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Mysa Wellness Clinic

‘Mysa’

 

This swedish word means a range of things in the realm of relaxation. It can be roughly translated to the English equivalent of ‘cozying up’ or to ‘snuggle’, but in a wider sense it also means to have a ‘nice and relaxed time’.

The idea of ‘mysa-ing’ involves hanging out, being comfortable, content, enjoying the moment and recharging.

 


Candace Webb RMT, BA

As an active child and teenager involved in competitive hockey and field hockey, Candace spent many hours receiving treatments from physiotherapists, athletic therapists, and massage therapists.  During these times of rehabilitation she discovered a passion for complementary health and acquired a keen interest in human anatomy and exercise physiology.

After receiving an Honours B.A. in Health and Society at York University, Candace was inspired to continue her education in manual therapies attending Bryan College in Toronto for massage therapy graduating with honours.

In her practice, Candace combines different techniques such as Trigger Point release, relaxation and stress reduction, deep tissue massage, fascial release, and joint mobilizations. Candace's massage sessions are tailored to the clients individual needs with intention to promote ongoing health and wellness.

Candace is certified to practice massage cupping and is a Level 1 Fascial Stretch Therapist (learn more about FST).

 

Sally Webb RMT

Sally graduated with honours from Elmcrest College in 2005 and has gained experience working at a variety of multidisciplinary clinics.  Her desire to make a significant difference in others lives was the motivating factor for her to pursue Massage Therapy as a career.

Sally creates a massage treatment specific to your needs with a focus on pain reduction and injury recovery. In order to facilitate this she incorporates a wide variety of massage techniques that include Swedish massage, myofacial release, trigger point therapy, and deep tissue massage. Sally believes that massage has something to offer everyone whether it be for the treatment of injury, preventative care or pure indulgence of relaxation.