Kurt is a Massage Therapist with 17 years experience, a graduate of the Wellington College of Remedial Massage Therapies Inc. in 2002. He has recently completed 5 years of study in Traditional Osteopathy through the Canadian College of Osteopathy.
Kurt's massage treatments are osteopathic in approach. Treatments are designed to discover, assess and treat the primary and secondary dysfunctions in the body in order to allow all structures their proper mobility. Kurt's treatments are very holistic in nature and requires a focused and complete assessment each treatment so that assumptions are not made about the patients condition. Treatment techniques include myofascial release, joint mobilization, cranial/sacral, Muscle energy, visceral manipulation, and strain/counterstrain.
Kurt has done continuing education courses in Cranial-Sacral treatment, joint mobilization, fascial integration, and Kinesio taping.
Neil is a Massage Therapist with 18 years experience, a graduate of the Professional Institute of Massage Therapy Inc. In 1998.
Neil's treatment focus is in Myofascial Pain Syndromes, and Trigger Point Treatment. Neil's treatments work to correct soft tissue damage that is the result of Repetitive or Cumulative strain Injury. This includes Orthopedic Assessment and Education of the Patient, Deep tissue work, with specifics on Trigger points.
Neil has done continuing Education courses in Kinesio Taping, Proprioceptive Taping and awareness, Manual lymphatic Drainage Basic Level, and Ortho bionomy 1st Level. He has also completed level 2 training in Graston Technique.
Kirby has been a remedial massage therapist for 12 years. She graduated from The Massage Therapy College of Manitoba. She has a B.A. in Kinesiology from the University of Winnipeg and has completed the Evidence Informed Therapeutic Cupping course through Cupping Canada.
Using techniques such as Trigger Point Therapy, Myofascial release and joint mobilization, Kirby brings an individualistic treatment focus to her clients. She has a passion for working with athlete's of all levels.
Communication and intent are two meaningful core values for Kirby. She has recently added training in Mental Health First Aid through the Mental Health Commission of Canada and Trauma Informed Care in the Workplace through the Crisis and Trauma Institute.
Her Boston Terrier Wilma often accompanies her to work.
Alyshia Goodchild is a RMT and a graduate of Wellington College in Winnipeg. With her training in orthopedic physical assessment, she works to assess the cause of dysfunction. Alyshia's treatment approach is to see the body as a whole, localizing areas of dysfunction, utilizing trigger point therapy, myofascial release, joint mobilization and other techniques to bring balance and symmetry to the body. She is passionate about working together with patients to create an effective treatment plan in order to reduce myofascial pain, increase range of motion, and also provide strategies to maintain the progress of the treatment. Alyshia has continuing education courses in lymphatic drainage, reflexology, and cranial sacral treatment.