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Our Team

Massage Therapy



Katie Howard, RMT has been living and working in the Almaguin Highlands area as a Registered Massage Therapist for several years. She loves working and living in this growing community. She feels fortunate to be able to live here. When not working she is often found with her family in Magnetwawn. We are usually on the water in the summer or at the rink in the winter. 

Katie Graduated the Massage Therapy Program at CDI College in 2008 and has worked in multidisciplinary clinics in Burlington, Hamilton, Huntsville and now has settled in her own clinic space along with her team in Sundridge.



Miranda Carley, RMT spent her childhood & youth in Nova Scotia. Through adulthood she has moved from Alberta to Ontario and has settled with her family in a cozy Northern Muskoka home.
She has fully embraced life in Northern Ontario, stating that it reminds her exactly of her home in Nova Scotia. The lakes, the outdoors & cottage vibes are comforting even on the tough days.
When she’s not in the clinic she enjoys long walks with her dog, cooking, painting and building things with her husband.

A recent graduate of Mohawk College’s Massage Therapy program, she obtained an Advanced Diploma in massage therapy & has successfully registered with the College of Massage Therapists’ of Ontario. Miranda is also a certified RockPods Cupping Practitioner (RockTape Canada).

Dr. Megan Arlidge grew up in Collingwood, Ontario, where she was heavily involved with the alpine community as a competitive downhill ski racer and coach at Craigleith Ski Club. After leaving her hometown, she moved to Kingston to pursue a Bachelors of Science in Kinesiology at Queen’s University, from which she graduated with Honours.


 Dr. Arlidge built on her knowledge base as an honours Kinesiology graduate from one of Ontario’s finest programs, along with her strength and conditioning knowledge base, to earn a spot at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College where she completed her Chiropractic training, along with additional certification in Contemporary Medical Acupuncture at McMaster University.

Megan and her husband Kip have recently purchased a home here and are happy to call Almaguin home.

Winter's love for osteopathy began in 2016! When she was first introduced to osteopathic therapy following a sports related injury, she was getting treated by a graduate and quickly realized it was improving her injuries, as she continued getting treatment she became more interested in how osteopathy was helping the body and was eager to learn more!

Winter started her osteopathic education at the Canadian Academy of Osteopathy (CAO) in the spring of 2018, where she studied principle based classical osteopathy which has helped her gain a very strong understanding of functional anatomy, human physiology and osteopathic collective mechanics.

She is dedicated to providing outstanding treatment to her patients and finding the root cause of the problem to improve overall health opposed to treating the presentation of symptomology. Winter works hard to connect with her patients on a professional and personal level.

Her goal is to help maintain health, she works with her patients individual needs and requirements to help promote the bodies ability to self heal and self regulate. Winter strives to create a safe space for her patients to heal, she’s passionate about osteopathy and is excited to use her skills to help others!


Traditional Chinese Medicine/ Registered Acupuncture


Tammy has spent more than twenty years working with children and their families as a child and youth worker in settings such as Children's Aid and Wellington County School Board. Seeing a profound need, Tammy started researching a variety of different approaches to assisting families
who are experiencing mental health issues, addiction and those living with chronic disease. This search led her to Traditional Chinese Medicine, bringing balance to the mind, body and spirit. As an honours graduate from Humber College, Child and Youth Worker Program and from Georgian College, Acupuncture Program Tammy brings a unique set of skills to her practice. As
a Registered Acupuncturist with the College of Traditional Chinese Medical Practitioners and Acupuncturists of Ontario ( CTCMPAO) Tammy offers a Traditional Chinese Medical diagnosis and an individual treatment plan as part of her services. Her services include Acupuncture, cupping, guasha (skin scraping) tuina (Chinese massage) and qigong (exercise)


With time in between appointments, We sanitize absolutely everything in the office and treatment room. 


We use extra-wide hydraulic massage tables, large comfortable sheets and always have blankets and heat as an available option. So You wont have to worry about being cold or uncomfortable on our tables.


At our clinic Your appointment begins on time, provided you arrive on time. No waiting for us to catch up, because we are never running behind. We value your time.


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