Massage therapy can play a role in pain-and-stress relief—and since 2011, Oncology Massage Alliance volunteers have done just that for…
Taylor Docherty, R.M.T.
Taylor was born and raised in Victoria, British Columbia before moving to Ontario to complete her university degree. She graduated with an Honours Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of Guelph where she played varsity field hockey before attending the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy in Toronto to earn her massage therapy diploma.
Since a young age, Taylor has been actively involved in the sporting community playing a variety of sports. Her favourite sport is field hockey, where she competed at Provincials with Vancouver Island select teams, Nationals with Team Ontario, and the University of Guelph Varsity team earning OUA and CIS medals. Through her own sports injuries and knee surgery, Taylor became very interested in how to heal the body and decided to pursue a career in massage therapy.
Courses and workshops:
– Heads Up Concussion – Clinician Training
– Introduction to Fascial Stretch Therapy
– Trimesters Pregnancy Massage Training
– Introductory Cranial Sacral Therapy
Taylor currently plays ice hockey year round and does yoga. She also enjoys traveling and hiking with her dog.
Taylor believes that massage therapy is an important component to maintaining a healthy balanced lifestyle. Whether you are coming in for an acute injury, injury prevention, or ongoing stress management, there is a treatment plan for everyone