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Nancy Marr R.M.T.

After graduating from massage therapy college, and receiving my registration in September 1998, I have devoted myself to providing the best care possible to my patients. I want to help empower people to recover from injury and manage the physical side of stress. I have a special interest in helping patients navigate through their pain. As a Registered Massage Therapist, I believe in working with you to achieve the best outcome possible. I use a variety of modalities and techniques individual to each person, to better reach their treatment goals. These techniques may include bamboo fusion, stretching, and joint mobilizations. Rehabilitation and pain relief have always been the focus of my practice. I have taken an advanced course in Temporomandibular joint disorders, as well as, hot bamboo massage and DNM. I am happy to be joining the team at Ki Massage. I look forward to seeing you all there.

Amy O'Neill R.M.T.

Amy graduated from the Massage Therapy course at Lambton college after moving to Sarnia from the small town of Thamesville. She spent most of her young life helping out with her family business, and is pleased to be able to continue bringing happiness to the community through massage. Amy enjoys the natural approach of massage, as well as working one-on-one with her clients to give them individual attention and find out what they need to return to a less stressful, less painful, or less restricted lifestyle.

Amy is adept in treatments to help ailments ranging from general aches and pains to more specific tendonitis and sciatic pain. She enjoys working as a team with her clients to help them return to an active lifestyle. She has an insatiable curiosity for the "why" in life and this fuels her research and continuing education in her field. Finding the solution to your physical wellness is her number one priority.

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Lynette Newhook, R.M.T.

Lynette studied at Lambton College and graduated in 2008. After completing her studies she returned home to Newfoundland where she gained experience in a variety of settings including physiotherapy clinics and spa environments. Lynette has also received certificates in both soft tissue release and cupping massage.

She has been practicing in Newfoundland for the last 13 years and has now returned to the town that captured her heart. She is excited by the opportunity to expand her knowledge in the health and wellness field and continue on with the journey where it started.

In her spare time, Lynette enjoys spending time with her family, gardening, cooking, and enjoying nature.

Ann Simpson R.M.T.

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