At Syner-G Massage Therapy we have your best interest at heart. Whether it’s recovering from an injury, reducing daily stress or improving mobility and flexibility, our desire is to help you reach your goals with the least amount of interruption to your life. Through physical assessment, discussion with you, and our experience, we’ll work together to figure out the best treatment plan to get you back on track!
I’m a 2007 graduate from Algonquin College’s Massage Therapy Program and member of the Registered Massage Therapist’s Association of Ontario. I have experience in working with newborns to the elderly and everything in between. I provide client-centered care, working together with you and the rest of your health care team in order to create lasting results that go beyond the treatment room. I grew up in Kanata and have lived in Stittsville since 2013, and am very excited to be working in the heart of this growing community. I stay active by chasing around after my two sons, and squeezing in some hot yoga or runs (well more like walking) on the beautiful Trans Canada Trail.
I have always been intrigued in the human body, being actively involved in exercise and health science. I am originally from London, Ontario, where I earned a Bachelor of Health Sciences Degree at The University of Western Ontario. I continued my studies in Ottawa at Everest College’s Registered Massage Therapy program, and have been a practising RMT since 2013.
As a therapist, I am perceptive, sensitive, and compassionate. I truly believe in treating the body as a whole. My passion for health and for learning has led me to a career in osteopathy. I have completed the five years of osteopathic study at the Canadian College of Osteopathy in Toronto, and I have completed my Certificate in Osteopathy (Theory, Practical, Clinical and Methodology), as Class Valedictorian in November 2016. I am currently conducting the research for my thesis, and will graduate with a Diploma in Osteopathic Manual Practice (D.O.M.P.) in 2018. My thesis topic is “The Effects of Normalization of the Digestive Ducts and the Digestive Pyramid on Lumbar Spine Range of Motion.”
I am a sports fan, and have played baseball, hockey, and football both competitively and recreationally. I have worked as a therapist at the Ottawa Senator’s development camp for the past three seasons, including this year.
Using both massage and osteopathy, I specialize in the following manual therapy techniques: Myofascial Release, Cranial Sacral Therapy, Visceral Manipulation, and Scar Tissue Release. I treat newborns to elderly, from regular maintenance of good health to treatment of health issues such as injuries, sciatica, migraines, back pain, frozen shoulder, arthritis, and pregnancy discomfort.
why get a massage?
Here are just a few of the reasons:
- Relieve Pain
- Reduce Stress
- Improve Posture
- Recover From Injury Quicker
- Improve Mobility and Flexibility
- Prevent Injury
- Stimulate and Detoxify the Body
- It Feels Wonderful!
- Loosen Up Tight Muscles
- Reduce Inflammation and Swelling
- RMT Certification (2007)
- Hot Stone Therapy (2009)
- Reiki Master Level (2010)
- Indie Head Massage (2016)
- Certificate of 5 Year Completion at the Canadian College of Osteopathy (2016)
- Osteopathy (Thesis Writer)
- RMT Certification (2013)
- Bachelor of Health Science (2010)