Annie Robitaille, RMT, DO(MP) - Owner

Registered Massage Therapist

Osteopath (Manual Practitioner)

Member of The College of Massage Therapy of Ontario (2005)

  • Three year program in Massage Therapy (2005); specialization in sports therapy

  • Osteopathic Manual Practitioner (2011)

I have always had a natural passion in human anatomy and physiology.  The complexity of the human body makes it an interesting challenge, as everyone is unique.  For me, understanding my client’s symptoms is a vital aspect to help them achieve their optimal health.  Continual education about medical conditions and different manual techniques is most important to better treat my clients and provide the best costumer service.  In 2009, I began studying Osteopathy where this different approach to treatment gave me a new understanding of the body’s function.  By combining Massage Therapy and Osteopathy, I am able to incorporate both practices to treat the musculoskeletal system. As part of my Osteopathy studies, I completed a thesis on my other passion: long distance running.  As a runner for the past 20 years, I wanted to broaden my knowledge about injuries common in long distance running and its relationship with Osteopathy.  Osteopathy has evolved my practice and approach in treating my clients.  As a result, I have a wider approach where I have seen an increase in success in helping my clients.

Danielle Van Holst, RMT


Registered Massage Therapist

Member of The College of Massage Therapy of Ontario (2011)

  • Three year program in Massage Therapy(2011)

  • Myofascial Release (2014)

  • Cranial Sacral Therapy Level 1 (2016)

I have completed a three year program at Algonquin College for Massage Therapy, where I was able to specialize in number of different areas including rehabilitation and treatment of chronic conditions. Since my graduation, I have been working with a local breast cancer organization providing massage therapy both to women currently undergoing cancer treatments and to those recovering, focusing on restrictive scar tissue, lymphedema and other common results of cancer treatment. I have a strong interest in learning and continued education which I think is key to the growth of any health care practitioner. I hope to provide a personalized approach to Massage Therapy and to work together with my clients to achieve their goals.