Meet our team
Sarah Eberlin, Owner
Sarah has worked with the Nu Life team over the past few years, taking over ownership in November 2017. She had a vision to expand the services of Nu Life Wellness to include a branch of medical aesthetics. After partnering with Nurse Practitioner, Kelly Ross, the Nu Life brand has expanded and now offers a range of non-surgical aesthetic services to help clients look and feel great.
Kelly Ross, Medical Director/Owner
Kelly is the newest addition to Nu Life Wellness and oversees Nu Life Aesthetics. Kelly completed her Bachelor of Nursing at Humber College/University of New Brunswick in 2007. She obtained her Masters degree and Nurse Practitioner certificate from Ryerson University in 2012. She attended APT injection training as well as various training sessions in facial rejuvenation and skin care. As our medical director she provides education on procedures available, potential side effects of treatment and assess client eligibility for services. As our nurse injector she works to provide natural and age defying results to make clients look and feel their best.
Alicia Juelich, RMT
Alicia has training in Swedish Massage, Deep Tissue, ashiatsu, Pre/Post Natal, Infant/Child Massage, Aromatherapy, and she has taken extra courses to further her education with courses, such as, Cranial Sacral, Reflexology, Hot Stone, Myofascial Release, and Shiatsu Anma Therapy, which allows her to provide therapeutic benefits for a wide variety of conditions.
Alicia is constantly looking to further her education in order to help her clients achieve their personal goals.
Alicia strongly believes in educating her clients in the importance of self care and taking an active roll in their health through home care exercises/stretching and hydrotherapy applications which is imperative to her client’s success beyond her treatment plan.
Alicia is very passionate about her career and will strive to provide the best quality of care to suit each of her client’s needs and goals in either maintaining general well being, or providing relief from whatever condition/aliment the client may come in for.
Alicia is part of the CMTO (College of Massage Therapists of Ontario) and the RMTAO (Registered Massage Therapist’s Association of Ontario)
Alicia welcomes new clients and any questions or concerns you may have. Please feel free to contact the clinic for an appointment.
Maria Agathocli, RMT
Maria graduated from Centennial College’s advanced Massage Therapy Diploma program in 2013. She likes using a wide variety of techniques and modalities such as passive stretching, trigger point therapy, thai massage, ashiatsu massage and bamboo fusion. Maria has experience in working in a spa setting as well as a chiropractic office and has volunteered at Beauty Gala’s as well as a Terry Fox Run. Maria enjoys working with clients with sports injuries as well as relaxation focused treatments. Maria believes that home care plays a big role in achieving treatment goals. She will work with you to design a home care routine that best fits your needs.
Kim Tonogbanua, RMT
Kim is a young and versatile Registered Massage Therapist dedicated to providing every client with a unique approach to their individual needs, by personalizing treatments and focusing on their goals. Kim specializes in improving posture and proper biomechanics in order to get the body more functional. Kim enjoys sharing her knowledge with her clients and is committed to providing safe and effective treatments in order to enhance her clients health.
Steven Tapia, RMT
Steven has been practicing Massage Therapy since 2002 and has been an integral part of Nu Life for 10 years now. Steven strives through his treatments to positively impact a clients quality of life, and inspires clients to attain the best recovery outcomes, and overall well – being.
Steven provides relief for a wide range of issues such as strains/sprains, Tendonitis, Fibromyalgia, disc herniations, frozen shoulder, osteoarthritis, and many other conditions. As well as providing, Pre/Post Natal massage, and infant/ child massage, he has also has experience with working with children ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder.)
Rebecca Cleaveley, RMT
Petar Miletic, RMT
Petar is a former national level competitive swimmer in butterfly & freestyle for 50 and 100 meter. Unsure of what career path to take, he decided to put his knowledge of the human body and biomechanics to use. Petar graduated from ICT Kikkawa College of Massage Therapy in Toronto. He is currently an amateur competitive rock climber, with firm hands, he describes his massage style as firm, slow and flowing. He enjoys continuing his education and learning new techniques with his Mentor Sava.
Alexander Cheung, RMT
Grigori Tabak, RMT
Bertha Angelica Alarcon, RMT
Bertha Angelica Alarcon is a Registered Massage Therapist; her passion is to help people. She graduated from the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy. Trained in various techniques including Myofascial Release, Trigger Point Release, Lymphatic drainage, Joint Play, Hydrotherapy, Sports Massage, Relaxation and General Swedish Massage. She has additional training in Prenatal Massage, Postnatal Massage and holds a Hospital placement specialization. Along with her Bachelor Degree in Sciences, Angelica enjoys and loves to meet people and working with them to improve their health and well-being.
Xianling Fan, Acupuncturist
Tammy Lee, Medical Aesthetician
Nazanin Eshghi Moghaddam, Osteopath
Pursuing her life-long dream of helping others, Nazanin Eshghi Moghaddam BSc DOMP began her career in healthcare by first going to York University and obtaining a Bachelors Degree in Psychology. Nazanin then attended the National Academy of Osteopathy where she excelled academically and graduated obtaining certification as a Manual Osteopath (DOMP), with her thesis focusing on “The Effects of Manual Osteopathy on Geriatric Patients”.
Over the years, Nazanin has also devoted her time and attention to volunteering both in research and in the community. For example, she was involved in research with patients suffering from Cerebral Palsy, spasticity, in the West Park Healthcare Center, and she has volunteered at the Sunnybrook / St. John’s Rehabilitation Hospital, assisting physiotherapists and occupational therapists.
Nazanin also takes part in various social organizations. She is one of the executive members of the Canadian Association for Stem Cell Research (CASCR), which is a student-run club at York University.
Furthermore, Nazanin is certified for kinesiology taping for therapeutic purposes, and she is currently pursuing her doctorate in osteopathy.