Our Team of Qualified Health Care Providers

All of our RMTs are trained in prenatal, deep tissue and relaxation massage.

Specialties are noted in our profiles.

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Registered Massage Therapist, Clinic Co-Owner

Lucas is a skilled massage therapist, and enjoys focusing on sports massage, deep tissue and rehabilitation from injuries and surgeries. Combining therapeutic massage, cupping, and fascial release for great results.  Detailed exercises and stretches are key takeaways and help maintain the effect between massages.  Lucas is always looking for helpful modalities to increase the effectiveness of treatments.  Recently, he has added Hot Stone Massage to his toolkit - it's a must for stiff and sore muscles!

Lucas also has a degree in Psychology, and is fluent in both French and Portuguese.

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Chiropractor, Registered Nutritionist & Yoga Teacher

Dr. Laleh specializes in functional neurology and has extensive experience treating knee & shoulder dysfunctions. She is an evidence-based chiropractor and follows the latest research to provide the most up to date treatments. She is also a registered nutritionist, certified in advanced medical nutrition and sports performance nutrition which she uses to provide adjunctive care to common medical conditions, weight loss management & sports performance advice.

Dr. Laleh is available for Custom Foot Orthotic Assessments using gait and foot analysis


Osteopathic Manual Practitioner

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Amit is a proud graduate of the Canadian Academy of Osteopathy (2019), which teaches Classical Osteopathy over a 4-year program with over 1000 hours of hands-on training. It is a principles-based education that focuses on treating the body as a whole, going above and beyond using only techniques.

Amit discovered the benefits of osteopathy through his own journey with injuries from the gym. After experiencing the overall health benefits of osteopathy for himself and his family through its holistic approach, he became fascinated by this timeless art and science. 

He has a special interest in helping children, from toddlers to teenagers, including sports performance (mobility, strength and balance). His treatments are also ideal for those suffering from repetitive, workplace strain, such as from prolonged sitting at a computer desk and poor posture.

He is currently a member of the Ontario Osteopathic Association (OOA).


Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioner, Acupuncturist RTCMP

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Lee Sheng is a licensed professional in the fields of Acupuncture, Tao Shiatsu Therapy, and Traditional Chinese Herbal Medicine, and has been in private practice since 1993. She received diplomas in Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine from the Toronto School of Traditional Chinese Medicine, followed by hospital training at Shangdong University of T.C.M. and a certificate in Cosmetic Acupuncture/Herbal Medicine at the Beijing Institute of Acupuncture. Complementing this are graduate qualifications in both Zen Shiatsu and Tao Shiatsu in Canada and Japan. Subsequent training includes Japanese-style Reiki.

Lee has been a practitioner, workshop leader, and facilitator providing a compassionate, attentive and holistic approach to individual and corporate clients including many movie actors for 20 years. She has dealt with a variety of diseases and symptoms, including Pain and Stress management, injury related problems, and has treated menopausal-related issues.

Lee's Acupuncture treatments may combine various modalities, including Tuina Massage, Moxibustion, Gua Sha, and Cupping Therapy.

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Registered Acupuncturist

Andeka Vuong R.Ac

Andeka is a Registered Acupuncturist who earned her Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioner advanced diploma from Humber College. She is also a member of the College of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Acupuncturist of Ontario (CTCMPAO) in good standing.


Andeka is committed to creating a safe and healing space for her patients, and believes in using evidence-based practices and interprofessional collaboration to optimize patient-care. Each treatment she performs is individually catered to meet patients' needs, and is modified accordingly with each session! Andeka's clinical experience includes treating stress and anxiety, acute and chronic pain, digestive disorders, gynecology and insomnia. Along with acupuncture, Andeka is proficient in performing gua sha, cupping, moxibustion and tuina.


When not caring for patients, Andeka enjoys an active lifestyle! She spends her free time hiking, taking long walks and playing sports.


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Registered Massage Therapist

Physiotherapy Resident

Kevin graduated from Sutherland-Chan in 2016 and has since been working as an RMT. He utilizes sports massage, deep tissue and general Swedish massage techniques regularly in his practice in combination with remedial exercises to effectively target and treat the cause of discomfort or pain rather than just treating the symptoms. He works closely with clients to address their specific goals, whether it be rehabilitation or relaxation!


Kevin graduated from Queen’s U. with a Master’s in Physiotherapy and is working towards becoming a fully licensed Physiotherapist. During his schooling Kevin has combined his knowledge of manual therapy with assessments and different modalities to treat athletes, geriatric patients, post-operative patients. He also has experience treating vestibular conditions including vertigo. Kevin believes in a holistic approach to healthcare and strives to get clients back to what they enjoy doing!


Registered Massage Therapist

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Christine graduated with honours from Mohawk College’s Massage Therapy program. She has a special interest in treating low back pain, overuse and sport injuries, occupational injuries, and rehabbing post surgery.

She specializes in deep tissue, therapeutic massage, trigger point therapy and myo-fascial release, and uses a variety of techniques ranging from deep pressure to lighter techniques along with her extensive exercise knowledge to help clients in reaching their goals.

She is dedicated to life long learning and enjoys taking additional courses to improve her skills. She has currently taken courses in sacroiliac mobilizations,  shoulder and low back dysfunction.


Christine is especially interested in working with athletes to help them reach their performance goals and overcome their injuries. She has been the primary therapist for several Team Canada Powerlifting athletes. She is also an international level powerlifter and competitive horse back rider.


Registered Massage Therapist

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As a practicing RMT for over 25 years, Kristin has an exceptional amount of experience in all aspects of client care and continues to be passionate about her work. She brings her depth of knowledge to each treatment, seeking to uncover the underlying causes of pain and dysfunction while integrating the body’s innate relaxation response to massage in the process. She happily collaborates with other health care professionals and has an open-minded approach to success.

Kristin is a graduate of Sutherland-Chan School of Massage Therapy, where as an alumna, she facilitated treatment planning workshops for several years. She currently works part-time at the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario as part of the examination team for new registrants, where she continues to further her professional growth in a challenging and stimulating environment.

Kristin has an excellent knowledge of health care in general that informs her treatment planning and the home care exercises she teaches her clients. Her results-oriented approach features techniques such as deep tissue massage, myofascial release, trigger point therapy and joint mobilizations. She works with clients of all ages with a special interest in pediatric care and sports rehabilitation. Kristin delivers effective therapeutic care and looks forward to helping you achieve your wellness goals.


Registered Massage Therapist

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Bibi is a 2005 graduate of Sutherland-Chan School and Teaching Clinic and a licensed Massage Therapist in good standing with the CMTO. She is also a member of the Ontario Massage Therapist Association.

She has special interests in repetitive stress injury treatments and holistic massage that seek to find and treat the cause as oppose to treating the symptom.

Bibi’s focus is to use massage as a tool to decrease inflammation in the body to achieve a sense of health and wellbeing. Her approach to patient care includes a treatment plan that encompasses  assessment, massage, post-treatment discussion, recommendations for self-care.


Registered Massage Therapist

Neurofunctional Acupuncture

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Jackie graduated from Sutherland-Chan School of Massage Therapy, and is also an acting graduate from The National Theatre School of Canada. In her practice, Jackie is people-orientated and takes care to understand clients' motives when facilitating a treatment. Jackie is a queer-positive therapist and strives to work inclusively with a broad spectrum of people, making sure everyone feels taken care of and rejuvenated through massage therapy. She has worked with athletes at the Invictus Games, has experience creating treatment plans for people with muscular dystrophy, as well caring for scar restrictions from chest surgeries. Jackie has studied Neurofunctional Acupuncture at McMaster University and can incorporate dry needling as part of her massage treatments. She is fascinated by the nervous system and is always learning more about gait mechanics and foot rehabilitation.

When she's not working as an RMT, Jackie makes plays with her theatre company Re:Current Theatre and also enjoys playing ukulele and bouldering. 


Registered Massage Therapist


Yu is adept at Swedish massage techniques to target trigger points, as well as fascial release therapy. She also believes in the benefit of general relaxation treatments as they play an important role in overall wellness.

Yu's knowledge can help clients reach their treatment goals more easily, including recommending exercises and effective stretches for post-treatment home care

Yu has experience treating a wide variety of patients and looks forward to sharing her knowledge and expertise to help address your needs.


Registered Massage Therapist

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Elena graduated with honours from ICT Kikkawa College of Massage therapy in 2010. She is a member in good standing with the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario (CMTO).

She is proficient in different massage treatments, including Swedish, deep tissue, reflexology, sports, shiatsu, hot stone, and cupping. She has experience treating a variety of issues including whiplash, frozen shoulder, TMJ, and sciatic nerve compression.

She likes to incorporate various techniques in her treatment such as myofascial release, cupping massage, reflexology, elements from Thai Massage, and techniques such as trigger point release and active release to achieve maximum benefits for her clients

Elena is especially interested in providing relaxation massages to clients to help with chronic stress, anxiety, and headaches. She has completed the first level of Reiki and incorporates energy healing techniques and aromatherapy in her practice.

Prior to becoming an RMT in Canada, Elena worked in Russia as a nurse and provided therapeutic massage to her clients.


Registered Massage Therapist

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Roger’s client-centered approach incorporates traditional Swedish massage techniques including deep tissue work to reduce your pain, increase your mobility and help you relax.

Roger loves working with a wide variety of clients. He is an expert at alleviating aches and pains associated with poor ergonomics, often due to working from home, and can offer helpful tips to improve your postural awareness.

He also enjoys working with athletes of all levels, from aspiring Olympians to weekend warriors. Roger can help optimize your workout recovery to ensure you achieve your maximum potential.

Roger is experienced treating pre- and post-natal clients, as well as those with sport-related injuries, postural imbalances, post-concussion syndrome, tendonitis, scoliosis, TMJ disorders and headaches.

Roger graduated from Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy in Toronto in 2016. He is a member of good standing with the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario and the Registered Massage Therapy Association of Ontario.

When he is not helping others achieve their health and wellness goals, Roger enjoys photography, exploring nature, playing tennis and competitive Scrabble.

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Alexander Technique & Pilates Method

Caprice Boisvert is a teacher of the Alexander Technique, the Pilates Method, and Kripalu Yoga. She has a keen interest in anatomy, biomechanics, and how the body is designed to move. She has experience with scoliosis, hip & knee replacement, tendonitis (RSI), Parkinson’s, stenosis and cerebral palsy. Click to watch Caprice working with a patient with PD

Caprice has practiced Alexander Technique since 2003.  She trained with Susan Sinclair in Toronto and qualified as a teacher in 2012. During her training, she worked with Martha Fertman (Philadelphia), Sakiko Ishitsubo (Tokyo), Rosa Luisa Rossi (Zurich), and Peter Nobes (London). She is a teaching member of ATI (Alexander Technique International). Caprice has completed some post-graduate work with Paul Versteeg and Tessa Marwick (Amsterdam). She is also studying how to combine Cranio-Sacral Therapy with Alexander Technique with Elke Mastwijk (Amsterdam).

Caprice was certified to teach the Pilates Method by Susan Sinclair in 2004. Her certification was thorough and involved 650 hours of training, including: anatomy, observation, and supervised teaching. Caprice attended a number of master classes and workshops with Dianne Miller between 2004 and 2007, and has completed many workshops with Karen Carlson and Marie-José Blom. She was fortunate enough to attend workshops with three first-generation teachers: Mary Bowen, Lolita San Miguel, and Kathy Grant.

When you work with Caprice, you will learn about efficient movement patterning, which will lead to expanded movement choices.  This, in turn, will help you relinquish ineffectual movement patterns and regain natural ease, flexibility and power. This approach to Pilates can relieve neck and shoulder discomfort, address back pain, release tension from the body, improve coordination, and enhance your awareness of your deep core muscles by removing the focus from the overworked, superficial muscles of the body. Deep abdominal work, free joint movement, and spinal articulation are basic elements of the method, and particular attention is paid to proper alignment and muscular balance.

Caprice will ensure that you have all the building blocks you need before introducing classical repertoire. Learning new repertoire when your body is ready is an important part of her teaching. Pilates is not choreography: it is a system of exercise that works best when your body is well-prepared and you have an understanding of the work. Gentle and timely progression will ensure success.  Most importantly, Caprice wants you to finish each lesson feeling better than when you began.

Caprice has a degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Toronto.