Kimberlee began her Massage Therapy journey over 20 years ago after a motor vehicle accident. Her active pursuit in self-care helped her to recognize the need for a gentle, yet effective approach to rehabilitative care in the hands of an RMT. Leaving the corporate business world behind, she pursued education in the Massage Therapy field, attended Kawartha Center for Health Education, Sir Sandford Fleming College, and Sault College of Applied Arts & Technology, graduating with Honors. She has been a Registered Massage Therapist since 2003.
In the pursuit of a focused rehabilitative Massage Therapy practice, Kimberlee has had the privilege of building multiple clinics that worked in multidisciplinary settings that specialize in specific injuries, mental health support, and chronic disease management.
Starting out in general practice, she quickly found herself gravitating to working in multiple fields, such as prenatal & infant therapy, amputations & joint replacements, shoulder / hand & upper limb extensive rehabilitation, sports injuries & professional athletic improvement, Breast cancer / mastectomy, sexual abuse / PTSD (positive touch program), and motor vehicle accident third party assessments.
Avidly pursuing every opportunity to work with the Health Team members of her community, Kimberlee believes that along with the active participation of each individual in our care program, we can establish a positive outcome-based program for our clients.
When you come to see Kimberlee, she walks you through your health history and assessment for Massage Therapy. As a team, you will discuss your goals and work together to create a program of care that is individual and mindful of your personal comfort and limitations. She engages in a respectful and charismatic manner that will always place your safety first and with complete informed consent. You can expect a high level of knowledge and Professionalism and are always encouraged to ask questions and give feedback.
Kimberlee Culbert is a member in good standing of the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario (CMTO), and the Registered Massage Therapists Association of Ontario (RMTAO). She currently is pursuing additional Yoga Teacher Training Programs for a greater benefit to her clientele making Yoga an accessible and therapeutic individualized program for anyone.