AIMEE SUTTON RMT
Aimee has been a RMT since 2008, and owner of "AIM registered massage therapy" since 2014. She Strives to provide the best individualized treatments for each patient’s needs. Focusing on maintenance, body awareness and home-care for injury prevention. She utilizes cupping massage, Swedish/non-Swedish massage and joint mobilization/muscular energy techniques allowing her to treat a wide range of conditions from fibromyalgia, migraines/headaches, whiplash and other soft tissue injuries, to every day muscle pains, & pre/post-natal massage.
Aimee is CIMT (Certified Infant Massage Trainer) Which allows her to provide parents and care givers the tools to help sooth their infants and increase bonding through infant massage.
Aimee was honored to win Guelph Tribune Mercury Best Massage Therapist, Diamond award for 2016 & 2017.
Christina Kingsbury RMT
Christina Kingsbury studied massage therapy at the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy in Cambridge. Believing in a holistic approach to wellness, Christina aims to treat not only areas of acute injury, but the systems in which they occur. This approach includes encouraging clients to participate in their own care through remedial exercise, stress reduction techniques, as well as encouraging mindfulness in an effort to increase client body awareness. Treating a wide range of conditions such as carpal-tunnel, fascial restriction, migraines and headaches, soft tissue injuries, and pre/post-natal massage.
Christina is focused on providing a safe environment in which clients may take time to focus on themselves and their path to wellness.
Leah Glatz LHP
Leah Sunshine Glatz is a wellness professional committed to providing high quality, healing-intentional service. She has been certified as a Kripalu Yoga Instructor since 2005 and a Thai Massage Practitioner since 2015. She enjoys the effect that the synergy of these two holistic health disciplines can offer. Thai Massage/ Thai Yoga Massage, is a bodywork discipline that combines various techniques such as assisted stretches, and deep breathing to create physical relief, deep relaxation, and overall well-being. Thai massage is performed with comfortable clothing on a mat or table, without the use of oils, and can be easily modified to suit the clients’ preferences for pressure and range of flexibility. Leah also offers an hot stone massage using oil and smooth warm stones placed on the skin to deeply relax the muscles while integrating Thai massage techniques for a complete body treatment.
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IMPORTANT: Leah is a Licensed Holistic Practitioner. If you have insurance coverage that includes LHP, or you have a health care spending account you may be able to submit claims for reimbursement. Please check with your provider prior to treatment to confirm coverage.
The CRA will take Thai Massage receipts as part of the yearly total medical expenses.
Eileen Christie RMT
Eileen has been a RMT since 2009 and has worked in multidisciplinary and rehabilitation settings through out her career. Gaining experience and knowledge treating motor vehicle accident cases, WSIB injuries, repetitive strain injuries and sports related injuries. Her practice includes Swedish massage, trigger point therapy, deep tissue massage, pre/post natal massage, lymphatic drainage, cranial/sacral therapy, post-surgical support, lumbar and pelvic fascial release, and cupping massage, as well as a focus on home-care, strengthening exercise and stretching.
Eileen believes in corrective, therapeutic, & maintenance massages to encourage psychological and physical benefits to ease the body, and empower the mind and spirit.
SABRINA THOMPSON RMT
Sabrina received a Bachelors of Science at the University of Guelph, then continued on to purse a degree in massage therapy and graduated as an RMT in early 2018. Since then she strives to create a comfortable environment for her clients and provides excellent treatment for each client under her care. Her approach is one of compassion and understanding. While integrating the science behind the musculoskeletal system to relieve pain. She takes the time to listen to each client and develop a personalized treatment plan. Treating a wide range of conditions including but not limited to chronic back pain, TMJ, carpal tunnel, and pain associated with sciatica. Using a variety of modalities including Swedish/non-Swedish techniques, hot stone massage, and Reiki.