Team

IMG_8238-271273158-1549463941694.jpgKaren Kingsbury – Creator of Seed and Holistic Facialist

Enjoying 18 years in advanced skincare, it has always been a passion. Early in her career Karen worked in the medical side of skin care, with Dermatologists and Doctors.  Her career took a 180 degree turn towards holistic healing when her own health issues inspired a journey to turn on the body’s own healing powers, this mission has been the driving force behind SEED.  For health and beauty to be one, to support the organs and energy of the body and to empower women to feel beautiful from the inside out.

 

IMG_1107Nicky Yates – Holistic Facialist 

Nicky has always had an interest in health and wellness, understanding from a young age that health is a multi-layered system. While studying esthetics at Sheridan College, this affirmed her belief that the products we use on our skin can greatly affect our health. After graduating in 2009, she prioritized working within spas that catered to holistic health using more natural based product lines and offered alternative health therapies such as massage, yoga, and acupuncture. She then obtained her Yoga Teacher certification in 2011 and has been blending her passion for health and wellness through both yoga and skincare.

 

 

IMG_9755Tina Todd – Registered Massage Therapist

Tina graduated as an RMT from Sutherland-Chan School and Teaching Clinic in 2004 and has spent 10+ years working in multidisciplinary clinics in Toronto before moving to Collingwood over 3 years ago. She began her career in a physiotherapist/sports clinic, working with various athletes including dancers and triathletes. Throughout her years as an RMT, Tina has grown in her field by taking continuing education courses to further her skills in areas of interest, such as sports massage, prenatal, Therapeutic touch, Trigger Point Therapy and yoga teacher training. Dedicated to high-quality care, Tina adapts her treatments to meet the individual needs of each client. She loves working with people and being actively involved in their journey to improved health and healing.

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