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Our specialized team of massage providers have all graduated from accredited Massage Therapy and Orthotherapy programs in Ontario, Manitoba or Quebec. With over 1000 hours of initial training and years of continuing education and hands on experience, each of our highly trained professionals is able to assess and treat a wide variety of pathology, injury and chronic pain symptoms with a skill level you can rely on.

Julie Boivin





Jillian Clarke




William Morris





Stacey Speers





Jim Roache







Julie Boivin

Julie graduated from a 2300 hour Massage program in early 2011, and is currently a member of l'Association des Massothérapeutes du Québec.

She has developed a unique and effective style incorporating trigger point therapy, deep tissue work, fascial release, joint mobilizations and hydrotherapy with basic Swedish techniques. She is currently very focused on a new technique called Fascial Restructuring which targets the release of scar tissue, overworked and/or adhered postural muscles and connective tissue to alleviate chronic pain symptoms. This technique is proving very effective for people with surgical scars, sports injury recovery and posture realignment from working at a desk.

As co-owner and operator of Gatineau Hills Therapeutic Massage, she is proud to be an experienced healthcare provider serving the wonderful community of Chelsea.



Jillian Clarke

Jillian obtained her Ontario Massage Therapy Certificate in 2005. She is also a certified Cranio-Sacral, Lymphatic Drainage and Combined Decongestive Therapist with the Vodder Institute and has extensive experience working with people living with cancer. Jillian began operating her own private massage therapy practice in Chelsea, Quebec shortly after graduating. She is passionate about her work and all healing modalities. Her own personal and professional experiences have profoundly impacted her approach that is deeply rooted in compassion when relating and working with her patients.

Being a former expedition leader in the high Arctic, Jillian is an avid outdoor enthusiast that enjoys the many sports and activities that the Gatineau hills and waterways provide.


William Morris

William is a Reiki Master and has spent over 1000 hours in the study of Orthotherapy.Orthotherapy is a natural therapy that combines massage therapy and kinesiotherapy (therapy by movement). It is intended for people who suffer from muscle pain and joint stiffness, which are usually caused by postural imbalance or sudden and repetitive movements.

He has spent the last 17 years learning new skills in order to be able to incorporate them into his treatments including several styles of hot stone massage, Shiatsu, Alexander technique and Qui Gong.

William a member of Mon Reseau Plus as a certified Massage therapist specializing in Kinesitherapy and Orthotherapy who can provide receipts for insurance.




Stacey Speers

Stacey is a recent graduate from Massage Therapy College of Manitoba, with 2204 credit hours and is in good standing with the National Holistic Practitioners of Canada association and l'Association des Massothérapeutes du Québec.

Her background experience includes practical experience with athletes, such as the Winnipeg Blue Bombers; working with elderly and individuals with arthritis; adults with physical and mental disabilities; pre- and post-natal; as well as a variety of dysfunctions. She is interested in working with all demographics, but has the sensitivity to be able to work with more fragile individuals, and the ability to work the depths and specificity needed for active individuals.

Stacey's massages are always catered to the needs of the individual, but generally slow, thorough and the necessary depth for maximum benefit. She is bilingual and appreciates open communication with clients.





Jim Roache

Jim became a Registered Massage therapist in 2008. He has also received additional advanced training in MyoFascial Release (MFR) and NeuroMuscular Technique (NMT). Jim has continued to increase his knowledge of shoulder and hip dysfunctions, working with runners, scar tissue treatments and is certified to use ultrasound and tens machines.

He is a firm believer in working closely with his clients to determine the underlying causes of a problem. He also believes in working with other health professionals in order to seek solutions to get the best results for his clients. Jim has worked for Gatineau Hills Therapeutic Massage for several years while also working in a rehabilitation clinic alongside a Physiotherapist and a Chiropractor.