Status change January 1, 2021 – non-practicing Registered Massage Therapist
I have attained my Advanced Certified TRE Provider status and am offering online TRE sessions and classes. Due to the pandemic I have chosen to register this year as a non-practicing RMT.
My education and 26 years experience as an RMT have been an asset in aiding me to achieve
Advanced Certified TRE Provider status.
TRE — stress and tension release technique — can be used as an effective tool, once you learn to self-regulate your practice.
To schedule a TRE session with Christine, send a message via the contact form below.
To learn more about TRE please visit https://trecanada.ca/about-tre.
My journey toward helping others started with a motorcycle accident that ended my dreams of becoming a high performance athlete. Years of professional physical therapy provided some relief, but I was left to live with episodes of unresolved, debilitating pain.
I was determined to find a solution so I immersed myself in the study of the human body while training to be a massage therapist. During that time, I was fortunate to be assessed by some remarkable instructors, who introduced me to osteopathic treatment. I was amazed at how my pain was greatly diminished when these gentle yet powerful techniques were utilized.
Since graduating, I have continued to study with these highly skilled mentors.
Building on basic Osteopathic principles: The body is self – healing and self – regulating, I now offer a form of therapy called Full Body Fascial Facilitation.
In 2011, I introduced Trauma/Tension Release Exercises or TRE to augment the therapy I was delivering. It also induces the innate wisdom of our body’s own inner healing process and was a natural inclusion to my practice philosophy.
Learn more about TRE here: https://trecanada.ca
I hope to assist you on your own road to wellness.
Yours in Health,