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MASSAGE THERAPY

Meet our Bedford Massage Therapists


Holly Simmons

Registered Massage Therapist

Holly graduated with honours from ICT Northumberland College in 2009. She brings many years of experience into her practice, offering Therapeutic Massage with a mix of Swedish, Deep Tissue and Myofascial techniques. She is certified with Gary Schweitzer’s Deep Tissue Therapy, Fascial Movement Taping (sports taping) and is a level II Reiki Practitioner. Her intuitive and welcoming nature will always help you feel at ease.  

In Holly’s 10 years of practice, she has enjoyed helping pregnant moms, motor vehicle accidents clients, clients with Sciatica, Sprains, Arthritis, Neck Pain, Plantar Fasciitis and many other ailments affecting one’s daily activities. 

Holly believes everybody is different and no two clients are alike, thus specifies each treatment for you and you alone. Holly’s primary goal is to see you walk out feeling an overall improved state of mind and body.  

In her spare time, Holly enjoys quality time with her energetic, fearless and thoughtful daughter, Lucy. Along with her loving husband Tim, they take family weekend camping trips in the summer and wish they could be camping year-round! When Holly is not with the family, she can be seen at the gym, keeping active with her friends or staying grounded.  

Cecelia Driscoll

Registered Massage Therapist

Meet Cecelia! Cecelia graduated from ICT Northumberland College in 2014 and is also trained in Deep Tissue, Cupping, Suikodo, Bowen Therapy and Cranial Sacral Therapy. Cecelia recently trained in fascial approaches to the shoulder (2018) and as a therapist, she listens to you first and then tailors her treatments to your specific needs.  

Cecelia works with sport injuries, concussions, headaches, motor vehicles accidents, fibromyalgia and other systemic health conditions, such as Multiple Sclerosis, rheumatoid arthritis, scoliosis and connective tissue disorders. Cecelia has a special interest in supporting patients while they heal from ailments which are difficult to resolve; plantar fasciitis, migraines and nerve impingement conditions etc. 

 Cecelia has also created and teaches Micro-exercises, a full body/mind system that is easy to learn and can be utilized in almost any setting.  

 Micro-Exercises  

Micro-exercises are small, targeted muscle contractions (isometric) that work specific groups of muscles without added strain on your body. They are especially useful for people who are recovering from injury or who are at a desk or in an environment where other forms of exercise are not appropriate. 

Micro-exercises emerged for Cecelia due to a desire to help patients treat themselves with more kindness. In her massage therapy practice Cecelia noticed all of her clients expressed dissatisfaction with their body. This has been true regardless of weight, diet, age and/or health conditions. Desiring that her patients feel better about themselves Cecelia began developing the exercise series in combination with the Double-positive philosophy.  

Tahnee Krajacic

Registered Massage Therapist, Certified Fascial Stretch Therapist

Tahnee is from Toronto, Ontario where she graduated with Honors, successfully completed her OSCE and MCQ exams and completed a certification in Pre-Natal Massage.

Before becoming a massage therapist Tahnee was beginning a career in photography and took the opportunity to backpack through Eastern Europe. In 2010 Tahnee was inspired to change her career path when she began to spend time at an American Military Hospital in Bethesda, MA. She watched a family member undergo an extensive physical recovery process which motivated her to get involved in health care and rehabilitation. In 2014 Tahnee graduated, moved to Nova Scotia and began to work in Halifax. Tahnee has also spent time in Banff, Alberta where she was able to treat members of the men’s Canadian Olympic Curling Team.

Tahnee is a natural athlete who grew up playing soccer, among other sports and now enjoys running. She has experienced her own injuries and knows how important a good recovery is. Tahnee believes Massage Therapy is a physical and mental therapy that benefits everyone. She believes education and teamwork with her patients is essential to achieve the best results.

Sophie Audet

Registered Massage Therapist and Acupuncturist

Sophie Audet was born and raised in Moncton Acupuncturist N.B. After years of traveling and exploring her own health issues she stumbled upon articles and images of acupuncture and Chinese Medicine, this immediately sparked something that made her decide to re-prioritize her life and to dedicate it to the betterment of others. She then decided to relocate to Victoria BC and enrolled at Pacific Rim college. Three years later she graduated with her diploma of acupuncture and successfully passed the Pan-Canadian examinations shortly after. Sophie also went back to school to become a registered massage therapist as well!

She believes that pain and disease are not simply an inconvenience but it is a way for our bodies to communicate to us for help. Silencing your discomfort with medication on a long term basis will not necessarily service you. She has experience treating a wide variety of issues, but am particularly interested in treating pain, injuries, and psychoemotional disorders.

In her spare time Sophie can be found at a gym getting ready for her next powerlifting meet or at a dog park spending time with her pug and boston terrier.

If curiosity about massage therapy or Chinese medicine strikes don’t hesitate contacting her. Call us at 902-407-7207!

Becky O’Connor

Registered Massage Therapist

Becky graduated with Honors from her 2200 hour Massage Therapy program through Eastern College in February 2019.

Throughout her program, Becky developed knowledge within musculoskeletal, full body anatomy, physical rehabilitation, sports injury, motor vehicle related accidents, back pain, sprains and strains, nerve related pain, headaches, chronic pain, and treatment of a wide variety of conditions.

During Becky’s studies, it has led her to having interest within deep tissue massage, post-surgical rehab, Manual Lymph Drainage, TMJ Dysfunction, and Trigger Point Therapy. Becky would like to further her education by taking continuing education courses within that direction.

With over 8 years of experience in the Medical atmospheres, Becky became passionate about the benefits of co-treating alongside of Chiropractors, Physiotherapists, and other medical practitioners. She strives to see you come out of treatment in an improved state, and to obtain her overall goal of maintaining the best client care possible.

In her spare time, you can find Becky enjoying quality time with her Fiancé Scott. Becky loves her home life where she can see her friends and family, go to hockey games, hit the ski hill, go boating, or whatever adventure the week unfolds.

Meet our Fall River Massage Therapists


Caroline Tremblay

Registered Massage Therapist

Caroline is originally from Chicoutimi, Quebec, but has had the pleasure to call Nova Scotia home for over 15 years. She comes from a military family, but found that her calling was a career in massage therapy after she experienced first hand how chronic pain can affect not only the one injured, but also their loved ones. As an RMT she feels she is fulfilling her purpose to help others achieve a better quality of life physically, mentally and spiritually!
Caroline graduated from Halifax’s ICT Northumberland College in 2013 and has taken a special interest in treating repetitive stress injuries, posture related back and neck pain, TMJ dysfunction, Disc deterioration and herniations as well as pain management for autoimmune disorders.
During her 2200 hour massage program she volunteered with the MS Society of Nova Scotia and the Halifax Rainmen Basketball team. She also took elective courses in Myofascial Release, Suikodo, as well as Prenatal and Infant massage.
Her treatment style incorporates Swedish Massage, myofascial and trigger point release, deep tissue techniques and cupping therapy. She believes no two clients are identical and believes that clear communication between therapist and client is key to making and achieving your health and wellbeing goals. In her spare time, Caroline enjoys yoga, reading, and trail hikes with her dog.

Tahnee Krajacic

Registered Massage Therapist , Certified Fascial Stretch Therapist

Tahnee is from Toronto, Ontario where she graduated with Honors, successfully completed her OSCE and MCQ exams and completed a certification in Pre-Natal Massage.

Before becoming a massage therapist Tahnee was beginning a career in photography and took the opportunity to backpack through Eastern Europe. In 2010 Tahnee was inspired to change her career path when she began to spend time at an American Military Hospital in Bethesda, MA. She watched a family member undergo an extensive physical recovery process which motivated her to get involved in health care and rehabilitation. In 2014 Tahnee graduated, moved to Nova Scotia and began to work in Halifax. Tahnee has also spent time in Banff, Alberta where she was able to treat members of the men’s Canadian Olympic Curling Team.

Tahnee is a natural athlete who grew up playing soccer, among other sports and now enjoys running. She has experienced her own injuries and knows how important a good recovery is. Tahnee believes Massage Therapy is a physical and mental therapy that benefits everyone. She believes education and teamwork with her patients is essential to achieve the best results.

Nicole Murray

Registered Massage Therapist

Nicole Murray is from Middle Sackville and has excelled in and graduated from the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy class of 2018.

With strong interests in the human body, physical fitness, nutrition, and helping others, she believes the idea of pursuing massage is an exciting and endless learning experience that combines these things.

Nicole welcomes every case that comes through the door with and open mind and determination to make a difference in one’s life, big or small. She loves using a fascial therapy/myofascial release approach for her treatments. She has taken a Fascial Therapy course for the shoulder and upper body and is also certified in Cupping Therapy. Within school hours, Nicole has completed training in Sports massage, arthritis, pregnancy, and spa-treatment based clinics.

Nicole can incorporate and apply techniques needed such as neuromuscular techniques, trigger point release, general Swedish massage and relaxation techniques, low-grade joint mobilizations, proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation, as well as strengthening and stretching exercises.

Growing up playing sports, Nicole has always been a team player and knowing it is important to work together to achieve a goal. She loves getting a good workout in at her local gym and she has a passion for travel as it involves adventures, life experiences, and new learning opportunities.

Nicole wants to make a positive difference in your life! Come and see her today!

Sam Coulstring

Registered Massage Therapist

Samantha graduated from the two year massage therapy program at the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Samantha has gained experience and interest in musculoskeletal injuries. She incorporates into her treatments facial release techniques, deep tissue work, cupping massage, and  instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization ( IASTM) techniques. She has continued to expand her knowledge of the human body and techniques that address a multitude of conditions with the intent of providing the most effective treatments for her patients. It is her passion to provide a safe and effective treatment to help her patients achieve their goals of a healthy well-being.
Samantha’s hobbies include weight lifting, gaming, camping, drawing and taking her three dogs for walks. She enjoys using what she has learned in these activities to help understand how the human body moves and what problems can arise. She understands the kinds of strains and stress that we can put our bodies through on a  day to day basis, and the long term effects it can have.
Samantha has also worked in a gym setting and has worked in the Canadian Armed Forces. These physically demanding jobs have increased her interest in patient rehabilitation through strength and mobility training.

What is Massage Therapy ?


Our team of experienced massage therapists at Kinetesis Spine & Joint Clinic (Bedford) and Muscle & Joint Care (Fall River) will give you your massage just the way you like. Whether you prefer a “lighter”, therapeutic massage or a “deeper”, sports massage, our therapists can deliver. We make it our mission to help you resolve your pain, muscle, tension or stress, and improve your overall health and wellness!

We Offer…

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Morning, Afternoon & Evening Appointments

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Optional Email Reminders

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Direct Billing Available For Blue Cross, Great West Life, Manulife and more!

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Instant Appointments With Online Booking

Types Of Massage Services Offered


Therapeutic Massage

Therapeutic massage simply means it has real health benefits, but also indicate that the massage therapy will be a little more intense.

Sports Massage

Sports massage is specifically tailored to sports injuries, injury prevention and improved performance. It is not meant to be relaxing massage therapy and can become vigorous at times.

Myofascial Massage

Myofascial Massage therapy focuses on treating pain arising from myofascial tissues — the tough membranes that wrap, connect and support your muscles

Swedish Massage

Swedish massage is the most common and best-known type of massage, which is gentle and the main purpose is to relax the entire body.

Trigger Point Massage

Trigger point massage loosens tense areas in the muscles to relieve pain. You can feel a significant decrease in pain after just one treatment.

Deep Tissue Massage

Deep tissue massage therapy is aimed at the deeper tissue structures of the muscle and fascia, also called connective tissue.

Foot Massage

Get relief from plantar fasciitis by loosening the foot muscles, calves and hamstrings.

Head, Neck & Shoulder Massage

This is a beautifully relaxing massage therapy that targets all the places you hold the most tension – the head, neck and shoulders.

Massage Appointment Options & Fees


Minute Massage ($55+Tax)

Minute Massage ($85+Tax)

Minute Massage ($115+Tax)

For A Limited Time Only, Get A 60 Minute Massage For Only $65(+tax) On Your First Visit!

Common Questions


Do I Need A Referral For Massage Therapy?

For Massage Therapy a referral is not necessary, however certain insurance companies will require a doctors referral for reimbursement. Please check with your insurance provider to determine if a referral is necessary. Should you have any questions, please call the clinic at 902-407-7207.

Do I Need A Referral For Acupuncture?

For Acupuncture a referral is not necessary, however certain insurance companies will require a doctors referral for reimbursement. Please check with your insurance provider to determine if a referral is necessary. Should you have any questions, please call the clinic at 902-407-7207.fits, please call the clinic at 902-407-7207.

Which Companies Do You Provide Direct Billing For?

We can direct bill for most patients/clients who have the following insurance coverage:

  • Blue Cross
  • Great West Life
  • Desjardins
  • Industrial Alliance
  • Johnson
  • Manulife
  • Maximum Benefit
  • Johnson Group
  • Standard Life
  • Sun Life
  • Chambers of Commerce
What Is Your Cancellation Policy?

You may cancel your appointment anytime without charge up to 4 hours prior to your appointment.

What Methods Of Payments Do You Accept?

We currently accept Visa, Mastercard, debit, cheque, or cash.

How Much Does Massage Therapy Cost?

30 minute appointments are $55+tax

60 minute appointments are $85+tax

90 minute appointments are $115+tax

How Many Massage Therapy Sessions Will I Need?

The number of sessions is always your choice. Many people book appointments to help relax,relieve pain and improve health and wellness, as needed. Based on your goals (such as injury management, loosen tight muscles, etc), symptoms, history and physical assessment, our therapist may recommend a treatment plan to achieve your goals. For optimal tissue health benefits, some people will book regularly scheduled appointments, similar to regular dentist visits.

Do You Treat Athletes?

Yes, a number of our clients are athletes ranging from weekend warrior, marathon runners and professional athletes.

Do You Treat Motor Vehicle Accidents?

Yes, we provide chiropractic for injury management, such as whiplash, following a motor vehicle accident. We direct bill to motor vehicle insurance companies.

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