Darcy Friesen (BHK, CAT(c), R.Ac.), has a unique practice in the Capital Region. By combining over 15 years of post secondary education, Darcy is able to integrate several approaches into a single treatment session. Darcy is currently furthering his education by working towards a Diploma of Osteopathic Manual Practice, D.O. (M.P.), with the Canadian College of Osteopathy in Vancouver, British Columbia.

Hélène Loiselle (BSc Osteopathy from England), has taught in different Colleges of Osteopathy in Canada and abroad. Hélène is well versed in several different osteopathic approaches, which always aim at finding and treating structural and functional impediments causing pain and imbalance, to work with the body’s natural ability to heal itself. She achieves this by using a gentle, non-invasive manual approach which is well suited to all age groups, from young infants to the elderly.

Tammie Lubemsky (BSc.Kin, R.Ac.). The completion of her BSc in Kinesiology sparked her interest in the notion that one's physical health is significantly influenced by one's emotional and psychological well-being. She was drawn to Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine as a complementary and powerfully effective counterpart to Kinesiology in a physiological recovery and healing plan. Tammie is a graduate of MacEwan University’s Acupuncture program. She recently completed a one month internship in a Traditional Chinese Medicine hospital in Beijing, China where she gained a greater understanding and knowledge of the power of traditional Chinese modalities in combination with western treatments in optimizing patient healing.

Kimberly Lyle (B.Sc., R.Ac.) is a Registered Acupuncturist with the College and Association of Acupuncturists of Alberta. She completed the comprehensive Acupuncture program with distinction at MacEwan University after obtaining her bachelors degree in Nutrition and Food Science from the University of Alberta. Kimberly uses Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine in all aspects of health, with a specific interest in women’s health and sports medicine. In addition to her knowledge in these key areas, Kimberly is expanding her perspective to include Craniosacral Therapy to provide the best possible care for her clients.

Stephanie Weihmann-Korfman (D.O. U.K. - Diploma in Osteopathy, London, U.K.), has been in the Manual Therapy field since 1990. She has melded her training in the Dental, Massage, Rehabilitation and Osteopathic fields to offer a holistic approach to structural and functional imbalance. Particular areas of interest are: visceral therapy (working with digestive, circulatory, respiratory problems) as well as working with infant and childhood ailments.

Karen Zemanek (RMT, R.Ac.), has been a practicing registered massage therapist in Edmonton since 2003. Her style encompasses relaxation and therapeutic techniques tailored to meet each client’s individual needs. She incorporates a variety of therapies gained from her training in massage, CranioSacral therapy, reflexology, and yoga to support and improve her clients’ feeling of overall well being. Most recently, Karen completed her studies in Acupuncture at MacEwan University.