Chloë graduated from the University of Toronto in the Kinesiology program in 2012. She continued her education at Algonquin College where she graduated with honours from the Intensive Massage Therapy program. Since becoming a Registered Massage Therapist Chloë has continued to focus on rehabilitative and therapeutic massage, she has taken courses to specialize in fascial work (FDM), which is useful to anyone who is coming out of surgery. The technique helps break down scar tissue and therefore decrease/eliminate the problems caused by scars (pain, loss of sensation, restriction, appearance). Furthermore, most people have fascial restrictions naturally which may be a reason traditional massage techniques have not been successful in decreasing someone's pain and discomfort. Chloë has also taken additional manual therapy courses to provide more precise treatments to injuries such as shin splints, sacroiliac injuries, tennis or golfers elbow, rotator cuff injuries, thoracic outlet syndrome and more. She has worked in chronic pain clinics, sports rehabilitation clinics, pre-natal massage clinics and scar clinics. She provides treatment and guidance to aid in recovery and optimal health. She employs a variety of techniques to achieve the goals of the client. These include neuromuscular and fascial techniques, trigger point therapy, and manual lymphatic drainage. She also uses tools to aid in scar tissue release, as well as cupping. Chloë is from Nova Scotia and played basketball on the Nova Scotia provincial team for several years. She is passionate about health and fitness as well as advancing the use of massage therapy within healthcare.