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About Us

The Recovery Zone

*Recovery Zone is open every Saturday only due to short staffing levels

Rest, Recover, Rejuvenate
Aromatherapy Steam Room
Cedar Sauna
Polar Plunge
Relaxation Lounge

Take the Plunge! 📉
Our Polar Plunge is one of the coolest things to do this holiday season.
$40 Drop-in, Towel included

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One Wellness is your one-stop-shop for health and wellness offering Massage Therapy, Physiotherapy, Personal Training, Exercise Physiology, Nutrition and Sports Medicine services.

Massage Therapy

Our registered massage therapists (RMT) have a minimum of 2200 hours experience, and use an integrative therapeutic approach to provide a massage that’s customized to your unique needs.

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Physiotherapy

At One Wellness Physiotherapy in Banff and Canmore, we don’t just treat the injury, we treat the whole person. Each of our clients receives a comprehensive physiotherapy evaluation and examination in a private one-on-one session.

We offer extended appointment times to ensure that all your concerns are recognized and incorporated into an individualized treatment plan that works for you and your lifestyle. We pride ourselves on working closely with your team of health care professionals, including coaches and trainers, to ensure the best management of your needs.

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Fitness

One Wellness specializes in the highest quality of personal training instruction. We combine traditional strength training with athletic movement and metabolic conditioning.

A trainer brings accountability, constant encouragement and a wealth of progressive knowledge to your workouts, helping you to maximize your efforts and help you achieve the results that you want!

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Patient Education

Welcome to the One Wellness Injury and Conditions Resource.

We look forward to working with you to reach your goals in health and well being.

This addition to our website is designed to provide you with educational information on injuries and conditions.

To explore our educational content, please follow the link below

Learn About Your Injury

Recovery Zone

Rest, Recover, Rejuvenate: Steam Room, Cedar Sauna, Polar Plunge, Relaxation Lounge

Rest
Our lives are busy. Enjoy a selection of organic teas and refreshments and finish your treatment by letting your body REST in our relaxation lounge.

Recover
Heat up your body in our Cedar Sauna or Aromatherapy Steam Room. Next, cool your body down in our Polar Plunge. Improve your recovery by booking a Massage to reduce tension, improve circulation, reduce stress and improve recovery of soft tissue injuries. Our highly registered RMTs will ensure your body is fully relaxed and that your muscles completely RECOVER.

Rejuvenate
Move between the Hot Sauna and Steam and Cold Polar Plunge as many times as you like. Exposing your body to the cold temperatures will reduce inflammation and relieve sore muscles. Cold therapy is also linked to improving sleep and improving your immune response. Finish with the Polar Plunge to invigorate your senses and REJUVENATE your body.

Polar Plunge

Drop in – $40
5 Drop-in Pass – $145
10 Drop-in Pass – $260
Monthly Membership – $159

Take the Plunge! 📉

Our Polar Plunge is one of the coolest things to do this holiday season. 😎

Cold Therapy has been proven to reduce inflammation and sore muscles. It has also been linked to improved central nervous system function, including better sleep patterns, and reaction time in sports.

Cold Therapy also aids immune response function by targeting the vagus nerve, which is linked with the parasympathetic nervous system, and training it can help you face stressful situations more adequately.

No pain, no gain! Come join us at One Wellness for a frigid awesome experience!

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Massage

Steam, Sauna and Massage Package

60 minutes – $145 |  60 minutes cupping – $155
90 minutes – $195 | 90 minutes cupping  – $205

Our registered massage therapists (RMT) have a minimum of 2200 hours experience, and use an integrative therapeutic approach to provide a massage that’s customized to your unique needs.

Therapeutic | Relaxation | Deep Tissue

Relaxation Massage

60 minutes – $105 |  90 minutes – $155

Our registered massage therapists (RMT) have a minimum of 2200 hours experience, and use an integrative therapeutic approach to provide a massage that’s customized to your unique needs.

Therapeutic | Relaxation | Aromatherapy 

Therapeutic / Sports Recovery Massage

60 minutes – $105 |  90 minutes – $155

Our registered massage therapists (RMT) have a minimum of 2200 hours experience, and use an integrative therapeutic approach to provide a massage that’s customized to your unique needs.

Therapeutic |Deep Tissue | Sports Recovery 

Reiki Treatment

30 minutes – $69 | 60 minutes – $105

Reiki is a hands-on or hands-off approach to balancing the subtle energies of the body, mind and spirit. A Reiki session facilitates letting go of tension, a sense of deep relaxation and peace, calms the mind, and helps create feelings of well being.

Prenatal Massage

60 minutes – $105 | 90 minutes – $155

At One Wellness, we specialize in Prenatal Massage, ensuring that the needs of expecting mothers are addressed. Our registered therapists understand that pregnant bodies require special handling and use prenatal cushions that are specifically designed for growing bellies.

Therapeutic | Relaxation | Aromatherapy

Cupping Massage

60 minutes – $115 | 90 minutes – $165

Looking for ways to reduce stress and feel rejuvenated? Cupping releases tension, increases circulation and stimulates the body’s own healing mechanisms.

Therapeutic | Relaxation | Deep Tissue | Aromatherapy

Physiotherapy

At One Wellness Physiotherapy in Banff and Canmore, we don’t just treat the injury, we treat the whole person. Each of our clients receives a comprehensive physiotherapy evaluation and examination in a private one-on-one session.

We offer extended appointment times to ensure that all your concerns are recognized and incorporated into an individualized treatment plan that works for you and your lifestyle. We pride ourselves on working closely with your team of health care professionals, including coaches and trainers, to ensure the best management of your needs.

Both the Banff and Canmore One Wellness Physiotherapy clinics are located within athletic facilities. With every physiotherapy session, our clients enjoy a complimentary same-day pass to the facilities.

One Wellness Physiotherapy provides an environment that allows all members of our community to achieve their individual goals including alleviating pain, regaining function, and returning to optimal sporting conditions. In addition to our technical expertise, we offer the support and encouragement needed to achieve great health. We understand that physiotherapy can be a lot of work, and we are here to provide the attention and treatments you deserve to allow you to achieve the results you desire.

Physiotherapy Treatment

Initial Assessment 45 minutes – $115
Follow Up 15 minutes – $55
Follow Up 30 minutes – $95
Follow Up 45 minutes – $115
Follow Up 60 minutes – $155
Telerehabilitation 15 minutes – $35
Telerehabilitation 30 minutes – $60

Physiotherapy Treatment Including Shockwave Therapy

15 minutes – $105
30 minutes – $150

What is different about Children’s Physiotherapy treatment?

Treatment for children with neurological or developmental conditions is aimed at maximizing potential and facilitating development, participation, and independence. This may be aimed at reaching specific milestones such as rolling, crawling and walking. Treatment is individualized, depending on the unique needs of each child and family, and may vary from hands-on treatment to advice, education, exercise prescription and consultation. Management is family-centered, with the goal of supporting and empowering both the child and their families at home, school and in the community, not just in the treatment room. Assessment and treatment with younger children are play-based in order to engage and motivate children and achieve results. Older children, adolescents, and caregivers are encouraged to participate in identifying goals and formulating an effective treatment plan that will work for their unique situation.

Children’s Physiotherapy, also known as, Pediatric physiotherapy, is the right option for your child if they are experiencing problems, pain or gross motor challenges related to growth and/or development.

Children's Physiotherapy Initial Assessment

60 minutes – $165

Children's Physiotherapy Follow Up Treatment

30 minutes – $105
45 minutes – $125

Fitness

One Wellness specializes in the highest quality of personal training instruction. We combine traditional strength training with athletic movement and metabolic conditioning.

NEW TO PERSONAL TRAINING? Book your free 15 minute consultation appointment here.

Personal Training

A trainer brings accountability, constant encouragement and a wealth of progressive knowledge to your workouts, helping you to maximize your efforts and help you achieve the results that you want!

 

Personal Training Session – 55 Minutes

Single session – $100

10 Sessions – $95/session
20 Sessions – $90/session

Semi-Private Personal Training

Training with your spouse, friends or loved ones is a great way to spend time together – not to mention fun! Personal Training in a Semi-Private environment (3-person max) ensures each person receives individual attention in an environment that will challenge your strength, stability and cardio.

 

Semi Private Personal Training Sessions – 55 minutes
2 on 1 – Single session – $65 per person
2 on 1 – 5 sessions – $50/session per person
2 on 1 – 10 sessions – $45/session per person
3 on 1 – Single session – $60 per person
3 on 1- 5 sessions – $45/session per person
3 on 1- 10 sessions – $40/session per person

Sports Medicine

Dr. Zuzana Triska is a family physician, and former physiotherapist, with a special interest in musculoskeletal medicine. She provides the following services.

  • MSK consultations (comprehensive biomechanical assessment and treatment recommendations)
  • Prolotherapy injections (dextrose, P2G, etc.)
  • PRP injections
  • Hyaluronic Acid injections
  • Trigger point injections
  • Steroid Injections

Dr. Triska was a sport physiotherapist for 10 years prior to attending medical school. As part of her physiotherapy training she completed a Clinical Masters in Manual and Manipulative Therapy in Perth, Australia (the highest standard of physiotherapy MSK training). She has worked closely with the interventional radiologists and MSK team at the Advanced Spinal Care Centre in Calgary, and has pursued extra training in bedside MSK Ultrasound. Most of her injections are US guided. She believes in comprehensive biomechanical assessment, active rehabilitation and working closely with her allied health colleagues. Dr. Triska is comfortable with and able to treat a variety of spinal, peripheral and TMJ conditions, and also performs nerve entrapment hydro-dissections (carpal tunnel, common peroneal, etc.). Consultations are covered by AHS, whereas some injection therapies require private pay (PRP, prolotherapy).

Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP)

Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) is blood plasma that has been enriched with platelets. These platelets have many different growth factors and cytokines which help to accelerate tissue healing and regeneration. Injections of PRP are often used to help trigger or enhance healing in tissues that have been injured, either abruptly or over-time (repetitive strain injuries), and have failed to heal on their own with adequate time and conservative treatment.

PRP injections can target ligaments, tendons, muscles as well as joints. There is good evidence that they are beneficial in speeding up recovery and improving pain and function in many conditions such as tennis elbow, knee osteoarthritis, rotator cuff injury, patellar tendon injury and plantar fasciitis. Research is ongoing, and clinical success has been demonstrated in treating a myriad of other soft tissue and joint conditions.

PRP is also being used effectively to treat certain types of hair loss and skin scarring, including acne scars.

PRP injections are similar to prolotherapy in some ways. The goal of both of these regenerative injections is to provide a healing stimulus to the injured tissue. PRP can do this in a more powerful way in some types of injuries. This means that fewer treatments are often needed, but the recovery period following treatment may involve a bit more discomfort and a need for rest.

The general process involves collecting the patient’s blood (just like a blood test), concentrating the blood platelets using a centrifuge and a special preparation kit and then injecting the concentrated sample back to the site of injury. The injection procedure is completed using ultrasound guidance to ensure delivery of PRP to the exact right locations.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is the procedure painful?

The injections do cause some discomfort. Most people will feel stiff for a 24-48 hours.

Discomfort can be managed with Tylenol and/or Robaxacet. ADVIL/IBUPROFEN/ MOTRIN, ASPRIN/ASA, and CELEBREX should not be used if possible, as they can interfere with the initial steps of the healing process.

How many treatments will I need?

While some patients may only require one treatment, others may require up to three.

Treatments are completed approximately 4-6 weeks apart. For optimal results, patients are encouraged to continue with physiotherapy over the course of their treatments.

Are there any risks?

Complications from injecting extremity joints are extremely rare. These include skin infections and allergic reactions.

While extremely rare, complications from injections into the upper spine can include entry into the spinal canal and the possibility of puncturing the lung. The use of ultrasound to guide each injection significantly reduces the risk of any complications.

Your Appointment

Your first appointment will be a consultation with Dr. Triska to determine if you are a good candidate for PRP treatment. She will provide an in-depth assessment including a thorough history, review of any previous treatments and imaging studies, as well as a detailed physical exam. Injections are not done during this visit, but if PRP is deemed to be the most appropriate treatment option you will be given specific instructions about the treatment and will be rebooked for an injection appointment. For your injection appointment plan to be in the clinic for 30-60 minutes.

Is there a the cost?

PRP is not covered by Alberta Health. However, some private insurance plans may cover the cost. Cost varies depending on the body site. Please inquire with the physician directly about the cost.

What should I wear?

You will need to disrobe sufficiently to expose the area requiring treatment. Please plan ahead.

Level of Activity following treatment

Your level of activity will be dependent on your pre-existing condition and the location and intensity of the treatment. As a general rule, you can expect a period of relative rest for 1-2 weeks, followed by a gradual increase in your activity level. Dr. Triska or your physiotherapist will help provide guidance. You will have several follow-up visits to ensure the process is going smoothly.

Prolotherapy

What is prolotherapy?

Prolotherapy, or proliferative therapy, is the injection of a solution (dextrose, saline, anaesthetic) to stimulate the growth of new cells to heal painful areas. Ligaments, joint capsules, tendons and muscle attachments can all be treated.

Ligaments are one of the primary targets. They surround all of our joints and have a large number of pain fibers, so if they are over-stretched or torn they cause pain. They can be injured by trauma (eg. ankle sprain, back sprain, whiplash) or become slack just from the passage of time with repetitive movements and postures. Common condition that respond well to prolotherapy treatment include arthritic joints (except severe arthritis), mechanical neck and back pain, SIJ dysfunction, TMJ dysfunction, mechanical shoulder pain, tennis elbow, and wrist and small joint laxity. This list is not exhaustive.

Who benefits from prolotherapy?

To determine probable benefit it is important that a trained clinician performs an assessment, as conservative therapies should be considered first.  The more information we have when you visit, the better judgment we can make about your treatment. In general, prolotherapy often benefits those who have recurrent mechanical pain in a joint, tendon or at the site of a muscle attachment. Good candidates often find that they get only temporary relief from conservative treatments such as joint manipulation, active release/massage therapy, or dry needling (IMS).

What is the injecton? 

The injections consist of a mixture of a local anaesthetic and Dextrose. The Dextrose solution acts as a mild irritant to the injected tissue. This stimulates mild inflammation, which in turn triggers a tissue healing cascade effect.

Are there any risks? 

The most common risks when puncturing skin with any kind of needle are infection and bleeding. These are very rare due to the small diameter of the needle used and diligent cleansing of the skin.

With spinal injections it is possible to enter the spinal canal, but this is very rare, as injections directly over the middle of the spine are no longer used. If this happens, it may result in an intense headache for 2 – 4 days when upright.  Laying flat alleviates the headache.

The other risk of consequence is the possibility of puncturing a lung, when injecting the upper part of your back. This is very rare, especially with the use of ultrasound guidance.

Allergic reactions are always a possibility with any new treatment, however, serious allergies to anaesthetic or dextrose ( a corn or sugar product) are thankfully very rare. If you think you may have an allergy to these substances, or know of a family member who had a serious allergic reaction to freezing or anaesthesia please let your doctor know.

Some people have expressed a concern about becoming too tight after the injections.  This is not possible.

Will it hurt? 

The injections are uncomfortable, but the local anaesthetic removes the pain quickly.  If you require many injections, splitting treatments into two separate sessions may be helpful.

Most patients are able to drive themselves to and from the treatment and are able to return to work afterwards.

Most people will feel stiff for a day or two afterwards. Changing position regularly, gentle activity, gentle stretching, and heat are all that is usually required. If you are too stiff a muscle relaxant such as Robaxacet or pain medication such as Tylenol can be used. Please do not use anti-inflammatory painkillers for at least 7 days after and 2 days prior to your injections (Advil, Ibuprofen, ASA, Celebrex etc). 

How many injections/sessions are needed?

Most men require three to six sessions. Women usually require six to nine sessions as they are inherently more flexible. Treatments are usually done 2 -3 weeks apart. You can expect to see improvement from the injections one to two months after the last injection. Each session usually consists of between 4-20 injections, depending on the body part(s) being treated.

What follow up treatments are needed? 

If you have access to a physiotherapist it is a good idea to see them 2-7 days after your injections. This is to check joint mobility and settle any muscle spasm. Physiotherapy is also important one to two months after the last injection when the ligaments are tightening to ensure your body is healing in an optimal position and that the muscle strength component hasn’t been forgotten about.

Is there a cost?

At present Alberta Health Care does not cover the cost of prolotherapy.  Please contact the office for the current fee schedule. The fee varies depending on the number and complexity of areas treated. The fee will cover the cost of the procedure and materials used.  Insurance plans vary, but as evidence and clinical success increases, more and more insurance companies will reimburse for the treatment. Payment must be made at each visit and we are unable to direct bill your insurance company or WCB. Please inquire with our staff or doctors about the current fee schedule.

Other Considerations

Stay as active as possible without aggravating your condition. Break up activities that bother you into shorter sessions e.g. clean one room at a time instead of doing the whole house at once. Walking every day is usually safe. For those who cannot tolerate walking, swimming or low impact activity such as cycling is a good way to stay active without irritating your symptoms.

Anti-inflammatory medications will block some of the benefits of prolotherapy, so avoiding them for 2 days prior and 7 days after treatment is essential (14 days is even better).  Tylenol, muscle relaxants and most other prescriptions for other health conditions can be continued. If you are unsure about using a medication, please ask your doctor.

Stress or other stimulants such as cold medications can cause muscle tightening. Try to avoid these or consider relaxation training for stress.

Appointments

Please have your referring health care provider (doctor or physiotherapist) send a referral to us for a Prolotherapy Assessment. If you do not have a doctor or therapist, you may request to book directly with Dr. Triska. Make sure you indicate that the purpose of your appointment is for a Prolotherapy Assessment.

The first appointment usually does not include injections, instead, time is spent reviewing your condition in-depth to determine if you would be a good candidate for prolotherapy, or if other types of treatment may be more appropriate. If you have had x-rays, MRIs or other imaging, please try to bring copies of these reports to your appointment. There is a fee for not attending your scheduled appointment, or cancellation with less than 24 hrs prior notice.    

What should I wear and bring with me? 

You should wear loose-fitting clothing that allows easy access to the affected area. This will also be more comfortable afterwards.  There is often some pinpoint bleeding after the injections which could stain your clothes, so please plan ahead.

For additional sources of information, see www.prolotherapy.com or speak directly with Dr. Triska.

Trigger Point Injections

What are trigger point injections?

Trigger point injections are small amounts of anaesthetic (freezing) injected into tight motor points (or “knots”) in your muscles, using a very thin needle.

How do they work?

The way they work is two-fold. The simple act of inserting a needle into a tight motor point causes the muscle to contract/twitch suddenly, which then triggers a reflexive muscle relaxation. The anaesthetic works to make sure that the muscle doesn’t tighten up again right away. Some patients get temporary relief of a few days to a few weeks, while others get long-lasting relief just from a few sessions. If relief is significant but only temporary this is usually an indication that a deeper problem is an ongoing trigger for the muscle tightness. The deeper problems might be due to ligament laxity, joint inflammation/arthritis, tendon injury or faulty biomechanics. Dr. Triska can assist with identifying the likley underlying reasons for ongoing pain and recommend other treatment options.

Who is a good candidate for trigger point injections?

It’s surprising how many people benefit from these injections. Pretty much any tight muscle in the body can be injected (with a few exceptions). Those who have pain from tight muscles and get temporary benefit from massage therapy, stretching or dry needling (IMS, certain types of acupuncture) but are looking for longer-lasting benefits are generally good candidates. Also, people who have pain from tight muscles, but cannot afford to pay for hands-on therapies like massage/physiotherapy may find trigger point injections helpful, as they are covered by AHS healthcare.

Happy Clients

I'm dealing with a knee injury and One Wellness has been my one-stop-shop for everything! The receptionists are really friendly. Hugh is a great physio, goes above and beyond for his patients. Regularly checks up on my progress. I also had a recovery/ sports massage with Megan and it definitely helped. Lastly, my sports doctor Dr. Reed is in the same building so that's really convenient.

Helena Kjartansdottir

All of the staff at One Wellness Physiotherapy are polite, professional and helpful. Corrine is quick at assessing my situation and helping me get back on track to better health. During the recent COVID-19 pandemic, One Wellness has instituted protocols that keep everyone's healthy and safety as a priority.

Sylvia Watson

Very happy with service. Relaxing and enjoyable. Staff knowledgeable and great.

Jeanette Friedenberger

Between my husband and I, we have seen every physiotherapist at One Wellness over the years since its inception. Each practitioner has been highly competent and a true healer. We are both so grateful to Hugh Simson for his amazing care and are equally grateful he has the gift of finding and keeping other stellar physiotherapists. An amazing team of good souls. Thank you all!

Kirsten F

Highly recommend One Wellness for physiotherapy and massage therapy services. I am continually impressed with the high quality of care that is provided.

Kendra Carter

Love the professional, personable and respectful staff! Always come away feeling rejuvenated, relaxed and polished - ready for the week ahead!

Sandra Lemmon

Meet Our Amazing Team

One Wellness is your one-stop-shop for health and wellness offering massage treatments, physiotherapy and fitness classes. Meet the team who helps make us a local favourite.

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Dr. Triska

Sports Medicine Doctor

Dr. Triska is a Family Physician, and former Physiotherapist, with a special interest in musculoskeletal medicine. She provides the following services: MSK consultations (comprehensive biomechanical assessment and treatment recommendations), Prolotherapy injections (dextrose, P2G, etc.), PRP injections, Hyaluronic Acid injections, Trigger point injections, and Steroid Injections.

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Megan

RMT

Education from Alberta Massage Training 2014. Specialized in Deep tissue, Relaxation, Therapeutic, Myofascial Cupping, Relaxation.

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Mackenzie

RMT

Graduate from McKay College of Massage + Hydrotherapy, Saskatoon SK (2014). Specialized in Relaxation, Therapeutic + Deep Tissue, Myofascial Cupping, Usui Reiki Level 2.

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Hugh

Physiotherapist

Masters in Physiotherapy degree from the University of Vermont and Bachelor of Science in Human Kinetics degree from the University of Guelph.

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Rebecca

Physiotherapist

Rebecca has over 16 years experience working as a pediatric physiotherapist and has a family-centered treatment approach. She has worked with children in child development center, children’s hospital, schools, homes, and community settings. She has also owned and managed her own pediatric therapy company.

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Corinne

Physiotherapist

Bachelor of Nursing degree from the University of Calgary in 1991. Bachelor of Health Science Degree in Physiotherapy from McMaster University in 1995.

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Jake

Kinesiologist & Exercise Physiologist

Bachelor of Science/ Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science and Rehabilitation.

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Jessica

RMT

Advanced (3000hr) Clinical Diploma awarded by MaKami College in Edmonton, AB. Specialized education in Relaxation, Therapeutic and Orthopedic Massage

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Charlie Clarry

Physiotherapist

Charlie completed his Masters degree in Physiotherapy in 2020 from Queen's University and holds a Bachelor's degree in Kinesiology from Acadia University. As an exercise enthusiast, he loves to stay active and strives to help you do the same. He believes in the power of therapeutic exercise combined with manual therapy for overcoming and preventing them from recurring.

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Megan

RMT

Education from Alberta Massage Training 2014. Specialized in Deep tissue, Relaxation, Therapeutic, Myofascial Cupping, Relaxation.

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Mackenzie

RMT

Graduate from McKay College of Massage + Hydrotherapy, Saskatoon SK (2014). Specialized in Relaxation, Therapeutic + Deep Tissue, Myofascial Cupping, Usui Reiki Level 2.

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Hugh

Physiotherapist

Masters in Physiotherapy degree from the University of Vermont and Bachelor of Science in Human Kinetics degree from the University of Guelph.

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Rebecca

Physiotherapist

Rebecca has over 16 years experience working as a pediatric physiotherapist and has a family-centered treatment approach. She has worked with children in child development center, children’s hospital, schools, homes, and community settings. She has also owned and managed her own pediatric therapy company.

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Corinne

Physiotherapist

Bachelor of Nursing degree from the University of Calgary in 1991. Bachelor of Health Science Degree in Physiotherapy from McMaster University in 1995.

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Jake

Kinesiologist & Exercise Physiologist

Bachelor of Science/ Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science and Rehabilitation.

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Jessica

RMT

Advanced (3000hr) Clinical Diploma awarded by MaKami College in Edmonton, AB. Specialized education in Relaxation, Therapeutic and Orthopedic Massage

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Charlie Clarry

Physiotherapist

Charlie completed his Masters degree in Physiotherapy in 2020 from Queen's University and holds a Bachelor's degree in Kinesiology from Acadia University. As an exercise enthusiast, he loves to stay active and strives to help you do the same. He believes in the power of therapeutic exercise combined with manual therapy for overcoming and preventing them from recurring.

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Core Training & Yoga with Christa Chasse at One Wellness

Evening class anyone? How does a core and yoga class followed by a steam, sauna, relaxation lounge sound? This uniquely blended class combines strength training and stretch for the whole body at any fitness level.

This session will give you body awareness on how to engage your core and will accommodate all fitness levels. No yoga experience required.

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We love our locals!

In appreciation for our local support, we are now offering a 60-minute massage for the low price of $99!

Want to take full advantage of our facility? Add access to our cedar sauna, aromatherapy steam room, relaxation lounge and locker rooms to your massage for only $20.

In addition to this special offer, all other spa services are 15% off.

This special is available to residents of the Bow Valley Monday – Friday.

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Phone

(403) 679-7179

Email

concierge@one-wellness.ca

Location

187 Kananaskis Way, Canmore, AB T1W 0A3

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