I am an ambitious and inquisitive person who has a passion for science, health and helping others. My differential advantage is my enthusiastic admiration of anatomy and physiology as well as linking how posture, illness and activity can affect them. If I do not understand why something is the way it is I enjoy researching and learning the answer.
My interest in massage therapy began while researching health treatments that do not depend on the use of medication to relieve pain; I learned that massage therapy has been proven effective and does so by enhancing existing body processes. While I recognize that medication does have a necessary place in healthcare, I favour treatment without synthetic methods whenever possible to avoid the potentially dangerous side effects of medications.
I graduated from Lambton College at the top of my class from the three year Massage Therapy program in April 2011. I was honoured to receive the prestigious recognitions of Dean’s Award, Lambton Chiropractic Association Award as well as the Ontario Colleges Athletic Association’s All-Academic Award.
I am grateful to have worked as part-time faculty of the massage therapy program at Lambton College as a lab technician and professor for 7 years. Where it has helped me to expand and reinforce my professional skills I decided to focus my full attention to my practice and utilize what I have learned to help each client meet their treatment goals.