Edwin Quintero

Edwin Quintero, RMT, Trained in Calgary at the Makami College and is an active member in good standing with 3000 Advanced Clinical Massage Therapy hours, registered with the Natural Health Practitioners of Canada and is able to provide receipts or direct billing to third party insurance companies (Sunlife, Manulife etc).

For 10 years Edwin worked in the construction field, he began to experience pain which prompted his research into pain management techniques. That is when he discovered the benefits for Registered Massage Therapy. Practicing since 2015 – his most loyal clients are his former construction co-workers and other individuals who have very physical professions. With his history in construction he is well suited to assist those who work in strenuous and heavy duty positions to achieve an overall better health and a decrease in pain and discomfort.

Edwin is trained in Swedish Massage and has a professional focus on Deep Tissue, Prenatal, Hydrotherapy, Myofascial release, Lymphatic Drainage, Cupping and Muscle Energy Techniques. He provides rehabilitation massage and pain management to clients with injuries from work, recreational activities or MVA’s.

Michaelis Harrison

Michaelis Hurst, RMT Trained in Winnipeg at the Massage Therapy College of Manitoba, Michaelis is Registered with the Natural Health Practitioners of Canada. She has over 5 years of clinical experience, working with a variety of injury rehabilitation programs and pain management along with pre-natal massage, relaxation and holistic healing techniques. She enjoys bringing many modalities into her practice, incorporating Swedish Massage with Myofascial Release, Cupping, Hydrotherapy, Deep Tissue, Muscle Energy Techniques, and Sports Massage.

Vudzirai Mashoro

Vudzirai Mashoro, Registered Massage Therapist (RMT) moved to Yellowknife to be close to her family after completing her 2315 Massage Therapy Program in Toronto. She is registered with Natural Health Practitioners of Canada and is in good standing. Vudzirai is experienced in Swedish massage with Myofascial Release, Hydrotherapy, Deep Tissue, Muscle Energy Technique, and Lymphatic Drainage. She looks forward to expanding her practise in the near future. Off work, Vudzirai enjoys spending time with her newborn grandson, reading and knitting.

Blaze Flewell

Blaze Flewell, RMT trained in Red Deer at the Alberta Institute of Massage and is registered with the Remedial Massage Therapists Association. She has 2 years clinical experience as well as a BSc in Physical Education (Kinesiology) from the University of Alberta.

Blaze incorporates relaxation, deep tissue, therapeutic work into her treatments and is trained in myofascial cupping, reflexology and Kinesio Taping. She enjoys being active and is excited for new adventures in Yellowknife.

 

Émilie Charette

Émilie Charette, RMT, is a current Registered Massage Therapist with the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario. In April 2018, she graduated with great distinction from a three year massage therapy program at Collège Boréal in Sudbury in Ontario. With her fresh knowledge of the practice, she is motivated to develop the optimal treatment plan with her clients.

Émilie uses a result-based problem-solving approach to massage therapy. She uses Myofascial release techniques, Counterstrain techniques, Lymphatic drainage techniques, trigger point release techniques, joint mobilization techniques, muscle energy techniques, general Swedish techniques and corrective exercises to improve her client’s condition and achieve the goals they have set together. As a bilingual Massage Therapist, she makes her clients feel at ease as they are able to communicate in either French or English to discuss their care.

In her spare time, Émilie enjoys spending time with family and friends or travelling, camping, hiking and learning. She is a current student with the Osteopathic College of Ontario and is incorporating the acquired knowledge in her practice. Émilie is also teaches and practices a large variety of martial arts and is a former member of the Canadian Kickboxing National Team. As a current coach and referee with Kickboxing Ontario and the World Association of Kickboxing Organisations, she aims to inspire athletes to pursue their dreams.

Francophone passionnée, Émilie est une massothérapeute diplômée avec grande distinction du Collège Boréal à Sudbury en Ontario et est inscrite à l’Ordre des massothérapeutes de l’Ontario. Elle adopte une approche de massothérapie de résolution de problème axé sur le résultat. En collaborant avec ses clients, elle crée des plans de traitement qui permettent d’atteindre les objectifs attendus pour améliorer leur santé et leur qualité de vie.

Angela Gold

Angela joins us from central Alberta. Born and raised on a cattle farm east of Rocky Mountain House she is accustomed to being in nature, open spaces, working hard, being a part of a team and working with animals. She does however enjoy the conveniences that city life offers.

Angie, as she is otherwise known, has been practicing clinical and rehabilitative massage therapy since 2002. Her focus is deep tissue, Myofascial release (Graston), and assistive stretching (PNF stretching/ Thai yoga Massage). However her practice is not strictly limited to rehab; she is also a birth doula and performs prenatal, Swedish relaxation, hot stone, reiki, reflexology, sports, lymphatic, scar tissue release massage and athletic therapy including: athletic taping, postural and athletic assessment/advisement based on musculoskeletal imbalances, restrictions and optimal performance goals.

She is passionate about using the knowledge and skills she has acquired over her career as an RMT and competitive athlete to help others to be at their best. Angie currently uses her role as an RMT to assist others and is actively pursuing a degree in Psychology in her free time, with dreams and aspirations of becoming a physician. Though she is not yet sure what discipline of medicine she’d like to practice.

When she is not working she enjoys snuggling and walking with her puppies, spending time with friends and family playing games, cooking, watching local rugby (while longing to play again), skiing when the opportunity arises and road trips.

Angela is warm, friendly, outgoing, open minded and encourages you to introduce yourself, visit with her, invite her to sit down to share a meal or a game of cards etc. whenever she appears to be available.