Betty graduated in 2009 from the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy in Cambridge. She was inspired to become a Massage Therapist after seeing the healing effects of massage on her grandparents by a family friend who was a Massage Therapist.
She structures her techniques for each individual to what will help her clients the most. She uses a multitude of tissue techniques to address different tissue layers. She also uses hot therapies such as towel compresses, heating pads, hot stones and gentle facilitated stretching techniques to promote movement. She is trained in trigger point therapy and myofascial techniques to help restore function by reducing adhesions and restrictions to return the body to a balanced state. She has taken post-graduate courses in myofascial evaluation, reflexology, pregnancy massage, and hot stone massage.