For many of us, stiffness, pain, and stress are a way of life to which we have habituated. It is not until we receive a massage that we experience a body that can breathe, stand, and move freely without pain. At Advanced Health Massage Therapy, our therapists have extensive knowledge in anatomy, physiology, rehabilitation, and body mechanics that supports advanced massage therapy skills. We take pride in providing a safe and supportive environment with caring and effective therapy based on individual needs.
Meet the Team
Our Registered Massage Therapists are fully trained and would be delighted to treat you. Advanced Health is one of the largest and most diverse massage therapy clinics in the Niagara Region.
Wilma Eller, C.Ac., RMT (Owner)
Wilma Eller has been a Registered Massage Therapist since 2000 when she graduated with Honours from Canadian Therapeutic College. She has worked at Advanced Health Massage Therapy for the past 15 years and in 2018 became the new owner of the clinic. She has dedicated her career to helping people of all ages improve their overall health and well-being, mobility, pain management, soft tissue injury and much more. Since graduating she has added more techniques to her skill set including hot stone massage, acupuncture, cupping technique and counter strain techniques.
Outside of work she is a wife and mother of 2 kids that keep her constantly busy and young at heart. Her favorite pastime is spending time with her family outdoors, exploring nature and wearing out her 2-year old fur baby Oscar.
Amanda Traynor, BSc., RMT
Amanda Traynor has been a Registered Massage Therapist at Advanced Health Massage Therapy since 2009. As a High School rower in Niagara, she won countless gold medals at major regattas like Henley, School Boy, and Head of the Charles, and her success led to a full athletic scholarship to Oregon State University, where she earned a B.Sc
Emily Culp, BKin
Emily Culp attended Brock University where she received her Bachelor’s Degree in Kinesiology and worked for 2 years as a student athletic therapist for the Brock Swim team. After working as a Kinesiologist for several years she returned to school to earn her Massage therapy degree and started her journey to become an Osteopathic Manual practitioner at the Canadian College of Osteopathy in Toronto. She has since completed the 5 years of course work and exams and is currently working on the thesis component of her program. Her current research is studying premenopausal women.
Emily Culp BKin RMT Osteopathy (thesis writer)
Nadine Hopman, RMT