Nim is a Registered Massage Therapist (RMT) with Remedial Massage Therapists Association (RMTA). She graduated from Northern Institute of Massage with a 2200hr diploma in 2011 and moved to Canmore in 2012. Her love to help others is what influenced her decision to become a Massage Therapist. Nim focuses on the primary complaint and uses a combination of therapeutic and relaxation to customize each treatment to suit the clients needs. Nim specializes in Motor Vehicle Accident and whiplash treatments.
Therapeutic/Deep Tissue, Myofascial release, Trigger point therapy, Prenatal.
To Find Balance
Nim enjoys everything the mountains have to offer, from snowboarding to biking.
Nim's goal is to communicate with her clients and customize a treatment plan suited to them. With the safe use of different modalities and techniques, she will get you back out enjoying your activities and hobbies.
Nancy van Es
Nancy is a Registered Massage Therapist with the Natural Health Practitioners of Canada (NHPC) and with the College of Massage Therapists of British Columbia. She has a 2200hr massage diploma, graduating with honors from MH VicarsSchool of Massage Therapy in Calgary, AB. Nancy brings a client focused approach to all of her treatments, with an understanding of the aches and pains from playing in the mountains, to tension felt from everyday life and work stresses.
Nancy has her level 2 Myofascial Release certificate in the John F. Barnes Approach. She is trained in Swedish massage, deep tissue techniques, trigger point therapy and active inhibition techniques. Her goal is to get the best result out of your massage. She also provides strength and stretching exercises to help you on your path to recovery and wellbeing.
To find Balance
Nancy loves to ski and has spent the past 6 years on a local ski patrol team. She loves to get out backcountry skiing as much as she can. In the summers you will find her on her mountain bike or putting some time in at the local crags.
Nancy’s goal is to support you in your path to general well-being and fitness, so when its a powder day, or a dry sunny day you can get out and put your best muscle forward.
Scott is a registered massage therapist with NHPC
Bio coming soon!
Annie is a Registered Massage Therapist with the Remedial Massage Therapists Association (RMTA). She graduated from a 2200-hour program in 2014 and has been practicing in a clinical setting since. She decided to become a massage therapist for the simple reason that she wanted to make people feel better. She finds this work quite rewarding. She tailors her treatment to the specific needs and goals of each client by using a variety of modalities. Annie is fluent in both French and English.
Annie’s passion lies in therapeutic massage. She uses a combination of therapeutic techniques, including deep tissue, myofascial release, trigger point therapy, fire cupping, relaxation, TMJ-specific and c-section scar treatments.
To find Balance
To keep sanity in this busy, overstimulating world, Annie is mostly ripping it up and down the trails on her mountain bike in the summer and overworking uphill and snowplowing down the steeper runs on her skate-skis in the winter! Her pooch loves to take Annie walking or running on the trails and cuddling with her at any hour of the day. One of Annie’s favorite things is to have a good laugh, the kind that really hurts your abs and your cheeks!
Annie’s goal is to make you feel better when you walk out of the clinic than when you originally walked in. Everyone deserves a bit of TLC and her intention is to give you just that, but she also makes sure that you feel like your muscles have been worked on. She wants to get you back to optimum health so you can enjoy whatever activities that make you happy and smile.
Gerard is a Registered Massage Therapist with the MTAA. He graduated from the 2200 hour program at MH Vicars with honours of distinction. Gerard's focus is on therapeutic treatments, in which he is looking for the root cause of each clients concerns. Gerard is in his first year of education at the Canadian College of Osteopathy.
As a former National level cross country ski racer, and a passionate local climber in the Bow Valley, Gerard knows the aches and pains associated with high level sport. While enjoying working with clients of all walks of life, Gerard takes a special interest in helping climbers and skiers recover from injuries and increase their overall performance through both treatments and remedial exercise.
Jodi is a Registered Massage Therapist (RMT) with the Massage Therapist Association of Alberta (MTAA). She graduated with a 2200hr massage diploma in 2009 and has been massaging in Canmore since. Jodi brings a therapeutic approach to each treatment. Jodi focuses on the primary complaint and compensating structures. Jodi works with the National Cross Country Ski Team and several other local athletes. In the Winter months she splits her time between treating at the clinic and travelling with the ski team. Jodi's passion for health and movement gives her an understanding for the aches and pains associated with playing in the mountains.
Jodi specializes in Therapeutic Massage. Combining a variety of Myofascial release from the John F Barnes approach, trigger point therapy and nerve mobilization. She is also trained in cupping and prenatal massage.
To find Balance
Jodi loves to be outdoors, whether on her mountain bike, cross country skis or trail running.
Jodi will aim to help you break specific holding patterns and postural habits to help you move freely and with ease. She enjoys listening to clients feedback and customizing treatment to suit their specific needs. Through safe and effective treatments Jodi will help you reduce your aches, pains and stress.