Allie graduated from Georgian College in 2016, and has been practicing since January 2017. She is Registered and in Good Standing with the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario, and is a member of the Registered Massage Therapists Association of Ontario.Allie relies on doing a thorough assessment to determine the problem, and working with the client to get the best results out of their treatment. Since starting her practice, Allie has taken extra courses to be able to offer more to her clients. She is now certified in Rock Tape (a high quality kinesiology tape), Silicone Cupping, Soft Tissue Release (a similar technique to Active Release Technique, by providing movement into a stretch while applying pressure on a muscle) and is a Certified Personal Trainer.She believes that your body is meant to move, and will therefore have better results when there is movement involved in your treatment. In the future, Allie wants to expand her knowledge on Fascial Release and Fascial Stretching, as well as treatment for Post-Concussion Symptoms and Sport-Massage Therapy.
Silicone Cupping Description
Allie Weeks is certified in Silicone Cupping. This is a technique that stems from Ancient Chinese Medicine. The Silicone Cups use suction, instead of pressure like Massage Therapy, to improve circulation, decrease muscle tension and pain, and helps the body break down adhesions.
Fascial Stretch Therapy
Now offering Fascial Stretch Therapy™ (FST) in 75, 60, 45 or 30 minute sessions as a way to help relieve tense, sore, and overworked muscles. Whether from working out or the stressors of your day and tightening weighing upon you, these sessions can help you stand taller, and move through life less burdened.
What is Fascia and FST: Your fascia is a form of connective tissue that surrounds your entire body like a net. It surrounds every muscle fiber, muscle belly, your nerves and organs, and connects your toes all the way up to your head.
Fascial Stretch Therapy is a form of manual stretching that takes your body into all different ranges of motion. This will decrease pain, improve range of motion, increase your blood circulation, and leave you feeling lighter and rejuvenated.
Your body is meant to move! And during so much of our day we don’t move enough or in the correct way, FST can get you moving! Your body deserves this tension relieving technique.