Our Therapists

All of our therapists are graduates of accredited colleges in Manitoba. Each of them is registered with a official association and are insured.

Katarina Dumbovic Balharry RMT

Katarina Dumbovic Balharry is a licensed Massage Therapist working in the field of massage since 1998. She is a graduate of the Advanced Remedial Massage Therapy program at the Wellington College of Remedial Massage Therapies, Inc.

Katarina has studied assessment and treatment of muscle and joint pain and utilizes Swedish based techniques.

As well Katarina has studied myofascial release, cupping, touch therapy, pregnancy massage and hot stone massage.

Katarina is a caring and nurturing individual who enjoys treating and helping others with massage therapy.

Philippe Lecuyer RMT

Philippe studied at the Massage Therapy College of Manitoba where he completed the advanced treatment program in June of 1997. After working independently for a year he joined Provencher Therapeutic Massage Thérapeutique ( P.T.M.T.) in November of 1998. He has completed many courses throughout his career as massage therapist including , myofascial release, trigger point therapy, Schweitzer deep tissue treatment and introduction to cranio-sacral therapy.

Philippe is fully licensed and is a member in good standing of the  Massage Therapy Association of Manitoba.

Michelle JK Blanchard, RMT

Michelle is a graduate of the Massage Therapy College of Manitoba. After the completion of the two year advanced remedial massage therapy program, Michelle and a colleague open the doors to McGillivray Massage Therapy here in Winnipeg. The next year Michelle relocated to Ottawa Ontario to further expand her knowledge of the human body through courses at the International Academy Health Education Center. Working with a Reiki Master during this time further developed her therapeutic touch techniques. Upon her return to Winnipeg Manitoba in 2003 Michelle began her practice at Provencher Therapeutic Massage Thérapeutique joining the team of Phillipe Lécuyer, Katarina Balharry and Dominique Genest-Crozier. Michelle continues to involve herself in the promotion and development of massage therapy. She is currently a chairperson for the bylaw and policy committee of the Natural Health Practitioners of Canada Association. Michelle’s philosophy in life involves the quest for the unity between the body, mind and spirit. It has become important to her to approach each massage with this intent. Whether the body is simply in need of relaxation massage or in need of therapeutic work, Michelle melds her knowledge of anatomy and technique with her intuition to match the specific needs that each session requires.