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Dorota Simard, RMT (Owner)

Dorota believes in a natural approach to healing, in which massage lends a "Helping Hand" to the body's own healing processes.

She graduated from Wellington College of Remedial Massage Therapy in 1999, and over the years has continued her education to complement her treatments with Hot Stone massage, myofascial cupping, prenatal massage, reflexology, crainiosacral levels I and II, and somatoemotional therapy.

She uses her assessment and observation skills to develop effective treatment plans for her clients and to help them to have a more balanced healthy mind, body, and soul.

Jessica Swan, RMT (Owner)

Jessica is a fully registered therapist specialising in Myofascial Release, Deep Tissue, and Relaxation Massage.

She has experience treating a wide range of patients, including professional athletes, pregnant women, and those suffering from a number of disabilities, including Arthritis an Parkinsons. 

She includes a number of techniques in her treatments, such as hydrotherapy, cupping, and structural integration, to create a therapeutic treatment unique to each patient.

Samantha Wood, RMT

Samantha graduated in 2015 from Wellington College, receiving her RMT diploma.

Samantha begin working at Oakbank Massage Therapy as a student, and continued as a registered therapist after graduation. She focuses on assessment, and uses her skills to create and plan personalised treatments for her patients, and offering them their best chance to heal.

Samantha specialises in deep tissue massage, Hot Stone therapy, as well as offering lymphatic integration and breast massage.

Carling Dumoulin, RMT

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Courtney Rudolph, RMT

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Jen Hibbard, Level II Reiki Practitioner

Jen is very excited to be offering Reiki at Oakbank Massage Therapy. For years, she has been going for regular Reiki treatments, and has pursued her Reiki levels I and II to share the benefits with her community. For a good portion of her life, she has been a Montessori teacher, and through her experience with children of all ages and relating with adults, she sees the importance of whole body health.