Danny Enikan RMT
I completed my 2 year, 2200 hour Massage Therapy diploma program at Mount Royal University in 2014. I am fully trained and experienced in treating repetitive strain injuries, motor vehicle accident injuries and in providing deep tissue relaxation and therapeutic massage. I have a firm belief that massage should be deep enough where you feel you are getting a treatment, but not deep to the point where you feel you are being punished. Massage does not have to be painful to be effective. I have a passion for muscular skeletal disorders with neurological symptoms, specifically nerve compression (tingling, numbness, heaviness, sharp, dull and achy pain).
I worked at Momentum Health in West Springs from graduation to mid 2018 before deciding to open and start Sacral Health with my wife and partner Jaime Walsh, who is also an RMT. I am a registered member with Natural Health Practitioners of Canada (NHPC) and am dedicated to continuing education courses in order to stay up to date and add to my clinical skills.
RMT, Doula and Prenatal Educator
My goal in life is to change the world, one massage at a time. I’ve been practicing as an RMT since 2013. I graduated from Mount Royal University’s 2 year, 2200 hour Massage Therapy program. am very confident in my abilities as a Massage Therapist and I believe that my enthusiasm shines through in every massage.
I am also a Birth Attendant with a VERY strong belief that birthing people should have FULL AUTONOMY over their bodies and be given informed consent on their birth choices. I believes that birth is a totally normal and physiological aspect of life. I have supported family’s in many different birth environments and two years ago made the decision to support family’s who free birth. Thus truly empowering family’s in their autonomous right to birth on their terms.
I graduated from Foothills College of Massage Therapy in 2002 . During my first few years as a massage therapist, I worked at a few different spas and clinics, including the Stillwater Spa, Angles and Oceanus Massage Therapy. In 2005, I established my own mobile massage therapy company, Urban Therapeutics Mobile. I specialized in pre & post-natal massage and, as my families grew, my practice grew to include infant and child massage. I also felt especially called to migraine treatment, deep tissue and postural/overuse treatment. In 2010 I took a few years off to raise my family and as my own children grew and became more independent, I realized how much I missed healing work. I am currently studying for my 3000 Hour diploma through Makami College. I am trained in Myofascial Release, Cupping, Hot Stone Massage and Trigger Point Therapy.
Growing up I was always compassionate and knew I wanted to make people’s lives better, whether it be as small as a smile to a stranger or as satisfying as giving a great massage. I truly believe positivity is contagious and can be powerful. I graduated from Mount Royal Universities 2200-hour program last June and have been working in the business for almost a year now. As much as I’ve grown and learned over the past year I know I have yet to touch the surface in this amazing profession and will continue to evolve and improve my approach. I believe in promoting a mind body connection and listening to the needs and wants of each client as the unique individual they are. In order to create personalized effective treatments and home care to increase the effects of massage and their overall well-being. I am trained in myofascial cupping, deep tissue, trigger point therapy and currently working on my hot stone certification. I am also 420 friendly, last June I completed my certification in cannabis guidelines for massage therapy and since October I have been working part time for a government dispensary. If anyone is interested and has any questions regarding cannabis or cannabis & massage please don’t hesitate.
Kathy discovered the benefits of Yoga over 15 years ago while searching for relief from chronic back pain. What she found was that yoga is much more than just the physical poses – it provides a sense of wholeness and peace: blending mind, body, and spirit, she believes it has been consistent yoga practice that has helped her through the challenging periods in her life and helps to manage anxiety. Kathy completed her 200-hour training in Beautiful British Columbia in 2011, and ran a successful yoga studio for several years before recently moving with her family to Haysboro in Calgary. Kathy enjoys the challenge of adapting her classes to meet the needs of her students, focusing on helping students improve in the areas of strength, flexibility, and most importantly, reduction of day to day stress, She also has an extensive background in health and wellness , and holds a bachelors degree in nursing. Her hope is that through yoga practice you will be guided into a positive transformation of all parts of your being, because we don’t just practice on the mat, we also take yoga into our lives. It is very important to her to teach her students practical skills that will benefit their everyday lives. �ANYONE can do Yoga