RMT, Therapeutic & Deep Tissue Massage, Cupping
Growing up, Adrienne spent lots of time in the Bow Valley, skiing, hiking and exploring. In 2016, she made the move to Banff to live the mountain lifestyle full time. She believes that massage plays an important role in overall health, and strives to bring your body back to peak performance while creating an environment of relaxation. With a well rounded approach to your wellbeing, Adrienne will provide personalized remedial exercise so you can stay doing what you love for longer. Adrienne graduated from MH Vicars School of Massage Therapy and is registered with the MTAA
Style of Massage
Therapeutic Massage, Relaxation Massage, TMJ, Myofascial Release, Trigger Point Release, Myofascial and Dynamic Cupping.
What do you do when you aren’t massaging?
Most days, you can find me trail running and hiking any and every peak. When I’m not on mountains, I love playing music, doing yoga, and hanging out with friends.
What made you decide to become a massage therapist?
I have always wanted to have a career that allows me to help people. It took me a while to figure out what that looked like in my life, but I am so happy to have found my calling in Massage Therapy. My passion for health and wellness made this career a perfect fit for my lifestyle.