Ashley Culp, RMT

Ashley received her Advanced Diploma in Massage Therapy from Algonquin College in May 2019, and is a registered member of both the CMTO and RMTAO. Priding herself in offering evidence-based, Client-Centered Care, she is interested in treating the body as an integrated system, focusing on:

  • Fascia and Joint Movement
  • Spinal Alignment
  • Core Strength
  • Chronic Pain
  • Neck Pain/Headaches/TMJ
  • Post-Concussion Management
  • Complex conditions/Neurological conditions

She has a special interest in scar/fascial work and has paraffin wax treatments available for this and other applications (such as arthritis and joint pain relief, but it also makes the skin feel quite soft post-treatment, which some clients appreciate). Ashley is interested in pursuing Craniosacral Therapy as a treatment modality in 2019/2020, is currently trained in Cupping Massage, and is comfortable with:

  • Deep tissue work
  • Myofascial/Trigger Point/Scar release
  • Swedish Massage techniques
  • Lymphatic Drainage
  • Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation (PNF) stretching
  • Abdominal massage
  • Musculoskeletal injuries
  • General Relaxation massage

She treats clients of all ages and stages of life.

She is compassionate and understanding of how injuries can impact one’s level of fitness, overall well-being, and the ability to participate in the activities of daily life, and so is offering at home massage care for those unable to come into the clinic due to extreme pain or for accessibility reasons. Please contact the clinic, or Ashley at ashleyculprmt @ gmail.com, to book for this service and for information on appointment availability.

In addition to her massage training, Ashley graduated from the University of Western Ontario with an Honours Bachelor Degree in Social Justice & Peace Studies in 2010. With a passion for social justice, organic food systems, and permaculture gardening, she spent several years as an organic gardener and plants an extensive vegetable garden every spring.

Ashley’s Schedule at the OIHC:

Mondays and Wednesdays 3:30pm-7pm
Alternating Fridays 11am – 4pm