Steve McCall C.M.T., C.N.M.T.
Steve came to the profession of Medical Massage Therapy in 1989 after travelling and studying extensively
in South East Asia and the West Coast of Canada and the United States. Upon returning to Nova Scotia in 1992, he began to
further develop his work in the treatment of chronic and acute pain syndromes. Steve has helped thousands of people return
to an active and pain-free lifestyle. He is a registered member of The Massage Therapist's Association of Nova Scotia and
past president of the East Coast Massage Therapists Association, from 1996-2000. He has a National Certification for Therapeutic
Massage and Bodywork in the United States and is Certified in the St. John method of Neuromuscular Therapy. He has studied,
trained and taught various connective tissue therapies such as Myofascial Release, Craniosacral Therapy and Visceral Manipulation.
Steve was born and raised in Dartmouth Nova Scotia and attended Dartmouth High School before embarking on a career in music
playing with local and nationally recognized bands. His late grandfather W.J. (Bill) McCall, editor of the Chronicle Herald
for many years, formerly owned the home that he presently practices from. His mother, Evelyn McCall and late brother, Robert
McCall, were both renowned athletes with mother Evelyn performing in the Icecapades and brother Rob a many-time Canadian and
World champion and Olympic medallist.
"My goal is to help my clients improve their quality of life and maximize their full potential for humanity, health
and well-being. As a clinician and healer, I draw on both science and intuition to create positive change and conciousness
in the human body."