A registered massage therapist (RMT) assesses and treats musculature issues. By addressing specific points, RMTs can help alleviate the discomfort associated with headaches, repetitive strain injuries, backaches, athletic injuries, and more.
RMT services include (but are not limited to):
- deep tissue massage
- craniosacral therapy
- Tibetan acupressure
- sports massage
- injury prevention and rehabilitation
If you have never experienced a massage with an RMT, you’re in for a great experience. Treating musculature issues isn’t about relaxation. It’s about addressing the issues that hinder your mobility, productivity, and enjoyment of life.
Meet Our Registered Massage Therapists
About Andrew Chapman
Andrew Chapman has been a practicing RMT since 2000. With the use of traditional therapeutic and relaxation massage based on Swedish massage principles, Andrew customizes treatments for each individual to help their body relax and encourage the healing process.
Andrew is trained in craniosacral therapy (CST), Tibetan acupressure, hot stone massage therapy (this requires 7 days’ notice), lymphatic drainage, rotator cuff & scapular stretch, and atlas & axis dysfunction to name a few.
About Amber Henry
Amber is a dedicated, thorough, and effective registered massage therapist. Since graduating in 2011, she has built a successful practice through her attention to detail, unmatched client care, and by providing effective treatments and remedial exercise plans to obtain the optimal outcome for her clients. Amber uses her experience, knowledge, and client assessment to provide the best treatment for her clients. She treats conditions such as whiplash, frozen shoulder, tendonitis, strains, and piriformis syndrome (Pseudo-sciatica).
Amber is trained to provide Swedish, pregnancy, deep tissue, and rehabilitation massage. She works with her clients to empower and encourage them to take control of their health.
About Sarah Gauthier
Sarah earned her advanced diploma in massage therapy from Algonquin College. She has worked as a physiotherapy aide and is trained in a number of health care electronics such as ultrasound, interferential current therapy (IFC), and muscle stimulation. She uses her in-depth knowledge of the body to create treatments that provide relief from pain and discomfort and help to minimize the risk of injury. Sarah’s specialty is working with runners and individuals with spinal imbalances.
Sarah is a member of the College of Massage Therapists and the Registered Massage Therapists Association of Ontario. She also graduated from Carleton University in 2011 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology.
Whether you need to alleviate pain and/or discomfort or just want to relax, contact us today to book an appointment with a Carleton Place registered massage therapist.