Ross Struthers, Shiatsu Therapist
After receiving a degree in Psychology from Queen's University, Ross moved to Japan where he first encountered Shiatsu (Japanese Acupressure Massage) and began his studies. In 2014 Ross graduated from the Shiatsu Therapy School of Canada's Program – completing 2200 hours of in-class studies and practical training. He received the Kazuya award for academic excellence. With a strong background in Western Anatomy, Physiology, Pathology and Eastern Medical Theory Ross seeks to combine the best of East meets West, the physical and the energetic.
In addition to Shiatsu, he also utilizes the traditional healing practices of Tuina (Chinese Acupressure), cupping and moxibustion (Heat Therapy) to maximize the effectiveness of his treatments. He also provides information on home care such as stretches, exercises and Eastern nutritional counselling. Embracing a holistic perspective Ross strives to create a safe, non-judgmental healing space. Ross is available Mondays 1pm - 7pm and Fridays 12pm - 4pm.