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Welcome! I'm Holly, and I am currently working out of my home based clinic in Smiths Falls, Ontario. I have been a Registered Massage Therapist with the CMTO for the past six years, and am very passionate about assisting others in their journey of healing and wellness. I strive to provide therapeutic care that is tailored to patients needs, high quality skills, updated research based modalities, and a comfortable relaxing environment. As a professional in this industry, it is my duty and pleasure to support you in setting sustainable treatment goals to improve your quality of life





As a child, Holly grew up in the small village of Burritt's Rapids, just south of Ottawa. She attended grade school in Merrickville and Kemptville. Holly has always been passionate about athletics, which made playing hockey and joining team sports a prominent hobby in her life. Throughout her educational career, her interest in anatomy, human kinetics and exercise science continued to flourish. It was evident a career in the field of health sciences would be her chosen pathway. 


Graduating from high school in 2012, Holly was then accepted to the Fitness and Health Promotion program at St. Lawrence College in Kingston. There, she was able to shadow personal trainers, athletic therapists and physiotherapists, but ultimately decided to pursue a career in massage therapy. She then applied for the two year intensive Massage Therapy program at Algonquin College, where she graduated in 2016. 

What can massage therapy treat?

Massage therapy isn't just about relaxing. In fact, there are two different types of massage! Relaxation only covers one aspect. The second type is called Therapeutic. This type of massage typically assists us in our recovery from ailments, and can help us manage our symptoms. Lets take a look at a few things therapeutic massages can help with ------ 

Muscle Tension


Tennis/ golfers elbow, achilles, patellar, bicep

Headaches/ Migraines

Plantar Fasciitis

Chronic Pain

Stress/ Anxiety 

Sports Injuries

Post Operative Rehabilitation 

Connective tissue, scar tissue, swelling 


Swedish Massage

Classic relaxation massage using a variety of techniques and the most commonly practiced

Myofascial Release

Focuses on the fascial tissues of the body by applying gentle/sustained pressure to reduce tension and pain. 

Trigger Point Therapy

Specifically targets knots or trigger points,  throughout the body that refer pain elsewhere. This technique helps release/soften the tissue to reduce or eliminate the knot pain.

Lymphatic Drainage

Gentle massage that encourages the movement of lymph fluids throughout the body. 

Craniosacral Therapy

Gentle, hands on approach that uses light touch to examine membranes and movements of fluids in and around the central nervous system (CNS)

Percussion Therapy

Accelerates the growth and repair of tissues by providing concentrated, rapid, short-duration pulses deep into the tissues of the body. This heavily increases blood flow to the area causing pain relief and an increasing range of motion and function.


30 Minute Massage:          $60.00

45 Minute Massage:          $80.00

60 Minute Massage:          $100.00

 75 Minute Massage:          $120.00



Smiths Falls, Ontario

Canada, K7A 4S5

(specifics will be sent to patient upon booking)



Mon & Tues: 1pm - 6pm

Wednesday: 12pm - 6pm

Thursday: 9am - 1:30pm

Friday: 8am - 12:30pm


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