Aimee was born in Burlington, Ontario, shortly after her parents emigrated from Scotland. A love of sports and helping others sparked an interest in the human body. After watching her mother suffer for years after a car accident, where traditional medicine provided no relief, she began the journey to become a Massage Therapist.
Aimee graduated from the Massage Therapy program at Sir Sandford Fleming College in Peterborough ON, in 1999. She has worked collaboratively with physiotherapists, chiropractors and osteopaths. Aimee mentored with a massage therapist that has trained her in deep tissue techniques. She has completed 2 levels of craniosacral with Upledger, Soft tissue release with Stuart Taws, and cupping massage. Recently Aimee has started working towards becoming a Certified Manual Lymph Drainage therapist. Currently she can help reduce swelling and inflammation associated with sprains and strains.
Aimee moved to our community in 2004, and worked as a clinic supervisor and teaching assistant at the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy, in Bedford. Inspired by her mother’s struggles with TMJ dysfunction she has developed a fascial treatment for clients suffering from the disorder.