Alysha Trenholm graduated from University of New Brunswick with a degree in kinesiology in 2014. She continued to further her education at Eastern College in a 2200 hour Massage Therapy diploma alyshaprogram where she graduated with honours in May 2016. Alongside her diploma, Alysha completed a certification in Cupping Therapy.
She is dedicated to providing the best possible therapeutic treatments for her clients, helping them achieve their goals, and improving their overall health and well being.
Alysha has a keen interest in the sport and exercise industry and takes pride in working with athletes and being part of the rehabilitation team.
Pamela Wilson graduated with honours in June 2003 from Kiné Concept Institute Maritimes receiving a diploma in a 2500 Hour Massage Therapy Program.
Over the past thirteen years Ms. Wilson has worked in multi-disciplinary settings providing massage therapy to chronic pain clients and athletes of varying sports.
During her career she has also worked as a Registrar and Financial Aid Officer for a college of massage as well as supervising student clinic and teacher assisting several hands on classes.
Ms. Wilson has taken several continued education courses and has enjoyed incorporating Myofascial Release, Cupping Massage and TMJD to her treatments.
Born in Montreal but raised in New Brunswick, Sam has been living in Moncton for the past six years. She studied massage therapy at Atlantic College of Therapeutic Massage in Dieppe. Sam has been practicing massage in North-end Moncton for two years. She has passion for helping and treating others. In her spare time, Sam enjoys spending time with her son and playing a variety of sports.
Born and raised in Gaspe, Quebec, Nena studied kinesiology at the University of New Brunswick in Fredericton and worked with the varsity women’s hockey team for a season. After completing her BScKin, Nena went on the study massage therapy at the Atlantic College of Therapeutic Massage. Nena has been working in Moncton as a registered massage therapist for the past two years and she is also an instructor and clinic supervisor at the College Atlantique de Massage Therapeutique in Dieppe. She has volunteered at the CIS men’s hockey championships and national squash championships in Moncton over the past two years. She has also worked with the Universite de Moncton’s women’s volleyball and men’s hockey teams and with national cyclists and paracyclists at several tours and training camps. Working with athletes is her passion and she could not see herself doing anything else!