Samantha has always had a compassionate and patient nature, and coupled with her interest in human anatomy and physiology, Massage Therapy was an easy career choice. She graduated from Canadian College of Massage & Hydrotherapy in May 2018. While in school, she had the opportunity to provide caring touch and therapeutic massage to individuals with chronic conditions such as multiple sclerosis, acquired brain injuries, cerebral palsy, and vertigo, among others. She utilizes a variety of techniques such as fascial release, manual lymphatic drainage, joint mobilizations, trigger point therapy, and proprioception to increase the effectiveness of her treatments. Samantha believes that the body is in its most natural healing state when relaxed and given time to recover. In her opinion, the current lifestyle that the average person lives doesn’t allow time for the body to rehabilitate and catch up to the severe emotional and physical stressors that are placed upon it. Samantha’s goal is to provide exceptional client care, safety, and a sense of empowerment to everyone that she works with while giving them the tools and knowledge they need to meet, exceed, and maintain their well-being goals.