Our Team

Our Massage Therapists
Leslie B
Massage Therapist

Leslie decided to become a massage therapist while driving home from her job as a professional baker. She saw a billboard on the side of the road and that was it, her direction changed!  In each massage she will listen to the clients needs and customize to include elements of Relaxation, Deep Tissue Massage, Trigger Point Therapy, Applied Shiatsu and Myofascial Cupping as needed. Leslie is an excellent communicator, a good listener and will provide immediate feedback during the massage ensuring my clients have a positive experience.  

Jason B
Registered Massage Therapist

Jason has always felt something lacking in his life with every job he’s had, but with massage he feels like he get an opportunity to help heal the world one person and body at a time. Jason enjoys taking the time to listen to people as well as applying his skills and teachings to address any problems in as well as out of the body. Jason specializes in Deep Tissue and Relaxation as well as Trigger Point Release.

Natalie E
Registered Massage Therapist

Natalie enjoys providing Swedish Relaxation, Pregnancy, Deep Tissue, and Sports Massage. Natalie has three years experience working as a massage therapist.  She looks forward to learning Acupuncture in the future.  Natalie has had clear results in treating conditions such as fibromyalgia, whiplash, and insomnia. To complete a triathlon was a childhood dream so she decided to pursue that dream before finishing university.  Natalie has two energetic toddlers and thrives on taking them for walks.  If she could choose anywhere in the world to travel it would be Tonga.

Registered Massage Therapist

Registered Massage Therapist


Reflexology
Don’s lifetime ambition was always to become a Super Hero but that didn’t work out so he turned to a profession where he knew he could help people. With reflexology, Don has one of the best jobs in the world; he gets to serve an individual’s health needs while getting to know some terrific people!
Don believes in the benefits of applying pressure and massage to the more then 7000 nerve endings in the foot. While it is part art and part science, by massaging as many of these points as possible the body is able to reflex, rejuvenate and allow the body to heal.