Our Certified Reflexologists
Nymia I., Certified Reflexologist
Nymia was originally trained as a Reflexologist in the Philippines. When she immigrated to Canada in 2015, she wanted to bring that training and experience to as many Canadians as possible. She attended Centennial College, earning her certification in Reflexology, and is now a member of the Royal Reflexology Council of Ontario. Nymia was drawn to the simple and effective healing abilities reflexology brings to the body. She aims to bring better body awareness, restoration, and relaxation to her clients in each of her sessions.
Donna D-K., Certified Reflexologist
Donna received Certification in Reflexology at Centennial College in 2015. She has her Reiki First Degree and Classified Yoga Teacher Certifications as well. Her inspiration to become a reflexologist stems from many years of working as a physical fitness instructor. Donna realized that the human body can reset itself naturally by reconnecting the body, mind, and soul. Her Reflexology Therapy focuses on the feet, helping release toxins and re-balance energy throughout the body. It is a deeply relaxing treatment that promotes better health by improving circulation and reducing stress and tension, allowing the body to focus on healing. Donna’s goal is to help her patients reconnect with their bodies, leading to better rest and relaxation, while stimulating the healing response.
Robertson H., Certified Reflexologist
Robertson is a third generation Reflexologist, and has been certified since 1994. A fresh addition to the Beaches team, he brings his unique style of Reflexology from exclusive clinics in Caledon and Niagara-on-the-Lake. For over twenty years, he has been assisting clients to return to a deep state of rest, repair and relaxation. In addition to an extensive knowledge of reflex and meridian therapy, he is trained in the anatomy and biomechanics of the feet. He has taught Reflexology for the Pharmacy program at Sheridan College and at his family’s school for many years. He is a member and employee of the RRCO. His family was instrumental in founding both the Reflexology Association of Canada and the Reflexology Registration Council of Ontario.