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Owner, RMT & CIMT
Aimee has been a RMT since 2008, opening the Well Daze studio in 2014 to create a collaborative space where therapists can work together in a unique wellness setting.
Her practice is dedicated to the overall well being of the patient. Providing individualized treatments based on specific needs and finding the root cause of pain. Utilizing cupping massage, joint mobilization, and muscular energy techniques enables Aimee to treat a range of conditions; including chronic pain, whiplash and soft tissue injuries, and pre/post-natal massage.
Aimee is a CIMT (Certified Infant Massage Trainer) meaning she teaches parents and care givers techniques to help sooth their infants and increase bonding through infant massage. She also loves to treat kids at the Well Daze collective massage and health studio.
Aimee was honored to win Guelph Tribune Mercury Best Massage Therapist, Diamond award for 2016 & 2017.
Muriel Cusimano received her diploma from the Royal Canadian College of Massage Therapy, in addition to massage Muriel holds a Reiki Masters diploma and is trained in Indie head massage and Hot Stone Massage.
She is an energetic and resourceful therapist who believes in the importance of a client-centered practice. That means empowering clients by working together to develop the best possible treatment. At Well Daze Muriel treats a variety of patients including, children, seniors , Pre-natal & postnatal and athletes. Using a wide variety of therapeutic techniques.
Muriel strives to provide the highest quality care for her patients to provide relief from musculoskeletal aches and pains caused by stress or injury, and to improve quality of life.
Meaghan graduated from the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy (CCMH) in 2018. She strives to make the best treatment plan for each client at Well Daze collective, whether it be the weekend warriors, mommies to be, clients that struggle with stress/ anxiety and everything in between.
For any stage of pregnancy Meaghan offers prenatal massage with a pregnancy pillow to allow clients to lay on their stomach comfortably.
Growing up Meaghan played a variety of sports and having that background gives her the ability to understand a client's injuries and goal in order to amplify their performance in their sport. Allowing time for activity and movement is incredibly important in keeping a healthier lifestyle, body and mind.
Stephanie understands daily stressors are communicated through the body as pain and imbalances. She focuses on providing treatment and symptom relief from chronic pain including neck, upper back and shoulder pain, tension headaches, postural strain and TMJ.
She’s a University of Guelph Bachelor of Arts Honors graduate (2007) and spent 10 years getting paid to draw all day. She graduated with Honors from the Canadian College of Massage & Hydrotherapy (2018) and has continued to expand her knowledge in areas of thoracic spine mobilization and pain science.
Stephanie’s approach to massage is patient-centered, understanding that needs differ in individuals and should be reflected in treatment. She believes the benefits of massage are best when aligned in her patients' lifestyle, and encourages a safe, open dialogue to empower patients to be active participants in their health and a plan that works for them.
P.S. you won’t find traditional spa music here! Van Morrison, Led Zeppelin, and Billie Holiday will have you just as relaxed and ask for a link to the playlist before your next massage.
To learn more about Stephanie visit her website: www.RMTstephanie.ca