Carrie Ann Courage, Registered Massage Therapist
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Since her early teenage years, Carrie knew she wanted to be a Massage Therapist. She has been an athlete all her life and is passionate about sport, fitness and good health. Now, she is also passionate about her career, helping others and building relationships. Since becoming an RMT in 2002, she has expanded her knowledge and skills with many courses and years of experience. Carrie combines relaxation and deep tissue techniques in treatment to achieve the desired affect. She also enjoys doing Hot Stone, Thermal Palms, Indian Head Massage and Lymph Drainage. Carrie has always been interested in business, which led her to buy The Yellow Tulip Massage Therapy & Wellness Centre on April 1, 2011. She decided to make it her own by changing the business name, giving it a new look and hiring new staff with goals similar to her own. To create a comfortable, relaxing and professional establishment where clients can receive a wide variety of massage therapy treatments and related services from skilled professionals.
Todd Bennett, Registered Massage Therapist
Todd is a graduate of Everest College Upper Mountain Hamilton and has been a Registered Massage Therapist in good standings with both the CMTO and RMTAO since 2009.
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|Todd believes that no two people are alike; therefore all his treatments are based upon the unique individual from their lifestyle to their body type. Based on this philosophy, each client is provided a personal treatment plan aimed at achieving their goals. In order to provide this level of care, Todd continues to expand his knowledge through continuing education courses and collaboration with his peers.|
|Todd has a passion for sports. This is one reason why he volunteers his time at Brock University working with the Athletic Therapy Team where he is exposed to a variety of sports injuries. He has attained a black belt in Jiujitsu and aids in training young children to defend themselves from bullying and larger attackers.|
Anabel Boquiren-Hoskins, Registered Massage Therapist
Anabel Boquiren-Hoskins RMT graduated from 2200 hours of training in various courses such as Anatomy, Neurology, Kinesiology and Remedial Exercises with the Massage Therapy Program at the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy in Cambridge June 2013. She is a member and in good standing with the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario and the Registered Massage Therapists Association of Ontario.
Anabel incorporates her treatment to each individuals needs and uses General Swedish Massage to Deep Tissue Massage. She integrates different techniques such as Hydrotherapy, Trigger-Point Release, Myofascial Release, Manual Lymphatic Drainage and Passive Range of Motion.
Anabel has volunteered with various outreach programs like the Association of Brain Injury, Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada Waterloo-Kitchener Region, Sunnyside Retirement Home in Kitchener and Hospice Wellington in Guelph.
Anabel was born and raised in the Philippines. She came to Canada in 2001 and started working in a factory to earn a living in a different country. She worked for 9 years doing manual labor and frequently sought Massage Therapy and Chiropractic services for pain relief and health maintenance. Having been laid-off from work after 9 years, Anabel had the opportunity to choose a second career and further her education to be a part of the profession that relieved her from work stress and body pains.
Anabel wants to expand her knowledge in Craniosacral Therapy, Pregnancy and Infancy Massage, Sacroiliac Dysfunction and other treatment techniques and modalities that she believes will benefit her present and future clients. She firmly believes that learning does not stop when you finish school and continued education with this career is very important.
Her life outside of work is spent taking care of her family of a loving husband and two beautiful kids. She loves exploring the outdoors and being active in the community with friends and family. She looks forward to a long and rewarding career as an RMT.
Brianna Schiller, Registered Massage Therapist
Brianna has been a proud member of The College of Massage Therapists of Ontario (CMTO) since 2014 after graduating from Humber College. During her studies, Brianna worked with all types of patients including athletes, babies, individuals with mental disabilities, those in palliative care and many more.
Always searching for new ways to help her patients, Brianna is continuously incorporating new techniques and approaches to achieving optimal results. Although she's a versatile therapist, her passion really shows when it comes to deep tissue and rehabilitation. As a strong believer in taking preventative measures against pain and dysfunction, Brianna is always showing her patients simple ways to keep active. She provides mobility exercises, stretch and strengthening, and other simple self-care techniques that will have you well on your way to preventing and/or correcting the damaging effects of poor lifestyle habits.
Avery Johnathon Corfe, Registered Massage Therapist
Avery took an interest in Massage Therapy from an early age before entering Trillium College immediately following High School. As a member of the RMTAO (Registered Massage Therapists Association of Ontario), he is currently exploring his interest in bringing Scar Release Therapy, Meditation, and Virtual Reality into his massage treatments and is dedicated to enhancing his skills and knowledge in the field for the benefit of his clients.
Through Massage Therapy he wants to learn everything that can improve his clients lives and well being. He's set on restoring the body and mind, bringing mobility and release to his clients. "Motion in the body is emotion in ourselves."