OWNER - REGISTERED MASSAGE THERAPIST
Charity graduated from the prestigious Sutherland-Chan Massage School and Teaching Clinic in 2003. She has been licensed by the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario under the Regulated Health Professions Act, and is a member of the Registered Massage Therapy Association of Ontario since 2003.
Charity has developed her own techniques and methods of massage therapy based on her years of experience and theoretical knowledge. She specializes in common office work injuries, head and spinal cord injuries, sports injuries and medical illnesses such as stroke, arthritis and osteoporosis.
Her clientele ranges from children, bodybuilders, weekend warriors, professional atheletes and the elderly. All of Charity's clients can personally guarantee that she is a major part in their transformation towards better health and wellness.
Philosophy of Care
"It is my belief that to attain optimal benefits from massage therapy, the client and therapist must work together as a team to achieve the goals laid out by the client. The client-therapist relationship is one of clear communication, absolute trust and honesty on both parts if the goals are to be reached."
"The Mandate of this clinic is to encourage people of all ages to embark upon a lifestyle that nurtures wellness and achieves a long lasting state of good health."
What is Massage Therapy?
Massage Therapy is the assessment and treatment of soft tissues (muscles, tendons, ligaments) and joints of the body. Once considered a luxury, massage therapy is now recognized as a highly effective therapy for injury rehabilitation, pain reduction, and enhancing wellness.
Research has shown that Massage Therapy elicits significant physiological effects on the circulatory, musculoskeletal, lymphatic and nervous systems.
Massage Therapy is a health profession governed by the Ministry of Health under the Regulated Health Professions Act. Massage Therapists must be registered with the College of Massage Therapists upon completion of a 2,200 hour training program and the practical and written provincial exams managed by them.
The College of Massage Therapists of Ontario has set out clear guidelines and regulations to ensure that you will be receiving the highest level of quality care through yearly peer and self assessments and mandatory continuing education units. The College is in place to protect and enforce the rights of the public within the realm of massage therapy.
The rights of each client will be respected under provisions set out in the Ontario Consent to Treatment Act of 1992. Your authorization in writing will be required before any confidential information is released.