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209 Collishaw St Unit C, Moncton
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M-F 9-7pm|S 10-4pm

Jonathan graduated from the massage therapy program at Eastern Academy in St. John's, NL and is from beautiful Norris Point in the heart of Gros Morne National Park on the west coast of Newfoundland. He also became a Certified Personal Trainer (ISSA), which makes sense since sports have always been a significant part of his life; he enjoyed sports in school, such as volleyball and ball hockey.

The massage therapy and personal training program helped give him the knowledge necessary to work with rehabilitating various sports athletes. Some of these sports include; hockey, curling, softball, and soccer. He has also had the privilege of working with the Newfoundland Growlers (ECHL) and professional curlers at the Pinty's Grand Slam of Curling.

His anatomy and kinesiology background helps him create specialized treatment programs for clients, whether athletes, weekend warriors or those seeking wellness care. Jonathan's favourite thing about massage therapy is seeing clients progress over time, which gives him a great sense of accomplishment.

Certified Personal Trainer (ISSA)

Registered Massage Therapist at Naturology Centre Moncton Since 01/2022

Areas of Specialization
Therapeutic Massage Therapy and Wellness Care - Sports Massage, Deep Tissue Massage, General Swedish Massage, Joint Mobilizations, Trigger Point Therapy, Myo-Fascial Release, Self-Myofascial Release, and Stretch & Exercise Recommendations

Learn more: Massage Therapy Styles & Health Benefits

Therapist Qualifications

College of Massage Therapists of New Brunswick (CMTNB)
Association of New Brunswick Massage Therapists Inc. (ANBMT)

Popular Conditions Treated

Sports Injuries (sprains and strains): Massage can help alleviate pain, reduce inflammation, and promote healing by improving blood flow to the injured area. It can also help prevent stiffness and improve flexibility, which can be particularly beneficial for athletes.

Myofascial Pain Syndrome: This condition involves trigger points in the muscle that cause pain. Massage therapy can help release these trigger points, decrease muscle tension, and reduce pain.

Lower Back Pain: Massage can help relax tight muscles, increase flexibility, and improve blood flow to the affected area, which may help alleviate lower back pain.

Tension Headaches: Massage therapy can help reduce muscle tension in the neck and shoulders, which are common contributors to tension headaches. It can also promote relaxation and stress relief, which may help prevent future headaches.

Overuse Injuries (tendinitis, carpal tunnel): Massage can help improve circulation, decrease inflammation, and alleviate pain in affected areas. It can also help break up adhesions and scar tissue contributing to the problem.

Adhesive Capsulitis (frozen shoulder): Massage can help increase the range of motion in the shoulder by stretching and relaxing the muscles and connective tissue around the joint. It can also help reduce pain and inflammation.

Chronic Pain Conditions (arthritis, fibromyalgia): Massage therapy can help alleviate pain and stiffness by improving circulation, reducing inflammation, and promoting relaxation. It can also help improve sleep, vital for overall well-being and pain management.

Surgical Recovery: Massage can help reduce post-surgical pain, inflammation, and swelling. It can also help improve circulation and promote healing in the affected area.

TMJ Disorder: Massage can help relax the muscles around the jaw and face, which can help alleviate pain and reduce jaw tension. It can also help improve jaw mobility and function.

Depression and Anxiety: Massage therapy can help promote relaxation and stress relief, positively impacting mental health. It can also help improve sleep quality, vital for overall well-being and mental health.

It's important to note that each individual's treatment plan will vary based on their needs and symptoms.