Starting June 1st 2024, there will be a $5 price increase on all appointments. Existing appointments and those booked prior to June 1st will be honoured at our current rates. New appointments booked after this date will reflect the new pricing. Please speak with your therapist for details and limitations.

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Physiotherapy

Our Physiotherapist will diagnose, treat and create a rehabilitative plan. Using the best evidence informed practices, orthopedic testing and movement assessments, your appointment will be tailored to your preferences and our clinical expertise to include one or a combination of soft tissue treatments, joint manipulation and rehab exercises.


Massage Therapy

An active massage treatment by one of our 2200-hour massage therapists, who are highly educated in human movement.

Come prepared in your activewear - our patient-led appointments will include an assessment, soft tissue work combined with movement, and rehabilitation exercises in order to achieve your treatment goals.


Chiropractic

As spine and musculoskeletal system experts, our chiropractors will diagnose, treat and create a rehabilitative plan. Using the best evidence informed practices, orthopedic testing and movement assessments, your appointment will be tailored to your preferences and our clinical expertise to include one or a combination of soft tissue treatments, joint manipulation and rehab exercises.

Growing up in her hometown of Portage la Prairie, Manitoba, Leisha played multiple sports including volleyball and senior girls’ basketball. It was through the discovery of dance, however, that she truly found her passion for movement. As her dance training progressed, she was accepted into the Winnipeg School of Contemporary Dancers’ Senior Professional Program where she acquired her Bachelor of Arts Degree majoring in contemporary dance through the University of Winnipeg.

Continuing education opportunities brought Leisha to Calgary where she then became a registered massage therapist with the goal of providing active therapeutic treatments and athlete-centered care. In addition to massage therapy, Leisha works with the Calgary Buffalo Hockey Association as a team trainer for acute injury management throughout their hockey season.

When she’s not helping you with your movement goals, you’ll find Leisha hanging out with her husband and two busy kids, possibly out for a walk with her quirky three-legged springer spaniel, or exploring a new sport (like olympic weightlifting) to help her better understand the biomechanics of what YOU do!

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Terrace first cultivated her passion for human movement while working as a group fitness instructor in her hometown of Camrose, Alberta. This passion led her to pursue a Bachelor of Kinesiology at the University of Calgary, and later her Master’s in Physical Therapy from the University of Alberta.

Growing up Terrace played soccer, basketball, volleyball and did triathlon training. Terrace didn’t discover her true athletic passion however until she discovered weightlifting as a young adult - the only sport that having shorter legs seemed to serve as an advantage for her.

Dissatisfied with her own rehabilitation experiences as an athlete, Terrace set out to become a physiotherapist. Terrace believes rehabilitation is not simply about resolving pain, but also about improving performance.

Terrace remains a student of the human body, always up for new activities. She brings the same attitude to the treatment of her clients. She loves to empower others to achieve their goals.

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Quentin grew up in Toronto, Ontario where he completed his Bachelors of Kinesiology at the University of Toronto and a diploma in Massage therapy from Sutherland-Chan School of Massage Therapy.

Driven by his own journey in powerlifting and overcoming his fair share of injuries, Quentin’s dedication to rehab and manual therapy is rooted in a deep understanding of the body’s mechanics and it’s potential. Having competed at both international and national levels in powerlifting, he brings a unique perspective to his practice, combining hands-on therapy with personalized movement strategies

With a focus on effectiveness and efficiency, Quentin empowers his clients to prevent injuries and optimize performance, whether on the field or in everyday life. Outside the clinic, you can find Quentin lifting weights, enjoying specialty coffee, or at home hanging out with his cats.

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Ethan Christensen is a Registered Massage Therapist with a diploma in Massage Therapy from Makami College. Born and raised in the sunny Okanagan Valley, he grew up with an appreciation for an active lifestyle through his natural surroundings and his participation in competitive sports. Ethan played hockey throughout his years of school until he eventually made the change to Ultimate Frisbee, where he now plays for the Alberta men’s team.

Throughout his years as an athlete, Ethan became acutely aware of the importance that physical health plays in competition. This interest in improving his own performance, and preventing game hindering injuries, lead him to pursue a career in massage. In his practice he aims to empower his patients with education to prevent injuries and perform at their best— no matter the activity. Outside of work, you can find Ethan throwing a frisbee around or discussing bee conservation.

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Melnard’s passion for health and fitness started when he was introduced to strength training in high school. Born and raised in Edmonton, Melnard went on to complete a Bachelor of Science in Honours Physiology and then his Masters of Science in Physiotherapy from the University of Alberta.

During his time at University, Melnard became heavily involved in the sport of powerlifting. He first started off as a competitor, then became part of the University of Alberta Powerlifting Association executive team where he eventually served as president and hosted several meets. Melnard then transitioned his focus into coaching, where he has worked with new lifters all the way to nationally competitive powerlifters. Throughout physiotherapy school, he has helped his clients overcome various training related pains and injuries as his knowledge about rehabilitation improved.

Having now completed his physiotherapy schooling, Melnard is focused on using his combined experience as a lifter, coach, and clinician to help individuals overcome pain or injury so that they can return to the activities that they enjoy doing.

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Dr. Sebastien has always been passionate about sport and exercise. He grew up playing hockey and snowboarding, and the multitude of associated injuries with ensuing rehabilitation led him to study kinesiology at Queen’s University. While there, he worked as a student athletic therapist for the varsity hockey team, collaborating with various healthcare practitioners to improve the health and performance of high level athletes.

Dr. Sebastien’s experiences were a natural transition to chiropractic; he pursued his Doctor of Chiropractic at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College, where he graduated Summa Cum Laude. He has worked with athletes of all levels, pre- and post-surgical patients, and individuals living with chronic pain. He uses an evidence-based, goal-oriented approach to help his patients become the best version of themselves.

After moving frequently throughout his life, Dr. Sebastien is happy to call Calgary his new home. When he’s not in the clinic, he can be found enjoying the mountains, playing hockey, and fumbling around on a guitar.

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Virginia graduated from Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario with a Master’s degree in Physiotherapy, and Bachelor degrees in Biology and Life Sciences. She is passionate about helping people of all ages find ways to stay active despite injury and pain, and believes in empowering her patients with education to discover what their bodies are capable of, both in recovery and performance. While Virginia works with all levels of recreational and competitive athletes, she has a special interest in Olympic weightlifting, powerlifting, CrossFit, and badminton athletes. Virginia’s approach to rehab incorporates education, strength and conditioning, manual therapy, and sport-specific approaches to guide patients back to doing what they love. Outside of the clinic, Virginia also serves acutely ill patients at the other end of the health spectrum as a physiotherapist at a local hospital.

Prior to physiotherapy, Virginia was an English teacher in South Korea for many years. She enjoys being with family and friends, traveling, eating, and learning languages (she speaks English, Cantonese and Korean). Virginia was previously a competitive badminton player, and now enjoys Olympic weightlifting, CrossFit, running, and being really bad at snowboarding and gymnastics.

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