Therapeutic, sports and craniosacral therapy
“It’s your hour”, or half hour, or 90 minutes. Catherine believes that taking time for massage therapy is super important for your well being. In the Bow Valley we are busy! Like many of you Catherine lives in this beautiful playground to enjoy what nature and this community have to offer. But with so much activity comes sore muscles, injuries, and stress. Catherine’s treatment style includes different modalities crafted together to help balance out the effects of the challenges we put our bodies through. A typical treatment may include sports massage for specific injuries, passive and active stretching inspired by Thai massage, and dynamic cupping for myofascial release. Her technique is deeply therapeutic with a sensitivity to tissue resistance that brings about parasympathetic nervous system response, AKA relaxation response. Lately Catherine is excited about craniosacral therapy (CST), she is seeing great results with the deep fascial release work in CST known as somato emotional release (SER)!
Catherine took her massage training at Mount Royal University and BSc Kinesiology at University of Lethbridge.
Therapeutic, sports and craniosacral therapy.
When I am not massaging?
I enjoy snowboarding, surfing and triathlons.
Why did you get into massage therapy?
I got into massage therapy to help others in reaching fitness and wellness goals.