Phil is registered with the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario and a graduate of Ontario College of Health and Technology in Stoney Creek. In 2015 he finished his term as a non-council member for the CMTO Discipline Committee and volunteers monthly as an active member of his organization.
Phil has over ten years of experience in the fitness industry. A graduate from the Fitness and Health Promotion program at Fanshawe College, Phil has been certified as a Personal Trainer, Nutrition and Wellness Specialist , Community Food Advisor and a Group Fitness Instructor, having taught Spinning, Yoga Fitness, Core and Bootcamp classes. As a Trainer Educator, Phil has trained countless new personal trainers and group fitness instructors.
Therapeutic massage is an important part of your health and wellness plan. It can help you when you are injured, stressed, in chronic pain, or simply in need of a little relaxation and balance. Phil will work with you to create a treatment plan specific to your needs. A treatment with Phil is a unique experience, many people achieving progress they hadn't thought previously possible. He can incorporate Swedish Massage, Deep Tissue, Sports Massage or muscle release techniques to give you the best possible results.
Alex is a graduate of Ontario College of Health and Technology in Stoney Creek and is registered with the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario. Previously, she spent 2 years at Brock University studying biology.
Alex has been very active in the recent years as a lifeguard and has history as a competitive swimmer. Being a former athlete (hockey, field hockey, soccer), she has a good understanding of how sports impact the body. Through this, she can find the most effective treatment plan to help assist athletes with any injuries or training goals. Specializing in Swedish and Deep Tissue therapeutic massage, Alex can create well rounded treatment plans to help meet each individual's goals and needs.
Alex is continuing her education into women's care, as well as peri-natal treatments. She also offers Hot Stone and Aromatherapy as part of her massage treatments. Ask her more about the benefits of heat and essential oils to the body.
Cody is a graduate of Brock University and Queen’s University. At Brock, he completed both a Bachelors degree in Kinesiology and a Masters of Science degree, which focused on muscle hydration and protein metabolism. Cody attended Queens University to complete his physiotherapy degree and had the chance to train internationally in Costa Rica during this time. In his free time, Cody enjoys a variety of sports including hockey, golf, tennis, basketball and bouldering.
Cody’s rehabilitation philosophy revolves around patient-centered care. Each person who enters rehabilitation has different goals, whether it be returning to high performance sport or keeping up with grandkids. Using a variety of functional screening tools, manual therapies, acupuncture, sports taping techniques and exercise prescription, Cody can design a rehabilitation program that helps his patients attain their goals and also take an active role in preventing future injuries.
Jay is a graduate from Trillium College and is registered with the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario. Jay spent two years at McMaster University where he was recruited to play for the Varsity football team in 2009. After getting injured himself and changing career paths, Jay spent the next four years devoting himself to healing others through functional exercise and therapeutic massage.
Jay has dedicated himself to understanding the human body and becoming a well-rounded therapist. As a former high-level athlete, Jay understands how important it is to have a well understood prehab and rehab regimen. Through his personal experience with training and massage therapy, he has acquired the knowledge to help people of all ages and all body types. Jay has also developed self-care treatment methods for injuries using rollers, lacrosse balls and bands. His focus is on effectively creating long lasting treatment benefits for his patients.
Jay continuously adds to his ‘tool belt’ of therapeutic skills. He currently practices techniques such as Cupping, myofascial release therapy, joint mobilization, trigger point therapy, deep-tissue or Sports Massage and more. Jay believes a mixture of therapeutic massage as well as functional training skills allows patients to work and move at the highest possible level, and achieve the results they desire.