Lynsey McCracken, RMT
Lynsey completed the Massage Therapy program at Medix College 2013. Before completing massage therapy school, she graduated from Conestoga College in 2008 receiving a diploma for Occupational/Physiotherapist Assistant. She enjoyed working as a Physiotherapist Assistant in Long-term care, helping people rehabilitate and maintain their best quality of life.
Lynsey offers a balance between therapeutic, rehabilitative, and relaxation techniques. Lynsey has completed continuing education in Cupping to add to her skill set. She uses cupping in conjunction with her other techniques during treatments.
Cupping therapy uses silicone cups placed over the skin to create suction. Cups may be used stationary or glided over areas of the body to help improve range of motion by stretching fascia and connective tissues and breaking down adhesions. Cupping may be used to decrease muscle pain or strain, and increase circulation.