- BSc Brain and Cognition Psychology, University of Guelph
- RMT, Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy
- Born in Kitchener, Ontario
Stephanie has always been an active individual and understands the importance of manual
therapy and taking care of your body. As a massage therapist, she strives to create an effective
treatment plan and works with the client to rehabilitate them, during what can be a difficult time,
by supporting and helping them get back to the best they can be. She has a background in
treating a variety of conditions including: concussions, strains, sprains, tendinitis, patellofemoral
pain syndrome and TMJ.
Prior to becoming a massage therapist, she obtained a neuroscience degree, which provides a
deeper scientific understanding in regards to brain injury and function. As well as a background
in the mechanisms of the body’s neurological functioning and how the brain and body are largely
integrated for a successful recovery.
What is one thing about you that surprises people? I have been a dancer all my life but the clumsiest person you will ever meet
Cat person or dog person? Don’t you dare make me choose!
Celebrity crush from your teenage years? When I was a kid the Pocahontas movie I called the John Smith movie, enough said.
Last book you read? Do school textbooks count?
Biggest Pet Peeve? People who drive below the speed limit
Spirit Animal? I have been told Kevin from the movie UP multiple times, but I want to say cheetah
In your high school yearbook, you would have won “Most Likely to…”? be the first one to die in a zombie apocalypse
What do you think cats dream about? Ruling humanity and having thumbs
How many times a week do you hurt yourself singing/dancing in the shower? 4-5 times. I am not graceful.
If you could pick one song to be the song that played every time you entered a room, what would it be? Don’t Stop Believing – Journey