YMT

Wednesday, January 25, 2017

Lauren(Nicole) Holborn, RMT


Lauren(Nicole) Holborn, RMT, studied massage therapy in beautiful Thunder Bay Ontario 
at Everest College. She is skilled in various Swedish massage and advanced massage techniques including myofascial release, lymphatic drainage massage, and Thai massage. Lauren's style is a unique blend of myofascial release techniques, Swedish massage and Thai methods using "specific pressure" rather than overly deep pressure. Lauren caters her massage treatments to her clients’ individual needs, personalizing treatment techniques and offering home care based upon each person’s unique needs. Lauren believes maintaining balance and health includes healthy choices for mind body and soul wellness. She is an avid supporter of not only massage but yoga, mindfulness meditation and healthy diet to further promote personal and collective health.
  Lauren is passionate about incorporating massage therapy as a part of the injury rehab and wellness programs of her patients, and is dedicated to creating a positive difference through her treatments.

Wednesday, February 3, 2016

Kanako Koga , RMT


Kanako, originally from Japan, earned a Bachelor of Commerce degree in her birthplace and
moved to Toronto in 2009. She completed a 3 year Massage Therapy Program at Centennial College and became a Registered Massage Therapist in Ontario.

Kanako has first-hand knowledge of the benefits of massage therapy since she required extensive care due to having been in a car accident when she was 18 years old. Her injuries included a depressed skull fracture and concussion, and suffered from a severe whiplash injury. Kanako was introduced to a massage therapist who devoted her time and energy to ensure Kanako’s full and complete recovery.
This experience triggered Kanako’s passion for learning about massage therapy. Today, she pursues a passion for becoming more knowledgeable in her field by improving her current techniques and learning new ones.  

Kanako’s techniques include Swedish massage, lymphatic work, myofascial release, trigger point therapy, hydrotherapy and rhythmic mobilization. She has also treated people with a variety of pathological conditions including ALS, post-stroke, respiratory diseases, fractures, arthritis, fibromyalgia and PTSD.  As a therapist, she is dedicated and passionate about providing the best treatment possible with patience and utmost care in every session.



Wednesday, July 1, 2015

Lauren Nemes, RMT, BSc.

Lauren is a graduate of Sutherland-Chan School of Massage Therapy and is a member of the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario as well as the Registered Massage Therapists’ Association of Ontario.


Originally from Montreal, Lauren moved to Toronto upon completing her undergraduate degree in Exercise Science to pursue her true passion; Massage Therapy. During her time at Sutherland-Chan, Lauren had the opportunity to participate in several specialty clinics where she treated seniors, pregnant women, stroke survivors, breast cancer survivors and pre and post-operative patients in the thoracic surgery ward at the Toronto General Hospital.

In her treatments, Lauren incorporates techniques and modalities such as general swedish techniques, myofascial release, rhythmic and joint mobilizations, muscle energy techniques, lymphatic drainage, scar manipulation, cupping therapy and hot stone massage. She tailors her treatments around her clients’ needs and goals and strives to achieve them one massage at a time.

Sunday, April 5, 2015

Josef Pittman RMT

Josef Pittman is a registered massage therapist who was born and raised in Toronto. He graduated in 2014 from the 2200hr Massage Therapy program at Medix College of Healthcare and is in good standing with the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario (CMTO).

Josef is experienced in treating all ranges of clients in different stages of healing. He is competent in all Swedish styles of massage, deep tissue massage, myofascial release and treating every day aches and pains from headaches to overall muscle tension. He is committed to continue to learn and grow in the massage profession.

Josef's philosophy of practice is to treat each client as an individual using massage therapy to reduce tension and stress in order to enable better function be it a work or play.

Monday, September 23, 2013

Tinika Coleman RMT

Hi, my name is Tinika and I am a graduate from Centennial College. Since I was in High School I always knew that I wanted to be in a profession that was in the health care field. As the start of college drew closer, I was stuck between the choices of becoming a Nurse or a Registered Massage Therapist. I found that pursuing Massage Therapy was my true passion.

During treatment I use Swedish techniques, deep tissue techniques, myofascial techniques, trigger point therapy, lymphatic drainage, frictioning, PNF stretching, and joint mobilizations.Recently, in 2016 I have also taken continued education courses to learn about the use and benefits of cupping therapy for overall health wellness and the huge affect is has on the lymphatic system , detoxifying the body and fascial restrictions. Cupping therapy is a very beneficial yet a very different treatment from regular massage in that it uses de-compressive methods with lifting and pulling the structures creating space, rather than compressing the tissue. Also, I have been educated on the use and benefits of reflexology massage.  During treatment I always make sure to work within the comfort levels of my client and constantly check in with the pressure applied. Seeing the results and how much I help my clients throughout their everyday body stresses is greatly rewarding to me.

I enjoy working with the clients to achieve their goals and help incorporate the home care provided as best as possible to accommodate their everyday lifestyles.


I always have a positive attitude and I am very enthusiastic to meet new people and learn new skills while growing in this profession as a Massage Therapist.

Thursday, June 13, 2013

As an RMT I am grateful for my ability to improve the quality of life for my clients whether it be reducing or eliminating chronic or acute pain, increasing range of motion for better functionality or athletic performance, reduction of tension and stress or working through other areas of concern.

I specialize in treating postural dysfunction and related tension, rehabilitating chronic injuries, headaches, nerve compression syndromes, prenatal and athletic massage.

I often use a combination of deeper Swedish techniques, myofascial, Trigger Point treatment, joint mobilizations and stretch.

As a graduate of the acclaimed Sutherland-Chan School and Teaching Clinic, I am also a member in good standing with the Collage of Massage Therapists of Ontario and a member of the Registered Massage Therapists Association of Ontario.

Wednesday, June 12, 2013



My Name is Ling. I have two years of experience in several clinics, working with doctors of naturopathy and chiropractor.    As required by RMT regulation, I have completed 2200 hours of studying anatomy, physiology, pathology, physical assessment. My training has prepared me to assess my client’s requirements on an individual basis and perform the necessary techniques that best meet their needs.

Certifications 
--- Cranial Sacral Therapy from Upledger Institute International, For: 
Headaches /migraines, chronic fatigue, TMJ dysfunction, Stress and tension related problems, Ear Infection and more.      
--- Certificate in pregnancy massage from Trimesters Massage Therapy Education, For:  Low back pain, Sciatic pain, Stress, Cramping, Constipation, swelling in face, hands, and ankles .          

I am also knowledgeable in Acupuncture, enhancing my competency in Chinese Cupping Massage (for chronic pain), Reflexology and Acupressure. I also practice Manual Lymphatic Drainage to treat many conditions such as breast cancer and other secondary lymph edema (swelling), pre/post Plastic Surgery, and Sinus Congestion.  I give clients knowledge on how to help with their situation and also with preventative techniques to further enhance their day to day activities. I love my career. I am greatly satisfied to see clients benefit from my treatment. I feel lucky to help improve my clients’ health and well-being.

I would be honored to be part of your path to better health and look forward to seeing you for a treatment.