Nithi received her training in massage therapy from Sutherland-Chan School of Massage Therapy and is currently studying Neurofunctional Acupuncture at McMaster University. As a registered massage therapist, she is experienced in treating many issues and conditions, including postural imbalance, prenatal and postnatal women, shoulder and back pain, sports injuries, swelling and bloating, headaches, and much more.
Nithi uses a range of modalities in her treatments, including cupping, muscle energy work, dynamic stretching, trigger point therapy and myofascial release. She takes a holistic approach to treatment, incorporating techniques to relax the nervous system, and using intention of touch for effective sessions with her patients.
Nithi enjoys staying active through daily movement and exercise, including hot yoga, horseback riding, and long walks with her dog.