Joanne Waylen graduated with hounours from the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy and has been practicing in Alliston for over 20 years. She enjoys working with clients of all ages and encourages people to use massage therapy as part of an ongoing maintenance program. She partakes in ongoing learning and is trained in acupuncture. When not at work, Joanne skis, gardens, drinks wine and hangs with cats.
Amanda Patton RMT
Amanda Patton graduated with honours from the Massage Therapy program at Everest College and has worked at Bodies In Balance for 11 years. Her focus is reducing chronic pain as well improving movement and mobility and believes maintenance is an important part of healthy living. Amanda is trained in pre-natal, hot stone and Swedish massage and also offers ion foot cleanses. In her spare time, Amanda enjoys going to the gym, camping and travelling with her family and nature walks with her son and dog.
Christina Conte RMT
Christina Conte is a graduate of the Georgian College Massage Therapy program in Barrie and has worked at Bodies In Balance for 9 years. She is trained to perform manual lymphatic drainage, trigger point therapy, Swedish, pre-natal and hot stone massage. She prides herself in client centered care and feels it is very important for clients to take part in their recovery process.
Kyle Bonnyman RMT
Kyle Bonnyman is a graduate of the Humber College Massage Therapy program and has been practicing since 2016. He enjoys working with clients of all ages and physical limitations to obtain a pain free life. He is a strong believer that massage and remedial exercise are important for the body and soul. Kyle is also trained in Medical Acupuncture and integrates acupuncture into treatments when it is beneficial. Kyle sits on the disciplinary committee with the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario ensuring public protection.
When not at work, Kyle enjoys traveling, working out, and enjoying some finer things in life.