I’ve been practicing massage therapy for most of my adult life. Even before I was a licenced practitioner I would massage my family and friends for fun. Everyone used to tell me I had a way of working magic on tired, sore muscles. So, after leaving Hong Kong, I came to Canada to study massage therapy and acupuncture.
In my opinion, there is nothing quite as effective as the combination of massage and acupuncture. Acupuncture needles work into the deeper tissue I can’t reach with my hands, helping to relax tense muscles. That way, by the time I’m ready to start your massage, most of the tension has already started to melt away. One of my specialities is scalp acupuncture which can help treat many nervous system disorders, including Parkinson’s disease and cerebral palsy.
After decades of experience as a massage therapist, and a former RMT instructor, I’ve developed a keen sense of touch. I can immediately feel where you are holding tension or experiencing pain. I love when my patients tell me I have “miracle hands.” And while I may not be able to produce real miracles, I’m confident I can help you feel better.