Diana Delisle, RMT
Diana Delisle is the owner of Poised Massage Therapy. She has been practicing Massage Therapy since 2008. She graduated from International Academy of Massage intensive massage therapy program with Honours and then passed her board exams with the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario (CMTO), and registered as a massage therapist in June 2008.
Diana takes a holistic approach to massage therapy, which means the whole body is considered in each treatment. She is a passionate therapist who strives to provide her clients with a natural approach to healing. Diana specializes in therapeutic treatments, deep tissue, prenatal, sports and relaxation massage. She also has additional training in TMJ (Temporo Mandibular Joint) dysfunction (TMJ treatment and rehabilitation) as well as Modern Cupping Therapy. She has integrated techniques specializing in rehabilitation from work related stress and injuries to low back pain, sprains, strains, headaches, muscle tension, tendonitis, and postural abnormalities. Diana is proficient in Trigger Point Therapy and Deep Tissue massage techniques, and while using these techniques; is very sensitive to the pressure needs of the client.
She introduces clients to new ways to care for themselves through specific lifestyle modifications and stretching exercises. Diana feels each client utilizes massage therapy for different purposes as part of their own wellness program. Whether for general relaxation or to address a specific issue, her goal is to work and educate her clients to design each session to meet their needs most effectively and provide a comfortable and enjoyable experience. She strives to encourage balance in each client by providing massage therapy that not only decreases pain and muscle tension, but also results in increased emotional balance and relaxation.
Diana is also trained and certified in Canine Massage Therapy and practices it on the daily when not in the clinic.
Diana is a huge outdoor enthusiast and graduated from Algonquin College with a diploma in Outdoor Studies. If she is not in Gatineau Park cycling you can find her white water kayaking, canoeing, rock climbing or at the local ski hill!