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Jen has been a registered Massage Therapist in the Bow Valley for 10 years, and she takes pride in contributing to the well-being of her clients in the community. Jen is able to easily adjust techniques, and modify the treatment to suit her client's needs. These techniques/treatments include, trigger point therapy, deep tissue massage, aromatherapy, pre/post-natal, hot stone, and lymphatic drainage. She will guide you through breath work during the treatment to assist, and maintain a relaxing experience. Jen is a natural healer, is personable, caring, and kind. She enjoys skiing, hiking, and spending time with her family. She benefits from a daily practice of yoga and meditation.



Massage Therapist

Edna graduated from Catholic University of North with Honours in Physical Therapy and a Bachelor of Health Sciences with specialization in Skeletal Muscle and Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation. She has been a Physical Therapist for the past 5 years in public and private practice, working with seniors and semi-professional sports soccer teams, where she used massage as a complementary therapy. Edna has always been passionate about massage therapy as it helps people achieve a state of integral health, balance all aspects of the person - structural, chemical and mental. In her therapy, she combines a deep, therapeutic and relaxing massage, seeking a balance and placing the body in an optimal condition to heal itself. Edna likes living a healthy and active lifestyle, and outside of work enjoys hiking, yoga, basketball, reading and traveling. 



Massage Therapist 

Natalie graduated from Faculty of Medicine, Masaryk University in Physical Therapy. Since 2018, she has been working as a physiotherapist in private clinics and experienced a wide range of clients from seniors to semi-professional
athletes. She specializes in soft tissue techniques and combines therapeutic and relaxation massage. Natalie believes that the touch itself starts the healing process in your body and her priority is to make a comfortable space where you can feel safe and relax. Natalie lives an active life, enjoying outdoor activities and collective sports. She loves hiking, dancing and practicing yoga.



After successfully completing her education at Makami College, Irene has spent the past two years as a dedicated therapist in the valley. Specializing in a variety of techniques, including deep tissue massage, trigger point therapy, and myofascial release through cupping, she has honed her skills to provide comprehensive care.

Her expertise also extends to Swedish/relaxation massage, prenatal massage, and the soothing comfort of hot stone massage.

Outside of work, you'll find her enjoying the outdoors with her family on her days off.
Spending time in nature and making memories with loved ones is how she likes to recharge and find balance.




Alana graduated from the Canadian College of Science Health and Technology. Having a varied healthcare background from her previous career, where she worked closely with individuals with exceptionalities, Alana brings a unique perspective and compassionate approach to her practice. As a massage therapist, she specializes in addressing stress-related injuries as well as acute and chronic pain through a diverse range of techniques. Her skill set includes joint mobilizations, myofascial release, deep tissue work, and relaxation techniques. With the understanding of the body's mechanics, she employs a holistic approach to promote healing and rejuvenation. Beyond her professional endeavors, she finds comfort in the embrace of nature, often spending time travelling, and making memories with her family and furry companion.

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Since 2004, Alice has been practicing as a Registered Massage Therapist (RMT) in Ontario. Over the course of 17 years, she has accumulated certifications in various holistic practices. Her extensive experience has allowed her to address a diverse range of conditions across different age groups. Additionally, Alice has had the privilege of working with professional athletes at various sporting events, providing backstage massage services at Ontario concert venues for professional musicians, and serving as the lead RMT during season 5 of Battle of the Blades. In all her treatments, the core focus is on safely and effectively addressing the unique needs and massage goals of each individual.

Alice is an avid enthusiast of skiing, cycling, and yoga. 



Massage Therapist 

A few years ago, Stacy embarked on her journey as a massage therapist in France.

Proficient in relaxation, sports, and deep tissue massage, she also specializes in Kobido massage—a Japanese technique renowned for facial lifting.

Beyond her expertise in massage, Stacy, a dedicated yoga teacher, seamlessly integrates yoga principles into her sessions, incorporating stretches and personalized advice.
For Stacy, life is a harmonious blend of balance and well-being. Through her massages, she strives to impart that same sense of equilibrium to others, offering a holistic approach to healing and relaxation.

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Suzanne commenced her career as a physiotherapist in central London, later relocating to Canada with her husband and settling in Toronto and Edmonton. Specializing in acute care and rheumatology, she rediscovered her passion for helping people through massage therapy and obtained a 2200-hour diploma in Calgary in 2014. Approaching each client with compassion and a non-judgmental attitude, she firmly believes that everyone deserves the benefits of massage for overall health and wellness. Currently delving into craniosacral therapy, she incorporates various techniques, including cupping, joint mobilization, and fascial stretching. Outside of work, she can be found enjoying the great outdoors with her family and dogs or engaging in a refreshing gym session when the weather is less favorable.



Reiki Master

Sinead is dedicated to supporting and guiding individuals through life's challenges. Operating globally, her services include Reiki, Transformative Coaching, and Reiki Infused Coaching, all proven to simplify self-discovery, boost confidence, and foster understanding. Since earning a Master of Science in Population Health in 2011, Sinead has catered to various age groups, concentrating on children's health promotion. Her journey led her to become an educator for children with diverse needs, eventually expanding into coaching for diversity, equity, and inclusion.

With over a decade of experience spanning North America, Canada, Ireland, and the UK, Sinead recognized the need for systematic changes in education and recruitment. Her focus remains on nurturing cohesive communities that prioritize equity, diversity, and inclusion to safeguard both physical and emotional well-being in our rapidly evolving world.

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Yoga Teacher and Hiking Guide

Ronna Schneberger is an award-winning master interpreter, naturalist, and hiking guide in the mountain parks for over 25 years.  She has been teaching yoga for 20 years. In 2016 she became one of the first forest bathing guides in Canada and enjoys showing people this unique way of connecting to the beautiful environments in Banff.  She continues to guide but has added executive coaching to her list of certifications. Today, she works with people from around the world leading hikes, offering forest bathing and leadership development programs with profound results. Ronna’s unique nature programs use proven techniques to help people reset and rejuvenate so they can reclaim calm and clarity.



Hiking guide and yoga teacher 

Originally from Toronto, Ontario, Michelle’s love of the mountains began at an early age as she grew up travelling to Western Canada, Europe, and the United States on family ski holidays.

Michelle‘s background is rooted in education and teaching as she holds a Bachelor of Arts and a Bachelor of Education from the University of Ottawa, and a Master of Arts from McMaster University. After university, she answered the call to the mountains and moved to Banff where she discovered yoga after fracturing her pelvis in a ski accident. In 2016, Michelle travelled to India to receive her RYT-200 Yoga Teacher Training certification. In 2019, she completed the Hiking Guide certification from the Association of Canadian Mountain Guides, and as an outdoor professional, Michelle has an 80-hour Wilderness First Responder certificate. Whether she is hiking up or skiing down, Michelle thrives in the mountains. She is inspired by mountain culture and outdoor living, and she loves to share the physical and mental health benefits of yoga and nature.

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Reiki Master

Cheryl has been practicing Reiki Tummo at the mastery level since 2019 and is registered with the Canadian Reiki Association. She was drawn to the unique benefits of Reiki Tummo, which synchronizes pure Divine healing with Kundalini cleansing, the most powerful combination. She can offer reiki remotely anywhere in the world. Recently, Cheryl has been trained on an exquisite treatment using heart-chosen emeralds, placed on specific meridians on the body for anti-aging benefits, reducing stress, cleansing negativities and much more on a very deep level. She’s so grateful to be able to share these modalities, beneficial to anyone. Her daily spiritual practice and ongoing retreats ensures she provides the best service at all times. Cheryl is a Flight Attendant on the side and is building a small wellness retreat north of Calgary. She enjoys hiking and skiing and, of course, travelling the world.



Massage Therapist 

Klara graduated high school with a specialization in sports and rehabilitation masseur in 2015. After school, she worked in wellness for a few years. For the past 3 years Klara joined the Czech National Biathlon Team as one of their therapist, and in 2022 she participated with the team in the Winter Olympic Games in Beijing. She lives an active life, enjoying outdoor activities, love for nature, collecting wild herbs, and coffee. Klara also spends her free time making macrame decorations, candles and many other things.

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