Staff Bios

Jody Baun R.M.T
Jody graduated from the Western College of Remedial Massage Therapies in Regina Saskatchewan in 1992. In 1994, Jody received an Advanced Massage Therapy diploma from the Northern College of Physical Therapies located in Blackpool England, and Sports Massage accreditation from the Sports Massage Training Institute in Cosa Mesa California. Following a few years of practice building, Jody established Saskatoon Therapeutic Massage Centre Ltd. which has served Saskatoon and surrounding areas for the past 27 years. On November 1st 2010, Saskatoon Therapeutic Massage Centre Ltd., transitioned into Myo-Therapies Myofascial Treatment Centre and Massage.

Throughout his 29 year practice, Jody has explored varying assessment and treatment philosophies with respect to MusculoSkeletal conditions and concerns. Some of which include, Muscle Energy techniques, Soft Tissue mobilization, CranioSacral therapy, Strain/Counterstrain therapy, Ultrasound and Deep Tissue massage.

For approximately the past 21 years, Jody has studied Myofascial Release Therapy as developed and taught by John F. Barnes P.T. (

Jodyís professional proficiencies have enabled him to become an advanced Myofascial Release Therapist and a full instructor with Myofascial Release Seminars.

Considering his experiential component with respect to the application of many varying modalities, Jody believes Myofascial Release creates the most favourable environment in the body for significant change to occur.

Jodyís passion for Myofascial Release allows him to utilize and practice itís respective principles not only in his professional realm but his personal life as well.

Such ambitions have assisted Jody in developing Saskatoonís largest primary destination resource for Myofascial Release Therapy.

Brock Robinson R.M.T.
Brock Robinson is a graduate from the McKay Massage and Hydrotherapy program. Brock was honoured with receipt of the Professionalism Award amongst his graduating class.

During his schooling, Brock was introduced to Myofascial Release as taught by John F. Barnes. P. T.

It quickly became apparent to Brock that if the fascial system affects all body systems, working with it would have to prove advantageous.

Applying this safe, natural and effective treatment method, as taught by John F. Barnes P.T., consistently provided his clients with favourable results.

Brock decided to direct his career to solely study and practice Myofascial Release Therapy.

Brock recently moved his practice to Myo-Therapies and has quickly become an integral part of our knowledgeable, enthusiastic team.

Erin Jabusch R.M.T.

Erin is a graduate of the 2300-hour Medical Massage Therapy Program at Axiom Career College. Her treatments are client focused and intuitively lead. Erin's approach is therapeutic Swedish and deep tissue, while using her knowledge of anatomy and the function of muscles to incorporate active and passive release along with some trigger point therapy. She also is certified in myofascial cupping and will integrate that technique into treatments when needed.

Doria Michalishen P.T.

Ms. Doria Michalishen graduated in 1989 from the School of Physical Therapy at the University of Saskatchewan. She has worked in both public and private healthcare for 32 years. She has spent many years specializing in the treatment of musculoskeletal and orthopedics conditions. This includes surgical and post-accident rehabilitation, biomechanical treatment, and neural tension mobilization.

She has obtained certification in anatomical and traditional Acupuncture and has been utilizing acupuncture for the past 23 years. She has taken special training in dry needling (Gorkavi Transverse Technique) as well as Chinese Scalp acupuncture for the treatment of neurological conditions including stroke, Parkinson's, and post-concussion injuries.

She recently obtained certification in Contemporary Cupping methods. Cupping is an incredible modality that among other benefits - include circulation, relaxes soft tissue, draws out stagnation and toxins in the body. Three therapeutic outcomes produced during a proper cupping treatment include myofascial release, lymphatic drainage, and detoxification. It also allows a deep breath relaxation to move throughout the entire body.
When not in the clinic Doria enjoys spending time working in her flower gardens, walking her dogs, and spending time on her bicycle or exercising in the gym.

Nicole Poirier P.T.

Nicole graduated with honours from McKay Massage and Hydrotherapy program in 2002. She loves the human body and has a passion for trying to help people achieve a higher quality of life.

In 2004 she attended her first seminar with John Barnes Myofascial Release. Since then, she has devoted her career specializing in this type of work. She loves how myofascial release looks at the entire body and how unique each treatment can be.

Nicole has a wonderful husband and 3 beautiful children. She's been a stay at home mom while still working part time over the past several years. Now that her children are getting older and in school, she has decided to slowly increase her work hours. Working at a clinic in which she knows the therapists, and knows they share the same passion for myofascial work, is a gift.

She is hard working, passionate and ready to share her knowledge and 20 years of massage experience with you.