Meet Our Team of Registered Practitioners

Christianne Mann-Caskie – RMT

Christianne is the owner and clinic manager of Bodyworks RMT. After obtaining a degree in social psychology from the University of Guelph, she decided to pursue her interest in the healthcare industry and became a registered massage therapist in 2010. Christianne divides her time managing the clinic and treating patients,  all while raising her young and busy family.

Cathy Signoretta – RMT

Cathy graduated from Centennial College in 2007 where she completed her diploma in Massage Therapy. She is registered with the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario.

Cathy is trained in Swedish Massage, Pregnancy and Prenatal Massage, Sports Massage, Reiki and also specializes in Deep Tissue Massage and Trigger Point Therapy. As an experienced therapist, her good listening, critical thinking and practical skills are a great asset in providing clients with the appropriate treatment plan.

Bethany Foster – RMT

Bethany is a 2015 graduate of the Humber Massage Therapy program where she has obtained her advanced diploma. Bethany is a firm believer in holistic health care and utilizes her knowledge and abilities to educate her patients. She has a passion for the caring and well being of others, and focuses her treatment style on rehabilitative therapeutic massage.

Bethany’s treatment style includes sports massage, trigger point therapy, myo-fascial release, pre-natal and infant massage therapy, treatment of chronic tension headache, and other musculoskeletal traumas. In her spare time, Bethany enjoys singing, exercising, and spending time with her family.

Samantha Smith – RMT

Samantha is interested in helping her patients achieve a sense of balance through self-care. She graduated from the Canadian College of Massage & Hydrotherapy where she became equipped to understand, assess, and treat various conditions and injuries. With patience, she listens to her patients concerns and uses slow and deliberate pressure to soothe aches and pains while releasing long-standing fascial restrictions and tension in the body.

Samantha also has advanced training in prenatal and pediatric massage therapy – because mommies and children alike need space in their day for quiet & calm to be the best they can be! Her goal is to create a relaxing space where her patients have a chance to breathe and become present and in control of their own health and wellbeing.

Emily De Silva – RMT

Emily is a positive and energetic massage therapist with a passion for healing the human body. She is a graduate of the Ontario College of Health and Technology where she pursued her passion for massage therapy and graduated with Honours. Emily has always strived for a career where she can use her knowledge and skills to help people recover and restore their bodies. She works with the nervous system and uses a variety of techniques that are focused on inducing a state of relaxation and reducing muscle tension. She approaches massage therapy with patience, intuition, and empathy, and focuses on each patient’s individual needs.

She is always striving towards her own highest levels of personal wellness through yoga, meditation, and fitness, and enjoys reading and learning about all things self-care. Her knowledge of these topics combined with her qualifications as a massage therapist enable her to incorporate things like breathing, stretching, and muscle strengthening into her integrated approach to client care.

Laura Dawkins – RMT

Laura was first introduced to the mind-body connection when obtaining her Honors degree in Psychology and Education. She later graduated from Eastern College in Fredericton, NB in 2018.  She immediately loved being apart of client’s meaningful physical and mental self-care. She is happy to offer a compassionate touch to soothe symptoms of conditions such as whiplash, frozen shoulder, sciatica, sprains/strains, carpal tunnel as well as daily wear and tear on the body.

An important part of her practice is educating clients of postural imbalances, remedial exercise, and general home care to empower clients to take charge of their path to recovery. Typically treating using a combination of soothing General Swedish Massage with deeper techniques within your comfort, she looks forward to helping you feel both rested and centered.

Kerri McKenzie – RMT

Kerri graduated with a BSc in Psychology and Exceptionality in Human Learning from U of T. She then went on to pursue studies in Education before becoming a registered teacher. Returning to school to pursue her dream career as an RMT seemed like the right thing to do. She graduated with honors in 2010 from the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy. Kerri has worked in both therapeutic and spa settings. With this experience her treatment technique is a balance between therapeutic and relaxation. Some of her modalities include Swedish Massage, Trigger point therapy, Hot Stone Massage and Prenatal Massage. In her free time, Kerri enjoys spending time with her two children, gardening and walking her dog Cooper.

Taryn Jay – RMT

Taryn is passionate about Massage Therapy and its positive effect on a person’s physical and emotional well-being. Graduating from the Canadian College of Massage & Hydrotherapy (CCMH), her treatment style is a balance of therapeutic, relaxing, and rehabilitative techniques.

Focusing on providing the best care possible, Taryn customizes each treatment based on individual needs and strives to create a warm, inviting, and relaxing atmosphere where people can heal both their body and mind.

“I love being a Registered Massage Therapist! Working one-on-one with people and helping them to feel better is such a pleasure!”– Taryn Jay

Nicholas Turco – RMT

Nick completed an advanced diploma in Massage Therapy in 2014. He also has a diploma in fitness and health promotion. His background in sports and fitness training allows him to use his knowledge and experience to implement an effective treatment plan.

Nick’s treatment style encompasses deeper tissue techniques and methods to therapeutically rehab chronic injuries and ailments. Nick believes that Massage Therapy and patient education are important in reaching his patients’goals. In his spare time, he enjoys reading a good book, listening to podcasts and exercising.

Dr. Graeme Copeland – Chiropractor

Dr. Copeland graduated from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in 2014 with a Doctor of Chiropractic degree. Prior to CMCC, he graduated with honours from McMaster University with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology.

While studying at CMCC Dr. Copeland furthered his education becoming a certified Active Release Technique® provider. In addition to his ART® certification Dr. Copeland has also completed his medical acupuncture training through McMaster University’s Contemporary Medical Acupuncture program. Using a combination of diversified chiropractic, active release, medical acupuncture and active rehabilitation, Dr. Copeland is able to provide the most comprehensive care for his patients.

When not at work, you can find Dr. Copeland spending time with his beautiful wife relaxing or enjoying outdoor activities. An avid sports fan, Dr. Copeland still finds time to stay active himself playing baseball and hockey along with many other sports.

Karley McGarr – Office Manager & Lead Administrator

Karley is a graduate of Mohawk College with a diploma in Early Childhood Education. Karley has experience working with children in a private registered daycare as well as in kindergarten classrooms with the Wellington Catholic District School Board.

Karley has an outgoing and caring personality and is committed to a healthy lifestyle through diet and exercise. Karley remains committed to her family and friends and looks forward to bringing that same commitment to the Bodyworks family and clients!