Bridges to Wellness

Therapists

Amber Bridges

Amber has been a registered massage therapist for 25 years. She took her massage therapy training in Saskatoon, SK. As a teenager, she experienced pain and injuries which resulted in her seeing a massage therapist. After seeing the positive results of the treatments, Amber was inspired to pursue her own career in massage therapy to help others with pain and recovery. 

Amber loves learning new techniques and makes continuous education a major part of her practice. She has taken courses in, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) techniques, pre/post cancer techniques, extensive whiplash and upper extremity musculature disorders and nerve mobilization.

Her newest passion is studying to be a Doctor of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture at the Canadian Institute of Traditional Chinese Medicine & WE Integrated Massage School. If you would like to learn more or book an appointment with her at the school, visit www.citcm.com.  She is a massage practitioner in good standing with Natural Health Practitioners of Canada (NHPC).

If you have any questions or feedback, contact Amber at 403-660-4890.

Kim Laurent

I recently came in Alberta after 10 years in South East Asia, to start studying massage and acupuncture. My goal is to provide holistic treatments to patients in their journey toward a pain free and healthy life.

I am currently finishing the remainder of my 2200 hour program at the Canadian Institute of Traditional Chinese Medicine in the WE integrated Massage Program.  I am also a following their Traditional Chinese Medicine Studies as I would love to blend western and eastern technics to care for my patients. Thanks to the WE integrated curriculum and TCM education I could gather knowledge and practice in orthopedic assessment and treatment, gua-sha, cupping, reflexology, etc. to be able to develop a custom treatment plan to assist you in your injuries and every day lifestyle. I am a massage practitioner in good standing with Natural Health Practitioners of Canada (NHPC).

If you have any questions or feedback, contact Kim at 587-890-2855.