Lisa Kessig, RMT
Lisa Kessig, RMT is a graduate of Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy (CCMH). She is licensed in the Province of Ontario and a certified member of CMTO and RMTAO. Lisa has joined the team at My Cambridge Health, which is a multidisciplinary clinic which focuses on Acupuncture and Massage Therapy.
Lisa offers therapeutic massage therapy incorporating general Swedish massage with connective tissue techniques. She works with a diverse group of clients with specific needs and concerns such as Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinsons, Stroke damage, Hemiplegia, Cervical Dystonia to name a few.
Her passion while in school was treating residents in Hospice for pain management and comfort. She will modify your massage to suit your specific needs. Her serene approach offers harmony, balance and relaxation to your busy life.
Lisa caters to clients of all ages including children, adults and seniors.
Since people differ in the level of pressure they can tolerate, Lisa will modify her techniques to accommodate clients' comfort level. She encourages clients to provide feedback on which interventions seem to help and which cause them pain.
Your initial treatment will consist of a 15 minute assessment followed by treatment. Lisa can take appointments through phone or text at the following cellular: 226-600-3446 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Trisha Wilkins, RMT
Trisha Wilkins is a graduate of Medix College in Kitchener with over 2000 hours in study. She specializes in a variety of Swedish Massage Techniques along with Myofascial Massage Therapy, Hydrotherapy, Active Release Therapy and Arthrokinetic Therapy to assess and treat the dysfunctions of the body.
Her interest in human anatomy and physiology, combined with a passion for health and well-being, inspired Trish to pursue a career in massage therapy.
Since graduation, Trish has continued her studies in anatomy and believes that having an understanding of the human body is the foundation for an effective and safe treatment.
Trish believes that incorporating manual treatments, informing the patient on home-care techniques and postural education can prevent future re-injury, discomfort and pain.