Registered Massage Therapist
My name is Thanh. I graduated with a diploma in Massage Therapy in 2016.
Growing up as a child, I played various sports such as badminton and volleyball, where I sustained numerous injuries. After being treated by numerous practitioners such as physiotherapists, registered massage therapists and chiropractors, it inspired me to want to contribute back to the community to help rehabilitate those in need.
My goal is to help individuals overcome injuries and allow them to return to their active lifestyle as soon as possible.
In my free time I enjoy playing volleyball, badminton and long bike rides with my family.
Registered Massage Therapist
I had always known i wanted to help people. Turns out it was to help them feel better! I chose massage because of my shear love for people. Through the massage therapy program at Westervelt (previously called Medix) I developed the skills to help me help my patients. Throughout my career I have gained strength, knowledge, determination, and different techniques to make sure my patients feel their absolute best. I definitely believe i have found the career for me.
Registered Massage Therapist
Naomi is a Registered Massage Therapist with the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario (CMTO). She completed her studies at the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy (CCMH) where she graduated with honours and an award for academic excellence. She also has a Bachelor's degree from the University of Waterloo (UW) in Therapeutic Recreation.
While at CCMH, Naomi learned how to treat and help prevent injuries through assessment, treatment planning, and remedial exercise. Naomi uses a variety of General Swedish Massage techniques and stretches to offer a balanced treatment style. She is passionate about facilitating therapeutic rehabilitation of various conditions and injuries for her clients through personalized treatments catered to the individual needs of each of her clients.
Naomi has a strong athletic background. She holds multiple Track and Field records at the University of Waterloo. She is a former All-Canadian, Canadian Inter-University Sports Medalist, and UW Female Athlete of the Year. Her dedication and pursuit of excellence on and off the track has inspired her to promote healthy active lifestyles and improve quality of life for people suffering from pain or limitations in their everyday activities or enhance performance and recovery for those pursuing athletic endeavours.
Registered Massage Therapist
Jennifer Dynes graduated in 2000 with an Honours Bachelor of Physical & Health Education from Laurentian University in Sudbury, Ontario. During her studies she was a student representative for the Human Kinetics Program. Jennifer helped organize a variety of sporting events that helped prepare her for her position within the Canadian Forces Personnel Support Agency where she was involved with both the National and International Sporting Events.
Following university, Jenn graduates in April 2005 from the Algonquin College three year Massage Therapy Program. The program offered numerous clinical opportunities which provided her with the chance to work with a range of different populations such as infants, expectant mothers, athletes, elderly and children with developmental delays where she saw a variety of clinical conditions.
Through the Sports Performance Institute, Jenn has become a Certified Personal Trainer and Strength Training Specialist and has a strong interest in the benefits of massage therapy on various scar tissue adhesions. Algonquin College developed the first scar clinic outreach in the spring of 2005.
Navneet Kaur graduated from India with a Bachelors of Physical Therapy with honours in 2013. After which she completed her Diploma in OTA/PTA from Georgian College, Canada in 2016. She is registered physiotherapist. She is has 2 years of experience in long term care setting in Milton prior to transitioning to private clinical practice. In her spare time, Navneet enjoys live music, camping and traveling. Navneet believes that her career gives her the opportunity to touch peoples lives to make a difference and to have gratification while doing so.
Aakshi is a Registered Physiotherapist with the college of Physiotherapy of ontario. She completed graduated with her Bachelor of Physiotherapy from India in 2014.
While working in Hospital in India, she learned how to treat patients with neurological and orthopedic conditions.
Currently she is practicing in private clinics. She has also finished her level 1 course in pelvic health and is aiming to learn more skills and techniques to help my clients feel their absolute best.
In her spare time she enjoys dancing, yoga and craft. She strongly believe this career has given her an opportunity to make a change in people’s life and she want to give my best!
Dr. Tina Rogers a naturopathic doctor and certified sports nutritionist is the first naturopathic doctor in Kitchener-Waterloo region to special interest in sports medicine. Tina graduated from The Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine and spent the last year of her studies working at the Robert Schad Naturopathic Clinic under the co-founder of the sports med group at CCNM, Dr. Lowell Greib, ND.
Tina currently works with a variety of athletes in the Kitchener area ranging from Olympics hopefuls to amateur athletes. She has successfully treated these athletes using trigger point acupuncture, herbal supplements, and dietary modifications.
Tina maintains an active lifestyle, leading Running Room running clinics and practicing Yoga. Her experiences as an athlete allows Tina to relate to her patients, in turn giving her the ability to develop appropriate treatment plans based on patient needs.
Tina has also had great success treating a variety of health concerns including female health disorders including menstrual irregularities, menopause and infertility, musculoskeletal concerns (fibromyalgia, sciatica, low back pain, chronic fatigue, tendinitis ect), skin disorders including acne, eczema and psoriasis.
Dr. Zach grew up in the Kitchener-Waterloo area, and attended Grand River Collegiate Institute. She continued her studies at the University of Waterloo, pursuing an Honors Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology, and playing rugby on the university's varsity team for five years. As a participant in the cooperative program at the University of Waterloo, Dr. Zach had the chance to try many different health related fields of work. Her experiences helped her discover a passion for helping others, and a love of holistic medicine. Dr. Zach decided to pursue a career in chiropractic and attended the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in Toronto. She graduated cum laude and with clinic honors in 2012.
Dr. Zach is certified in Contemporary Medical Acupuncture, Active Release Technique (ART) Manual Therapy, Graston Technique, and NKT. Dr. Zach returned to the Kitchener-Waterloo area to begin his practice at Highland Chiropractors. She looks forward to reinvesting in and playing a role in her community. Dr. Zach offers chiropractic services in French, as well as in English.
My name is Mia, currently in high school. I love to play variety of sports, especially golf and volleyball. My goal one day is to pursue golf to the next level. In my spare time I like to play and compete in golf during the summer, and practice in the winter. I also like to take my dogs (Augusta and Pebble) for long walks.
Throughout my competitions, I relay on massage, physiotherapy and chiropractic to continue my daily sports.
I'm hoping to get into Kinesiology after grade 12, hoping somewhere in the states, and continue to Physiotherapy or Chiropractic after Kin.
My name is Andy Nguyen. I've always enjoyed exploring my creativity and seeing what becomes of it. I enjoy being able to use my creativity and incorporate it with what my clients want in their logos, designs and websites.
In my spare time, I enjoy playing volleyball, ultimate frisbee and basketball. I also love to dance, go on hikes, and more recently, record and make videos. I enjoy being able to capture fond and happy memories in my life, especially with my friends and family. Not only does it allow me to test the limits of my creativity, but also makes me smile looking back at such amazing moments in my life. It's become a little project of mine to capture and compile a montage of the highlights that's happened/going to happen this summer.