What is Massage Therapy? A massage therapist is a trained medical professional who specialises in treatment of the soft tissues of the body, including muscles, tendons, ligaments, fascia and skin. Massage therapists use varying degrees of pressure and movement in their treatments.
Massage therapy is a part of integrative medicine, and is offered alongside other medical treatments. It may be used to treat a wide range of medical conditions, such as sports injuries; motor vehicle accident injuries; back and neck pain; stress/tension reduction related to work/home, cancer, heart disease, stomach problems or fibromyalgia and improved immune function.
Christina C. Lee, R.M.T. Registered Massage Therapist
Chris graduated from Kikkawa College in 1993, and joined Summerhill Health Centre upon graduation. Chris also worked at Kikkawa College as a Teaching Assistant in the Science Department for 3 years following graduation. Chris takes a whole body, comprehensive approach to massage therapy. She treats a wide variety of conditions, from repetitive postural strains, sports injuries, neck and back pain and extremity injuries. Chris loves to hike, kayak, attend spin and TRX class and being outside. She is also a big wine and cooking enthusiast. She enjoys spending time with her partner and dog.
Hours: Tuesday- Saturday 10am-7pm
Kurt Townshend, R.M.T. Registered Massage Therapist
Kurt graduated from Sutherland Chan School of Massage Therapy in 1991. He joined Summerhill Health Centre upon graduation. Kurt takes a versatile, open-minded approach to massage therapy. His primary focus is sports massage, rehabilitation and relaxation. Kurt enjoys spending time with his wife, son and dogs. He also enjoys workout out at the gym and is an avid hockey player.