Sarah J. Walker
Sarah J. Walker has been a Registered Massage Therapist since 2002 and is a member of both the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario and the Registered Massage Therapists Association of Ontario. Upon graduating from Sir Sandford Fleming College with honours, Sarah has continued to pursue and update her education and has completed the following continuing education credits to help further her techniques. These include SI joint dysfunction, advanced sports massage therapy I and II, lymphatic drainage, reflexology, scapular stretch and rotator cuff release I and II, and an ethics and professionalism workshop. Her ultimate goal is to treat a diverse range of conditions. Sarah loves spending time with her young family and is constantly training for her personal best in her love of running.
Lisa A. Chapman
RMT, Dipl. Ac
Lisa began her journey into bodywork upon returning from a year of adventures in British Columbia. After sustaining a serious back injury from her travels, she was introduced to the healing effects of massage therapy. In 1996 she graduated as an RMT with honours from the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy.
Many years of practice taught Lisa that approaching a challenge from more than one angle ensured greater success. As a result Lisa incorporates cranio-sacral therapy, myofascial release, aromatherapy, and reiki, as needed into her treatments.
In 2008, Lisa began her studies on a new path. She was inspired by a client’s lifesaving experience of acupuncture. Studying acupuncture allowed Lisa to reconnect with her passion for the natural environment. Traditional Chinese Medicine holds a mirror to the natural world and reflects all its intricacies onto the human body. In 2011, she graduated from the SSC Acupuncture Institute with a High Honours Diploma in TCM Acupuncture.
Lisa’s treatment knowledge and intent to facilitate healing are complemented by hands that are both sensitive and experienced. She enjoys being a part of her clients' efforts toward greater health and wellness.
Treatment Modalities Offered
RRPR and Esthetician
Beatrice has graduated from Sir Sandford Fleming in 2009 as an Esthetician, and has specialized in hand and foot treatments, hot stone massage, Thai hot steam massage and some other esthetic treatments. Beatrice has been practicing reflexology since 2010 and is a registered member of the RRCO. Over the past three years, she has continued her education in reflexology by studying hand reflexology and hot stone reflexology. She enjoys helping her clients to relax and help with their overall well-being. Educating her clients on the importance of proper hand and foot treatments and the benefits of reflexology has been one of her passions.
Christina is a registered Chiropractor and a member of the College of Chiropractors of Ontario. In 2012, she graduated from Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College and also holds an Honours Specialization degree in Health Sciences from the University of Western Ontario. Continually driven to build upon her skills as a healthcare practitioner, Christina is also certified in clinical acupuncture and educated in active release technique – a specialized muscle technique. It is the tremendous improvements in patient’s quality of life that motivates her each and every day. During her free time she enjoys baking, cooking, and eating! It is her goal one day to create and share a cookbook of her best recipes.
Dawn graduated from the Massage Therapy Program at Trillium College. She is a regulated health care professional registered with the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario and the Regulated Massage Therapy Association of Ontario. She has a great passion for the practice of massage therapy and performs techniques tailored to each client's needs. Her vast knowledge of anatomy, physiology, orthopedic testing, and palpations enables Dawn to successfully identify her client's injuries and recommend safe and effective treatment plans. Dawn believes that massage therapy combined with exercise and a healthy lifestyle can help relieve your pain and discomfort.