We at Fixed are all graduates of the Massage Therapy College of Manitoba. We have a combined 40+ years of experience between us. Our focus is on the individual, no "off-the-menu-board" massages. Each client's individual needs will be evaluated and assessed. This allows us to tailor each massage with your specific needs in mind.
Brian is a Registered Massage Therapist and a Certified Personal Trainer who has been involved in therapy since 2004. He is co-owner of Fixed Therapy in Winnipeg Mb. and a service provider for the Canadian Sport Centre. He is continually striving to further his practical skills and knowledge through workshops, seminars, journals and hands on experience.
Brian uses a results driven approach focusing on injury rehabilitation for athletes and non-athletes alike. A multitude of practical skills and modalities allow Brian to deliver effective treatments in a combination which have shown a positive success rate. He has had the opportunity to work with FIFA World Cup, individuals from many different demographics and a wide range of athletes from Grassroots and Weekend Warriors to Olympians, Professionals, National and World Champions. A former competitive strength athlete himself, he knows the demands of regular training and will strive to get you back in the game as quickly as possible.
Brian is former Vice-President and Director of the Manitoba Armwrestling Association and has won the Manitoba Provincial Armwrestling Championships in 3 different weight classes. Personal interests include the relentless pursuit of strength beyond strength, drinking coffee, bulldogs and avoiding large crowds.
Jill is an Advanced Remedial Massage Therapist. She graduated from the Massage Therapy College in July of 2007 where she had many opportunities to work with multiple demographics including both amateur and professional athletes, individuals with special needs, the elderly and pregnant women to name a few.
She uses her thorough assessments and hands on experience to ensure her clients receive the proper treatment directed to their specific muscular dysfunctions or conditions.
Jill is an avid rugby player and has traveled internationally to compete. Her interests include Bikram yoga, rugby, pirates, snowboarding and running therefore she has a particular interest for treatment of sport related injuries.
We are super excited that Kelsi has joined us! Her bio should be up soon.
Mark graduated from the Massage Therapy College of Manitoba in 2006 and was honored to receive a diploma for highest academic achievement, and the overall proficiency award in his class. He is co-owner of Fixed Therapy where he concentrates on individualized, assessment-focused treatment plans. Mark also teaches Adv. Myofascial Treatments at the Massage Therapy College of MB. Alongside of this class, he also is invloved with the Sports Outreach program and Junior Supervision.
With a keen interest in sports, and being an avid cyclist, Mark has a particular interest in the assessment and subsequent treatment of sports injuries. This has led him to become a service provider for the Canadian Sports Centre of Manitoba, which has allowed him to work with many elite and professional level athletes and teams.
Mark has particular interest and success in the application of Fascial Release Techniques, which restructures the body and its fascial tissue. As well, he likes to use deep tissue therapy, MET, joint mobilization and remedial exercises to get his clients functioning at a high level. He believes that with these applications coupled with proper education and structural rebalancing, he can treat each and every one of his clients to their individual needs.
Interests? - Being active, riding bikes, drinking coffee and craft beer.
Carrie graduated from the Massage Therapy College of Manitoba in 2015 and was honored to receive a diploma for highest academic achievement.
Carrie spent 15 years dancing professionally with The Royal Winnipeg Ballet. With so many years of training and maintaining her body, Carrie has a deep understanding of injuries and rehabilitation. She finds deep fascial release to be very effective in treating injuries and helping to realign optimum posture. Other techniques she uses include facilitated muscle release, stretching, and deep tissue therapy. Carrie focuses on getting to the root of the clients problem with subsequent education about how to deal with, improve, and eliminate it altogether.
Carrie still leads a very active lifestyle, a large portion of which involves running after her three year old son.