Sheddon is excited to announce that Amaya Iribarren will be joining the Sheddon Physiotherapy and Sports Medicine Team. She is a registered Massage Therapist and will be working at Sheddon on Mondays from 10:30-4pm.
Amaya is a Registered Massage Therapist, Sport Massage Therapist, and Craniosacral Therapist graduating with her Massage Therapy diploma from Sutherland Chan in 2002. She has an active interest in sports, having been a former national level junior tennis player and rep soccer player. She is also a certified tennis instructor. Amaya is a member of the CMTO & the Canadian Sports Massage Therapists Association and enjoys working with athletes at all levels from weekend warriors to professionals. She has been part of the medical team at various events & major Games some of which include the Canadian team at the Rio Paralympic Games, IIHF World Junior Hockey Championships, a Lead Therapist for Soccer at TO 2015 Pan Am Games, Parapan Am Games, Invictus Games, National Swimming Championships, the York Swim Club, Women’s Lacrosse 2014 FIFA World Cup, Canada Summer Games, and Women’s Hockey Worlds. Amaya is Canada’s Chief Classifier for Para-Badminton and a BWF International Classifier. She utilizes all these incredible experiences to better understand and help her clients.