Registered Massage Therapists

Jesica (Jes) Munster

Jesica Munster

Jesica graduated from Sutherland-Chan School and Teaching Clinic eight years ago. She is passionate about helping people relax as well as decreasing pain through manual therapy. She believes that relaxation plays a key role in the normal functions of our body, that are sometimes interfered by stress. In conjunction with the more traditional relaxation massage Jesica utilizes techniques such as myofascial releases, trigger point treatment, joint mobilization, Cranio-Sacral Therapy, Thai massage, hot stone massage and Acupuncture. Jesica believes that the combination of manual therapy, exercise, and pain education can do a great deal to diminish pain.

As an RMT, Jesica has experience providing pre and postnatal care, treating clients with cancer, multiple sclerosis, sports injuries and general pain and discomfort. Jesica considers herself a very malleable therapist. She is able to adapt to the individual needs of each client, from a relaxing, soothing, rhythmic massage to a more specific deep tissue treatment.

Elizabeth (Liz) DaCosta

Elizabeth DaCosta

Elizabeth graduated from Trillium College’s Massage Therapy program in 2012.  She is passionate about helping people to heal themselves through the power of touch and believes that massage therapy plays an integral role in the maintenance of health—body, mind and soul—as well as the prevention of many musculoskeletal ailments.

Specializing in a variety of Swedish and deep tissue techniques, she is also experienced in prenatal, hot stone and Thai massage. Having worked in clinical and spa environments, she incorporates a relaxing and therapeutic element to all treatments.

When not working, she can often be found hanging out with her pugs Ares and Benny.

Celina Carroll

Celina Carroll

Celina graduated Valedictorian from Sutherland-Chan School & Teaching Clinic in 2014. She is trained in a variety of techniques including Swedish Massage, Fascial Release, Hawaiian Lomi Lomi and Relaxation Massage.

Celina is a firm believer that clients often experience the nurturing touch of massage as a way to reconnect with their bodies and take a break from the mental chatter which can often accompany common every day stress. She also recognizes that massage treatments promote a better quality of sleep which is vital for restoring important chemical balances in the brain. The notion of a “relaxation massage” carries more weight than one might imagine.

Celina brings a creative spirit to her work! She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Fine Arts from the University of South Florida and as a vocalist and musician  is the recipient of Music Africa’s Female Performer of the Year award and has toured every major folk festival across Canada.

Wei Yu


Wei Yu graduated from Centennial College’s massage program in 2004, since then he worked extensively in clinic, spa and hotel settings. Wei collaborated with many health care providers, such as chiropractors, physio therapists, Chinese Traditional Medical Doctors and aestheticians etc.  Wei was a Chinese Traditional Medical Doctor in a major neuro-psychiatry hospital back in China, and he also has a Master Degree of Arts in psychology.  Based on that solid knowledge and intensive training, Wei has developed his unique massage style, which is combing therapeutic, and relaxation techniques, blending Western and Eastern disciplines harmoniously and grasping it thoroughly.  Wei specializes in Swedish, acupressure, deep tissue, PNF, pre-natal massage, hot and cold stone, sport massage etc. Wei’s ultimate goals are maximum his client’s health through client centred and involved healing process.

Sarah Lechner

Sarah Lechner

A graduate from Sutherland-Chan Massage School & Teaching Clinic, Sarah has a passion for intentional touch that grew organically from massaging friends and family throughout her life. She realized, however, that “magic hands” can bring more than a soft smile and a sigh of relief: those hands can bring real therapy to those of us who live with pain.

Honing her gifts at Sutherland-Chan she became comfortable and proficient at a variety of techniques including mysofascial release, trigger point work, hot stone massage and deep relaxation work. Gaining experience working with people who had all manner of different needs with one common goal: to feel better. Whether that means moving more comfortably, working with less effort, learning painful patterns and how to avoid them, finding relief from chronic pain, dealing with emotional turmoil, relieving the stress that piles on… Sarah knows that massage can help. She feels fortunate to have found this path with healing hands to guide her and is happy to be able to share it with others.