Nicole graduated from Brock University with honors in Kinesiology then continued her education at
Sutherland Chan massage therapy school to become an RMT in 2016. While studying at Sutherland Chan
she was able to expand her skills by working at Sunnybrook hospital with high-risk pregnancy patients,
Lyndhurst Spinal Cord Rehab center, and Princess Margaret Lodge with oncology patients.
Nicole specializes in Swedish massage techniques including myofascial release, joint mobilizations, and trigger point therapy. She also works in a physiotherapy clinic that allows her to combine her kinesiology background and massage therapy knowledge to help with injury assessment and rehabilitation. Some common injuries she treats include sciatic pain, low back strains, occupational impairments and musculoskeletal disorders.
Kyla has been a Registered Massage since 2013. After attending George Brown College for health sciences she continued following her passion in the health field and completed the Massage Therapy program at Kikkawa college. Kyla has worked in various settings including top rated Toronto spas and Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital. After several years working as a RMT she continued her education through the Acupuncture and Integrative Medicine Academy completing her Acupuncture diploma with honours.
Kyla looks forward to connecting with the Innisfil community and sharing her knowledge to maintain and improve individuals health one connection at a time.
Nicole has been in the health industry for over ten years. While working in the industry, she had the uncanny ability for discovering high tension areas and identifying the root cause of the symptoms. Realizing she was fascinated with the mechanics of the human body and its pathological systems. Nicole obtained her licence in 2016 and is always enthralled with the mechanisms of the muscular-skeletal system and why the body may have difficulty with functionality.
Many common conditions Nicole treats involve chronic body pain, acute conditions, repetitive strains/injuries such as carpal tunnel syndrome, myofascial pain, whiplash, headaches, sciatic syndrome, and frozen shoulder. Nicole will often advise post treatment specific exercises which involve stretching and/or strengthening for specific muscles that may help reduce pain and increase range of motion and flexibility.
Nicole is continuing her education with Thai Massage and is in the process of obtaining her licence in Acupuncture which will be completed by the end of 2020. Nicole recognizes the importance of continuing to develop new skills to increase her knowledge, and growth as a Massage Therapist.
There is no greater accomplishment to Nicole then being able to provide her clients the care they need and deserve. Making sure her clients receive the proper care they need is her ultimate mission and she appreciates their motivation to live a healthier lifestyle for their well being.
Christina is very passionate about her work. She uses her knowledge of anatomy and biomechanics to treat a variety of ailments using gentle techniques that include visceral therapy, cranial-sacral therapy, mobilizations, muscle energy techniques and soft tissue therapy. Christina completed her Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology and pursued her desire to heal with further education in Osteopathy. As of September 2017, Christina has acquired her Diploma of Manual Osteopathic Practice as well as her Doctor of Osteopathy from Spain. Christina looks forward to getting to know her clients and helping them lead a healthy and balanced lifestyle