I am a graduate of the 2200-hr Massage Therapy Program at MacEwan University, and I have a thorough understanding of anatomy and proficiency in assessing orthopedic conditions. I have developed skills in Swedish and therapeutic techniques, myofascial release, and proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation. I have also received training in providing chair massage, pregnancy and infant massage, sports massage, and hot stone massage.

Why did I become a massage therapist? I have always had a genuine interest about the human body and I pursued a Bachelor of Science and Education in order to further my appreciation of it. After having been a teacher for a few years, I discovered the Massage Therapy Program at MacEwan University, made a career change, and along the way developed a passion for being a massage therapist.

Massage therapy has allowed me to become more aware of the importance of health and wellness in my life. I believe that health and wellness begins with yourself but involves support from those who can help you attain your goals, whether it be relaxation, reducing pain, or regaining mobility.

I am always delighted in connecting with my clients in the pursuit of improving your health, and I look forward to being your guide on your journey of well-being.