Sam Mulholland is a Registered Massage Therapist with the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario (CMTO). His specialty is Deep tissue and Sports massage. He recently graduated from the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy (2018). Prior to gathering his massage skills he began training his mind and spirit, taking a degree in Philosophy from the University of Toronto (2014) and establishing a personal meditation practice.
Sam’s approach is to begin with listening. He listens to your experience of your body, as well as to your body itself. This listening approach is balanced with an analysis, grounded in his training and experience. The result is a careful facilitation of your own healing. Sam uses a variety of assessments and specific techniques including deep tissue work, fascial, assisted stretches and PNF (among others). His calm personality and care also makes for a great relaxation massage. He tends to work slowly with deep compressions, but will always check in to establish comfort.
On his own time you might find Sam at the rock climbing gym, climbing boulders in the Niagara Glen, or developing his personal Reiki practice.
Thai Massage Therapist
Emily Rapley is a registered Thai Massage Therapist with the Navina Thai Massage Therapy School. She perviously graduated from York University with and Honours Fine Arts Dance degree. She is a choreographer and performer that stands by the benefits of Thai Massage in all aspects in her life. Emily works with clients who are seeking muscle recovery, pain management or relaxation, as she tailors an individual program for your mind and body. She continues to take courses to expand her knowledge in the latest techniques to assist in the optimal mind and body health.
Mary Owen is a Registered Massage Therapist, with the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario (CMTO). She graduated from the West Coast College of Massage Therapy in British Columbia in 2008.
Prior to becoming a Massage Therapist, Mary received her Honours Degree from Brock University in Community Health. She focused on research in health promotion and injury prevention as well as workplace health and women’s health issues.
Mary has worked in multiple settings including rehabilitation hospitals, massage therapy clinics and spas. She has experience working with burns and scar tissue, pregnancies, headaches and jaw soreness, postural dysfunctions, repetitive strain injuries and general relaxation for stress reduction.
Mary integrates a number of treatment techniques including Swedish massage, Trigger Point Therapy, Muscle Energy Techniques, and Myofascial Release. Working with clients to establish a thorough history and providing recommendations for client self care, Mary strives to alleviate symptoms to achieve client goals.
She is currently completing her 200 hour Yoga Teacher Training and is excited about integrating her massage therapy knowledge into a yoga practice.