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Our blog connects our clients with our health and wellness practitioners, by providing informative and practical insights from our own personal health journeys. Welcome to our community of healers!

Jocelynn Chapman-Heintz

Jocelynn has always had a personal interest in health and wellness. She graduated from Alberta College of Massage Therapy in 2012 and has been practicing for 9+ years. Her easy-going nature makes clients feel at ease so they can relax into their treatment. Jocelynn has additional training in hot stone massage, Raindrop therapy massage, and cupping therapy. As a group fitness instructor and personal trainer, Jocelynn has a good understanding of muscles and how to manipulate them effectively. She believes that quality of life and overall well-being is of the utmost importance. You should leave feeling better after your massage!

Shantelle Wolanuk

  Shantelle is a confident, ethical, passionate and empathetic registered massage therapist who recently graduated from Vicars School of Massage Therapy. She strives on building a unique and individual treatment for each client she treats, using either therapeutic and/or relaxation techniques suited to their needs and goals. Shantelle is excited to continue her education, with such courses as Thai massage, cupping, and more continuing education on fascia (connective tissue). Knowledge is key! When she isn’t massaging, you can find her somewhere outdoors, whether it be fishing, camping or just sitting around the fire. She also loves preparing meals for her

Ashtyn Kaban

Ashtyn grew up with a love of the wild and taking care of people. Raised backpacking, rollerblading, skiing, and many other activities and sports, she was very active and learned a lot about the body through experience. Her mother was the person to suggest taking a massage course in 2007, and almost 16 years later, massage is still a passion of hers. She completed her first year at Alberta Massage Training and for her second year, she attended the Academy of Reflexology and Massage, completing her 2200-hour massage diploma. Since then, she has taken courses in esthetics, myofascial rolling, additional

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Marni Way

Owner/operator of Muscle Elements, Marni has has been a Registered Massage Therapist for over 19 years. After graduating from the Foothills College of Massage Therapy in Calgary, Alberta, she obtained employment with a prestigious spa located on the West Coast of Vancouver Island. After a few years of valuable experience working with talented therapists and challenged by seeing new clients daily, she headed back to Edmonton. Her passion lies in craniosacral therapy (CST), having trained with the Upledger Institute in several courses. After the death of her mother, she was determined to create a healing sanctuary, where mind and body