Emily Wolff, RMT
By understanding how the body is put together and how it falls apart, Wolff’s mission is to help people and animals live long, happy and healthy lives. She shows her dedication to her clients by taking the time to educate them so they can help themselves.
The best healing is always from the inside out.
She is not afraid to push her clients to be part of the healing process by using several different techniques such as manual therapy, scar tissue release and repair, neurological techniques, and imagery therapy.
In 2010 Wolff graduated from Soothing Hands Equine Massage Therapy School with a certification in Equine Massage Therapy. With extensive knowledge and a solid reputation in the equine industry, she opened Heart To Hand Equine Massage.
By 2012, Wolff realized that horses mirror the rider’s physical condition; “The horses were always the best teachers”, leading her to make the transition into massage therapy for humans. She graduated with honors in 2014 from The Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy (CCMH), as an RMT and is registered with the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario (CMTO).
Her practice includes traditional Swedish massage and is specialized to focus on scar tissue treatment. She works with major and minor scar sites on the body including those found on breast tissue using deep fascia techniques and ancient mud packing therapy to remodel and mobilize the tissue.