Gillienne graduated the massage therapy program in 2005 with honours from Everest College in Barrie, Ontario. Completing the requisite hours of academic and clinical education and satisfying the standards set out by the province, she is registered, and a member in good standing, with the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario.
Gillienne has been the owner of Therapeutic Massage in Midland since 2005 and in that time has continued to study anatomy, massage theory and techniques, lymphatic drainage therapy, ultrasound and muscle energy.
Jenni has undergone six years to the study of natural medicine. Four of those years were dedicated to completing a degree in Naturopathy and the next two as post graduate studies in Homeopathy. She is a registered member of the Ontario Homeopathic Association (OHA) and Australia’s Naturopathic regulating board (ANTA). She also has a bachelor degree in Psychology.
Jenni was voted the best Naturopath in 2007, 2008, and 2010 by the Mirror’s Readers Choice Awards
Currently, the Ontario Association of Naturopathic Doctors (OAND) does not recognize any degree outside of Ontario so please check your extended health care to see if you are entitled to reimbursements for “Homeopathic Treatments”.
In summer 2013, I graduated with Honours from Georgian College in Barrie. After successfully completing the provincial exams I started my career as a Registered Massage Therapist in good standing with the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario (CMTO). Massage therapy has been a constant in my own life since the age of eight and I have experienced it's positive effects. In my own practice I have witnessed it's positive effects on others and I look forward to working with you and am excited to accept new patients.
It's best for you to arrive a few minutes before your first treatment to fill out a case history form. We recommend that you book a one-hour appointment to allow time for a full health history review, which may include some range-of-motion, muscle or joint testing.
Any information you provide your massage therapist is completely confidential and protected under the current Provincial and Federal legislations. Your health record cannot be released or transferred without your written consent.
After treatment, your therapist may propose a customized treatment plan, which can include a remedial home therapy program to aid in your recovery and to help with progression in between treatments.
While the Ontario Health Insurance Program (OHIP) does not cover Massage Therapy, there are ways you can receive help with funding your treatments. Many private insurance companies provide full or partial coverage under extended health care plans. Please consult your plan for coverage details. Massage Therapy is also a valid and tax deductible medical expense.
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