A Holistic Approach to Healing
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 pass time is spending time with her family outdoors exploring nature and wearing out her 2 year old fur baby Oscar.
Wilma Eller RMT
Registered Massage Therapist
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. in Exercise and Sport Science. Her continuing passion for sport and fitness led to work as a personal trainer and fitness instructor before deciding to return to school to study Massage Therapy, eventually graduating with Honours from Everest College. She has since received additional training in Soft Tissue Release, Hot Stone Massage and Kinesiology Taping. She enjoys treating clients of all different health backgrounds and ages and strives to tailor her treatments to the individual needs of each client through open communication and constant feedback. In her spare time, she is a taxi to her three young children, driving them around to their various activities, while still finding time to focus on personal health and fitness.
Amanda Traynor BSc., RMT
Registered Massage Therapist
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
Osteopathic Manual Practitioner
Nadine Hopman graduated from Everest College in 2009, joining the Advanced Health Team shortly after. She taught part time at Everest College in the Massage Therapy program while building her hands on practice. She is a small town girl, born and raised in Smithville Ontario. Her favorite past time is spending time with family and close friends, enjoying life!
Nadine Hopman RMT
Visnja is a Certified Reflexologist who has been practicing this beautiful healing art since January of 2015. She is registered with the Reflexology Registration Council of Ontario (RRCO). Visnja--pronounced Veeshna--became interested in reflexology because she wanted to give back to others in a way that she knew was beneficial. She strives to provide a sense of well-being in each of her clients through skillful application of acupressure techniques on the feet. This is always followed by a wonderful foot and lower leg massage to send you into the deepest level of relaxation.
Visnja believes in the ability of reflexology to create balance and harmony in the body, so that it is in the optimal state to heal itself. Her sessions are carried out with presence and mindfulness, in a peaceful and positive space. Reflexology benefits everyone, at any age or stage of life. Visnja looks forward to providing you with your slice of reflexology bliss.
Emily Lewis graduated from the Massage Therapy program at Ontario College of Health and Technology in 2019. Being a rugby player in high school fueled her passion for gaining a deeper understanding of healing joint and tissue discomfort. Emily's main goal is to help you reach your maximum potential using orthopedic assessment and deep fascial techniques.