Manish Jagwani

Registered Physiotherapist

Manish is an experienced Physiotherapist who believes in a team-based approach that includes the patient as a pivotal part in delivering a highly effective treatment plan. Manish has a passion for helping people, while empowering them to contribute to their own lifelong healing. He takes the time to find the root cause of the issues and then together with the patient, creates a plan to address the immediate concern as well as deliver the latest functional exercises that prevent future occurrences.
Manish preaches the importance of dynamically treating the body with the latest techniques and not just using one thing to cure all. He will tackle injuries and dysfunctions with hands-on manual therapy, cupping, joint mobilizations, laser, ultrasound, followed by a customized home exercise plan and continual education.
Manish is always interested in learning new ways to help patients achieve their next level of health. Manish has taken advanced courses in McKenzie method, Mulligan movement with mobilization, and taping courses. Manish enjoys treatment all aspects of the population including active and athletic populations and geriatric populations.

Shayne Glass-Smith

Registered Physiotherapist

Shayne graduated from the University of Alberta’s Master’s of Science in Physiotherapy program in 2019. For over a decade leading up to that point, Shayne has been involved with human health since graduating from The University of Western Ontario’s Honours Bachelor of Arts Program in Kinesiology in 2009. Since then, he has been a Kinesiologist, Personal Trainer, Physiotherapist Assistant, and Exercise Specialist. Shayne has a long history of being involved in athletics, specifically Basketball, Volleyball, Track & Field, and strength training. While working as a Physiotherapist in Edmonton, Shayne has had the opportunity to work with some professional athletes, including Alexander Petrovic of the AHL/NHL, many of the Edmonton Eskimos of the CFL, and elite Canadian track and field athlete and Olympic hopeful, Benjamin Williams. Shayne appreciates the fact that when pain is present, there is not just one factor to be addressed. Instead, he tries to assess the whole system by looking at other areas of the body and considering other important contributing factors such as stress, anxiety, sleep quality, contributing behaviours, etc. Shayne will ensure that you are educated as to what brings you in and will have you on a program of care that will get you feeling back at your best…or better!

Dr. Micaela Gregory


Dr. Micaela Gregory studied Naturopathic Medicine at the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine. She is passionate about preventative medicine and treating each patient holistically, taking into account their unique circumstances, challenges, and goals to help them thrive. She believes health should be about balance and not sacrifice and focuses on individualized treatment to find the balance that keeps you both happy and healthy. Dr. Micaela believes that we are meant to live fulfilling and purposeful lives and your health should not be a barrier to that. Her mission is to empower you to better understand your health and what your body needs to feel it’s best. Because when we feel better, we live better.

Kelly Williams

Registered Massage Therapist

Kelly is a graduate of the Mohawk College Advanced Massage Therapy program (Honours), located in Hamilton, Ontario. She is a certified yoga instructor and she also holds a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of Western, Ontario. Kelly is excited that she will soon be able to offer Thai Yoga Massage to her clients. She has treated a wide variety of people, including children, pre and post-natal women, everyday athletes, and the chronically ill. Kelly believes that massage therapy is an important tool that can be used to promote soft tissue health and overall well-being. When Kelly isn’t at work she enjoys her pets, hiking, traveling, cooking and eating. 🙂

Jenn Arkison

Registered Massage Therapist

Jenn is a Registered Massage Therapist who graduated from the Centennial College Massage Therapy program in 2015. She knew she wanted to pursue a career in health care after being injured herself playing hockey and lacrosse growing up. Jenn has worked with a wide variety of patients including pre/post natal, seniors, infants, children, athletes and para sport athletes. She is also a certified paediatric massage therapist and a certified infant massage teacher.
Jenn enjoys volunteering her time and was involved with the 2015 PanAm/Parapan Am games, 2017 North American Indigenous Games, 2018 Masters Indigenous games and the 2019 Durham Parasport games.
In treatment Jenn uses a variety of techniques to achieve the best results for the patient. The techniques include Swedish massage techniques, pre/post sports massage, rhythmic and joint mobilizations, deep tissue techniques, trigger point therapy, PNF and passive stretching, myofascial release techniques and lymphatic drainage. She is always looking to learn new things and new approaches to help her patients get back to anything they are trying to achieve.
When Jenn isn’t working you will find her watching Disney movies or cheering on her favorite sports teams.

Bram van Bommel

Registered Massage Therapist

Bram is a Registered Massage Therapist who graduated from Centennial College’s 3 year Advanced Diploma Massage Therapy program. Bram is in good standing with the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario (CMTO) and is also a member of the Registered Massage Therapist Association of Ontario (RMTAO).

Bram’s focus in Massage Therapy is to help people achieve their goals through treatment that is collaborative, educational, and effective. His own experiences with sports-related injuries have led him to continually seek out techniques and strategies that can help others mitigate injury and better recover from their sport-related injuries. He uses his assessment skills to help athletes, of any level, proactively recognize their personal areas of strength & weakness in order to pursue training programs that mitigate typical sport-related injuries in the future. This ensures that athletes are able to perform at optimal levels for the greatest length of time. Having played sports for a number of years at very competitive levels, Bram understands the benefits of Massage Therapy and is able to bring them to people who need rehabilitation and maintenance in order to achieve their own personal best at an amateur or professional level.

Bram joined the medical team for the Toronto Argonauts in 2015 and was part of the medical team during the 2015 Pan Am & Parapan Am Games. In addition, he was proud to be apart of the medical team for the Invictus games in 2017.
Bram also has experience working with a variety of patients who have experienced motor vehicle accidents, work place injuries, overuse injuries, and general tension & stress.

In treatment, Bram uses a variety of techniques to achieve the best results for the ultimate goal of the patient. The techniques include Swedish massage, pre/post sports massage, K-Tape, rhythmic and joint mobilizations, deep tissue, trigger point release, PNF and passive stretching, myofascial release, and lymphatic drainage. Bram is trained in Functional Range Release (FR Spine) and Functional Range Conditioning (FRC). Bram continues to advance his education by taking regular courses to improve upon the strong foundation he has created for himself.

Timea Kavadoy

Registered Massage Therapist

Timea has been a massage therapist for 17 years. She has a degree in Psychology from Waterloo and a diploma in Massage Therapy from Sutherland Chan School of Massage Therapy. Timea has worked in both clinics and spas. She excels at Swedish massage and has an extensive amount of training in prenatal and infant massage. For relaxation Timea enjoys yoga and massage! For fun and adventure,  she’s enjoying travelling and outdoor activities.

Shannon Simon

Registered Massage Therapist

Shannon graduated from Sir Sandford Fleming College in 2004, and has been working as a Massage Therapist in a multidisciplinary setting for 16 years. Over the years she has treated many clients who have had joint replacements, been involved in motor vehicle accidents as well as work related injuries.  She has additional training in pregnancy massage, myofascial release and has taken several courses in orthopaedic injuries and whiplash related injuries.  Shannon is comfortable working with infants and babies and has experience treating both. When treating clients, Shannon uses numerous Swedish Massage techniques and is able to offer deep tissue work in combination with relaxation techniques. Her belief is that it’s important to activate the clients parasympathetic nervous system to promote overall relaxation and well being.