Massage is the practice of soft tissue manipulations
– including muscles, tendons and ligaments with
physical, functional and in some cases psychological
purposes and goals.
The massage therapist has specific aims for each
patient and uses different techniques of massage to attain those goals.
Massage is generally used to help manage stress, but
also to relieve recurring ache, spasms and
headaches; assist in healing in certain post
surgical procedures; pregnancy and also helps in
relieving symptoms of chronic neurological diseases.
Kelleigh Hamilton is a Canadian trained Registered Massage Therapist (RMT), with an Honors B.Sc. in Kinesiology (the science of human movement) and a 2 year post-graduate diploma in massage therapy from the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy. She has completed her 5-year dipolma in Osteopathy from the Swiss International College of Osteopathy. Kelleigh has extensive experience in therapeutic, medical, and sports massage in Canada, the U.S., and Switzerland. Kelleigh is trained in the techniques of deep tissue, active release, neuromuscular, cranial sacral, trigger point, and sport therapy. She has worked with world class and Olympic athletes.