massage therapist are numerous. Whether you’re looking to reduce stress, reach peak performance, or relieve chronic pain from a large number of conditions, massage therapy may be able to help you. Massage therapy is beneficial to all ages, from newborns to seniors and through all the life stages in between. It can be effective in treating both acute and chronic conditions.

Massage therapy can be an important part of your health maintenance plan by reducing or eliminating pain, increasing range of motion, circulation and lymphatic drainage, reducing muscle tension and increasing body awareness. It has also been shown to reduce depression and anxiety.

Massage can help reduce pain and other negative effects from a number of conditions, including, but certainly not limited to:

Anxiety and depression

Asthma and Emphysema

Back, leg, and neck pain

Cancer symptoms and the effects of cancer treatments

Repetitive strain i.e. carpal tunnel syndrome

Chronic Fatigue syndrome



Fractures and edema

Gastrointestinal disorders


Inflammatory conditions such as arthritis, bursitis & tendinitis


Kyphosis and Scoliosis

Multiple sclerosis

Parkinson’s disease

Muscle tension and spasm

Palliative care

Post-surgical rehabilitation

Pregnancy and labour support

Sports injuries

Strains and sprains

Stress and stress related conditions


Scars from surgery or injury


I graduated from the 3 year massage therapy program at Algonquin College with honours and have continued my learning since then by taking a number of courses related to different techniques and conditions, including myofascial release, craniosacral therapy and oncology massage and pediatric oncology massage. I have also taken courses about palliative care.

My treatments are focused on the outcomes that clients want to achieve and I use whichever techniques are most appropriate to reach those goals.

If you are wondering what massage therapy can do for you, or if you have any questions about massage therapy feel free to e-mail me at

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