Kenny H. Y. Lau is a Traditional Chinese Acupuncturist. He is registered through the College and Association of Acupuncturists of Alberta.
He chose this career because of his past experience of serious illness that was healed by Traditional Chinese Medicine Theory. Kenny feels that acupuncture is a way of treating the root of the problem rather than just releasing the symptoms. He feels that given the proper tools, the body has the ability to heal itself, thus reducing the need for medication. He is compassionate in what he does and he has a strong belief that acupuncture is a safe and effective way of managing your health.
Kenny has been working in Traditional Chinese Medicine for 10 years. His goal is to help the patient into a health and well being life by using the long history of Chinese medicine philosophy.
Veronica Manalac is a 3000 hours Massage Therapy graduate in one of the schools of massage here in Alberta, Canada. She has been in massage industry for 9 years. She loves learning and very passionate in helping her clients for years. She is into Orthopaedic, Sports, Lymphatic and Prenatal Massage. She is also trained in Shockwave Therapy, Reflexology, Champissage/Head Massage, Kenesiotaping and diploma in Acupuncture.
Veronica have a motherly energy that with her presence you will feel her passionate heart that is so comforting.
Olga Sibaja is from Costa Rica. She studied Massage Therapy for two years at Makami College and have four years of experience in Deep-Tissue, Hot Stones, Sports, and Swedish massage. She likes doing Massage Therapy due to its benefits in helping clients to recover from musculoskeletal injuries. According to Olga, “Massage reduces fatigue, improves blood circulation, increases joint flexibility, reduces spasms and cramping, relieves migraine headache, and many more. For this reason I enjoy working as a Massage therapist to help people obtain a better quality of life.”
Mae Latigo has 3000 hours of massage therapy training and fully certified in every modality of massage that she practices including: Swedish, Deep Tissue, Trigger Point, Sports Massage, Orthopaedic, Neuromascular, Cyriax’s Friction, Prenatal, Hot Stone, Body Scrub, Mud Wrap and Basic Thai Massage and Reflexology technique. She has 3 years of experience in supervising school massage clinic, field trips and teaching assistance at Makami College. While working full time as Teaching Assistant she also practices massge in various massage clinics including Physio clinic. Her teaching background helps her to educate her clients as to how massage therapy can help them. According to Mae “Helping client to relaxed and minimize pain is the most rewarding part of being a Massage Therapist”. She loves to spend her spare time in sauna & swimming to regain strength and loves walking and gardening. She is a member of Remedial Massage Therapy Association of Alberta.