Happy Continuing Summer! We hope you’re all returning to September activities feeling well and happy. We are pleased to announce the addition of a new staff member Lucy Bo Lu
. Lucy is both a certified RMT and acupuncturist. She is currently accepting new clients on Saturdays. We are also happy that Dan Landers, RMT
is returning to see his client-fans, Dan will be available on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays.
Some member of the KRV Business Community:
Fred, André, Ginny, Heather, Debbie, Yvette, Sarah, Su & Sharon
The Kingston Road Village Business Community
) will host the annual Harvest Fest on Saturday, October 1 from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. As usual, Advanced Approaches to Massage invites your “Ask The Expert” questions. If we don’t have time on October 1st, we will book a dedicated time with you. We will again have the Massage Chair out front, weather permitting. Chair massages can provide a quick fix in the midst of a busy day. As always, along with our neighbours at the Art of Cheese, we will have live entertainment out in front of our location. We will also be participating in the Mad Money draw once again, pop in to the clinic to ask for details! There will be lots of Adult and Kid activities on October 1, so we hope to see you then!
Su with two accomplished synchro swimmer clients
Camille Fiola-Dion and Andrée-Anne Cöté
We are extremely pleased by the success of Beach athletes including swimmer Penny Oleksiak, Paralympian Erica Scarff and Balmy Beach Club paddlers KC Fraser & Genevieve Orton. As well our own Maura McLean
(pictured to the right with duet partner Olivia Jensen-Large) continues to dazzle in the pool with her synchronized swimming prowess.
Our long-time client Marsha Lecour (pictured at the right, with Su) has authored “The Book of Hepatitis C: 7 Simple Strategies to Shift from Surviving to Thriving after Hepatitis C
“. Marsha herself overcame hepatitis C. Marsha has dedicated her life to teaching and empowering others on how to shift from surviving to thriving so they can live a better life. In reviewing her book, Dr. Jordan Field, Hepatologist, notes “… She tells her story and gives useful strategies to overcome the many problems that this virus presents … The accessible writing [style] and the personal touch make this a great read for anyone who has personal experience living with hep C or living with someone with hep C…”
Copies of the book will also be available at the front desk.
We are continuing to celebrate the purchase of our new Lojer massage tables (pictured below). We invite you to give the “Rolls Royce” of massage treatment tables a spin!
Su Willson,B.Mus., R.M.T.