Briea graduated from Brock University in 2013 with an Honours Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology. She then went on to become a personal trainer in Toronto where she developed her applied knowledge of the body and how it works. With her now extended knowledge, her passion for working with the body to restore optimal health and wellbeing grew and lead her to Ontario College where she obtained her Massage Therapy diploma. Now registered with the CMTO, Briea is practicing as an RMT specializing in fascial therapy and deep tissue massage. Her knowledge and understanding of sport and athletics allows her to provide outstanding care for those with sports injuries, and general sport specific ailments. However she is not limited to only sports massage, she enjoys helping all clientele get back to a pain free living.
Briea has competed in both weightlifting and powerlifting, as well as equine show jumping, competitive cheerleading, one half marathon and two Tough Mudders. With her diverse background in sport and training (not just humans, but horses too) Briea focuses on treating the body through massage therapy as well as corrective exercise and stretching to deliver lasting results.
Ashleigh is an energetic and dynamic massage therapist who enjoys sharing that positive energy with the clients that she serves. Prior to receiving her certification through the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario, Ashleigh received her diploma in Massage Therapy from the Ontario College of Health and Technology and also holds a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Brock University's Goodman School of Business.
She is continuously working towards her own highest levels of personal wellness through yoga, meditation, nutrition and fitness and continues to participate in yoga retreats and workshops, triathlons and running races, taking her passions internationally.
Combining her 200-hr yoga teacher certification with her massage therapy her approach to client care is holistic from assessment through to treatment. While much of today’s tension can be a result of neglect to personal wellness, she works alongside her clients to achieve manageable and progressive self-care routines to help maintain the positive musculoskeletal changes that they achieve together.
Brianna is a graduate from the Ontario College of Health and Technology in Stoney Creek. She completed her certification exams in December of 2016 and became registered with The College of Massage Therapists of Ontario in 2017.
Her passion for healing was cemented for her through her clinic hours at school. There she was able to treat a variety of different clients from young athletes to retirees and the elderly. She is trained in General Swedish Massage and Myofascial techniques and is able to incorporate these into any type of treatment plan whether it be relaxation based or treating an on-going chronic pain issue. She is passionate about her patients and their care, by combining her thorough assessment and technique skills she is able to create custom treatment plans to assist in their journey toward better health!
She has recently celebrated her ONE YEAR ANNIVERSARY with Liva Health and looks forward to many more years with the amazing team here!
Amanda graduated from Ontario College of Health and Technology from Massage Therapy in 2017. She also holds two diplomas from Niagara College in Business and Fitness and Health. After registering with the CMTO in January of 2018, Amanda specializes in fascial release, sports injuries, deep tissue work and TMJ dysfunction.
Amanda spent two years in the Canadian Military and has worked as a Personal Trainer. She has also competed in both Powerlifting and Weightlifting. With an extensive background in sports and training, Amanda focuses on treating the body through various techniques, along with exercise to produce effective and lasting results.
Amanda understands how much of a set back it is to be in pain and discomfort as she is passionate about fitness, is an avid hiker and enjoys anything outdoors. She strives to make all her patients feel better as fast as possible so they can get back to their everyday lives.