Lisa Woods, RMT,
Osteopathy (Thesis Writer)
Lisa is a graduate of the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy and has been working as an RMT since 2005. She has completed the 5 year program at the Canadian College of Osteopathy in order to further her understanding of the body, and to deliver higher quality treatment to her clients. Through myofascial releases, cranio-sacral techniques, and joint mobilizations, Lisa will work to resolve some of the deeper problems holding you back.
Ben Woods, RMT (Hons.),
Osteopathy (Thesis Writer)
Ben graduated with Honours from the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy, and is furthering his studies at the Canadian College of Osteopathy. He works to help you overcome the barriers holding you back from your optimal health. Ben strives to provide the best possible care by attempting to find your personal balance between symptom management, and resolution of your primary concerns. Through incorporation of techniques for the treatment of soft tissue, fascial (connective tissue), visceral (organ) and joint dysfunctions, Ben can help you find relief from your chronic and acute conditions.
Valerie Siragusa, RMT
Valerie graduated from the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy in 2012. Valerie is pleased to offer relaxation massage, deep tissue, fascial release, and sports massage. With a strong background in athletics, she has a passion to help athletes get back to performing at their highest ability, and keeping them at their best. You can expect to find Val fully certified in Personal Training in the near future.
Kaitlyn Landry, RMT
Kaitlyn is a graduate from the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy, class of 2012. If you are looking to manage your pain, she is able to accommodate your therapeutic needs by using Swedish Massage Techniques, as well as advanced techniques such as deep fascial release and trigger point therapy. Book in with Kaitlyn today to relax and repair!
Rama Raina, RMT
Rama began her practice as an RMT in 2015, providing deep tissue massage, joint mobilizations, and lymphatic drainage. She has been involved in health and fitness since 2002 as a karate instructor, personal trainer, and yoga teacher.
Drew Galpin, B.A. Kinesiology (Hons.) RMT, Osteopathy (present study)
Health, fitness and performance have always been an important part of Drew’s life. This brought him to the field of manual therapy. After playing CIS football for the Golden Hawks and completing his B.A. in Kinesiology at WLU, he began studying Osteopathy at the Canadian College of Osteopathy in Toronto and Massage Therapy at CCMH in Cambridge. Drew has spent time working with a multitude of clients; from those dealing with chronic injuries and pain, to weekend warriors and elite level athletes looking to maximize their performance. His diversity of training in manual therapies (Muscle Energy, Joint Mobilization, IASTM, Cranial-Sacral Therapy, Counterstrain, therapeutic exercise) coupled with an interest in pain science, biomechanics and the neurological system have given him a wide range of assessments and techniques to assist each patient.