Precision Massage Therapy
Meet Lauren Caldwell
In 2002 Lauren completed the 3 year Massage Therapy program at Sir Sandford Fleming College, Peterborough, Ontario. After completing board required examinations, Lauren became Registered Massage Therapist member of the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario. She is also a member of the Registered Massage Therapy Association of Ontario.
Her practice provides a unique combination of firm yet careful Swedish, Myofascial, and Joint Mobilization techniques with a soothing, intuitive energy. Lauren has completed 3 levels of Craniosacral Therapy training with the Upledger Institute, and so CranioSacral Therapy may be incorporated into treatments. It is this wonderful style of massage that has provided Lauren’s patients with great relief from soft tissue discomfort and pain due to injury, illness, and stress, or physical restrictions.
Lauren values feedback from her clients and uses it, as well as precise assessment, to create treatment plans that are specifically tailored to the needs of each patient, which may include exercise and hydrotherapy homecare programs.
Lauren has dedicated her career to aiding those of all ages and walks of life to achieve optimal health and performance. She is happy to see her patients Monday to Friday.
Meet Laurie Price
Laurie’s practice focuses on the treatment of muscle imbalances, injury rehabilitation, care of chronic conditions and stress management/relaxation. She has extensive experience treating a variety of musculoskeletal conditions including neck and back pain, muscular strains, sprains and tension headaches. She utilizes Swedish, myofascial and joint mobilization techniques and provides advice and exercises for care at home. Her aim is to reduce tension, improve mobility, and ease discomfort in a way that soothes and relaxes the client but also carefully focuses on deeper tissue as needed.
Laurie brings to her career, experience working in healthcare and rehabilitation. After graduating with a B.Sc. in Human Kinetics (U. of Guelph) she began by assisting a team of occupational therapists in the areas of physical rehabilitation, functional independence and pool therapy. She then assisted a team of physiotherapists to provide exercise programs to older adults.
Laurie entered the Massage Therapy profession in the year 2000 after graduating from Algonquin College. She is a member of the Registered Massage Therapists’ Association of Ontario and a member in good standing with the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario.
Laurie accepts appointments every 2nd Thursday, Fridays and Saturdays. She looks forward to helping clients live life fully.
did you know?
Research shows that physical manual therapies can be more effective than surgeries for carpal tunnel syndrome in the short term, and equally effective in the medium and long term.