Therapeutically Driven

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About Me

I am a therapeutically driven Registered Massage Therapist (RMT) who graduated with honours from The College of Massage and Hydrotherapy. Additionally, I hold a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology and Health Science. My approach to massage is hybrid, where I focus on assessing and treating individuals using a variety of techniques that go beyond traditional massaging of muscles and soft tissue that can include joint mobilization, deep tissue massage, stretching, and more...

Jennifer Lyons cupping a male's back
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Jennifer Lyons stretching a male's leg
Jennifer Lyons massaging a male's leg

Continuous growth for me comes from my curiosity, passion, and commitment to learn and grow in my profession. I encourage clients to be on the move and have balance in their life, I do that as well. For myself this can include: hitting the gym, taking myself on a bike ride, or going for a walk to see if I spot something new in the neighbourhood. When I am not working, I love to travel with my partner and explore new places documenting our adventures through photographs.

Experienced With:

Shoulder Impingement
Lateral epicondylitis (Tennis Elbow)
Muscle Tension
Sports/Recreation Injuries (Sprains/Strains)
Scar tissue using cupping
Osgood Schlatter

I am therapeutically driven by looking at the whole body. Therefore, I prioritize with the patient the most important issues that need to be addressed first. And secondary issues will be addressed in subsequent treatments.

Primary Services


As a therapeutic massage therapist, I utilize a range of techniques and modalities that vary from light to deep pressure. The methods and pressure that I use are tailored to what's happening within your body tissue, nervous system, and personal experiences.

This treatment can be very effective and beneficial (emotional, mentally, spiritually, and/or physically) and will vary from person to person. My hands-on approach can influence your nervous system, relieve muscle tension, reduce scar tissue, improve your range of motion, increase function and quality of life, and alleviate pain and discomfort.

Jennifer Lyons' massaging the back of a male


As a massage therapist, I use cupping as a decompressing technique to reduce pain, muscle tension, soft tissue restrictions, and improve range of motion. It's also great for treating scar tissue and other forms of muscle tension.

*Cupping can have contraindications for some health conditions. Therefore, I recommend consulting with me before your first treatment.

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Manual Therapy Techniques

By combining manual therapy techniques along with providing education and therapeutic exercises, I have witnessed the transformation in my clients. I find it most rewarding when the clients express the difference they have noticed in their function and health.

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Hands on Soft Tissue Manipulation

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Assistive Tools (such as Cupping)

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Joint Mobilizations

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Therapeutic Exercises for the Home or Gym

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And Much More...

Don't let stress and tension hold you back. Experience the transformative power of massage therapy - book now or contact me to learn more!