Sore Spots Massage Therapy is dedicated to both the art and science of a great massage therapy treatment. We believe in the therapeutic benefit of massage therapy as a means to prevent injury, heal, & relax. Our team of therapist’s work skillfully to address your body’s tension pattern. We are registered & members of the Massage Therapy Association of Nova Scotia (www.mtans.ca).
Stephanie Dort, RMT/BA/MENV is trained in Ashiatsu Therapy and has a Bachelor of Arts in International Development Studies & Psychology. She has a Masters & background in environmental education and is a graduate from the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy. She is the recipient of the ‘Wholistic Therapist Award’ from the Massage Therapists and Wholistic Practitioners’ Association of the Maritimes (MTWPAM).
Stephanie adopts a holistic approach to her treatments. As a Pilates teacher, she fuses her understanding around core integrity and strengthening to suggest perscriptive home care practices that propel healing outside the massage room. She is a firm believer in the best health care being one’s own self-care strategies that create a foundation for wellness.
SCHEDULE: Tuesday 12-8pm, Wednesday 9-5pm Friday 9am-5pm & Saturday 11-6pm.
Alicia Stacey, RMT has been practicing since 2010 and provides therapeutic treatments utilizing swedish massage, deep tissue and energetic somatic techniques. Her post graduate studies have included workshops in deep tissue, rapid adhesion release, Indian head massage as well as craniosacral therapy.
These modalities compliment her understanding of the human body and its ability to heal on a deep and energetic level. She strives to make each visit a comfortable and healing experience through a caring and therapeutic touch.
SCHEDULE: Monday, Tuesday & Thursday, Friday 9-4pm as well as select Sundays.
Vicki Devoe BA/RMT completed a Bachelor of Arts with a concentration in Philosophy as well as a post-graduate diploma in Art Therapy. She has been practicing holistic bodywork and massage since completing training at the Vancouver School of Bodywork and Massage in 2011.
Vicki is a strong advocate of the healing arts and is passionate about sharing the gift of self-care through her work. She offers a creative approach that blends both clinical and holistic components into healing. Her continued studies include Swedish Relaxation Massage, Deep Tissue, Shiatsu, Reflexology and Deep Flow.
SCHEDULE: Vicki will be joining our studio in mid May 2017. Come back for an updated schedule or feel free to sign up to our newsletter for updates.
Chris Arsenault, RMT is a graduate of the ICT Northumberland College Massage Therapy program. He’s trained in NeuroKinetic Therapy which is a helpful tool in assessing the source of pain. His assessment will focus on the question ‘why the pain?’ He’s interested in getting to the heart of the issue and uses a therapeutic and relaxing approach to treatment.
Chris is focused and driven to help you experience relief from muscle soreness, tightness and joint discomfort to help you heal yourself.
SCHEDULE: Friday 1-8pm effective April 28th, 2017.
Jamie Lynn Chediac, RMT is the owner of Sore Spots Massage Therapy and a Registered Massage Therapist since 2004. In addition to her barefoot massage training, she has taken courses in hands-on deep tissue techniques, aromatherapy, perinatal professional development (including Doula training) as well as a hatha vinyasa yoga teacher certification.
Jamie believes that every massage should feel therapeutic but also trigger a relaxation response within the body. Her goal is to relieve pain & discomfort while helping navigate postural strain and issues with joint mobility.
Philippe Inacio-Goetsch, RMT/BFA is passionate about all aspects of healing. In his treatments he seeks a creative balance between providing a relaxing treatment & the use of therapeutic techniques such as deep tissue, active release & myofascial work. He believes the ultimate goal is to help you experience greater mobility and well being.
Philippe is currently on leave from the studio travelling in Europe. He may return to the studio in Fall of 2017 for a short work term. Stay tuned! In the meantime, feel free to sign up to our newsletter for updates.