At Rockhaven Massage Therapy and Osteopathy, we are committed to providing a thorough and comprehensive approach to healing, that addresses each individual’s specific therapeutic needs.

Chaunda Morrison

Chaunda Morrison
RMT,  B.Sc., Kin (honours)


Chaunda graduated from the Ontario College of Health and Technology in April
2017. Prior to studying Massage Therapy, She received a B.Sc. in Kinesiology
from McMaster University. Chaunda is trained in a broad range of massage
techniques, including Swedish massage, myofascial techniques, joint
mobilizations, deep tissue massage and trigger point therapy. She recently has
taken Contemporary Medical Acupuncture through Mcmaster University and is
licensed to use Acupuncture as a Massage Therapist. Chaunda has always been
active in sports and is a certified Personal Trainer and Fitness instructor through
CanFit Pro.
Specializes in:
Massage Therapy
Contemporary Medical Acupuncture

Jeanine Medwid

Jeanine Medwid
Osteopathic Manual Practitioner (DOMP), Occupational Therapist OT Reg.(Ont).


Jeanine has been in clinical practice since 2009. Jeanine obtained both her Honours Baccalaureate of Health Science and a Master of Health Science from the University of Ottawa. In addition she has defended her thesis at the Canadian College of Osteopathy and is a certified Osteopathic Manual Practitioner. Jeanine provides both Osteopathic Manual Therapy and Occupational Therapy services.

Outside of the clinic Jeanine enjoys variety of activities including hiking, cycling and practicing yoga. In addition to formal education Jeanine received her yoga teaching certification in 2011. Jeanine seeks to incorporate all her education in order to treat the whole person and get them back to participating in the activities of life that are most meaningful to them.

Dr. Tim Searle

Dr. Tim Searle
Naturopathic Doctor

Few people have the “aha” or “light bulb” moment in life, and I’ve been very lucky to experience it. Several years ago, after graduating from Queen’s University with an honours degree in Life Sciences and 50 extra pounds in the belly, I thought I was destined for a career in medicine, albeit not completely sure in what capacity. I took a job with a pharmaceutical company and became quickly jaded with their “sell more, people are sick” mentality.

Following my time with pharmaceuticals I had a lengthy and varied career in the boating industry and even a brief stint in marketing without the clear direction of where I was going and what I needed to do. After some soul-searching and some major life changes, I dropped my extra weight and discovered naturopathic medicine and my light bulb blew up.

After 4 years studying at the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine (CCNM), I graduated with the honour of representing my class as valedictorian. I am licensed to work in Ontario and have a family practice in Waterdown. I have written a naturopathic textbook with 3 remarkable colleagues, and continue to work at CCNM as an instructor and teaching assistant.

Now, living a healthy life with a loving family in Waterdown, I’ve focused my practice here while maintaining a part-time teaching schedule. Here, I can combine my passions for helping others, educating them in health, and constantly being challenged by finding new ways to help, naturally.

James Noordam

James Noordam
RMT, SMT (cc), B.Sc., Kin

James graduated from Sutherland Chan School of Massage Therapy in 2015. Prior to studying Massage Therapy, he received a B.Sc. in Kinesiology from McMaster University. James is trained in a broad range of massage techniques, including Swedish massage, myofascial techniques, muscle energy techniques, joint mobilizations, trigger point therapy, Kinesiotaping and athletic taping. He took McMaster University’s Acupuncture for Sports Medicine course and is licensed to use acupuncture as a massage therapist. He is also a Certified McGill Method Practitioner. He has been trained by Dr. Stuart McGill in identifying the cause of back pain by identifying movements, habits, postures and loads that continue to overload the tissues of the back. This is followed by retraining movement patterns and habits to stop re-injuring the back and allow healing to occur. For McGill Method booking, please call the clinic.

More information on McGill Method can be found at

Specializing in:

Massage Therapy
McGill Method

Michelle Dougherty

Michelle Dougherty
RMT, SMT(cc)

Michelle graduated from the Ontario College of Health and Technology in Stoney Creek in 2011, and in 2012 Michelle attained her certificate in Contemporary Medical Acupuncture at McMaster University. Over the past several years she has taken additional courses in; Pregnancy Massage, Labour Support as an RMT, Sports Massage Therapy, Athletic and Clinical Taping and Chinese Scalp Acupuncture. She combines and incorporates many different techniques and modalities to provide specific care to each of her clients, including; Swedish Massage techniques, joint mobilizations, Trigger Point Therapy, Myofascial Cupping, Gua Sha, acupuncture and hot stone.  Michelle was very happy to a member of the Host Medical Team for the Athletes of the 2015 PanAm Games, and found that she gained a lot of athlete specific care through this experience.

Specializing in:

Massage Therapy
Medical Acupuncture
Hot Stone Massage
Pregnancy Massage
Labour Support
Myofascial Cupping Therapy
Gua Sha

Jane Fox

Jane Fox

Jane Fox graduated from Canadian Therapeutic College in Burlington in 2004. She is trained as a Thai Massage Therapist, and has advanced training in Cranio-Sacral Techniques, and NISA (Neuromuscular Integration and Structural Alignment). In addition, Jane is certified as a Level II Reiki Practitioner, a Reflexologist, Hot Stone Therapist, Indie Head Massage Practitioner, and On-site Chair Massage Therapist.

Specializing in:

Massage Therapy
Thai Massage
Cranio-Sacral Therapy
Neuromuscular Integration and Structural Alignment
On-site Chair Massage

Norm Hatch

Norm Hatch
DOMP, RMT, CAT(C), B.Sc., Kin   Owner Rockhaven Massage Therapy and Osteopathy

Norm Hatch has been working in private clinical practice since 2005. His background includes degrees and diplomas in Kinesiology, Sports Injury Management and Massage Therapy. In addition, he has recently defended his thesis at the Canadian College of Osteopathy, and is now a certified Osteopathic Manual Practitioner. Through his commitment and passion for learning, Norm incorporates a unique approach to injury rehabilitation. His approach combines a variety of tools and philosophies in order to address each individual’s needs in a complete and holistic manner. Norm is a dedicated family man, recreational hockey player, business owner, and perpetual student of health care.

Specializing in:

Sports Injury Management
Injury rehabilitation

Alix Ryan

Alix Ryan
RMT, SMT(cc), Owner Rockhaven Massage Therapy and Osteopathy

Alix Ryan graduated from Ontario College of Health and Technology in Stoney Creek with honors in 2011. In addition to working as a Registered Massage Therapist, she has received advanced training in Myofascial Cupping Therapy; Myofascial & Deep Tissue Therapy; Sports Massage Therapy; Clinical Athletic Taping; and Indie Head Massage. She is registered with the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario, The Registered Massage Therapists Association of Ontario, and the Canadian Sports Massage Therapy Association (candidate). Alix is a competitive horseback rider, wife, mother, and business owner who balances it all with a generous spirit.

Specializing in:

Massage Therapy
Sports Massage Therapy
Myofascial Therapy
Deep tissue Therapy
Clinical Athletic Taping

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