the team

The Calm

on Dundas

Holistic balance community

Juby Chan

R.TCMP, R.Ac

Registered Acupuncturist and Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioner Herbalist

Coming Soon…

Mike Hoo

Clinic Director – RMT

Graduated from ICT Kikkawa College, recieved the Clinical Excellence and Professionalism Award in 2007. Certified Level 2 – Neurokinetic Therapy and Myofascial Release. His practice is based on restoring balance by strengthening weak and loosening tight muscles.

Simone Pirita

Naturopathic Doctor – ND

Simone optimizes health & wellness by addressing the root causes. She has a special interest in the mind-skin-gut connection. Addressing the imbalance in one positively impacts the other. She uses a variety of evidence-based natural therapies to help restore balance to improve health and well-being.

Danette Lam

Physiotherapist – PT

A Graduate from U of T in 2013,  Danette’s treatment philosophy is rooted in holistic and gentle methods. She addresses the body as a cohesive unit and taps into the power of the nervous system, to elicit transformative changes to body posture and movement while emphasizing the body’s own innate ability to heal and recalibrate.

Terina Bailey

RMT

Terina is a graduate from the RCC of Massage and has a degree in Kinesiology, with diplomas in Fitness & Health Promotion and Massage Therapy. Her treatment focus involves listening to the muscles to understand what the body needs. She has worked as a Physiotherapy Therapy Assistant and Kinesiologist since 2011.

Clarissa Cheng

RMT

With over 21 years of experience as an RMT, she has developed her three-fold treatment approach: listen to the client; listen to the tissue; be generous with home care resources. Clarissa provides treatment ranging from prenatal to palliative care, and therapeutic to relaxation focus.

Denise Lopez

RMT

Denise is an alumni of York University and Humber College. With a degree in Kinesiology and diploma in Massage Therapy respectively. She aspires to make a positive impact on one’s health & wellness  journey. Her love of the outdoors extends to land & sea; hiking up mountains, swimming with dolphins, to chasing sunsets!

Janick Hébert

RMT

Janick is a graduate of Sutherland-Chan. She aims to provide a space for her patients to cultivate greater awareness of their bodies. She works with firm but gentle hands, with a keen attention to flow. Patients can expect a massage that will be effective and relaxing.

Skya Cameron-Hersh

RMT

By using fluid and rhythmic techniques, Skya assists the body in slowing down and letting go. Making way for deeper relaxation and restoration. A graduate of Kikkawa College, you’ll find her at the gym or cycling across the city. In her spare time she creates art, talks to plants and plays board games.

Michael Le

RMT

A graduate from Humber College, his approach to practice is to treat the cause and not the symptoms. He incorporates deep tissue work, trigger point and myofascial release into his treatments. Through ongoing learning he also performs advanced myofascial techniques such as cupping and gua sha.

Meagan Mooney

RMT

A graduate from Sutherland-Chan in 2012 she began her practice in Dublin, Ireland. As a Junction local and Mom, she enjoys nature, yoga and live music. Her treatments incorporate deep tissue, Myofascial and trigger point release. She is certified in Prenatal, chronic pelvic pain and breast massage.

Ellen Matheson

RMT

A graduate of ICT Kikkawa College in 2008. Certified in Prenatal Massage, Myofascial Release, and Therapeutic Ultrasound. She believes integrating Massage Therapy into one’s lifestyle is best to facilitate the development of physical and mental health.

Sidney Gray-Paetkau

RMT

Sidney graduated from ICT Kikkawa College, receiving the award for Outstanding Contribution to the School Community. She combines a variety of massage techniques to create a relaxing and therapeutic experience that addresses her client’s individual concerns.

Kamal Kandhola

RMT

Kamal graduated from Sutherland-Chan to pursue a career to help people heal. Her use of myofascial techniques helps to resolve mild-moderate nerve compression. She strives to provide excellent care in a treatment-based setting, that allows for healing and lasting results.