I have an insatiable appetite for knowledge, and always question the status quo. Drop the dogma!
I think that we have way more power to change our bodies and minds in positive ways than we ever give ourselves credit for, and my work endeavors to help people realize this innate power.
Do you need some help, but can't see me in-person?
No problem. The wonderful world of technology allows us to connect from wherever we are in the world. Maybe you are looking for some guidance with a movement issue or pain relief. Or you're a practitioner looking for some guidance, continuing education or help with a client/patient.
Online consultations are an easy, effective way to get those things done NOW. You're just a click away. ⬇️
I travel to treat and teach; treating mostly in Nova Scotia, Southern Ontario and Alberta. If you would like to work with me, I would be happy to discuss when and how, whether that is in-person or online.
While massage therapy has been my main professional title for about 20 years now, you will not come in to see me and experience a "typical" massage. Not that there's anything wrong with that, it's just not where I think we can create the greatest change. If you are ready to make some big shifts, I am here to help you. It will take work - for both of us - but the results will be nothing short of amazing. That being said, if you really just want a chill out and relax kinda treatment, who am I to tell you what your body needs?
If you're a therapist, and you're feeling stuck, I'm also here to help you.
A bit more about me....
My favorite exercise to do is the bench press because mine is pretty impressive and it feeds my ego - working on that.
I love the sound of waves crashing against the shore.
I would love to spend a day sitting in the brains of Thomas Wells, Gray Cook, any one of my students, Alex Grey, Kathy Dooley, and Stephen Hawking.
I would love to spend a day in the body of The Rock, Jay Cutler (Previous Mr. O, not the football player), and Kortney Olson.
When I have 30 minutes of free time, you can find me indulging in sleazy reality TV (guilty), an almond croissant & coffee, or spending that time somewhere there is open water (saltwater preferably)
One of the hardest times I've had was living with a disc injury, awaiting surgery. It was also an experience that taught me the most about myself. I learned both how stupid and strong I am, and that I needed to earn my strength the right way.
The best part about waking up is that feeling of anticipation and excitement for what is to come.
One person I am most proud of is my little brother. He didn't have it easy figuring out his path as a kid, but he has really built a wonderful life for himself now. I wish I had some of his strengths.