Jessica Leclercq, RMT
Jessica graduated from MH Vicars school of massage therapy in 2014 and from MOCC (manual osteopathic college of Canada) in September 2020 and has had a passion for her profession ever since. She also has had the chance to travel to New Zealand and work as an RMT there for over 6 months.
She likes nature and the healing properties it provides.
Jessica is confident in myofascial release, cupping, trigger point therapy, pregnancy massage, She has a particular interest for clients suffering from headaches and migraines.
Jennifer Leendertse, RMT
Bio coming soon
Nalini Narayan, RMT
Nalini started her massage career at the Grey Nuns Community hospital in 2000 after graduating from Edmonton College of Swedish Relaxation Massage in 1998.
Nalini offers the highest quality of care to the clients, providing a friendly, knowledgeable and compassionate attitude to all aspects of her treatment. Her practice is dedicated to improving the general well being of all her clients through customising each treatment to meet the clients needs. Having worked in a hospital setting for 17 yrs, Nalini has gained immense confidence with special needs clients.
Modalities: Therapeutic/Relaxation, Deep Tissue, Pre/Post Natal Massage, Lymphatic Drainage, Massage for Cancer Patients, Dynamic Cupping
Active member with NHPC since 1998
First Aid-CPR certified
Jen Leendertse , RMT
Kelsey Byers, RMT
Kelsey graduated from the MacEwan University massage program in 2015. Throughout her practice she has had experience with various types of massage including relaxation, therapeutic, deep tissue, prenatal, and hot stone. She enjoys staying active and promoting her own wellbeing, and channels this into her practice to help others feel their best. Kelsey recently completed the Therapeutic Assistant program at MacEwan, and throughout her studies explored the fields of occupational and physical therapy. In addition to her work at the clinic, she works part time delivering rehabilitation programs at a long term care facility. Kelseys schooling has reignited her passion for therapeutic exercise and the role it plays in injury prevention and rehabilitation. She hopes to soon become certified as a fitness instructor to further improve her abilities as a health care practitioner.