I bring a different style and element to my massage therapy treatments, which developed from the feeling that there was more than meets the eye when it comes to the body. I am currently a student at the Canadian College of Osteopathy (3rd Year) and apply these principles and concepts to my daily work. Osteopathy aims to find the source of the problem; it is a whole body approach which allows the body to restore to its natural state of harmony. Treatments will include elements of assessment, myofascial techniques, and Cranio-Sacral therapy, blended with the therapeutic benefits of massage.
Nichole Komosky, RMT
I am a graduate from Wellington College of remedial Massage Therapy. I am certified in advanced therapeutic massage, relaxation, soft tissue release, cranial-sacral massage, sports massage, and pregnancy massage. I am also licenced to do Rib Assessments and Mobilizations.
I have also obtained training in breast massage which is beneficial for pre- and post-menopausal breast congestion, pre- and post-breast augmentation, and post-mastectomy.
I have extensive experience working with clients with multiple sclerosis, fibromyalgia, and spinal cord injuries, and I also work with those in geriatrics and palliative care.
Long term goals for myself include furthering my education and interests in manual lymphatic drainage and palliative care.
John Tran, B. Kin RMT
I am an RMT who graduated from the Massage College of Manitoba and as well hold a Bachelors of Kinesiology degree from the University of Manitoba. My knowledge of movement and the human body gives me a dynamic perspective to massage. My work primarily focuses on the fascial system of the body, but I am very capable of other forms of massage as well. I live an active lifestyle playing sports and training at the gym. I also have countless hours of experience working with various sports teams and elite athletes that has helped refine my skills in assessment, therapy, and rehab.
Suzanne Shelton, RMT, BPE
I graduated as an RMT in 2015 from Massage Therapy College of Manitoba. My training and knowledge of anatomy, the human body, and movement goes back many decades. In addition to numerous fitness, nutrition, and health certificates, I also have a Bachelor of Physical Education from the University of Manitoba. Over the years, I have taught yoga, Zumba, an array of fitness classes, as well as fitness testing and personal training.
My massage background includes private clinics, fitness/medical facility, and a popular local spa. Since graduation, I have continued learning and studying with one of the foremost teachers in myofascial massage and also have training in Thai Yoga massage and Trager.