Our Faculty

Tanya Simpson

Tanya Simpson – Instructor

Tanya is a Registered Massage Therapist licensed to practice in both British Columbia and Alberta and has practiced in both provinces. A graduate of the West Coast College of Massage Therapy in 2008; she developed an interest in fascia early in her career. This prompted her to pursue further study of fascia related techniques in the majority of the professional development courses she has taken. She continues to increase her expertise of fascia through studies and her practice.
Tanya currently has her own massage therapy practice in Edmonton; is a TA for the massage therapy program and is part of the academic committee at ACMT. She is excited for the opportunity to inspire other health care professionals on the importance of a healthy fascial system and teach methods to treat fascial dysfunction.

Email: tanya@moccanada.ca

Sheryl Hamilton

Sheryl Hamilton, BSc, RMT, RCST® – Instructor

Sheryl Hamilton has been in practice as an RMT since 1997, first in Toronto and then in Vancouver and now in Armstrong, BC. She has taught the anatomy and neuroanatomy components of massage therapy at both the Swedish Institute College of Health Sciences in New York, NY and at OVCMT in Vernon, BC. Sheryl has been developing and teaching continuing education courses to massage therapists since 2012. Her own Continuing Education training includes Visceral Manipulation through the Barral Institute and Biodyamic Craniosacral Therapy training through Body Intelligence. Sheryl brings a passion for living anatomy and the process of healing to her teaching, to facilitate ease of understanding and application for students. Sheryl is also trained as a Spiritual Director. She lives in Armstrong with her husband, two sons, poodle Orion and tortoise Flower.

Email: sheryl@moccanada.ca

Dwayne Manary

Dwayne Manary, DC, DMO – Instructor

I love practicing as a Manual Osteopathic Therapist because of the whole body fluid movement approach to form and function. My personal philosophy is “Movement Is Life” and my professional purpose is to help my clients to “Do More Of What They Love To Do”.
After spending five years at chiropractic college in Dallas Texas, my wife and I moved to Melbourne Australia where I practiced for ten years. Once our children got to school age, we moved back to Red Deer where we could be close to extended family through their school years.
I am currently a co-owner of Black Rock Therapies in Red Deer Alberta where I practice as a Manual Osteopathic Therapist.

Email: dwayne@moccanada.ca

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