Diana Supinska

2200 Hour Female RMT

Diana has been interested in health and fitness for most of her life, and what impact healthy living has on the body. This interest led her to pursue a career in Massage Therapy. She graduated from MH Vicars School of Massage Therapy with a 2200 Hour Diploma. Prior to Massage Therapy, Diana completed several programs in Fitness and Nutrition, and holds a current certification with CANFIT-PRO as a Personal Trainer Specialist. Her training focused on human anatomy, bio-mechanics, and nutrition ...

Diana has been interested in health and fitness for most of her life, and what impact healthy living has on the body. This interest led her to pursue a career in Massage Therapy. She graduated from MH Vicars School of Massage Therapy with a 2200 Hour Diploma. Prior to Massage Therapy, Diana completed several programs in Fitness and Nutrition, and holds a current certification with CANFIT-PRO as a Personal Trainer Specialist. Her training focused on human anatomy, bio-mechanics, and nutrition theory. She finds the human body fascinating and believes that all body systems will run properly if one eats real food and keeps moving throughout the day. Balance is the key!

Diana takes a comprehensive approach to Massage Therapy and is skilled in various types of manual therapy techniques. She will often incorporate a variety of myofascial release techniques, trigger point release therapy, joint mobilization, active inhibitition stretching, and cupping massage into a treatment session.

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My Services
Experience
Bodywork

Remedial Massage

Experience will a variety of Orthopedic conditions such as Fibromyalgia, MS, Stroke, Parkinson`s, and Pregnancy.

Cupping Massage

Completed cupping course including the use of glass fire cups, plastic cups, and silicone cups. Applying both sliding and stationary cupping to effectively release tissue.

Swedish and Therapeutic Massage

Relaxation massage techniques to de-stress as well as therapeutic techniques for work-related injuries, muscle imbalances, and MVA injuries. May include myofascial release, trigger point therapy, joint mobilizations, active inhibition stretching, and remedial exercises.