Stephanie was born and raised in Mount Forest, Ontario. She later attended University in Windsor, and then graduated with honours from Georgian College, Barrie from the Massage Therapy program in 2007. Stephanie continued her education by becoming a certified Doula and attending 16 births. She has also trained in pregnancy and infant massage, kinesiology taping and recently medical cupping.
Stephanie opened up her own clinic in 2012 and has been enjoying adding new services and practitioners to the business. Stephanie is also an active member of the Nancy Island Lions Club and has held various positions including fundraising chair.
She is married to Andrew has a beautiful daughter Juliette. They built a house in the country and are enjoying life with their pug Max and newest addition, puppy Lacey.
Reflexology uses focused pressure to manipulate reflexes on your feet, hands and ears, sending your body’s own healing energy to where it is needed. These reflexes correspond to all organs, glands and parts of your body. Reflexology improves the blood supply to cells, organs and systems, aiding the body to nourish and repair itself.
This in turn helps the body relieve stress (which causes up to 75% of all illnesses today), release toxins and return to a state of rest and repair known as homeostasis, where all of the body systems are balanced. Reflexology is a therapy that aims to improve our general health and sense of well being by promoting the body’s ability to heal, adjust and balance itself.
It can also help with specific problems such as:
– allergies, aches/pains, poor circulation
– digestive problems, heartburn, constipation, diarrhea
– headaches, migraines, sinusitis
– menstrual problems, PMS, depression
– pregnancy, labour, postnatal problems
– stress, anxiety, toxicity, energy blocks
– suppressed immune system, sleep disorders, fatigue
Reflexologists have been called in after open heart surgery to help get the circulation going, we work with Cancer patients after chemotherapy treatments and work closely with those who have M.S. and have had wonderful results.
I have enjoyed doing Reflexology for nearly 16 years. My treatment starts with an amazing head and face massage to open up the meridians, followed by a foot and leg massage with essential oils and lotions.
I also offer Ear Candling, I am a Certified Iridologist and I am studying Reiki.
Laura studied at The Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy and graduated with honors in 2013. She received a certificate in hospital specialization where she spent most of her outreach programs at Toronto Rehab Center.
She also took advanced training in prenatal massage and Indian head massage. Since she became a Massage Therapist, Laura has experienced working in both the clinical and wellness settings. Laura likes to combine many modalities in one treatment focusing on deep tissue, trigger points, stretching and fascia to relieve pain and tension.
She has worked with many kinds of chronic, acute, motor vehicle accident, workplace and sports injuries. Laura continues to learn new techniques as well as attending courses to further her knowledge of the practice and to keep up to date throughout her career.
Courtney Steven is an Osteopathic Manual Practitioner, she graduated and received her Master of Osteopathic Manual Science (M.OMSc.) from the Canadian Academy of Osteopathy in Hamilton. Prior to her journey into Osteopathy Courtney was a Registered Kinesiologist, she graduated with a H.Ba.Kin. from Lakehead University in 2013.
After graduating she worked as a Registered Kinesiologist at a Physiotherapy company in her home town, Stratford, before discovering Osteopathy. Since a young age Courtney always knew that she wanted to work with people and after a few sport related injuries she knew that she wanted to be able to help them to feel better.
In 2016 she found her calling in Osteopathy and quickly enrolled in the 4 year program. When she isn’t working Courtney enjoys spending time with her friends and family, camping, and being involved in the community through the local Junior Farmer’s program as well as providing medical assistance to the women’s Black Swan rugby team in Stratford. She also loves to travel and experience new cultures.