Suzanne Ritchie is a Registered Massage Therapist, a Certified Master Pedicurist and a Certified Esthetician with a passion for health and wellness.
It was that passion that led her to open Suzanne’s Massage Therapy, Skin Care & Foot Care in June of 2011.
Located out of her home in Trent Hills, the clinic offers a tranquil place for her clients to relax and rejuvenate.
Suzanne graduated with honours in 2003 from Algonquin College, earning a Diploma of Health Sciences in the program of Massage Therapy. She has been active as a RMT ever since.
She owned and operated her own massage clinic in Kemptville, Ont. for seven years before moving to the Campbellford area.
Suzanne uses a number of massage techniques to treat clients suffering from headaches, stress, back pain, repetitive strain injuries and sports injuries. She also offers prenatal massage and relaxation massage.
To stay current on the latest techniques, Suzanne upgrades her skills annually.
As a Certified Master Pedicurist, Suzanne has extensive experience in working with diabetic feet, CVI, chronic dry skin, fungal infections and many other foot disorders.
Suzanne was a Dean’s List graduate from the Esthetics and Spa Management program at Loyalist College, completing the program with honours in the spring of 2017. She uses her skills to recognize and treat a range of skin issues with high-quality facials and provides waxing, pedicures and other processes that help clients to look their best.
Suzanne is at the clinic Monday through Friday.
Morgan Kerber, a Registered Massage Therapist, joined Suzanne’s Registered Massage Therapy, Foot Care and Esthetics clinic in December of 2016.
Morgan graduated from the Fleming College Massage Therapy program in the spring of 2016. She uses her skills to treat clients with a variety of conditions and looks forward to learning new techniques. She is a great addition to our team here at Suzanne’s.
Morgan’s other life-long passion is riding and competing in horse shows.
She has traveled across Ontario to compete over the past three years. She qualified for the World Championships in the Extreme Cowboy Association (EXCA) inTexas, through the province-wide affiliate the Ontario Xtreme Cowboy (OXC). Morgan hopes to one day fulfill her dream of competing at the championships.
Currently Morgan is at the clinic on Monday from 9:30am to 5:00pm, and Tuesday and Thursday from 3:00pm to 7:00pm.