Huron CROSSING's first

Massage 

therapy clinic

Trinity Registered Massage Therapy
1415 Huron Rd,

Unit 223,

2nd floor
Kitchener, On

N2R 0L3

519.741.5735

@trinityRMT

@trinitymassagekw

About

WELLNESS Clinic

Local

Trinity Registered Massage Therapy is Kitchener’s newest health and wellness facility servicing the ever-growing Huron Crossing community. Our focus is providing best in class relaxation and rehabilitation services to all life stages.

Accredited

Trinity RMT is a brand new multi-disciplinary clinic located in the Huron Crossing Plaza (next to Tepperman’s).  Our accredited therapists provide a wide range of treatments and services including Swedish, Deep Tissue, Pregnancy, and Sports massage as well as Acupuncture and various pain-management techniques.

Amazing Team

Each massage therapist of our team is highly qualified and trained in different modalities to help you find relief from a wide variety of chronic and acute pain issues. We can help you recover from injury or even ensure that you can obtain optimal health benefits for your day-to-day life.

Come and meet our amazing team or book an appointment Today! We would love to demonstrate what Trinity RMT offers to help bring relief to our community.

What Makes Us different?

  • Our therapists have extensive experience in all treatments
  • Consistency in treatments
  • Electronic Claims Billing
  • Client Focused Treatments






Types of treatments

Your massage should be as unique as you are. Our therapists will tailor your session to fit your exact needs.


Swedish Massage

Swedish massage is one of the most commonly offered massage techniques. During a Swedish massage, therapists use kneading, long strokes, deep circular movements, and passive joint movements. These techniques are meant to relax you, stimulate nerve endings, and increase blood flow and lymph drainage.

*Request to add cupping to your treatment 

Deep Tissue Massage

Deep tissue massage targets the inner layers of your muscles, tendons, and fascia (dense connective tissue). Deep tissue massages begin as a more traditional relaxation massage. After the muscles are warmed up, your massage therapist will begin to work deep into your problem areas.

*Request to add cupping to your treatment

Pregnancy Massage

With so many physical changes taking place during pregnancy, many find massage good at alleviating some of that pain. Prenatal massage can improve circulation, which in turn reduces fluid buildup in the legs and feet.

Sport Massage

Sports massage techniques are designed with the purpose of enhancing the athlete’s preparation for, or recovery from, the physical demands of training or competition. These treatments are not exclusive to athletes and are available to everyone.

Pain Relief Therapy

A therapeutic massage involves the application of the hands or elbows with the intention of solving a physical problem, such as back pain. “Therapeutic massage can be used to treat a range of conditions, the most common of which is low back pain, followed by neck and shoulder pain.

Body Contouring 

The Sharplight RF body contouring treatment is a treatment to help fight excess skin. The technician directs radio frequency (RF) and Infrared (IR) light energy towards your body tissues. The radio frequency targets the fat cells causing them to break down, absorbed by the lymphatic system and naturally disposed of through the body’s natural elimination process. Reducing fats from your body will result in losses of inches around the area that has been treated. Once the desired size reduction is achieved, the IR light is applied to renew the collagen cells. There’s no downtime when it comes to this procedure, and you can even choose which area of your body that you’d like to contour. Clients will see results as quickly as just four sessions, however, the recommended treatment course for each body area is between eight and twelve sessions. They are generally completed once a week over the course of the period. Following a treatment series, it’s recommended to have maintenance sessions once every 4-6 weeks.

LOW LEVEL LASER THERAPY 

What is Laser Therapy? Laser Therapy, also known as Low-Intensity Laser Therapy (LILT), Photobiomodulation, Cold Laser, etc. is a light-based technology proven to be highly effective in the treatment of musculoskeletal problems, and wound healing. The cold laser is the application of red and near infra-red light over injuries or lesions to improve wound and soft tissue healing, reduce inflammation and give relief for both acute and chronic pain. LLLT is used to: increase the speed, quality and tensile strength of tissue repair; resolve inflammation and relieve pain (analgesia). The technology is non-invasive, non-toxic, and is currently utilized in many countries world-wide.

reflexology

Reflexology is the technique of applying gentle pressure to the reflex areas on the feet to bring about a state of deep relaxation and to stimulate the body’s own healing processes. It is a natural therapy that can also facilitate more energy, help boost the immune system and create a stronger body and calmer mind.

HOT STONE MASSAGE

Hot stone massage is a type of massage therapy that involves the use of smooth, heated stones. Warm basalt stones are placed over various muscle groups, relaxing the body and allowing the client to to ease the client into a deeper sense of relaxation.

CUPPING-Add To Swedish Or Deep Tissue 

Cupping is used in the treatment of many types of muscle tensions, including common ailments such as neck pain, shoulder pain, tight trapezius, lower back pain, spinal congestion, and plantar fasciitis.

By placing a glass or a plastic cup onto the skin, the therapist creates a vacuum in the cup which draws the skin, muscle, and fascia up into the cup. In Western medicine, Cupping is used as a direct clinical application. The therapist notes an area of restriction and applies the suction directly onto it to affect change. This is different to traditional Eastern methods which rely on affecting change in the line of meridians or “Qi” throughout the body. Used in conjunction with other massage treatments, Cupping is a useful tool to add into the treatment mix as it provides a different sensation and effectiveness, and thereby improving the overall results.


Indian Head Massage

Indian head massage is an ancient Indian massage practice that focuses on releasing energy blockages in the body, decreasing symptoms from various ailments as well as increasing circulation to the head which flushes out accumulated toxins. Indian head massage can produce a powerful rejuvenating and preventative effect on the body.

 

Benefits of Indian head massage are endless but include

•     Relieving chronic neck & shoulder tension

•     Increasing oxygen intake in muscles

•     Improving blood circulation

•     Stimulating lymphatic flow

•     Relieving migraine and tension headaches

•     Reducing stress and anxiety

•     Improving mental concentration

•     Increased relaxation and improved sleep

•     Healthier scalp and hair


 

Your Indian head massage will use a warmed oil while focusing on the head, face, neck and shoulders. 

INSIDE TRINITY

meet our tEAM

Kathy Schenk

RMT PRT LT

Kathy brings over 25 years experience and graduated from D'Arcy Lane Institute in 1993. She has Certification in Heated Stone Therapy, Scar Release Therapy, Micro point stimulation Pain Relief Therapy, Needleless Acupuncture, Low Level Laser Therapy, and Acupressure. All to find the most comfortable yet effective and relaxing massage treatments available.

Ian McInnis

RMT 

Ian has a passion for bringing healing to people through massage therapy. Exercise, health and wellness have always been a central focus of Ian's life, inspiring his journey into the manual health sciences. He studied at the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy with a focus on deep tissue, sports, and fascial modalities. Ian has over three years of massage experience, promoting healing, re-growth, and wellness.

Jenna Young

RMT 

I graduated from the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy in 2016. Although being an RMT was not how I began my career right after post secondary school in 2007, I realized that helping people feel their best was really what I wanted to do in life. This gave me the determination to leave the corporate world and attend massage school. 


I grew up in Northern Ontario and was always busy being active and taking part in sports. It was from a young age that I realized how important it was to listen to your body and to use alternative health to feel your best. 


My approach to massage is to ensure the main focus is what the client and their body needs. Whether it is a relaxing treatment to help with stress relief or a more focused treatment to help with injury or pain management. My techniques include Swedish massage, deep tissue, trigger point release and myofascial cupping. I am very excited to continue extending my knowledge by adding other modalities in the future. 

I look forward to meeting new clients and being able to help people improve both their mental and physical health. 

Keith Peck

RMT 

Keith Peck has been working as an RMT since 1998 and has practiced mostly in corporate settings over that time.


He has helped many clients, including women through pregnancy leading up to their maternity leave, Weekend Warriors with the aches and pains of an active weekend, as well as clients needing regular stress reduction and trigger point therapy.


Keith is excited for the opportunity to meet new clients at Trinity RMT and will work with you to get the best result during your treatment.


Outside of work Keith enjoys table games with his family, hiking the Chicopee hills and mountain biking along the Grand River.

Melanie Levesque

RMT, MBA, PME

Melanie graduated from Centennial College’s massage therapy program in 2003. Since then, Melanie has continued on a path of continuous life-long learning as she values the constant expansion of skills and knowledge acquisition. As such, she has completed her undergraduate degree in health sciences, and holds master’s degrees in both business and education.

Melanie has a special interest in equity, diversity, and inclusion, and is committed to studying and understanding the impact of implicit and unconscious bias in access to healthcare.

 

Over the last 18 years, Melanie has worked in a variety of settings treating various acute and chronic conditions through the art and science of massage therapy. Melanie has received advanced training in temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorders and is competent in providing safe and effective treatments to relieve jaw pain and dysfunction, which is often an unacknowledged source of head and face pain, as well as chronic headaches. In addition to her direct clinical experience, Melanie had the distinct honour of serving on the RMTAO board of directors, CMTO entry-to-practice examiner, and is currently a part of the faculty team at Conestoga College’s Occupational Therapist Assistant/Physiotherapist Assistant program.

MICHELLE DEN OTTER

REFLEXOLOGIST

Michelle has always been interested in alternative ways of healing and achieving optimum wellness of mind/body and spirit. With her passion, intuition and desire to help others she focuses her energies in helping through Reflexology.


She obtained her certification in June 2006 with Reflexology Training Ontario Inc. and has been practicing since, bringing her understanding and desire to help others in their alternative health needs.

Life stresses, poor sleep patterns, hormones, etc. all play a role in our health. Reflexology has been known to help with digestive issues, headaches, stress, sleep issues, muscle tension, PMS, sinus congestion, emotional balance and much more.


Reflexology treatments improve overall health and well-being to create homeostasis within. Experience the relaxing nature of the therapy to help feel deeply relaxed, stress free and to promote the bodies natural way of healing.

Crystal Wheaton

RMT

Crystal is a dedicated therapist who strives to tailor each treatment to her patient’s individual needs. She worked as a personal support worker for seven years in a long-term care dementia unit. After her third child, Crystal decided to switch careers into Massage Therapy. She’s always had a passion for helping people and is excited about this new journey. "I’ve helped people at their end stages for so long that the opportunity to help them throughout their lives is truly exciting. I want to help my patients live at their best possible physical level."


From rehab to relaxation, Crystal is dedicated to working with each individuals’ specific needs. Her techniques include Swedish, Myofascial Release, Trigger Point, and Deep Tissue massage. She is also eager to add more modalities to her tool belt in the near future.


Crystal began her RMT education at the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy and finished it at Westervelt college due to the 2020 pandemic. Although it was a wild ride, Crystal is thrilled to be able to put her knowledge into practice.

Jessica Mullin

RMT

Jessica has dedicated herself to our community for the past 15 years, providing compassionate care as a Personal Support Worker in clients homes. She was driven to do more, and began her RMT journey at the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy, Cambridge in 2019. The school closed due to unforeseen circumstances, so she continued on and graduated from Westervelt College with honours in August 2021. Her focus all along has been to help heal others, and to restore compassion in humanity.


Jessica is Ojibwe, from Sagamok First Nations, and is excited to be a part of the Trinity team! Jess is skilled at relaxation therapy, deep tissue massage, and improving body movement. She is also skilled in Athletic Taping. She is aiming to add Energy Massage to her list of skills in the future. Jessica also works with the Indigenous Community, helping them on a path to healing

SEAN pETRIE

RMT

Sean is a young RMT eager to help you reach your goals, whatever they may be. His massage skills range from deep tissue techniques for chronic muscle tension to lighter techniques for relaxational purposes.

Sean’s knowledge of anatomy, functional biomechanics, and background in personal training makes him the perfect choice for anyone looking for athletic recovery or functional improvement.


Specializing in Myofascial Release and sports massage, along with lymphatic drainage and general relaxation, Sean is a one-stop shop for any of your massage needs.

Sarita Singh

RMT

Sarita Singh graduated from the Canadian College of Massage & Hydrotherapy in 2019. Prior to the successful completion of her massage therapy education, she obtained a Post-Graduation Diploma in Perfusion Technology (Open Heart Surgery) from Christian Medical College, India and a Bachelor of Science Degree from Purvanchal University, India. 


Sarita Singh has also received extra training in the assessment and treatment for pregnancy (trimesters), infant and pediatric massage, Indian head massage, and advanced cupping. Sarita has taken continuing education course in integrated manual therapy and orthopedic massage for complicated shoulder conditions.

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Cancellation Policy:

 

24 hour notice is required for any appointment changes or cancellation. Failure to give notice will result in the full charge of the treatment.


Direct Billing Policy:

 

Please be aware that while we bill directly to most insurance companies, if a claiming cannot be processed for any reason, the completed treatment must be paid in full by the client. All treatment times includes change time and health history assessment.

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Trinity Registered Massage Therapy is Kitchener’s newest health and wellness facility servicing the ever-growing Huron Village community. Our focus is providing best in class relaxation and rehabilitation services to all life stages.

contact us

Trinity Registered Massage Therapy
1415 Huron Rd, unit 223

2nd Floor
Kitchener, On N2R 0L3

519.741.5735


Our temporary clinic hours are 10-8pm Monday to Friday and still 10-5 Saturdays. . 


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