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Amanda Litt has a very strong background and knowledge base stemming from a 4 year Honours degree in Kinesiology.
Amanda joined Let it Heal in October 2011 when we moved into our Dundas Street location. She brings with her a strength and enthusiasm towards massage that impressed clients from the beginning.
Adrienne first encountered the power of Reiki after receiving a healing treatment while visiting a Mayan ruin in northwestern Belize in 1996.
Her experience was so profound that she researched the practice, and ultimately studied to become a first and second degree Usui practitioner under the guidance of a gifted Reiki Master and one the founders of the Canadian Reiki Association.
Melissa De Pace is an Emotional Eating Coach, Certified Holistic Nutritionist, and a Bioenergetic Practitioner.
Melissa specializes in holistic lifestyle strategies, proper nutrition and emotional eating guidance. She uses non-invasive bioenergetic therapies to create balance in the body. Once the body is back to equilibrium, it can begin to heal itself naturally.
Melissa has battled with emotional eating and chronic dieting most of her life. As a result, she suffered from many digestive imbalances, fatigue, weight fluctuations, emotional ups and downs, and hormonal trouble before she encountered holistic lifestyle strategies such as those which she practices.
Dr. Stephanie Fairborn completed her Doctor of Naturopathy degree at the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine in Toronto after graduating with a Bachelor of Kinesiology from Wilfrid Laurier University. Dr. Stephanie Fairborn works with all patients to optimize their health by providing them with the tools and education necessary to make the best decisions for themselves, their family and their community. She has a special interest in women's health as well as stress management and mental health. She works with patients to achieve optimal health by offering individualized treatment plans to maximize health and well-being. Stephanie is licensed with the The College of Naturopaths of Ontario.
Amber changed careers to become a Bowen practitioner after having recovered from a serious spinal injury. Having completed the Bowtech training from basic level to masters, Amber currently works as an instructor for the Bowen College of Canada, the only school recognized by the Canadian Examining board for Health Practitioners.
Although Amber is also a certified iridologist and has her degree in nutrition, she prefers to stick to the Bowen technique. “I love the simplicity of Bowen,” says Amber, “it’s amazing how little it takes to make such major changes in the body”.
Amber also practices an advanced form of Bowen that she has adapted for unresponding cases. Although it is slightly more invasive and requires more pressure, Amber finds that her “FTD” Bowen is often the only method that helps certain clients, particularly in the case of arthritis or multiple joint issues.
When her sister Amber decided to open Let it Heal in 2005, Tiffany did all she could to help on an operations level. Tiffany found herself scheduling appointments, greeting clients and, in turn, witnessing recoveries that simply amazed her. People were limping through the door one week, and returning for their next appointment virtually pain-free the next! Tiffany decided very quickly to complete the training to become a certified Bowen practitioner, and has been treating clients since 2007.
Tiffany also enjoys applying a specialized technique called “Mind-Body Bowen”. In certain cases where typical Bowen doesn’t seem to completely resolve the complaint, Tiffany will use this powerful tool to assist the body in releasing emotional pain that is blocking the physical recovery. Results have been mind-blowing.