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Jill M. Moore, RMT

{PJ} RMT, Jill M. MooreSome people know from the onset which career path they will choose. For others, it may take a while to figure it out. I knew I wanted to help people but I wasn’t sure in which capacity. My decision to become a Massage Therapist was greatly influenced by my brother, a Chiropractor and my sister-in-law, an RMT. Their enthusiasm for their chosen professions was contagious.

In 1996, I began my journey towards becoming an RMT. At Sutherland-Chan School and Teaching Clinic I met wonderful instructors who shared their knowledge and expertise. I hope I am able to continue to help improve the lives of others for many more years to come. I have enjoyed meeting people from different walks of life and hearing about their struggles and triumphs. Massage Therapy has been a rewarding career choice for me. Aside from my job, I enjoy spending time with my husband and twin daughters at my family’s cottage in the Haliburton Highlands. I also enjoy running, downhill skiing and reading.

To book an appointment with Jill, book online at https://peakbrooklin.janeapp.com or call Peak Health and Wellness at (905) 425-2448. Taking your health to new heights!


Stephanie McNown, RMT

{PJ} RMT, Stephanie McNownSince high school, I have known that I enjoyed health and fitness, but was not always clear on where that would lead me. After 4 years in university for Physical and Health Education, and 3 months as a Physiotherapy Assistant post grad, I learned that I had a passion for helping people become healthier and to recover from injury. I quickly realized that Massage Therapy allowed me to give people the hands-on treatment they needed as well as incorporate exercise and lifestyle changes that would help them improve their overall health. I went on to spend 2 years attending the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy where I volunteered in a variety of settings including the Toronto Rehabilitation Institution in the musculoskeletal program, public marathon races, and corporate offices.

In addition, I completed a placement within the high-risk pregnancy unit of Women’s College Hospital. I am constantly looking for ways to improve myself as a Health Care Professional. And my goal is to have my clients be a part of their therapy by giving them the tools they need to lead a healthy life. In my spare time, I enjoy photography, physical fitness, sports, movies, the occasional Netflix binge, and spending time with my family (especially my dog, Howard).

To book an appointment with Stephanie, book online at https://peakbrooklin.janeapp.com or call Peak Health and Wellness at (905) 425-2448. Taking your health to new heights!


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Tanya Sursug, RMT

Tanya graduated from the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy in 2006 and has been practicing for over twelve years. She has worked in a variety of settings including Rehabilitation, MVA, Naturopathic, Spa and Chiropractic and believes in an integrative and preventative approach to health. Her goal is to educate people through massage therapy and to produce optimal results through a variety of techniques and modalities.

Tanya is an avid animal lover and has demonstrated this through her fostering of cats/kittens and dogs and volunteer dog walking through Toronto animal services. She plans on expanding her massage experience into the animal world in the very near future.
Her repertoire includes:

• Deep tissue
• Muscle energy
• Remedial exercise
• Myofascial release and trigger point
• Acupressure
• Pregnancy
• Aromatherapy

To book an appointment with Tanya, book online at https://peakbrooklin.janeapp.com or call Peak Health and Wellness at (905) 425-2448. Taking your health to new heights!


Kimberly Robinson

Kimberly Robinson, RMT

Kimberly’s treatment approach is a combination of both therapeutic and relaxation massage while focusing on the clients’ needs and goals. She believes in working together with her clients to achieve the clearest approach and best results, with patient education playing a key role. She incorporates a variety of techniques such as Swedish massage, acupuncture, lymphatic drainage and joint mobilizations in order to provide an effective yet relaxing treatment.

Kimberly has worked with diverse populations such as athletes, seniors and adults with developmental disabilities. She also has provided treatments for a range of injuries and conditions from acute athletic injuries to chronic neurological disorders such as MS.

Kimberly is a graduate of Sutherland Chan Massage Therapy School and McMaster’s Neurofunctional Acupuncture program and incorporates her background as a Pilates instructor into prescribing therapeutic exercises for her clients. Additionally she has obtained a Level 2 Certification for Manual Lymphatic Drainage from Vodder International School.

Being a lifelong learner, she is currently studying Holistic Nutrition and preparing for the Advanced Neurofunctional Sports Performance Practitioner program at McMaster in the Spring of 2020.

Kimberly is a member in good standing with the College of Massage Therapists (CMTO).

To book an appointment with Kimberly, book online at https://peakbrooklin.janeapp.com or call Peak Health and Wellness at (905) 425-2448. Taking your health to new heights!


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