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Lindsay’s passion for health and athletics has been lifelong. She knows firsthand how frustrating an injury can be, especially when it takes you away from what you love to do. Whether its your sport, job or hobby, she is invested in developing individual treatment plans, to problem solve current issues and better clients future health, through Therapeutic Massage and Remedial Exercise. She is proficient in many forms of therapeutic massage such as: swedish, deep tissue, Prenatal, Lymphatic drainage, Trigger point, Pre and Post Event Sport, Myofascial Release, Cupping, Joint and Soft tissue mobilizations.

Lindsay is working towards specializing in the neuromyofascial network of the body, currently offering movement based therapies such as: Fascial Stretch Therapy ( Level 1) and RAPID neurofascial reset ( Upper body series). Lindsay believes that treating the fascia and nervous system not only addresses the area of complaint, but often has a global system effect. Leaving clients with great, lasting results, and feeling like the best version of themselves!

Lindsay, graduated from the MH Vicars School of Massage Therapy with a 2200 hour diploma in Registered Massage Therapy in 2015. Before becoming a massage therapist, Lindsay earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Kinesiology at Brock University. During her studies she also competed as a Varsity Athlete on the Brock Amateur Wrestling Team, wrestling both at the National and International Level. Adding to her practice, Lindsay has completed courses in MyoFascial Cupping, Stretch to Win Fascial Stretch Therapy and RAPID neurofascial reset.

Lindsay discovered her interest in the human body, particularly its amazing ability to adapt, heal and rebuild while experiencing a variety of soft tissue injuries to herself and her teammates during her athletic career. Lindsay was driven to become a therapist who utilizes a variety of massage therapy techniques to maximize the bodies potential to function efficiently and effectively in sport. Throughout her journey Lindsay has developed a special interest in Fascia and the Nervous System and their role in movement. Through hands on experience and continued education, Lindsay has developed her own unique treatment style. Although her treatments are beneficial for athletes, she has also had great success treating ANY client who wants to MOVE , but its limited by pain or restriction.

Professional Achievements
Lindsay is an active member of the Massage Therapist Association of Alberta (MTAA). She has been a successful therapist in a variety of physiotherapy clinics in both Edmonton and Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta. Lindsay has added to her practice by completing courses in MyoFascial Cupping, Stretch to Win Fascial Stretch Therapy and RAPID neurofascial reset and looks forward to taking further classes to specialize in these areas.

Outside the clinic, Lindsay has spent time volunteering at several sporting events providing Pre and Post event Massage and Mobility. Including being the therapist for a group of athletes at the Olympic trials for Wrestling in 2016, in Sherwood Park, AB.

Therapist Qualifications

 Remedial Massage Therapy
 Orthopedic Assessment
 Remedial Stretch and Exercise
 Myofascial Release
 Joint Mobilizations
 Sport Massage - Pre/Post Event
 Myofascial Cupping Therapy
 Fascial Stretch Therapy - Level 1
 RAPID(tm) Neurofascial Reset - Upper
 Certified Standard First Aid

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