Nicole MurrayRegistered Massage Therapist
Energetic | Compassionate | Visionary
"Yesterday is the past, tomorrow is the future, but today is a gift, and that's why it's called the present" - Bil Keane
With strong interests in the human body, physical fitness, helping others, and nutrition, Nicole believes the idea of pursuing massage is an exciting and endless learning experience that combines these things. She welcomes every case that comes through the door with an open mind and determination to make a difference in one’s life, big or small.
Nicole is a great listener, and takes everything into consideration when it comes to treating.
She listens strongly to her intuition and believes having had personal experience with chronic pain and various treatments such as fascial work, has helped her have a better understanding and apporach when treating.
Nicole also makes sure to spend a few minutes after treatment to talk about how the patient is feeling, and talk about/demonstrate things that can be done at home such as stretches, strengthening exercises, or other suggestions to overall improve/maintain ones’ health and well being.
Nicole enjoys working out at her local gym, powerlifting with her boyfriend, and skating on the ice playing ringette. She also enjoys a good travel related book and travel itself!
Available at our Fall River Location
- Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy (CCMH) 2200 hour program
- Fascial therapy for shoulder and upper body certification by Stuart Therapies
- Cupping massage therapy certification
- Sports massage based clinic (during CCMH program)
- Arthritis and Chronic pain based clinic (during CCMH program)
- Pregnancy based clinic (during CCMH program)
- Spa based clinic (during CCMH program)
- Guasha level 1 and 2
- Advanced Myofascial release for the face and neck
- Myofascial release
- Deep tissue massage
- Cupping massage therapy
- Therapeutic massage
- Homecare (stretches, strengthening, exercises)
- *upcoming guasha level 1 and 2 (April 2019)
- Chronic pain
- Fascial restrictions
- Neck and Back pain
- Trigger points and Deep tissue work
- Shoulder/rotator cuff pain
- Nerve impingement (sciatica, thoracic outlet syndrome, carpal tunnel)
- Overuse/repetitive injuries (Tennis/golfers elbow)
- Postural issues