Registered Massage Therapists & Reception Staff
Sara Martin, RMT (Principal)
Sara is a graduate of the Massage Therapy College of Manitoba (Winnipeg), and the Sunshine School of Traditional Thai Massage (Chiang Mai, Thailand).
Her focus is on therapeutic massage and rehabilitative treatments. Through her experience with high-level sports, she has developed a comprehensive understanding of fitness and nutrition. Her approach to wellness is holistic, with the foundation that nutrition, exercise, stress levels, and environment all affect a person’s capability to achieve and maintain wellness.
She is an accomplished soccer player, cyclist, skydiver, and adventure-seeker. Her travels and experiences have allowed her to incorporate a global focus to her treatment protocols. Sara is also able to provide massage therapy treatment services in French, upon request.
Beth Martin, RMT
Beth is a graduate of the Massage Therapy College of Manitoba (Winnipeg). Since her graduation in 2004, she has honed her exceptional skills working in a variety of settings, from pain clinics, to chiropractic offices, and spas.
Over the years, Beth has worked with and learned much from clients of every background, activity level, and state of health, including but not limited to office workers, pregnant women, transgender people, survivors of sexual assault, survivors of cancer, people with amputations, body-builders, professional athletes, retirees, and people living with multiple-sclerosis (MS) and other mobility issues. All are welcome.
Beth enjoys the over-caffeinating experience, true crime podcasts, and long walks to the bookstore.
Offer Kuban, RMT
Offer graduated from the West Coast College of Massage Therapy, and ran a successful practice in Vancouver for 10 years, treating patients dealing with everything from chronic stress to motor-vehicle injuries. A love of Classical music & Jazz brought him the opportunity to provide care to the VSO’s Music Director and several musicians, performers, and artists.
During a 3-year hiatus, while living in Connecticut, travelling, writing, and photographing around the Eastern Seaboard, he studied to become a medical language specialist before returning to Canada as a medical transcriptionist. His passion for wine later led to preliminary studies with the International Sommelier Guild, and working in the food & wine industry.
This wealth of experience now brings him back to massage therapy, feeling fortunate to join this wonderful team at Anchor Massage.
Taliah Klippenstein-Epp, RMT
Taliah graduated from Robertson College of Massage Therapy (Winnipeg), where her love of science, the human body, and a desire to help others intersected. Taliah utilizes assessment, a variety of research-based techniques, PNF stretching, and home-care guidelines to provide therapeutic treatment in meeting clients’ goals. She continues to add to her skills and techniques, and plans to specialize in temperomandibular (TMJ) treatment and fascial stretch therapy.
Outside of the treatment room, Taliah enjoys spending time in Whiteshell Provincial Park, reading, outdoor activities (such as cycling, kayaking, and snowshoeing), and spreading her love of animals.
Raylee Hudon, RMT
Raylee is a Robertson College of Massage Therapy (Winnipeg) graduate, with particular interests in orthopedic assessment and deep tissue treatment modalities. While utilizing joint mobilizations and soft tissue release in her treatment approach, she completes a client’s treatment plan with stretching and strengthening exercises. Raylee continues to further her education with courses in sports kinesiology taping and temperomandibular joint (TMJ) treatment.
An avid athlete, Raylee can be found practicing her boxing technique during her down time away from the clinic.
Katelyn Spidle, RMT
Kate is a graduate of Evolve College of Massage Therapy (Winnipeg). She uses Swedish and Myofascial techniques to treat common musculoskeletal conditions, and helps her clients improve their posture, develop stronger body awareness, and most importantly feel better. Kate completed her practicum at Anchor Massage Therapy, and is proud to be part of such a passionate, hardworking team of RMTs.
Before she moved to Winnipeg and became an RMT, Kate wrote about arts and culture in Montreal and Ottawa. She enjoys cooking, camping, playing guitar, hula-hooping, yoga, cross-country skiing, and rock-collecting.
Patrick Marcoux, RMT
Patrick Marcoux, RMT, a new addition to Anchor Massage Therapy, is a 2018 graduate of Wellington College of Remedial Massage Therapies, Inc., and is bringing his enthusiasm and passion for health and wellness to our business.
Having dealt with injuries to the low back/hip and the shoulder in the past, Patrick bases his treatments around the more mobile joints in the body, as well as other areas of client concern. Patrick specializes in therapeutic treatments, using an osteopathic-based approach when treating musculoskeletal dysfunctions. Furthering his professional education with courses in rib mobilization and visceral mobilization, Patrick intends to integrate Fascia Stretch Therapy (FST) training, to expand his range of professional services.
Combining his love for spicy food with his garden gives him the opportunity to try new culinary concoctions and share them with his friends and family. Patrick uses his passion for physical fitness and healthy living to his clients’ advantage.
Anchor Massage Reception Staff
Cerina Harris, Reception (Full-Time, Monday to Friday)
Cerina is our Extended Health Insurance specialist. She will help address any of your questions or concerns regarding our direct billing services, and booking appointments with our RMTs.
Felicia Ilunga-Martin (Weekends Only)
Felicia currently attends Louis Riel High School in St. Boniface, and is able to provide reception services in French upon request.