Image

Kristy Wiltshire

SPORTS MASSAGE THERAPIST


Certified Sports Massage Therapist
Sport First Responder
Kinesiotaping Practitioner






After achieving an honours B.A. in Kinesiology and Physical Education, Kristy graduated from the 3rd year medical massage program at the Okanagan Valley College of Massage Therapy in 2006. Kristy is a certified Sport Massage Therapist with the Canadian Sports Massage Therapists Association (CSMTA). Kristy has become the ON Chapter president for CSMTA and has used this position to educate the community through many events within Ontario.

Kristy moved to Burlington in 2012 and has since been involved in the community. Volunteering at local slo-pitch tournaments, men’s soccer teams, at the Worlds Juniors Hockey and U23 canoe and kayak championships in Welland, ON. Kristy also had the opportunity to travel twice with Team Canada to the World University Games (FISU) Games in Kazan Russia in 2013 and China in 2011. Kristy was involved with the Cavalia: Odeysso show and was selected for the 2015 Pan AM games in Toronto as host medical practitioner for the gymnastics, beach volleyball and cycling events.

In the past Kristy was the Sport Massage Therapist for Trinity Western University Varsity teams in Langley, Vancouver 2010 Paralympics, World Police and Fire Games, BC Summer Games and Cirque du Soliel : Dralion. Kristy enjoys working with all levels of athletes and has experience with softball, lacrosse, dragon boats, soccer, basketball, volleyball, runners and gymnastics and more.

Kristy became a massage therapist to help people have a better quality and functioning in everyday life, or during your competition career to improve performance, prevent injuries and rehabilitate from injuries. Kristy has experience with Sports massage, Prenatal Massage, Postural correction, Rehabilitation, pain and stress relief and many more.

Kristy has taken continuing education courses in Sport Massage, Myo-Fascial courses with Anne Hartley, Ligamentous articular strain Technique, Kinesiotaping level 1 and 2 and Sport First responder.