Tara Marie Freel

Tara graduated from the Algonquin College Massage Therapy program in 2014, and is a Registered Massage Therapist in good standing with the CMTO and member of the RMTAO.

 Tara is a competitive horseback rider and over the last number of years has focused on the discipline of Dressage; which, she shows at the national level.  With this brings the love of helping athletes, particularly Equestrians, improve in their chosen sport by helping them achieve proper posture through massage therapy.

Tara's focus is on helping people to decrease pain by bettering one’s posture, overall health, and daily well-being through a proper client centered care massage.

She has a deep passion for pre and post-natal massage, and women’s health, but enjoys working with everyone!

Tara has taken continuing education courses in, pre and post-natal massage, infant and child massage, pediatric cranial disorders, myofascial release and most recently cupping and kinesiology taping.

Sophie Bray

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Sophie is a bilingual practitioner who graduated from the Elegance College Massage Therapy program in 2019, and is a Registered Massage Therapist in good standing with the CMTO and member of the RMTAO.

 

She is very excited to establish a career by pursuing her dream to become a Massage therapist. Her desire to make a difference in peoples lives means the world to her. 

Sophie is accomplished and qualified to treat all age groups by using a wide range of techniques. She takes great joy in working with patients to successfully improve their quality of life.

 

She offers massage therapy sessions that treat the body as a whole, while focusing on particular areas of tension or injury. Sophie provides a comprehensive, client focused, safe and effective treatment that is specific to each individual. 

She believes that relaxation is the key to help the body effectively heal and be restored to its optimal health.

 

In order to provide long term resolution, the root cause of the patients particular problem is identified while addressing symptoms for immediate relief. She strongly believes that massage therapy is a very effective method for rehabilitation, posture improvement and mostly by helping people achieve greater understanding of their body.

 

Sophie plans to expand her skill set through continuing education.

Michelle Leduc

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Michelle studied Massage Therapy because of her fascination with the human body and how it worked.  However, she fell in love with the profession when given the opportunity to listen to the story behind a client’s visit and be able to work with them in their health journey.
 
Michelle is a graduate of the Massage Therapy program at Algonquin College and is a Registered Massage Therapist with the College of Massage Therapist of Ontario.
 
As a runner for 25 years, she understands the demands of the sport with respect to training, its impacts to the body and the frustrations of an injury. Come see Michelle if you want to resolve your pain or discomfort, return to your normal activities of daily living, and prevent future injuries. She believes in educating the client – if they understand what’s going on with their body, it will help them recover and prevent injuries.
 
Outside of the clinic, Michelle can be found training for her next ultramarathon adventure. She contributes to the running community by coaching with the Russell Run Club and acting as the Events Director for the New York Central Fitness Trail parkrun.