Yatin is a Registered Massage Therapist and an active member of Registered Massage Therapists’ Association of Ontario (RMTAO).
Graduating from Humber College with honours in the massage therapy program, Yatin is passionate towards providing a sense of well-being to his clients. He has demonstrated proven results through treating clients with acute, sub-acute and chronic conditions. Through four years of massage therapy he uses a variety of techniques that help promote healing of a variety of injuries. He also takes initiatives on teaching his clients how to prevent injuries and improving posture.
He is skilled in techniques such as Swedish, Sports, Trigger Point Therapy, Deep tissue, and pre/post-natal massages. He is also certified to perform CUPPING THERAPY and K-TAPING.
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Malerie graduated from the Canadian Academy of Osteopathy in 2020 and has been in private practice since 2018. She is thrilled to be a member of OSTCAN association and to now be opening her third location in Fuzion Fitness, to treat the greater community of Cambridge.
Always knowing deep down that the body could self-heal and self-regulate, Malerie searched for years to heal the body through different modalities. Through food; attending Hippocrates Health Institute in Florida. Through movement; healing from her own surgery. And then finally Osteopathy found her. Being treated by an Osteopath and having relief of pain within a few treatments inspired Malerie to attend school in Hamilton, Ontario where she underwent a rigorous four and half year program with no less than 4,200 hours of education and hands-on training. Malerie continues to practice classical Osteopathy, following the same principles that were created by the founder (A.T Still) of Osteopathy in 1874.
Osteopaths follow the principles of Osteopathy and work with the body using the anatomy on all layers to guide the treatment. Essentially, Osteopaths realign the body in the center of gravity, relaxing and lengthening the tissues allowing fluid to flow in the path of least resistance and continue to heal on its own. Osteopaths know the body is self-healing and self-regulating and as long as muscles and organs are getting the supplies they need through the artery and nerve then proper drainage can take place though the vein and lymphatic system which will restore the health of the body. Osteopathic care has been found to be helpful for people of all ages with all types of health concerns, including: musculoskeletal issues (TMJ issues, tendonitis, carpal tunnel, tennis elbow, frozen shoulder & sciatica as some examples) spinal health, traumatic injury, digestive issues, sleep problems, reproductive issues, respiratory health and migraines.
*Please note Malerie offers a limited number of Community Treatments offered on a sliding scale if you are not covered by insurance or are otherwise in a precarious position.