Our Practitioners

Kelly Barnes, RMT
Kelly Barnes is a Registered Massage Therapist (RMT), in good standing with the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario and also a member of the Registered Massage Therapists Association of Ontario. Kelly is a believer in overall wellness and feels strongly that Massage Therapy has major benefits for the body, mind, and soul. After a full assessment, including an analysis of posture and potential muscle imbalances, Kelly formulates a treatment for the specific needs of each individual. Using a combination of fascia and muscle release, deep tissue, Swedish techniques, joint play, trigger point therapy and facilitated stretching, Kelly creates a personalized treatment for each client to help alleviate specific symptoms, find the source of dysfunction and aims to educate clients on how to avoid injury in the future. Kelly has also taken additional training in Perinatal massage via the Trimesters: Perinatal Professional Development Course and has experience working with Moms to be as well as brand new Moms. Kelly looks forward to meeting you and helping you achieve your wellness goals!


Amanda Hart-Evans, RMT

Amanda believes in one on one communication with patients to build a therapeutic relationship. Her treatment evolves from patient-centered care and she creates unique and individualized treatment plans to obtain goals for carrying out daily activities. Amanda has an active approach to care by educating her patients about massage and remedial exercise so they play a role in their treatments in order to maintain and prolong results. Her practice applies a combination of relaxation and therapeutic methods to relieve Chronic and Acute Pain and Musculoskeletal Injuries. Her interests include Deep Tissue Massage, Trigger Point Therapy, Pre and Post Natal Massage, Breast Massage, Infancy Massage, and application of Hydrotherapy techniques. Amanda has completed training as a Doula and Labour Support Provider for pregnant women. She has also obtained her full certification for Combined Decongestive Therapy using Dr. Vodder’s Manual Lymphatic Drainage techniques. Amanda is working towards a Yoga Teacher Certification by March 2018.


Jennifer Nicol, RHN
Jennifer was initially introduced to yoga over 10 years ago to complement and counter-balance weight training. It was during Jennifer’s training at the Canadian School of Natural Nutrition that she fully learned the wealth of holistic health benefits yoga has to offer. As a Registered Holistic Nutritionist, it is necessary to not only offer advice specifically related to nutrition but to also recommend clients include regular exercise, stress management, self-inquiry and meditation into their lifestyle. For these and many other reasons, Jennifer strongly recommends some form of yoga practice to many of her clients.