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Our Therapists

Tammy Wasylowski, RMT, C.ac, graduated from MTCM in January 2009.  She previously worked at a physiotherapy clinic and an athletic therapy clinic before opening In Good Hands.  Her experience is primarily focused on deep tissue and therapeutic massage.  Tammy is also trained in Cupping and Acupuncture.  She is passionate about massage and believes in an integrated approach of modalities to achieve the best possible result.  When she’s not at work, being a mom to her daughter is the most rewarding part of her day.  

John LaganseRMT, graduated from MTCM in January 2009.  He is experienced in relaxation and deep tissue massage but loves to do a hybrid of both.   One of John’s greatest attributes is his peaceful presence.  John is also trained in IASTM (Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilizations) for soft tissue dysfunctions and Cupping.  When he’s not at work, John loves spending time with his wife and daughter. 

Duela Froese, RMT, graduated from Wellington College in 2012.  Previous to joining our team, Duela had a successful practice in a busy chiropractic office.  She is experienced in therapeutic and deep tissue massage techniques.  She is also trained in TMJ dysfunctions, visceral massage and prenatal massage. Outside of work, she enjoys spending time with her family.

Cora Lee Taylor, RMT, graduated from Wellington College in 2003. She enjoys treating athletes. She is experienced in sports massage and therapeutic massage.  Cora Lee has taken advanced TMJ courses and enjoys helping people with TMJ dysfunctions.  In her downtime, she loves spending time with her dog.

Whitney Reid, RMT, graduated from Wellington College in 2017. She enjoys deep tissue and therapeutic massage. Whitney has experience working with athletes and enjoys sports massage.  She also has additional training in breast massage; which includes mastectomies and scar tissue work. When she’s not at work, she enjoys being active and living a health conscious lifestyle.

Tamara Boschman, RMT, graduated from Evolve College in January 2019 and is excited to be a part of the In Good Hands team. Tamara has experience working in a therapeutic and spa environment. She is also trained in cupping massage and is motivated to continue to expand her knowledge with further education. In her down time Tamara is often found on the soccer field or spending time with family.

Stephanie Jemielity, RMT is our newest team member but graduated from MTCM (now Evolve College) in 2011.  She enjoys helping the diverse public. Stephanie has training in IASTM (Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilizations) and has taken multiple cupping courses. She also enjoys doing prenatal massage because she has two little ones of her own that keep her busy when she isn’t working. 

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