BOOST YOUR FLOAT THERAPY
Float Now offers both Massage and Acupuncture in house to compliment our Float Therapy.
These modalities work synergistically with floatation therapy to promote stress reduction and recovery.
With Melanie Schultz R.M.T.
Melanie is a graduate of the 2015 McKay Massage and Hydrotherapy Program. She spent the last three years effectively applying her educational skillset in her professional practice. Through thorough patient assessment, she is able to individualise her treatments to best meet the needs of you, her clients. Melanie specializes in myofascial release, trigger point therapy, and medium-deep tissue work as she has found this combination to produce extremely effective results in multitudes of patients. Melanie often combines flotation therapy with her treatment protocol and has a strong interest in the benefits that can accrue from this synthesis.
Brittiny Whalen successfully completed the Mckay Massage and Hydrotherapy program and is a member of the Natural Health Practitioners of Canada. She has built a strong foundation of Swedish Relaxation Massage accompanied with myofascial release and active release techniques and she continues to expand on her knowledge as well as her experience. Client assessment allows Brittiny to personalize each treatment to be best suited to her client’s goals. Her caring presence and focus assists in facilitating a relaxing atmosphere that is suited to each treatment.
With Jasmine DeWalt R.M.T.
Jasmine DeWalt graduated from the Western College of Remedial Massage Therapy in 2017 and is a member in good standing with R.M.T.A. She utilizes assessments along with Swedish based relaxation and therapeutic techniques to provide the best treatment possible for her clients. Jasmine’s goal is to help her clients relax, maintain health, heal from injury and to preserve or increase function. Since graduating she has been trained in Optimal Myofascial Cupping and is looking forward to continually expanding her knowledge and experience in the field and to help clients reach their goals.
In his current practice, Kivil combines the benefits of osteopathic manual therapy with a long background in other natural healing methods to offer effective treatment to clients. Kivil has studied Tai Chi Chuan and Chi Kung, meditation, massage therapy and Reiki. In addition to working with these approaches, Kivil acted as Meditation coordinator at Grada Rajneesh institute for Consciousness and Meditation and has led over 100 weekend seminars in the area of meditation, awareness through movement, and meditative healing practice. He taught interpersonal communication at Concordia University. Complimenting his 5 year osteopathy training at l’École Professionnelle des Ostéopathes du Québec (EPOQ), Kivil is currently at the mid-way point of a two year training in Biodynamic Cranio-Sacral Therapy.