Amy has planted her roots in the beautiful Annapolis Valley with her family. She has formal training as a Personal Care Worker in long-term care facilities and in-home care. Manual therapies have always been a passion of hers since high school, as an athlete and as a volunteer. After a lengthy hiatus focusing on raising her family, she decided to return to school. In March of 2018, Amy graduated with a diploma as a Registered Massage Therapist from the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
Even though Amy is new to the profession, she has found herself drawn to the body mechanics of massage; restoring functionality, maintaining mobility, and relieving pain and discomfort. Since she joined us, she has taken courses in Posture and Movement (Kinetic Chain), Breathing and Movement (IAP), Myofascial Gua Sha (use of stone or wood tools), Rapid Neuro Fascial Release (lower and upper body), and she has plans to continue enhancing her skills.
Amy specializes in Myofascial Release, Neuro Fascial Release, Muscle Energy Techniques, IAP (breathing and movement assessments and strengthening), and Therapeutic Exercises.
You can find Amy at the clinic or providing mobile services at long-term care facilities or traveling to do home visits.
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