Daiana (Dee) graduated from Humber College in 2016 where she then fast-tracked for a year and also graduated from Bryan College in 2018 to become a Registered Massage Therapist (RMT).

Throughout her years at Humber, Daiana has had experience with treating infants and pre-natal women, plus she is experienced in diabetes, HIV/AIDS massage, as well as acquired brain injury massage and also palliative care.

Daiana’s goal as a registered massage therapist is not to focus on the pain but to find where the pain is coming from and why. She uses all of the skills and knowledge she has acquired to provide a safe and effective treatment to her patients. She is trained in a variety of techniques such as Swedish massage, joint mobilization, myofascial release, trigger point therapy, stretching and remedial exercise.

Daiana plans on taking additional courses to further her knowledge in order to help as well as educate her client’s needs. She is registered with the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario (CMTO). She looks forward to meeting you and provide a safe and effective treatment.

What is registered massage therapy?

Registered massage therapy, a regulated health profession in Ontario, is generally taught in the method of Swedish massaging. This technique involves long, smooth strokes, kneading, and other movements intent on causing relaxation of the muscles, accomplished by improving circulation to the muscles via the massage, thereby improving oxygen and nutrient supply to the tissues. While a registered massage therapist helps treat injuries, illness and stress, they are also excellent for helping prevent illness and conditions before they develop.