Spryfield Physiotherapy, Halifax NS. Your Community full service clinic

Coral McGowan

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Coral McGowan, RMT 


Coral graduated from Eastern College in September 2020 and is registered with the Massage Therapy Association of Nova Scotia (MTANS).

She believes in helping her clients through the therapeutic benefits of massage. Coral is passionate about client care and wellness; she wants to help her clients reach their goals and feel their best.

Coral has one little girl at home and spends her free time going for drives, camping, going for walks at Shubie Park and spending time with her family.

Coral grew up in the community and is looking forward to meeting everyone,  she is very excited to be a part of the team here at Spryfield Physiotherapy.

Spryfield Physiotherapy, Halifax NS. Your Community full service clinic

Lynn Saulnier

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Lynn Saulnier, RMT


Lynn graduated in 2011 with a diploma in Massage Therapy from the Canadian College of Massage Therapy and Hydrotherapy. She is registered with the Massage Therapists and Holistic Practitioners Association of the Maritimes (MTWPAM). She is trained in lighter therapy such as Indian Head Massage, Hot Stone Massage, Reiki Level 1, General Swedish Massage, Manual Lymphatic Drainage, but she really enjoys doing deeper therapies such as Trigger Point Release, Deep Tissue Massage, Cupping, Guasha Therapy (Level 1 and 2), RAPID Neurofascial Reset (Upper and Lower Body), Myofascial Release.

Lynn has been a member of the Spryfield Physiotherapy team since 2014. When she isn’t busy doing massages, she can be found unloading fishing boats, or in the kitchen making soup for whoever is willing to give it a try. She also loves building things and spending time in her tiny house.

Spryfield Physiotherapy, Halifax NS. Your Community full service clinic

Sheena Commandeur

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Sheena Commandeur, RMT, BSc Kin 


Sheena graduated with a science degree in kinesiology from UVic in 2006. Following her kinesiology degree she graduated from the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy (CCMH) in March 2013.

She is registered with MTANS and is trained in general swedish massage, deep tissue massage, myofascial release, lymphatic drainage, trigger point release therapy, cupping, guasha, pregnancy and infant massage and therapeutic exercise. Sheena was an instructor at CCMH from 3 years following graduation and in addition to being a team member at Spryfield Physiotherapy, she works at Scotia Physiotherapy.

She believes passionately in facilitating the healing process for her patients and helping them achieve their wellness goals through massage therapy and therapeutic exercise. She enjoys research as well as the challenge of teaching and hopes to continue growing the profession of massage therapy through this avenue.

Sheena has two little girls and spends her free time chasing after them, baking, exercising, knitting, painting and playing board games. She enjoys making fun of Andy Tilley and has more muscular arms than him.