Ashley McKay, RMT
Ashley has been an active Registered Massage Therapist since 2009 and is the owner of One Tree Massage Therapy. She graduated from Sutherland-Chan School in Toronto, Ontario. Shortly after graduating, she joined a multidisciplinary clinic.
During her training in school, Ashley participated in many outreaches that included post surgery recovery at Toronto Western Hospital. She also worked on horse jockeys who were training for the Paralympics. She thinks of herself as a versatile therapist who has experience working with clients of all ages and physical abilities. Over the past several years, the majority of her treatments have been focused on decreasing pain and discomfort with sports related injuries, as well as, with clients who have poor posture and poor ergonomics. She embraces the challenge of treating a wide variety of presentations.
In 2016, she trained at Thai Massage Toronto. She has been studying this ancient bodywork through a lineage that originates with Master Pichet Boonthume at Thai Massage Toronto (TMT) with Master Practitioner Deanna Villa. Cupping and Therapeutic Kinesiology Taping are additional modalities she incorporates into her treatments.
Alison Simic, RMT
After experiencing the benefits of massage therapy first hand as a teenager, Alison realized that positively affecting others through massage was exactly what she wanted to do. Alison graduated from the Massage Therapy Program at Sir Sandford Fleming College in 2011 and upon registration with the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario, began treating in a multidisciplinary clinic.
Alison has had the opportunity to treat a vast range of clients while in school, and in professional practice. These experiences include treatment of injuries related to sport, accident, and repetitive strain; prenatal appointments; elderly clients; stoke rehabilitation; and surgery rehabs. Her interest lies within making a positive difference in all situations.
At a very young age, Alison discovered her passion for horses. She spent countless hours as an adolescent competing at horse shows, and now finds time to ride recreationally.
Charlotte Brimacombe, RMT
Charlotte is a registered member in good standing with The College of Massage Therapists of Ontario. Her practical massage experience & outreaches include providing treatment to client’s of all ages at Hospice Wellington, KW Accessibility, MS Society, Grand River Hospital and Sports Events (Rockway Golf Course, Ontario Cup Cycling Series, 5&10 K runs, Gymnastics students) Charlotte is also certified in Reflexology. Ask her about incorporating reflexology into your massage treatments.
Charlotte began her journey in massage when she experienced an injury to her neck and shoulders which left her in unbearable pain. After visiting her RMT for a treatment, she knew that she wanted to learn more about massage and the positive effects it has on your body.
Charlotte truly believes massage therapy plays a key role in dealing with many of life’s stressors and is essential for long-term health and wellness. Her treatments are client focused and include an assessment to help determine specifically what each client requires to achieve optimal results. During treatments she focuses on postural and structural alignment, the myofascial structure of the body, pain relief, relaxation, stress management and therapeutic exercise. She is very excited to continue her massage education to add other modalities and techniques to her range of abilities, including Cranial Sacral Therapy and Cupping.