Dr. Kyla Miller
I look forward to meeting you and your family, and working together along the path of health and wellness.
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Knowing how important chiropractic care is to my health, I continue to be adjusted every week, so I can continue to play competitive water polo, keep up with my very active dog (Wattson, an Airedale), golf, learn how to play hockey, take time out to relax and enjoy my husband’s company, and function at my best.
When I’m not at the office or the pool, I volunteer with Rotary International, working directly with international youth exchange students, helping them learn our Canadian culture, and appreciate all that Canada has to offer. For those patients who speak French, I am also bilingual, and would really appreciate being able to practice my French, so please challenge me to do so!
Dr. Linda Li
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During my internship, I volunteered for the CMCC Chiropractic Outreach Abroad to the Dominican Republic to provide chiropractic care to the less privileged. This experience has influenced my perception on how effective and beneficial manual therapy can be in treating a variety of different conditions.
Outside of professional practice, I enjoy baking, playing ball hockey, badminton, and swimming. Chiropractic care has been a very important part of my health in maintaining an active lifestyle. I look forward to working with you and your family to achieve optimal function and health.
Dr. Valerie Forrester
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I have learned a variety of techniques over my years in practice and strive to find the right one that works for each individual body, preference and condition. When I am not seeing patients I love to cook and do a wide variety of work out classes, from Barre, weight training, spin, and yoga. In the summer I love wake surfing with my kids and husband. I look forward to working with you to help you achieve your health goals.
My name is Baraa Elkadri, I can be called Barry. I am 27 years old, born and raised in London, Ontario, and have lived in Calgary, Alberta since 2008. I have a burning passion for sports and activities such as cycling, badminton, hiking, and especially ice hockey. My specialty is being a goaltender and I have played this role for almost 20 years and still going. I love cooking various amounts of “5-star” style dinner/meals and this is considered my therapeutic process (Trust me it’ll blow your socks off!). I am also a part-time barber and have been cutting hair for over 10 years with known detail and precision.
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- Joint Mobilization/Manipulation
- Manual Therapy
- Muscle Energy Technique
- Sports Injury Rehabilitation
- Motor Vehicle + Work Accident Rehabilitation
- Concussion Management
- Migraine + Headache Treatment
- Graston Technique
- Strengthening + Conditioning Management
- TMJ Therapy
- Craniosacral Therapy
- Manual Lymphatic Drainage
- Soft Tissue Release
- Trigger Point Therapy
- Visceral Manipulation
As a twelve-year old looking through healthcare magazines, I discovered my passion for helping women at various stages of their life. I even created a scrapbook page which included snip-its of nursing and obstetrics content. At the time, I did not know the name for the type of practitioner I wanted to become… a midwife! I completed my Bachelor of Science (Health Science, 2013) at Mount Royal University (MRU) and applied to medical schools. Shortly after completing my BSc, I discovered the midwifery model of maternity care and returned to MRU in 2017. In 2021, I graduated from MRU with my Bachelor of Midwifery and a Minor in Women & Gender Studies.
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The past few years of my life have been filled with loss and joy. The experiences remind me to remain present, and to live in the moment. As a parent myself, I know firsthand how sacred childbirth is, and how transformative pregnancy, labour, and parenthood are. I feel that empowering others and walking with pregnant people during the experience of pregnancy and childbirth is exactly what my twelve-year-old self had dreamed of. Now, as a result of learning about the physiology of how our human bodies build, birth, and feed our babies, I am convinced that pregnancy is an experience that renews trust in our bodies capabilities.
I feel honoured to be a midwife, because this role affords me the opportunity to live out my passion and to fulfill my purpose. My practice of midwifery integrates discussions about how our body’s physiology, our intuition, and evidence-based maternity care influences pregnancy, labour and birth. My hope is to encourage confidence in my clients (and partners), about the body’s ability to build, birth, and nurture a baby as they navigate pregnancy and childbirth. From a young age I have been involved in initiatives that support and encourage women and girls. It just so happens that now my career as a midwife is also my life’s calling. I am humbled by the clients and families I serve, and I appreciate being a part of these sacred and precious the moments.
Heather Moloney, PT
Heather is a devoted Physiotherapist who shares an incredible passion for helping patients effectively manage pain, rebuild their lives, and achieve their goals. She is a graduate of the University of Saskatchewan and holds a Master’s Degree in Physical Therapy. Prior to this, Heather graduated from the University of Calgary with a major in Kinesiology and has a strong background in sports. Growing up, she suffered several injuries playing sports that inspired her to pursue a career as a Physio. Heather aspires to provide individualized patient care, that is supported with evidence-based research.
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Heather is an avid seeker of knowledge who greatly appreciates the notion of excellence both personally and professionally. She has completed numerous post-educational courses such as TMJ dysfunction, concussion/headaches and holds certifications in Pelvic Floor Physio (internal and non-internal), Biomedical Dry Needling (IMS) and KinesioTape Levels 1 and 2. She is presently pursuing her Orthopedic Manual Therapy Levels.
As a Physiotherapist, she is inspired by the drive to empower every person she treats and aspires to leverage her expertise in physio to help others rebuild themselves and reconstruct their lives. Her primary objective is to contribute to reshaping other’s lives for better and helping them enjoy a higher quality of life, and getting back to what they love to do.
Besides having a passion for her job, Heather greatly cherishes spending time in the company of her loved ones, whether that is having games nights, or spending time in the mountains. She also loves playing soccer, floor hockey, riding bikes, hiking and exploring the beauty of the wild with her beloved dog, Juno.
Erin graduated with a Masters in Physiotherapy from the University of Sydney in 2017. In her undergrad she studied at the University of Calgary where she received a bachelor’s of Kinesiology with a major in Athletic Therapy.
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Growing up she excelled at basketball and volleyball and continues to enjoy these sports at a less competitive level. She also enjoys running, hiking, or being outside doing pretty much anything active. She also loves spending time at home cuddling with her cat and dog.
During her time at the University of Calgary she worked with a variety of varsity athletes (basketball, hockey, volleyball and rubgy), assessing and treating their injuries and loves to work with young athletes.
Over the last few years Erin has complete her certification in vestibular therapy and has found a new passion for treating patients’ dizziness and vertigo symptoms. She also holds certifications for dry needling and spinal manipulations.
Erin strives to give her patients the best treatment possible with a mix of manual therapy and functional exercise to return you to what you love quickly!
Jason graduated from Western University with a Masters in Physical Therapy in 2020 and the University of Calgary with a Bachelor of Kinesiology. Jason is passionate about health and wellness and is committed to helping people improve their physical function and confidence to move.
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Jason enjoys working collaboratively with patients, tailoring treatment plans to improve physical outcomes and to help each patient achieve their physical goals. Jason’s treatment approach encompasses a combination of education, therapeutic exercise, manual therapy and intramuscular dry needling.
When not in the clinic, Jason enjoys spending time outdoors, hiking, traveling, playing different sports such as hockey, basketball and spikeball and trying new foods!
Clinical Social Worker
I completed my Undergraduate degree (BSc) with a double major in Psychology and Sociology from the University of Calgary. I then used this degree to work in a variety of settings before completing my Masters in Clinical Social Work (MSW) from the University of Calgary after realizing my passion for working with individuals and families. I am registered with the Alberta College of Social Workers and have completed several training courses and certificates as I strive to ensure my own continued learning and growth.
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In my downtime, you can surely find me out in the mountains whether hiking, camping, or skiing with friends and family. As a former University of Calgary Rowing athlete, I will always have a passion for being out on the water, especially when there is a good Calgary sunrise.
Functional Medicine AFMC | Health Coach
I’m Jodie but you already figured that part out! I’m a Functional Medicine Health Coach, gut geek, mom, wife, and bookworm. I love raw chocolate, green smoothies (even in winter), Amazon Prime, and helping women love their guts. When I’m not supporting clients, you can find me playing in the Rocky Mountains with my husband, son, daughter, and our dog Nora!
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I started this whole, wild ride because I was just searching for ways to improve and protect my family’s health (something I’m sure everyone can relate to). Before I knew it I was elbow deep, sifting through media fear mongering, false advertising, fad diets, and a nauseating amount of just plain stupid advice.
What I needed more than anything was someone to shoot it to me straight, someone to actually help!
And so instead of looking for her, I become her.
I couldn’t have known then how much of a health nerd I would turn into, how amazing I would find the design of the human body for optimal health, or how obsessed I would become in helping others build lifestyles (and legacies) that make them truly happy and healthy.
So that’s me!
You can expect me to be consistent in sharing useful and simple information. You can count on my excitement and dedication in motivating you in exactly the ways you need. You can trust that I am results oriented, and strategic towards giving you a life of freedom (and fun!). When I’m not totally geeking out on gut health topics, you can find me camping in the Rocky Mountains with my husband of 21 years and our two fantastic kids.
Registered Massage Therapist, Reflexology/Reiki
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I became very interested in energy work in the late 1990’s, particularly Reiki. I studied, and learned about this modality until I received my Master Level in Dec 2001 in the Usui lineage of Natural Healing.
This encouraged me to try my hands at some Feet! I was always fascinated with feet, and became a certified Reflexologist with the Reflexology Assoc of Canada in April 2002.
Massage therapy seemed to be the next natural progression in my journey. I studied at the University of Calgary, and graduated in April 2003. Massage has branched out into relaxation, therapeutic, pre/post natal, and for the last two years I have incorporated “Jade Stones” into my work.
Michelle Van Dyk
Registered Massage Therapist
Graduated with honors from MH Vicars School of Massage Therapy in Calgary, AB. As a former competitive dancer, she is all too familiar with injuries and how effective massage therapy can be in the recovery process. After completing a Bachelor of Arts degree in Dance, with a concentration in choreography and performance, she found her interest in body mechanics, anatomy, and how we function and move.
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Michelle is skilled in a variety of techniques including dynamic cupping, therapeutic, deep tissue, trigger point release, joint mobilization, myofascial stretching, and relaxation massage bringing passion and expertise to every treatment. Her goal is to identify underlying patterns such as muscle imbalances or postural and movement dysfunctions that lead to pain-tension cycles to create an individualized treatment plan to address her clients’ concerns. She likes to educate her clients in customized self-care, empowering them to be active participants in their healing process and continued recovery. Influenced by her years of training and passion for exercise, she believes that movement is often the right medicine for combating aches and pains.
Follow Michelle on Instagram @mich.rmt for all things massage, and glimpses into her fitness journey; where you can find her on her yoga mat or in the mountains hiking, backpacking, snowboarding, paddle boarding, camping, and spending time with her partner and dog.
Registered Massage Therapist
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My journey in the massage world started at Makami College with the 3000 hour program. I enjoy assisting people in learning more about their body and how they can live a healthy, fun life while preventing pain and injury.
Outside of massage I enjoy spending time being active and working with my 3 horses.
Registered Massage Therapist
The human body and it’s natural ability to heal has always intrigued me, so I knew that I wanted a career with healing focus.
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I complete my 1000 hour program for Massage Therapy from Medicine Hat College in 2003 and furthered my education in 2013, obtaining my 2200 hour diploma. Craniosacral, Thai massage and hot stone are a few of the other modalities I’m trained on.
Health and fitness plays a big role in my life. Staying active and maintaining a balanced lifestyle are important to me.
I look forward to working with and getting to know you and your family.
Registered Massage Therapist
Shawna is a Registered Massage (RMT) Therapist from Airdrie and is a 3 rd year student at The Canadian Institute of Traditional Chinese Medicine (CITCM) in Calgary. In the fall of 2020, she began the 4 year Double Major Plus program for Massage, Acupuncture, and Traditional Chinese Medicine.
Shawna has completed 2 years of the program and recently graduated in July 2022 as an RMT. She will graduate from the Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine Program in the summer of 2024.
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Shawna also has a BSc. In Nutrition and Food Sciences, completed her Yoga Instructor Certification (RYT 200HR) in 2015 and has taken extensive Yin Yoga Training courses in Calgary.
I began to study Massage Therapy at Mount Royal College in 2004 and graduated as a Registered Massage Therapist in 2007. I equally enjoy giving therapeutic and relaxation massages.
Need a massage ? Better call Paul
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As well as traditional massage, I also offer treatments in:
- Champissage (East Indian Head Massage)
- East Indian Foot Massage
In addition to having my Massage Therapy diploma, I previously graduated with honours from the DeVry Institute of Technology with an Electronic Engineering Technology diploma. I am currently a member of the Natural Health Practitioners of Canada (NHPC).
My name is Nyssa Christopher and I moved to Alberta about 2 years ago. Born in England to a military family, I’ve lived in many places including Germany, France, Cyprus, and Belgium, finally moving to Canada about 25 years ago. Originally, we were in Muskoka, Ontario, but during the pandemic my son and I decided to head west for a change. The human body absolutely fascinates me: how it moves, functions, and what happens when it dysfunctions. I am happiest when my problem-solving brain kicks in and we work towards getting the body back into harmony and balance. I graduated from the massage therapy program at the Alberta College of Massage Therapy and loved every moment of the process.
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Dan was born and raised on the West Island of Montreal. Early in life he realized that physical fitness was an integral part of living a happy, healthy lifestyle. He then moved down the “401” to St. Catharines, Ontario where he balanced numerous sporting activities with playing music, school and work. Currently Dan has found his home in Calgary and is enjoying his 18th year in Alberta.
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Through sports Dan gained first-hand experience of physical injuries and how these injuries can affect your lifestyle. After completing a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology from the University of Ottawa, Dan spent two years studying Athletic Therapy at Mount Royal University which gave him further understanding of how the body compensates for injury and helped him gain further knowledge of the mechanisms of injury.
Married to his wife Nicole, Family activities with their son Curtis certainly brings excitement and busy lifestyle. I enjoy being active, whether it be walking our dog, hiking or skating.
Dan has been the Director of The Gaitway for over 15 years, developing a treatment approach which combines accurate assessment of movement patterns with prevention and correction utilizing Custom Prescription orthotics.
Born and raised in the small town of Drayton Valley. Moved to Calgary in 2006 to attend SAIT where I completed my Legal Assistant degree. Worked at the SAIT wellness center while attending College, fell in love with the health and fitness industry. I have competed in several figure and fitness competitions. I moved to Airdrie in 2008, and joined a softball team where I met my husband. We have 2 amazing kiddos, one boy and one girl. I have a passion for helping people live their best lives. I had shoulder surgery due to a surfing injury, and have gained the mindset that no matter what we go through in life it’s about being real, being humble, and being able to share our stories to help the lives of others.