As of this post, I’m expecting to receive my business license from the town of Rocky Mountain House around May 10, 2021. Fingers crossed, all goes well and I’ll be open for business next week!
I’ve been massaging for more than a decade and helping people with their health is very rewarding. I plan on continuing massaging for at least another decade, probably longer. As with all registered massage therapists, I do continuing education on an ongoing basis. After many years at it, I have a lot of different types of massage I use and many approaches depending on what a person needs. While I can certainly do relaxing massages (make sure you tell me if this is what you want), the vast majority of my career has been spent working with health issues, pain management and injury recovery. I’ve worked with every age range from children to seniors and most professions.
I’m extremely happy and excited to have moved back to rural Alberta and be out of the city. The last few weeks here have been great and I’m really enjoying the mountain views, the welcoming people and the slower pace of life. I’ve been coming to Rocky for decades to camp with my family, to visit friends here and go off road motorcycling. I have always loved the area and am glad to call it home finally.
On a more personal note, my husband and I are avid motorcyclists (on and off road), we both are licensed ham radio operators and I also enjoy gardening, snowboarding, cooking, photography and other artistic endeavors.