I always knew growing up that I wanted to learn about the body. I was fascinated with what humans are physically capable of and how the body could adapt to different requirements. I graduated from UWO with a kinesiology degree and continued on to Sutherland-Chan School of Massage Therapy for manual therapy training which included clinical placements in sports, palliative, seniors, pregnancy, and stroke recovery settings.
Being able to focus on a patient and uncover the steps needed to work towards their goals are what I enjoy most about being an RMT. I use a range of assessment and massage techniques to care for every person and do not rely solely on deep pressure. I am a big believer in movement and will incorporate it into my treatments as well as the self care afterwards.
On my time off, you can find me exploring the outdoors through hiking, running, and cycling. Physical activity is a huge part of what gives me joy, so I always aim to do my best to help others feel and move better as well.
When not at the clinic I can be found rolling and crawling on mats, swinging kettlebells and doing my best prize fighter impression on the heavy bag. I am a lifelong lover of movement and athletics and am eager to share my passion for a holistic approach to health with others.