RMT, Sports, Deep tissue and Therapeutic Massage, Soft Tissue Release
6 years ago Annie came to Canada from the UK on a year-long visa and decided this was where she wanted to call home. After spending 4 years raft guiding she took the 2,200 hr massage therapy diploma at Alberta College of Massage Therapy and discovered her drive for helping people experience the healing effects of massage after injury and chronic pain. Her treatment style varies from client to client depending on their needs but she uses deep, precise, rhythmic pressure in order to help their bodies heal. She has taken special training in sport massage and is passionate about working together with athletes in order for them to achieve their performance goals.
Style of massage
Client focused, deeply therapeutic and precise.
What do you do when you are not massaging?
Climbing, skiing, rafting, hiking with my dog, competitive arm wrestling.
What made you decide to become a massage therapist?
Before I became a therapist, massage played a major role in my ability to manage my own chronic pain. I felt the positive healing effects both physically and psychologically and knew that I wanted to be able to help people on their own rehabilitative journey.