Meet the Massage Therapists

Kim Deering, Massage Therapist, Certified Infant Massage Therapy Instructor, Certified Fertility Massage Specialist, Certified CranioSacral Therapist, Certified Obstetric Accupressure and Labour Massage Therapist, Certified Meridian Line and Acupressure Therapist, Certified Reiki Practitioner.

Kim has been practicing in the field of massage therapy since 2008 graduating from MH Vicars School of Massage Therapy in Calgary in 2009. She is an active member of the Massage Therapist Association of Alberta.  Supporting all ages from the newborn to the geriatric on their healing journey to strengthen and support the health of the individual with the practical applications of the healing hands of massage.  A session with Kim will incorporate all her knowledge from techniques as varied as Swedish Massage, Myofascial Release, Trigger Points, CranioSacral Therapy, Meridian Line Massage, Acupressure, Fertility Massage, Breast Massage, Reiki, Paediatric, Pregnancy and Postnatal Massage.

Visit Kim Deering at her website and blog at where she shares ideas to be healthy, stay healthy and massage.

Sonia Linn has graduated from Hope College completing her 2 year, 2200 hour certification.

An active member of the MTAA and the NHPC, she has also completed two years of Anatomy Physiology and has a strong interest in rehabilitation.  She is certified in therapeutic massage, including:  infant, pregnancy, geriatric, trigger point, myofascial release and sports massage with experience in sports taping.

She is also certified in relaxation, hot stone and jade massage.

Jennifer Sisson graduated from Hope College completing her 2 year, 2200 hour diploma in massage therapy in May 2016. Her fascination in the human anatomy and desire to help improve peoples quality of life is what lead her to become an RMT. Depending on her clients needs, Jen uses a variety of techniques including Sweedish massage, deep tissue, trigger point, myofascial release and stretching. Jen has experience treating a multitude of conditions from acute/chronic pain, muscle strains/sprains to stress, heachaches and pregnancy. Jen is a firm believer in the positive effects massage has on overall health and wellness. She encourages everyone to make massage therapy a regular part of their health are regimen in order to give their body the opportunity to heal itself and work more effectively.

Landon Brown

Bio coming soon…