Established in 2000, Brooklin Village Massage Therapy has grown from 1 Registered Massage Therapist to 9 Registered Massage Therapists. All have completed a minimum of 2200 hours of extensive training at an approved college of massage and have passed the provincial registration examinations. We offer consultation, assessment and treatment services for a wide range of health conditions.
Massage Therapy is the manipulation of soft tissues which include, muscles, connective tissue, tendons, ligaments and joints. The aim of massage therapy is to develop, maintain, rehabilitate, or enhance physical function of the soft tissues in order to decrease pain and adhesions, improving the well being of the client.
The goal of your first few massages will be to begin pain relief, reduce tension and sedate stressed nerves. Your first visit will not solve your problems, but will start the process, as well as provide you with an overall sense of well being. Following your first visits, and once your condition is relieved, your massage will focus on the underlying cause of your symptoms, and the strengthening of the tissues surrounding the problem area in order to prevent the return of your previous condition.Book Online
HST is included in all of our massage rates. Most employee benefit packages cover Massage Therapy, which can often be billed directly with the insurance company. Check your coverage today!
Massage therapy can be effective for a variety of conditions, including arthritis, motor vehicle accident recovery, lower back pain, insomnia, headaches, anxiety, circulatory problems, and recovery from a sports injury
Kauri has been practicing massage therapy since August 2000 when she founded Brooklin Village Massage Therapy. Her philosophy has always been, to have clients feeling much better leaving her doorway than they did when they came through it. Happy clients are her motivator. She uses a consultative process throughout the treatment as only the client knows what they feel as far as pressure and discomfort. She will work together with the client to alleviate discomfort which should help them to feel their best.
Sara graduated from the Centennial College three year program as a Registered Massage Therapist in 2002 and has been a practicing therapist for the past 12 years. She subsequently completed a post graduate diploma in rehabilitation massage with honors. She has been an active member of the College of Massage Therapist of Ontario and the Registered Massage Therapists Association of Ontario since 2002. Sara continues to be passionate about her vocation as an RMT. She is committed to helping her clients with their unique pain, stress and discomfort to re-energize their bodies through various massage techniques. Her continuing education allows her to integrate these techniques and modalities into her treatment plans. Sara is a proven professional who can help clients with everyday strain due to the activities of daily living, new and recurring injuries, chronic pain, prenatal stress or just to relax. She loves a challenge!
My journey to becoming a RMT began as a youth, growing up in Port Perry. My passion for sport led me to pursue a Specialized Honours BA in Kinesiology and Health Science from York University and graduated in 1998. The knowledge gained in anatomy and physiology only furthered my interest in health, fitness and the powerful ability of the human body to heal itself naturally. In 2000, I graduated from the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy on the Dean's list. I believe in tailoring a massage towards the individual needs of each client by using the fundamental modalities within Swedish massage to get the best results possible. I have taken courses in deep tissue work, sports massage and pre and post natal massage as well as infant massage.
I have been with Brooklin Village Massage Therapy Clinic since February 2009 and enjoy working with the talented staff and friendly clientele in this small community. Outside of massage therapy, I continue to be involved in sport, enjoy travel and spending time with family and friends.
Jeanette is a graduate of both York University and Sutherland-Chan Massage Therapy and Teaching Clinic.
Jeanette has been practising massage therapy since the fall of 1997 and has previously worked in 3 Chiropractic Clinics and Massage Therapy Clinics; a multi-disciplinary Medical Health and Sports Clinic and a Physiotherapy Rehab Clinic, as well as in a Salon and Spa setting.
She has additional training in geothermalhydrotherapy (Hot Stone Massage), whiplash and the neck, lower back and the hip, comprehensive approch to soft tissue manipulation, soft tissue release, acupressure, knee dysfunctions and has taught infant massage classes at the St. Joesph's Health Centre in Toronto.
Being a RMT is a lifelong dream come true for me. My background in customer service has certainly helped me in being more attentive to clients needs.
I have been fortunate enough to work with diverse groups of people. Through my experience in hospital outreaches, working at a gym, a spa and corporate environments, I have gained more knowledge and ability to work with a variety of conditions.
During my treatments I like to focus on decreasing fascial restrictions, releasing tension in muscles, working on maintaining good blood circulation throughout the body and decreasing pain. One of my goals as a RMT is to help people become aware of their bodies, educate them on how they can heal while offering individual care, encouragement and support.
I joined this amazing group in June 2010 and I look forward to being a part of its continued success.
When I embarked on a change of careers, I was looking for a field in which I would be able to help others to reduce and manage their pain, while increasing their sense of well being. This desire motivated me to choose massage therapy. Before becoming a Registered Massage Therapist, I worked as a laboratory technologist in a busy hospital environment. It was there that I witnessed firsthand a lot of pain, suffering and anxiety experienced by people coping with the various conditions that brought them there. There is so much potential for stress in the fast-paced world we live in. Massage therapy equipped me with the ability to offer care and comfort to those who need it. I believe massage therapy is an integral part of a health and wellness regime. I find it extremely rewarding to work one-on-one with clients; working together to create a strategy for pain management, while assisting in their journey of recovery and striving towards the best possible outcome.
Aaron Cases is a graduate of the Centennial College Massage Therapy Program. His focus as a Registered Massage Therapist is to improve the quality of life for his clients using the techniques that he has learned from various outreaches and clinics that he has attended. Aaron is passionate about massage therapy and the benefits that this therapy brings for his clients. He believes that massage therapy is an integral part of a person's well being, and is committed to bringing relaxation and rehabilitation to his clients.
Mark graduated from Sutherland Chan Massage School and Clinic where he focused on pregnancy treatments and overall joint health using mobilization techniques. In the past year Mark has seen great success in treating shoulder injuries and ailments, diminishing chronic pain and head aches caused by "desk posture" and sports related injuries. He is a multi-instrument musician and is well versed in treating music related muscle issues. Marks clientele receive specialised and custom care based on the individuals needs and requirements. Everyday and every client is different and so their treatment should be as well.
In a previous career I spent my days sitting at a desk doing computer aided drafting (AutoCAD) after
completing an Architectural Technology Diploma program and an AutoCAD certificate at St. Clair College
of Applied Arts & Technology in Windsor.
After having my first professional massage as a college student I developed an interest in the profession.
I loved the soothing atmosphere and the life supporting nature of the environment.
Eventually I decided to become a RMT and attended Sutherland-Chan School & Teaching Clinic in Toronto. Upon graduating in 2003 I began working at The Adelaide Club Spa and spent much time treating various musculoskeletal and postural conditions in clients that sit at a desk all day. My previous computer experience gave me firsthand knowledge of the physical challenges associated with a sedentary job. In 2008 I completed the Dr. Vodder certification for Manual Lymphatic Drainage (MLD) and Combined Decongestive Treatment (CDT) and continue to re-certify every 2 years to keep current by learning about the newest developments/research in the field.
MLD is a gentle, non-invasive manual skin technique that assists lymph flow and aids in the drainage of body tissues. It is helpful in treating conditions such as primary and secondary lymphedema (resulting from past injuries or cancer treatments), non-infected inflammatory conditions (sprains & strains), sport injuries, burns, dermatological conditions, circulatory disturbances, and pre/post plastic surgery. I am a member, in good standing, of the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario, the Registered Massage Therapists Association of Ontario, and the Lymphedema Association of Ontario.
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