Krista Mullally-Dobbin, CAT(C)

Krista Holds her Bachelor of PE(sport science) from the University of New Brunswick,  her MA in Kinesiology from University of Victoria, and her certificate in Athletic Therapy from Sheridan College. She has been working as an Athletic Therapist in a university setting for the past 15 years. Her first 6 years with the UVIC Vikes varsity program, and most currently with the Memorial University Seahawks for 9 years. She continues to add new manual skills courses to her sports injury rehabilitation expertise. Krista has been very fortunate to work and travel with a variety of elite and Olympic athletes and their sports teams, including Women’s National Soccer, Ball hockey, and Rugby teams, as well as Men’s National Rugby 7’s team.

Rebecca Gladney, FLS, RMT, SMT(cc)

​After having completed a diploma in the Fitness and Lifestyle Specialist program from CompuCollege in 2006, Rebecca went on to graduate from the 2200-hour ICT Schools program in 2009 via CompuCollege, and has since been practicing in St. John's as a Registered Massage Therapist (RMT).
Rebecca is trained in Swedish massage techniques, deep tissue massage, trigger point therapy, and myofasical techniques, as well as massage to help expectant mothers through their pregnancy by offering prenatal care in all trimesters. She's completed certification courses in mechanical cupping, and most recently attended the K-Taping Pro Course offered through the K-Taping Academy in Canada, both of which she incorporates regularly into treatment plans as indicated.
Rebecca is currently working towards her Sport Massage Therapist designation and has worked  with sports teams such as the Elite Team at 8 Limb Muay Thai including World and Canadian Champions, international professional curlers, with the HockeyNL High Performance Program, and with Hockey Canada's Senior National Women’s Team as camp staff. 
Rebecca is committed to helping her clients understand their in-clinic treatment as well as what they can do on their own time to help speed the healing process and prevent re-injury.​​

Sara Earles, RMT

​​Sara graduated from Academy Canada in 2015, knowing that sport massage was going to be the focus of her career. Sara has been dancing since the age of two and is currently a full time dancer and dance instructor at the Dance Academy. Sara is excited to bring the dance community to Premier and is looking forward to increasing her knowledge of sports massage as well as her overall skills as a registered massage therapist!

Sarah Patten, RMT, CPT

Sarah is a recent graduate from the Eastern College Massage Therapy program and has recently passed her registration exam to practice as a Registered Massage Therapist (RMT). In addition, Sarah is a Certified Personal Trainer (CPT) and is currently working towards becoming certified through the Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology (CSEP). Sarah is also certified in First Aid and CPR.
Sports, particularly basketball, have always been a big part of Sarah's life, whether it be playing or watching. Sarah has also competed with the NLABBA in the bikini division. She has been helping people reach their fitness and health goals for 5 years now. Sarah has worked with many different clients whether it be regarding fitness goals or rehabilitation.

Matthew Moore, CAT(C), RMT, SMT(CC)

Matthew is a York University graduate, where he earned his Bachelor of Science Specialized Honours Degree in Kinesiology, and a certificate in Athletic Therapy. He then went on to complete a Diploma in Massage Therapy from the Canadian College of Massage Therapy and Hydrotherapy. He has since completed courses in manual therapies, taping, and distance running. 

Matthew has been fortunate enough to help a variety of people, including professional athletes in the CFL and AHL, Olympic athletes, as well as some of the province's top athletes in running, gymnastics, basketball, and ultimate frisbee.

Ashley Hiscock, CAT(C), CSCS

Ashley holds bachelor degrees in Kinesiology and Athletic Therapy from Memorial University and Sheridan College, respectively. Additionally, Ashley holds professional designations as a Certified Kinesiologist and Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS). 

Ashley has had the good fortune to have opportunities to work with the St. John's IceCaps, Newfoundland's provincial team athletes in volleyball, soccer, football, gymnastics, and cheerleading and was a member of the therapy team for Team Canada at the World Ball Hockey Championships in 2013. 

Ashley has a special interest in manual therapy techniques, concussions, and strength and conditioning.