Nicole Baker, RMT
Nicole is a registered member in good standing with The College of Massage Therapists of Ontario. She graduated from the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy in 2011, where she exceeded her practical experience requirements.
Nicole has always had a passion for helping others which has led her to her career as an RMT. Since graduating Nicole has taken additional courses to benefit her clients such as therapeutic ultrasound, kinesiology taping, cupping therapy and hot stone massage.
Nicole enjoys spending her spare time out doors with her 2 dogs, friends and family.
Holly Broughton, RMT
Holly Broughton graduated with honours in 2011 from the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy and is in good standing with the CMTO. Holly surpassed her requirements in college and worked with clients in Hospice Wellington, the MS society and participated in business wellness days. Holly has worked in many different settings including a chiropractic clinic, spa and clinical environment where she has seen a diverse clientele with many ailments, injuries and treatment needs. These work experiences have given Holly the ability and knowledge to work with various clients to address their treatment goals. Holly’s technique is very thorough and can be adapted to each client’s needs whether it be deep tissues massage, relaxation, trigger point therapy, fascial techniques and so on. During Holly’s career, she has continued to advance her skills by taking various courses, and provides Kinesiology taping, manual lymphatic drainage (basic course1), therapeutic ultrasound and cupping so she can implement new techniques into her treatments and help clients achieve their wellness goals sooner. Holly also provides hot stone massage for those who want a relaxing, warm, massage treatment. Holly strives to provide a therapeutic massage in a relaxing, comfortable environment so her clients can have a little bit of “me” time.
When Holly is not in the clinic you will find her at the barn training and riding her dressage horse, hanging out with her dogs, snowboarding, swimming and spending time with her friends and family.
Lora Price, RMT
Lora is a registered member in good standing with the College of Massage Therapy of Ontario.
She graduated with honours from the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy in 2008.
Lora has had experience in many different areas, from volunteering at multiple sporting events, hospice outreaches, and working in clinical settings.
Lora has continued her education taking courses such as Cupping Therapy, Therapeutic Ultrasound, and Hot Stone Therapy.
Lora has always had a passion for helping people, and is successful in treating stress related concerns, injuries, acute and chronic pain with varied techniques, from deep tissue therapy to relaxation techniques.
Besides Massage Therapy, Lora enjoys photography, hiking with her two Labs, and spending time with her family.
Cathy Oliva, B.Sc., RMT
Cathy is an RMT in good standing with the CMTO. Cathy graduated with honours from CCMH in 2006 and has been practising in a medical clinic setting ever since. Entering her 12th year in the profession, Cathy has decided to make a change and join the staff at Revive.
Cathy is committed to a life of education and earned a Bachelor of Science in Biology at McMaster University before her massage therapy training. Since becoming registered, Cathy has taken many courses to expand her therapeutic knowledge and is able to incorporate a variety of modalities including: ultrasound, kinesiotaping, trigger point therapy and cupping, into her treatments.
Cathy's extensive experience has exposed her to a wide variety of clients and conditions, and she is able to assess and treat any client she encounters. As a longtime member of the network of local health care practitioners, Cathy is knowledgable about who to collaborate with when there is a need for multiple practitioners.
Outside of work, Cathy keeps busy raising her two small children, enjoys attending concerts and spending time writing.
Tatiana Viveiros, RMT
Tatiana is in good standing with the College of Massage Therapy of Ontario.
She graduated from the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy in 2017. During her time at the college she was given the opportunity to take a pregnancy course and work in the high risk unit at Sunnybrook Hospital. She also participated in many outreaches, including hospice, MS Society, Trinity village, Aquired Brain Injury Centre and more.
As she continues in the profession, she seeks to take more courses to help benefit clients and assist them in reaching their goals.
Tatiana enjoys spending time with her family and friends or can be seen daydreaming about traveling the world.
Meaghan Osmond, RMT
Meaghan is in good standing with the College of Massage Therapy of Ontario. She has graduated from the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy in 2018.
In addition to her clinical experience during her time in college, Meaghan has had the opportunity to participate in multiple sports outreaches and hospices. She will be continuously seeking beneficial courses and opportunities to help expand her knowledge so she can provide the most suitable treatment to each of her clients.
Meaghan is always looking for new places to travel, she loves to keep active playing sports and spending time outdoors with her friends and family.
Victoria Webster, B.SC. (KIN), RMT
Victoria is an active member in good standing with the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario and Registered Massage Therapists’ Association of Ontario.
Victoria graduated from the Canadian College of Massage & Hydrotherapy in 2018 where she was recognized for achieving the highest academic average in her graduating class. Prior to the successful completion of her massage therapy education, she obtained a Bachelor of Science Degree (Dean’s Honour List), majoring in Kinesiology, from the University of Waterloo. Victoria is also a certified Group Fitness Instructor through CanFitPro and loves helping others achieve their health and fitness goals.
Throughout her time in school she developed a passion for helping people in pain and discomfort by applying specific massage techniques supported by her advanced knowledge of human anatomy and physiology. Victoria’s client centered approach involves working with clients through their unique goals and investigating the root cause of dysfunction and pain. She utilizes various techniques such as trigger point therapy, fascial release, proprioceptive techniques, range of motion, joint mobilizations, and Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation(PNF) stretching to achieve optimal results. Victoria plans to pursue further education in Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ) Dysfunction and Fascial Stretch Therapy.
In her spare time she enjoys exploring new places, a good cup of tea, and going for runs with her running group, the Cambridge Harriers.