Anne-Marie Young, R.M.T./Owner
Anne-Marie Young, Registered Massage Therapist (R.M.T.) is the proprietor of East Windsor Massage Therapy Clinic and has been a R.M.T. since graduating from The College of Health, Science and Technology School in Windsor in September, 2004. As a R.M.T. Anne-Marie's priority is to help her clients reach their optimum health. Always wanting to learn new skills to help her become a well rounded massage therapist. Anne-Marie, as the owner of East Windsor Massage Therapy Clinic, enjoys working with such a great group of Registered Massage Therapists that always keeps the clients' needs in mind.
Roxanne Villanueva, B.H.K., R.M.T.
Roxy graduated with honours in Human Kinetics, from the University of Windsor in 2007; she majored in Movement Science and minored in Psychology. With her extensive background in anatomy, physiology, and biology, Roxy excelled in the Massage and Hydrotherapy Program at the Canadian College of Health, Science, and Technology. She completed this program in 2009 and immediately began her career as a Registered Massage Therapist.
In order to provide each client with optimal care, Roxy is continuously expanding her knowledge, skills, and experience. She has had additional training in deep tissue massage, sport massage, hot stone massage, Indie/Indian head massage, myofascial release, Thai massage, and Thai hot stem massage (body and facial).
For clients that are interested in prenatal massage, Roxy offers the use of a pregnancy pillow. This pillow is specifically designed to allow the client to lay comfortably on her stomach, instead of the traditional side-lying position. With a removable abdominal pillow, it provides the ultimate support and space during each of the various stages of pregnancy.
Roxy is able to utilize a wide variety of specialized techniques to help offer condition-specific treatments to each of her clients. She has worked exclusively out of our Jefferson location and is always accepting new clients.
|Meaghan Reimneitz, R.M.T.|
Meaghan has been an R.M.T since November of 2011. She graduated from C.C.H.S.T here in Windsor. She enjoys her work and the differences that she makes to her clients young and not so young. As a mother to five growing boys she knows how beneficial massage therapy can be for children. From infant massage, that soothes the baby's developing muscles and can assist in regulating sleep patterns. To tapotement treatments to allow those with breathing problems, as well as those under age six unable to take cough and cold medications, to loosen and remove excess mucus from their lungs. As well as the active children or stressed out teens who would like to maintain their physical and mental well being. She welcomes and treats all of her clients as individuals and will always make sure they get the most beneficial response from their treatment.
Catherine Haddad, R.M.T.
Catherine Haddad, Registered Massage Therapist (R.M.T.), first graduated from the University of Waterloo with an honours B.Sc. and spent many years involved with scientific research. After deciding to pursue a new career that would help people one-on-one, Catherine chose Massage Therapy and graduated from the Canadian College of Health, Science and Technology at the top of her class. She has been in practice since July 2012 and has experience working with situations including pregnancy, chronic pain, injury rehabilitation, fibromyalgia, muscle strain, sciatic symptoms, plantar fasciitis and tension headaches. She uses techniques such as classic Swedish massage, deep tissue, PNF and trigger point release. Catherine has also taken extra training in Thermal Palms, Indie Head and Hot Stone Massage. She welcomes new clients and wants to help them achieve their health, wellness and relaxation goals through Massage Therapy.
Yvonne Brusse, R.M.T.
Coming from a holistic "whole body" health perspective; Yvonne practices massage with an attunement to her clients' emotional connections with their physical self.
She will work with you to relieve the muscle tension associated with mental and physical stress; as well as to assist you in regaining your movement and flexibility in restricted areas of your body. She uses various methods in order to do this--and her treatments are each specific to the client's individual needs.
Yvonne Brusse; (RMT) graduated in 2011 from Canadian College of Health Science and Technology.
Her prior educational background also includes graduation with honours from Humber College's Ambulance and Emergency Care program and subsequent provincial EMCA (paramedic) certification.
Yvonne has a comprehensive understanding of the various muscular problems which can result from traumatic injury and stress/overuse.
Yvonne continues to further her education and her studies in the field of massage therapy. Her clients appreciate her attention to detail and her intuitive understanding of their individual needs.
|Bruce Robert Litt, R.M.T.|
Bruce graduated from the Canadian College of Health, Science and Technology school in Windsor earning the President's Award for the top marks in his class. With that extensive clinical training, Bruce offers a full range of Swedish Massage techniques for relaxation and therapeutic purposes. This approach can include Hydrotherapy, Trigger Point Release, Active Inhibition, and Joint Mobilizations along with soothing, invigorating massage. Bruce has trained extensively with John Barnes and specializes in the John F. Barnes Myofascial Release approach (MFR). Many painful chronic dysfunctional conditions can be relieved by the MFR approach. Check out the MFR description under Services - for more information about fascia.
Brandy High, R.M.T.
Brandy High, Registered Massage Therapist, RMT graduated from Canadian College of Health Science in 2013 and has been practicing since 2014. She is experienced in relaxation massage, deep tissue massage, prenatal massage and sports massage. She incorporates a variety of techniques such as Swedish, trigger point release, joint mobilizations, tapotement and stretching to help her clients achieve and maintain their goals. She has experience treating various conditions such as anxiety/stress, acute/chronic conditions and overuse injuries. Brandy enjoys working with all age groups and continues to learn new skills and techniques to provide her clients with an alternative and personal approach to health and wellness.
Jessica Lisinski, R.M.T.
Jessica Lisinski, Registered Massage Therapist (RMT), graduated from the Canadian College of Health, Science & Technology in 2011. She prides herself on helping clients regain and retain function in work, play and rest. By using both lighter relaxing techniques and deeper more specific techniques she has excelled at providing her clients with the proper massage their body requires. Her clients appreciate her attention to detail and her intuitive understanding of their individual needs. She specializes in deep tissue and can provide specialty treatments such as Ashiatsu and Hot Stone.
Virginia Blake, R.M.T.
Virginia Blake, Registered Massage Therapist (R.M.T.) graduated from the Canadian College of Health, Science and Technology in November of 2013., where she learned and now offers techniques such as: Relaxation Massage, Deep Tissue Massage, Fascial Techniques, Hydrotherapy, Prenatal Massage, Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation, Stretches. Virginia uses her skills to treat conditions such as general body pain, stress, strains, sprains, muscle cramps, headaches, migraines, arthritis, Fibromyalgia, Sciatica and tendonitis. Virginia formulates individual treatment plans for each client in order to help achieve and maintain optimal health.
Leah Duval, R.M.T.
Leah Duval has had a passion for massage therapy since she was a child. She has taken steps towards this career by studying the profession in high school, and working in a Massage Therapy clinic as an assistant to a R.M.T. . Shadowing an experienced Massage Therapist helped Leah excel at The Canadian College of Health, Science and Technology. After graduating in December of 2013, Leah has now begun her dream career here at East Windsor Massage. Leah is committed to excelling as a massage therapist and will continue to refine her skills to assist her diverse client base with a variety of treatments.
Leah Tritjak, R.M.T.
Leah Tritjak, Registered Massage Therapist (R.M.T.), graduated from the massage therapy program at Lambton College, Sarnia Ontario in 2011. She has been practising since November 2012.
It was always Leah's goal to work in health care. While attending Lambton College, she was able to experience working with different groups of the community. Working with infants to the elderly. Making sure each treatment plan is specific to individual needs.
Leah also has experience in treating multiple conditions such as tension headaches/migraines, overuse injuries, pre/postnatal, infant massage, trigger points, IT band syndrome, planter fasciitis, scoliosis, tendonitis and lymphedema.
Leah specializes in other modalities such as cupping massage and myofascial release. Which can be incorporated into your treatment plan if needed or upon request.
Leah truly enjoys being a Registered Massage Therapist and welcomes new clients. She looks forward to helping them attain their personal health and wellness objectives through therapeutic touch.
Kyla Hookey, R.M.T.
Kyla Hookey is an RMT who is licensed and in good standing with the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario since 2009. Over her years of practice, she has expanded her knowledge and skill-set to meet the demands of her patients, and has found a particular interest in myofascial and deep tissue work. Understanding that every body is different and needs vary, she is in tune with the styles of massage and variations in pressure applied to create the absolute ideal treatment every time. Whether clients prefer to unwind by conversing or by being completely silent, she is accustomed to letting the client lead so they may have the most comfortable atmosphere possible.
Kyla treats common conditions such as stress, strains, sprains, headaches, migraines, trigger points, scoliosis, plantar fasciitis, carpal tunnel syndrome, IT Band Syndrome, edema, frozen shoulder, rotator cuff injuries, tennis elbow, golfer's elbow, TMJ Dysfunction and many more. She also offers relaxing, yet therapeutic services year round such as Indie Head Massage and Thai Stem Hot Compress which can be applied to the body or the face. She offers Hot Stone Massage seasonally from October until May, during the colder months as it heats the room as well as the body.
Kyla has safely and effectively massaged children as young as seven years of age, and adults up to the age of ninety. She also has many years of experience performing prenatal and postnatal massage using safe, comfortable and effective positioning using the standard body pillow for side lying positions.
For the first five years of her career, Kyla worked at the Jefferson location East Windsor Massage Therapy Clinic, then relocated to the Barrie area for two years. While in Barrie, she was fortunate to work alongside a variety of health professionals such as Chiropractors, Physiotherapists, Athletic Therapists and even a Naturopathic Doctor, which further helped round out her experience and skills. Understanding the need to assist ageing family members, Kyla has since moved back to Windsor and it is her pleasure to have returned to the Jefferson East Windsor Massage Therapy Clinic.
|Natasha Gagnon, R.M.T|
Natasha Gagnon graduated from CDI College in Hamilton Ontario 2006. She has been Registered with the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario since 2008. Natasha specializes in deep tissue massage but also enjoys doing swedish and relaxation massage as well. She has incorporated a wide variety of modalities into her practice in her years of practice. Her most favourite modalities are Hot Bamboo Massage and Ashiatsu Massage. She takes pride in her work and enjoys mostly seeing patients leave the clinic more relaxed and happier after treatment.
|Jordan Rabideau, R.M.T|
Jordan Rabideau, Registered Massage Therapist Jordan is a graduate of the D'Arcy Lane Institute of Massage Therapy. Jordan has been in good standing with the College of Massage Therapists since 2011. He has a holistic approach to massage therapy, incorporating Eastern knowledge of Chinese meridians and assessment with Western concepts of the muscles, fascia, and deep tissue massage. By blending Eastern and Western approaches he can address the body as a whole. His treatments are both preventative and therapeutic with an emphasis on identifying underlying issues. He has also completed courses in Shiatsu and Anma Do therapy (Eastern style of massage and assessment). This ongoing education has improved his knowledge and acumen in an ancient and trusted form of healing.
Jordan also completed a 2 year Physiotherapist Assistant program and previously worked in Physiotherapist clinics and a fitness facility. This has given him an in-depth knowledge of anatomy and kinesiology that has functional applications. He now has a strong acumen for treating acute and chronic injuries of all types and has helped many athletes with rehabilitation from sports injuries.
|Aimée Charette, R.M.T |
Aimée graduated from Sutherland-Chan School & Teaching Clinic in Toronto, where she was chosen class valedictorian and recipient of Sutherland-Chan's Professional Clinics Award. She has been a practicing massage therapist since 2011. She returned to her hometown of Windsor in 2017. It is her deeply held belief that skillful massage therapy can support individuals in pain relief, stress reduction, relieving specific complaints and injuries, and often in feeling supported and cared for. Aimée can work within a wide variety of pressures and techniques, from deep to lighter, based on each person's preferences and needs. She has a talent for finding what clients call the right "spots" where they have been sore and tense. One of her areas of focus and continuing education is TMJ (jaw) therapeutic treatment. The jaw is a chronically unaddressed area of the body where stress can manifest through clenching and grinding. TMJ treatment can help address grinding, clicking, asymmetry, headaches and pain. Aimée also includes essential oils (aromatherapy) in her treatments free of additional charge, when desired. A comfortable therapeutic environment leads to the best results, so she puts care in selecting music, and attention to details that help you feel at ease. Her treatments are not chatty (unless a client enjoys talking!), she stays very focused and attuned to what her hands are feeling moment to moment. Aimée has experience working with people of all ages including children, teens and seniors. She has worked extensively with those living with anxiety, depression, and the LBGT community. Regardless of the reason for your visit, you can count on her to treat you as with care and attention to detail.
|Rae Sabbe, R.M.T.|
In 2008 Rae graduated from the University of Windsor's Human Kinetics program. After graduation Rae went on to study at Lambton College to finish the Massage Therapy program on the Dean's List in 2011. Rae has served as a Massage Therapist to clients of all ages since her registration with the College of Massage Therapy in 2011. She believes that Massage Therapy has something to offer everyone - from the remedy of a current injury to the relief of stress in a hectic modern age. By attending regular conferences and workshops Rae keeps her skills on the cutting-edge to provide the best experience for her clients.
|Erin Cummings, R.M.T.|
Erin Cummings, Registered Massage Therapist (R.M.T.) has been a Massage Therapist since graduating from D'Arcy Lane Institute in London, Ontario in 2000. With 17 years of experience behind her, she prides herself on helping clients regain and retain function in work, play, and rest. The type of massage she performs is both therapeutic and relaxing by combining deep and specific massage techniques along with relaxing techniques to target pain and injury and help return the client to the best possible health. She has extensive experience working with back and neck pain, pregnancy, sciatica, work related tension, headaches, repetitive strain, chronic stress and a variety of other conditions and maladies. She provides Swedish massage, deep tissue, trigger point therapy, joint mobilizations and hydrotherapy and will implement a home care program of stretching that will ensure the clients continued progress.
|Christopher Young, Owner|
Chris is not an RMT, but he has been with East Windsor Massage Clinics from day one. Originally working behind the scenes when there was only one clinic, Chris has enjoyed taking a more public role now that we have expanded. Being the manager Chris has a strong dedication to making sure the clinics run well and that the clients are always happy. Chris has worked at several high stress work environments, so at our clinics he prefers a relaxed and fun way of doing things. When you have a staff of therapists as professional and friendly as East Windsor Massage it's hard to even call it "work".