Hannah graduated from the Georgian College Massage Therapy Program in 2010. Since this time, Hannah has worked very hard to build her reputation within the community as an outcome-driven Registered Massage Therapist. She is known for her understanding of anatomy and how it relates to function, which allows her to provide both acute relief and long-term resolution to her clients.
She believes in approaching each case individually based on a client’s functional and structural limitations. By combining subjective and objective information, she is able to create a patient-specific therapeutic management plan to help clients attain their goals.
Hannah combines several different approaches and modalities as required in her treatments including deep tissue massage, soft-tissue release, cupping techniques, dynamic taping, and remedial home care recommendations.
Hannah is also an instructor of Clinical Anatomy and Outreach Programs at Georgian College in the Massage Therapy Program. This ensures that she constantly remains up to date in the field of practice. Furthermore, Hannah is a competitive triathlete who is well-regarded among colleagues and competitors within the region.