RMT (MH Vicars School of Massage Therapy 2200-hour program)
Hello! I am Danielle, a Registered Massage Therapist, graduating in 2011 from Vicars School of Massage Therapy. I was born and raised in Edmonton, AB, where I grew up active playing any sport that my parents put in front of me. As I got older, I pursued competitive sports, prioritizing consistent training over rest and recovery. However, as injuries became inevitable, my interest in effective and efficient recovery grew, leading me to discover my passion for massage therapy.
Over the years, I have continued my education to gain a deeper understanding and appreciation for different modalities and their role in developing effective treatment plans. My primary goal as a therapist is to prioritize efficiency, recognizing that functional movement and the body’s adaptation to life’s demands and pursuit of balance vary from person to person and athlete to athlete.
To personalize each treatment, I utilize a range of techniques including Swedish Massage, Advance Orthopaedic Massage, Myofascial Release, Trigger Point Therapy, Dynamic CUpping Therapy, Manual Lymph Drainage, Joint Mobilizations, PNF Stretching, Graston, RAPID NeuroFascial Reset, and Remedial Exercise.
As a manual therapist, my passion is centered around you. Whether you are an athlete striving to maintain your hard-earned achievements or someone seeking support in recovering from an injury, I am here for you. I understand the challenges faced by professionals who spend long hours on their feet or work night shifts, as well as the weekend warriors who push through the week only to engage in intense activities on the weekends. I also empathize with new moms struggling to find balance in their posture and individuals with tension headaches and back pain resulting from their 9-5 job. I’ve got you!
When I’m not treating amazing clients like yourself, you can find me enjoying quality time with my husband and our two little boys. We love biking, skiing, hiking, climbing, running, writing, playing, and living.