Shelly graduated from Wellington College of Remedial Massage Therapies in 1996. Upon graduation she opened Bodylogic. Shelly specializes in pre & post natal massage and obtained her doula training in 1998. In 2007 she became a Certified Laser Therapist. In 2017 she became Certified in cupping. Her work as a Therapist incorporates deep tissue, muscle energy techniques, stretch therapy, keniso taping, and laser therapy. She is committed to individualizing her client treatment plans and strongly believes in educating clients about their condition in order to help them reach their therapeutic goals.
Cindy is a Registered Massage Therapist and Certified Laser Therapist. She graduated from Wellington College of Remedial Massage Therapies in 2006 and received her Low Intensity Light Therapy Laser training at Toronto's Meditech Laser Rehabilitation Centre in 2008.
Also trained in Pregnancy Massage, expecting moms are always welcome.
Cindy prides herself on having built a strong practice made up of hard working, respectful clients whose health and wellness goals match her own.
As part of the coaching staff for an elite level girls' fastpitch softball team, Cindy enjoys coaching and looking after the massage therapy and rehab needs of the talented young athletes.
Jayme graduated in January 2013 from the Massage Therapy College of Manitoba as a Registered Massage Therapist and is a member of the Massage Therapy Association of Manitoba (MTAM). She has always enjoyed helping people and enjoys working with people of all ages. Using a therapeutic approach with massage therapy, she is passionate about her career as an RMT and sees the positive effect massage has on her clients everyday. Jayme is trained in myofascial release, trigger point therapy, kinesio taping, deep tissue, relaxation, therapeutic and sports massage. In her time off, she can be found playing the violin, camping, backpacking, canoeing and enjoying the great outdoors.
Katelyn Ewacha graduated from the Wellington College of Remedial Massage Therapy in 2017. She specializes in the assessment and treatment of musculoskeletal dysfunction. Katelynís compassionate personality has been the driving force behind her vision to bring outpatient treatment to those in need through mobile clinic appointments. Katelynís previous experience as a Health Care Aide has fuelled her passion for palliative care.
In the future, Katelyn wishes to become certified in Canine Massage/Rehabilitation and offer this service to the dog rescue she volunteers with. Her dog Bruce is the happiest dog ever, and is a rescue himself!
Katelyn is a dedicated RMT who is attentive to her clientsí well being. She works closely with her clients to develop a therapeutic plan, outline her findings, and direct rehabilitation exercise.
Katelyn gives herself to the greater good of her clients.
Leona Waldner graduated from Wellington College of Remedial Massage Therapies Inc. in 2017. During her time in school she took various courses such as; Breast Massage, Lymphatic Therapy, and Fascia Integration. Leona uses assessment to create an individualized treatment for her clients in order to give them their best outcome.
Leona is proactive when it comes to continuing her education, even after graduation. She has taken a Cupping workshop to enhance her facial integration with clients as she sees fit.
Her main focus however, has turned to Breast Cancer. Leona has recently completed her certification for Breast Cancer Rehabilitation. The training allows her to work with clients that are going through or overcoming breast cancer. This includes discomforts and restrictions post surgery, radiation, chemotherapy and reconstruction.
In the near future Leona aims to continue learning more about Breast Cancer and work towards becoming a Lymphedema Therapist.
Chloe graduated from Wellington College of Remedial Massage Therapies in 2019. She uses a thorough assessment of the skeletal system to pinpoint the cause of each clients complaint and create an individualized treatment plan. Chloe has taken additional workshops in rib mobilization and fascia work and looks forward to continuing to learn and grow as a therapist in the years to come. In the future she hopes to take courses in equine massage so she can work with both humans and horses.