• Reflexology

  • Sports Massage Therapy 

  • Chronic musculoskeletal pain 

  • Acute muscular injuries

ABOUT US
Kim Van Dyk, RMT
Registered Massage Therapist

Kimberly graduated with an Advanced  Diploma of Massage Therapy from Centennial College in 2000. In her years as a massage therapist, Kimberly has worked in many differing fields of massage, from athletics, to rehab, to spa. Her diversification enables her to be able to treat from relaxation to deep tissue comfortably.  Her passion for alternative healthcare has directed her to further her education in this field by returning to school for Osteopathy.  Kimberly believes that massage is crucial for an overall sense of wellbeing for her clients, be it to alleviate pain, help with an injury, decrease stress and increase relaxation.  She looks forward to working with her clients to increase the effectiveness of your time together.

Services Offered By Our Massage Therapists
Stefania DiNoto, RMT
Registered Massage Therapist

Stefania graduated with a diploma in massage therapy from Elmcrest College in 2012.  Stefania is an intuitive therapist who enjoys utilizing various techniques including deep tissue massage, lymphatic drainage, and trigger point therapy.  She has extensive experience in treating people suffering from numerous health concerns including sports/orthopaedic injuries, scar tissue, frozen shoulder, scoliosis, carpal tunnel syndrome, and thoracic outlet syndrome.  One of her specialties is working with clients suffering from temporomandibular joint (TMJ) dysfunction.  Stefania's treatment philosophy includes educating her clients with proper home care to ensure that the treatment continues off the table. Outside of massage therapy, Stefania enjoys Yoga, playing the guitar and delving into the culinary side of things.  Stefania’s hours include Tuesdays through Fridays, as well as occasional Saturdays over the summer months. 

Lisa Johnston, RMT
Registered Massage Therapist

In 2010 Lisa graduated from the University of Guelph, with honours in Sociology.  After a brief period in practice, Lisa quickly learned that her desire to help people was there, but in a different format.  In 2011 Lisa pursued this career path and enrolled at the Sutherland-Chan Massage Therapy and Teaching Clinic.  Having successfully graduated in June of 2013, Lisa has now been practicing for 3 years. Throughout her studies Lisa gained valuable experience working with seniors in palliative medicine at Princess Margaret Hospital and spinal cord injury patients at Lyndhurst Rehabilitation Facility.  Lisa has taken an interest in sports massage and reflexology with advanced post graduate training and looks forward to introducing it at Aurora Sports Medicine Professionals.  Lisa’s particular specialty is with deep tissue massage, trigger point release, myofascial release, sports massage, and lymphatic drainage.  In Lisa’s personal time she plays on two softball teams in the summer, enjoys travelling, going to the cottage, nature walks, photography, painting, dancing, writing poetry and swimming.

Sat Marway, RMT
Registered Massage Therapist

Sat graduated from the Royal Canadian College of Massage Therapy in 2012.

 

She emigrated from England in 2007. Having worked as a Sales Analyst Manager in a busy corporate world for many years, with deadlines, long hours seated at her desk and not much time for herself. She discovered massage therapy helped her reduce stress, promote circulation and maintain good health overall. Hence, massage therapy for relaxation, stress and muscular pain became a way of life for her. She soon realized the long-term physical and emotional benefits and so decided to learn more about the art of massage therapy for herself.

Sat has been an RMT for over 6 years with experience in both spa and clinic settings.  Her modalities include deep tissue massage, hot stone massage, myofascial release, Bioflex laser therapy, Table Thai massage, Indian head massage and Reiki levels 1 & 2.

 

Understanding that everyone is different, she feels it is important to listen, customise and plan long term maintenance for her clients. Home techniques and remedial exercises to assist with pain management in between treatments is vital to progress. She has built good long term relationships with clients who trust and benefit from her work.  

Nobleton Physiotherapy

13085 Highway 27, Unit 2 Nobleton, ON  L0G 1N0

 

Monday to Thursday: 8 A.M. - 7 P.M.

Friday: 8 A.M. - 6 P.M.

Saturday: 9 A.M. - 1 P.M. (Massage)

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