Lynn Gray, is a medical massage therapist with over 32 years of experience in the treatment of acute and chronic pain and stress related conditions. 

 In addition to training in swedish massage Lynn has advanced training and certification in Manual Lymph Drainage and Combined Decongestive Therapy. 


Outside of office hours Lynn's hobbies include flying planes, renovating properties, boating, cycling, waterskiing, skate skiing, rollerblading, and has recently taken up speedskating. 

Jill has been a Registered Massage Therapist for almost 20 years.  She is trained in both Swedish and Deep Tissue massage with advanced training in Pelvic pain, TMJ issues, and Cervical & Thoracic conditions.    
Jill grew up in Newfoundland before moving to Nova Scotia in 1996 to pursue Post-Secondary Education.  She attended Dalhousie University for a couple years before enrolling in the Massage Therapy program at ICT Northumberland College in downtown Halifax. Jill graduated in 2000 and set up a home-based practice for a couple years while her and her husband had their son in 2001.     
In 2003, she started with Atlantic Massage Therapy Clinic and has been with us ever since.  Massage Therapy allows Jill to do what she loves best, helping others.  She is passionate about helping her patients heal and maintain a healthy and balanced life style.


Candace is a 2007 graduate of The Canadian  College of of Massage and Hydrotherapy. Candace is experienced in traditional Swedish Massage Therapy as well as sports massage which was an integral part of her student outreach program hours while attending school. Candace had the opportunity to work with a variety of athletes associated with Dalhousie University.  

Candace has been part of the Atlantic Massage Therapy clinic since 2007 and treats a multitude of conditions such as headaches, sprains, strains, hip, shoulder and knee issues as well as fibromyalgia and stress related conditions.

Additionally,  Candace received her reflexology certification in 2015. She is also a Reiki masters  and incorporates that into her practice as an additional hands on alternative.

Currently Candace is studying nutrition and its impact on mental health.

In her off time Candace enjoys spending time with her husband and cat. Her interests are personal health and fitness and enjoys reading/studying health related materials.



Greg currently practices as a classically trained Osteopathic Manual Therapist in Lower Sackville, Nova Scotia 

and works at the Atlantic Massage Therapy Clinic.  

After graduating university at Wilfrid Laurier with a double major in Psychology and Biology,

Greg enrolled in a 2 year program at the Canadian School of Natural Nutrition to become a

Registered Holistic Nutritionist.  It wasn't until he suffered a neck injury in a car accident and then a tear to

 his medial meniscus during a hockey game that he was introduced to the profound healing power Osteopathy

could awaken in the human body.  Following the next several years, Greg immersed himself in the study of

Osteopathy at the Canadian Academy of Osteopathy (CAO).  In 2015, Greg graduated with a

Master Diploma in Osteopathic Manual Sciences (MOMSc) and won the award of merit for most outstanding

clinical case report.

When Greg is not working he enjoys spending time in nature with his lovely wife and 2 beautiful children.​

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