Meet our Registered Massage Therapists


Elise Richard-Mohamad

RMT – Registered Massage Therapist

Elise Richard-Mohamed is a Registered Massage Therapist in good standing with the College of Massage Therapist of Ontario (CMTO). Elise’s Journey first began in 2016 with the two-year accelerated Massage Therapy program at Fanshawe College, which she completed in 2018 with Honours.

Elise is passionate about helping other obtain their optimal health. She enjoys therapeutic and rehabilitative massages. During a massage with Elise she enjoys using a variety of different techniques such as, Swedish, Fascial work, Deep Tissue, Stretching and Trigger Point Therapy. After your treatment Elise will provide you with home care (stretches, hydrotherapy, exercises, ect.) which will further enhance the effectiveness of the treatment.

Elise loves to expand her knowledge and learn new things! She is currently completing a course in cupping therapy to further help her clientele reach their health goals! Although Elise enjoys therapeutic and rehabilitative massage she can certainly help those who just want to relax with a Hot stone massage as well!


Lyndsay Hasilo

B.A., RMT – Registered Massage Therapist

Lyndsay Hasilo is a Registered Massage Therapist in good standing with the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario (CMTO). Lyndsay’s journey in health care began at Western University where she successfully completed her Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Kinesiology in 2014.

Wanting to expand her knowledge and interest in human anatomy, physiology and biomechanics, Lyndsay attended Westervelt College and graduated with President’s Honour in the Massage Therapy Program. Through the outreaches and student massage clinics at school, Lyndsay was able to identify her love for therapeutic and rehabilitative massages. Those experiences exposed her to a variety of conditions and ailments with a very diverse clientele. She views massage therapy as not only restorative, but also preventative.

Your first appointment with Lyndsay will include an interview and assessment where, together, you will come up with an effective treatment plan. During a massage Lyndsay uses a variety of techniques, including but not limited to Swedish, deep tissue, stretching, fascial work, and trigger point therapy. After the massage is complete, Lyndsay will provide you with home care (hydrotherapy, stretches, exercises, etc.), which will aid in the effectiveness of the treatment.

Lyndsay truly enjoys being a part of her client’s journey to health, and witnessing their progress throughout their treatment plan. She believes in client-based and personalized care.


Hajar Dokhanchi

B.Sc.(Honors), RMT – Registered Massage Therapist

Hajar is a registered massage therapist in good standing with College of Massage Therapist of Ontario. In year 2006 she completed a major in Biology at Carleton University, Ottawa, ON, and graduated with an Honours Bachelor of Science. Years after her graduation, her long lasting interest in human anatomy and physiology has driven her to pursue a career in massage therapy.

Hajar returned to school at Fanshawe College and graduated from accelerated program with GPA average of 3.9. She is also a member of the Registered Massage Therapist Association of Ontario.

Hajar’s expertise includes myofascial release, soft tissue manipulation,joint mobilization and trigger point therapy. Hajar is also certified in Cupping therapy and Kinesiology taping which will provide another effective treatment options for her patients in conjunction with massage therapy treatment. Hajar has treated clients with low back pain, neck pain, TMJ dysfunction, tension headaches, elbow and rotator cuff tendonitis, knee pain, and repetitive Strain Injuries.

Having a background in both Massage Therapy (biomechanic) and Science (biotensegrity) enables her to have a better understanding of treating the body as a whole. A session with Hajar starts with an interview and assessment, then hands-on treatment and ends with homecare exercises/stretches. She helps each client with personalized care.

She loves photography and enjoys reading Rumi poems. She believes in making a difference!


Neil Milroy – Honors B.A. Kinesiology

RMT – Registered Massage Therapist

Neil is a Registered Massage Therapist (RMT) in good standing with the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario (CMTO). 

Neil graduated with distinction from Western University with a B.A. Honors Specialization in Kinesiology and a minor in Rehabilitation Sciences. To further his knowledge in sports injuries and rehabilitation, he spent his summers working at the Fowler Kennedy Sports Medicine and Body Mechanics physiotherapy clinics. His studies were focused on anatomy, athletic injuries, biomechanics, rehabilitation sciences and neuroscience. Neil continued his education at Fanshawe College where he graduated from the Accelerated Massage Therapy Program with the highest GPA. 

Neil has worked with various client populations including athletes, the elderly, and those with special needs. Using this experience, he will provide an assessment and treatment with a therapeutic focus and will aid you in an active approach to self-care. He can provide treatments ranging from relaxation massages to help with stress to deep tissue massages that use more aggressive therapies such as fascial work, mobilizations and stretching. Neil enjoys helping others and believes in a client centred approach and he will work with you to create a treatment experience that best suits your needs.


Jennifer Osegueda

RMT – Registered Massage Therapist

Jennifer is a Registered Massage Therapist with the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario and in Good standing. She graduated from Medix College of Healthcare in 2013 and does not hesitate to keep learning new ways and techniques to offer care.

Jennifer is certified in Hot Stone Therapy and Cupping Therapy. She also enjoys working with Pregnant Women, providing them with Pre/post natal Massages to help them connect with their body during and after pregnancy.  She will soon be certified in Infant Massage.  

She believes that people need a place to be able to relieve their pain and stress but also feel grounded with the person who is helping them.