Laura is a 2200hr therapist registered with Remedial Massage Therapist Association (RMTA), and graduated from MH Vicars School of Massage Therapy.
Her journey to become a therapist started many years ago when she started to access massage therapy to help treat her own sciatic pain. Having positive experiences in not only the treatment of the pain, but throughout her pregnancies as well, have ensured that massage is part of Laura’s regular self-care routine, and she encourages her clients to do the same.
During her time at MH Vicars, Laura learned the value and importance of treatment plans, remedial exercise, and client focused care. Because of this, she tailors each and every one of her client’s treatments specifically to their individual needs, ensuring effective home care instructions are provided, and modifying every treatment based on the client’s progress.
Though trained to effectively work and treat a number of conditions, Laura enjoys pre/postnatal massage, addressing overuse syndromes (such as tennis elbow, plantar fasciitis), and treating nerve compression syndromes (such as sciatica and carpal tunnel syndrome).
To continue providing the best care to her clients, Laura is frequently updating her training, and finding new modalities to better her abilities as a remedial massage therapist.