Mechanical manipulation of skin, connective tissue and muscles. Sometimes techniques are used to re-train and balance the musculoskeletal system.
Osteopathy is a client-centered discipline that is based on understanding the relationship between structure and function, in order to enhance the body's ability to heal. The therapist thinks like mechanic and treats the body like a machine. It is gentle and extremely effective. Talk to one of our therapists to see if Osteopathy is right for you.
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Kayla is a graduate of the Canadian Academy of Osteopathy, where she earned her Master of Practice in Osteopathic Manual Sciences (M. OMSc). Throughout the 4-year program, Kayla has completed more than 4200 hours of supervised education and 1000 hours of supervised practical training. Kayla is a professional member of the Ontario Osteopathic Association (OOA).
Prior to her Osteopathic journey, Kayla completed her Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology (B.Sc) followed by a Masters in Kinesiology (M.Kin) at Wilfrid Laurier University.
Kayla always knew she wanted to find a career that would align her passion for helping others with her fascination with how the body works. Osteopathy was the perfect fit. Kayla is very passionate about finding the root cause of the issue and is excited to work with you to bring balance back to your body.
Kayla is a graduate of the Canadian Academy of Osteopathy, where she earned her Master of Practic...
Jessica graduated from Mohawk College’s Massage Therapy Program in August of 2017, and she was registered the following February. Since February of 2018 Jessica has been a member in good standing with the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario (CMTO). Jessica is committed to continuing to learn new techniques and expand her knowledge within her field to ensure she offers the best care for her clients.
Jessica primarily uses General Swedish Massage techniques but is also well versed in ultrasound therapy and cupping therapy. Ultrasound Therapy can be beneficial for relieving pain, increasing blood flow, decreasing swelling and inflammation, and it helps promote tissue healing. Cupping therapy can be beneficial for many ailments including but not limited to scar healing, plantar fasciitis, sciatica and decreasing muscle tension.
Jessica loves to work with people from all walks of life and at all different stages of their lives. But she has always had an underlying love for the prenatal and postpartum chapters of life. Shortly after finishing school, Jess took the courses to become a birthing and postpartum doula, but discovered that was not the ideal way for her personally to pursue this branch of passion. However, Jess loves using this knowledge to help guide any of her clients through this new adventure in their lives.
Jessica is hoping to grow her own family one day soon, but for now she enjoys spending time with her husband, three cats (Neville, Luna and Penelope) and their families, especially her nieces and nephew. During her time off Jess has a wide range of interests from trail walks, reading, playing games to watching movies, cooking and baking.
Jessica graduated from Mohawk College’s Massage Therapy Program in August of 2017, and she was re...
RMT since 2008 with experience working along side many healthcare providers, in multiple environments. My experience ranges from Relaxation and Lymphatic Drainage to Deep Tissue and Scar Tissue work. I have training in Cupping Massage and Therapeutic Ultrasound to assist in rehabilitation and pain relief.
RMT since 2008 with experience working along side many healthcare providers, in multiple environ...
Ms. Amber Drover
Amber has been an RMT since 2012. A deep tissue therapist, she enjoys working with clients to help them understand their bodies through education.
Amber has been an RMT since 2012. A deep tissue therapist, she enjoys working with clients to hel...
Holly Lernout graduated from the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy in 2015, and is a member in good standing with the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario.
In addition to traditional Swedish Massage, Holly has pursued additional training in Hot Stone Massage, which is very beneficial to people who suffer from fibromyalgia, osteoarthritis, and other non-immune mediated conditions.
For acute and chronic injuries, Holly is certified to use Low Level Laser (also known as cold laser) therapy and ultrasound therapy, which may help speed up healing, break down or inhibit the formation of non-functional scar tissue, and help with pain.
Holly has also been certified in cupping therapy which may help with scar healing, plantar fasciitis, sciatica and decreasing muscle tension.
In her spare time, Holly loves spending time with her cats, reading, hiking, camping, and traveling whenever the opportunity presents itself.
Holly Lernout graduated from the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy in 2015, and is a m...