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Massage Therapists at Price Health
Pauline Vanstone, RMT
Since graduating in 2005, Pauline has continued to develop her techniques through additional training which allows her to offer treatments specific to the needs of her clients. Her treatments incorporate Swedish techniques, deep tissue work, stretching, trigger point release and myofascial release.
Trained in Myofascial Release
During 2015 Pauline completed three advanced level Myofascial Release courses (level 1, 2 and pelvis) instructed by John F. Barnes. John is an internationally recognized physical therapist, lecturer, author, and the leading authority on Myofascial Release. The focus of Myofascial Release is to treat the cause of the problem to eliminate the symptoms and holding patterns, in order to make permanent structural changes to help you return to a pain free, active lifestyle.
Choosing Massage Therapy
Pauline chose to pursue a career in Massage Therapy because it allows her to combine her interests in working on the human body with her passion for helping people achieve a pain free healthy life. It is also important to Pauline to provide her clients with a safe and comfortable environment. She strongly believes in continuing her education in order to stay current on innovative and effective musculoskeletal treatment techniques in order to treat a wide variety of conditions.
- John F. Barnes Myofascial Release Level 1,2 & pelvis
- Massage Therapy and Migraines
- Massage Therapy and Posture
- Soft Tissue Release for the Diaphragm
- Upper Body Fascial Release
Mackenzie Korb, RMT
From a young age, Mackenzie has always been very interested in an active lifestyle. Participating in several high level sports, his athletic focus led him to a degree in Kinesiology. In 2014, Mackenzie graduated with honours from the Kinesiology program at the University of Ontario Institute of Technology.
Deciding to augment his education to better serve the public, he then attended the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy in Cambridge. Now practicing as an RMT, Mackenzie applies the knowledge base from both sources to provide a positive experience and well rounded care. As a therapist, Mackenzie constantly strives to deliver the best care with progressive outcomes using a variety of techniques.