Ryan C., RMT
Since he started his career, Ryan has accumulated over 3000 hours of training the massage therapy field. His main focuses as a therapist are neuromuscular massage, trigger point therapy, and myofascial release. Ryan is constantly on the lookout for new techniques and research to further his skills, and believes in a wide assortment of homeopathic treatments. In his spare time, Ryan likes to stay active outdoors all year long as he has a passion for snowboarding. Ryan Coutu, RMT, Makami College.
Jody O., RMT
Jody believes in the prevention of injury and illness through stress management and living a healthy lifestyle. She specializes in deep tissue, sports massage, and migraine therapy including TMJD treatment. She has taken additional training in Soft Tissue Therapy, Deep Tissue Massage, and Shiatsu Migraine Therapy. Jody stays active with her family and enjoys Moksha hot yoga, slow pitch, and running. Jody Oliver, RMT, MH Vicars School of Massage - Honors.
Natasha V., RMT
Natasha has been a registered massage therapist for the past 6 years and is very passionate about helping people on their healing journey. She specializes in but is not limited to deep tissue techniques focusing on postural issues. Natasha believes in healing from within to properly maintain the body. She enjoys many different outdoor activities, especially hiking in the mountains. Natasha Vetoshin, RMT, MH Vicars School of Massage.
Kendra S., RMT
Kendra considers routine therapeutic massage to be very beneficial in prevention of every day wear and tear injuries, sport related ailments, and motor vehicle accidents. As well as in aiding and sustaining relief for chronic conditions and pain. She uses a variety of relaxation techniques to provide the client with comfort and allow muscle tension mitigation. This then contributes for easier manipulation of the muscle through GTO (Golgi Tendon Organ) release and passive stretching techniques. Her main focus as a therapist is to educate her clients and provide them with the information needed to prevent injuries due to incorrect posture and help them to counter act repetitive strain injuries. Kendra Short, RMT, CDI College
Johanne, H., RMT
Johanne completed her Massage Therapy program in 2003 in New Brunswick and is new to Alberta since January of 2013. She enjoys but is not limited to, treatments for pregnancy, relaxation and also therapeutic (accommodates deep or light pressure). She believes that anyone can benefit from massage therapy whether it’s to treat something specific or just to relax as we all need that downtime to re-energize and re-group. Massage will help to release built up tension. She is always looking for new training opportunities to widen her scope of practice. Johanne Hebert, RMT, Kine-Concept Institute.
Antonia A., RMT
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Pat D., RMT
The best way to describe how Pay works with his clients is “Inspiring the Body to be its Best”. An avid sports enthusiast, he understands the importance of keeping the body finely tuned; Therapeutic Massage inspires tense muscles to recover quickly thus restoring optimum functionality. With over 3000 hours of formal training in massage, Pat has acquired expertise in a wide range of modalities to help assist in bringing back proper functionality and pain free movement to his clients. He has extensive training in Orthopedic Massage, Sports Massage, Deep Tissue Massage, Trigger-Point Therapy, and Relaxation Massage. In 2011, the quest to become a Yoga Instructor lead Pat to southern India where he lived in an ashram and studied amongst many spiritual teachers. This adventure resulted in a life changing experience leading to a stronger, compassionate focus on healing and helping others. Being a “people person”, Pat welcomes everyone to feel comfortable to speak with him about how massage can be a beneficial choice on your path to Well Being. Pat Dobberthien, RMT, Makami College.
Kathryn O., RMT
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