Kaitlin Coish, RMT
Kaitlin Coish is an enthusiastic and compassionate individual. Kaitlin has always wanted to be part of the Health Care profession since an early age, inspired from volunteering with emergency services. Kaitlin provided volunteer services in the health and rehabilitation of young athletes in many regional programs including the following: Waterloo Regional Police: Chicopee Outreach program, Waterloo District School Board- Competitive Women’s Volleyball, and the Troubled Youth program with the Kitchener Fire Department.
Kaitlin is a Registered Massage Therapist with the College of Massage Therapy of Ontario. She obtained her Diploma of Massage Therapy from the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy in Cambridge. During her time there, she dedicated many hours to working with clients alongside healthcare professionals including physiotherapists, osteopaths, nurses and registered massage therapists. She gained experience working with a variety of clients and conditions including athletes with sport-related injuries, individuals with chronic pain suffering from postural imbalances, and palliative clients seeking a gentle, comforting touch. Kaitlin uses a variety of technique in her treatments including, but not limited to, myofascial release, trigger point release, joint mobilizations and general Swedish massage.
With her experience in athletics and health care, Kaitlin has a passion and drive to serve in the rehabilitation and rejuvenation of clients, helping them to achieve their goals in a relaxing and stress-free environment.