Meet our Team
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Bev Block, Spa Manager
Beverly has lived in the Bow Valley for 35 years. She is dedicated and passionate about providing a great client experience via the reception desk.
She has been recognized and awarded for providing outstanding customer service.
Kamila Borutova, Owner, RMT
- Registered Massage Therapist with NHPC, 14 years of experience
- Spider-tech Kinesio Practitioner & Certified Cupping Practitioner (Available at the Spa)
- Specializes in: Deep tissue (sport) massage, Graston Technique, Reflexology, Swedish massage, Hot Rock massage, Pre-natal massage, Myofascial Release therapy, Active Isolated Stretching
- USUI Reiki Master
After graduating with Masters Degree from the Palacky University in the Czech Republic, she has moved to Canmore in 1998 to enjoy the mountain life. When she was not climbing mountains or competing in cross-country races all over the world, she has been traveling as a massage therapist with the Biathlon National Team on a World Cup circuit and the Olympics 2006.
Kamila has also been working at Wildflower ever since it has been open. Mother of two boys, Kamila is now trying to find a balance between her family and running our busy Spa.
Angie Hodgson, RMT
- Registered Massage Therapist (NHPC)
- Specializes in Kinetic Swedish Massage and Myofascial Release
Angie Hodgson is Registered Massage Therapist and has been working for the past 5 years locally and abroad.
She brings a background in Kinetic Swedish Massage and further training in Myofascial Release. Being an advocate of holistic health; having a passion for movement, structural alignment and a fascination of the intrinsic workings of the human body has kept her inspired to continue to offer massage for better balance in ones life.
- Registered Massage Therapist (MTAA)
- Specializes in Therapeutic, Deep tissue/Sports massage, Myofascial Release, and Facilitated Stretching techniques.
Kirsteen has lived in the Bow Valley for 8 years. Her love of travel and adventure took her across the world before she settled in the beautiful mountains of Canmore making it her home.
Kirsteen has extensive experience in massage therapy. Her massage treatments use a combination of myofascial release, trigger point release, traditional Swedish techniques and facilitated stretching to “free the fascia”. Through her treatments she brings a sense of release to her clients by reducing pain and tension and increasing mobility and relaxation.
Kirsteen has experience treating sports related injuries, postural imbalances and chronic conditions.
No matter what her clients present with, her philosophy is that everyone should leave the table feeling good.
- Registered Massage Therapist
- Specializes in: Therapeutic and Sport massages, Deep-tissue and Myofascial technique, Muscle relaxation methods and Stretching, Core stability exercises.
Lydie (or more often Lili) originally studied physiotherapy and after graduating with a Bachelor degree she worked with high performance athletes in a sport clinic in Brno (Czech Republic) for three years. However,once she came to Canada and spent a couple of months in Canmore she and her partner decided to relocate to these beautiful mountains. They even brought their dog over the ocean so they can be together and fully enjoy life here!
Cheyenne Hennessey, RMT
- * Registered Massage Therapist (MTAA)
- * Physical Therapy Assistant
- * Certified Personal Trainer (Can-Fit Pro)
- * Certified Fascial Stretch Therapist
- * Certified Cupping Therapy
Cheyenne began her therapeutic career as a program assistant at the Bloorview Rehabilitation centre, working with children with Cerebral Palsy and Spina Bifida.
This inspired her to become a Physical Therapist but due to some unforeseen life events she wasn't able to finish the program. Despite this she was presented with the opportunity to work in a downtown Toronto Physiotherapy clinic where she practiced for 3 years.
In 2013 she realized the city just wasn't for her anymore so she packed up her things and her dog and moved to Canmore. Later that year she returned to school in Calgary to become an RMT.
Along with a physical therapy background she specializes in sports and therapeutic massage and has certifications in advanced orthopedic massage of the neck, shoulder and low spine, TMJ dysfunction, Myofascial Decompression as well as Osteopathic techniques for the pelvis.
In the winter she has had the opportunity to travel to Europe with the Canadian National Biathlon Team as their therapist during world cup competitions.
In her spare time she enjoys hiking, snowboarding, swimming, biking and spending time with her dog.
Tara Johnstone Harrison
Tara Johnstone Harrison
- Therapeutic, Sports and Pregnancy massage, Swedish Massage, Usui Reiki, Hot Stone, Aromatherapy
- Mat Pilates
Born and raised in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Tara's passion for helping others and interest in aromatherapy made the transition into Massage Therapy a natural choice. Having started her training at the Massage Therapy College of Manitoba, she transferred to complete her 2200 hour diploma at Foothills College of Massage Therapy in 1999. Her love of travel and meeting new people led her to Whistler, where she has worked with all types of clients, from the spa elite to athletes with injuries. Originally a therapeutic and sports massage therapist, Tara was introduced to spa life early on in her career. She loves getting her clients to try new things. Her belief and experience has shown her that sometimes relaxation is key to being your best. Whether you are a pro athlete, a super mom, or anything in between, you need to take time for you.
Tara specializes in Swedish Massage (Relaxation, Therapeutic, and Sport), Pregnancy massage, Aromatherapy, Hot Stone, Reiki. She also has training as a Pilates mat instructor. She moved to the Bow Valley in 2003, and now spends much of her time with her husband camping and exploring with their three young boys.
Kelly has lived in the Bow Valley for the last 5 years. She moved to Canmore from Ontario to live out her dream of being in the mountains.
She completed a degree in Kinesiology and pursued a career in the Physiotherapy field. After working as a Physiotherapy assistant for 4 years she made the decision to move out west.
Kelly got her 2200 hour Massage Therapy certification at the Alberta College of Massage Therapy and has been practicing in the valley ever since. She is currently registered with NHPC.
Kelly has extensive experience in rehabilitative care and injuries. Her massage style incorporates both therapeutic and relaxation massage.
She has also worked with many post surgery rehabilitation programs and is confident in working with chronic injuries and conditions.
Kelly specializes in soft tissue and myofacial release, joint mobilization, deep tissue, aromatherapy, Swedish technique, prenatal massage & trigger point therapy.
In her spare time she enjoys hiking, running, cross country skiing, snowboarding and all things outdoors!
- Swedish Massage Therapy (Relaxation, Regeneration and Sport)
- Traditional Thai Massage Practitioner
- Abhyanga Ayurveda Oil Massage Therapy
- USUI Reiki Master
Before pursuing a career in holistic bodywork, Petra spent almost a decade working in the corporate and finance world in Prague, Czech Republic. This challenging environment made her seek a more peaceful career, where her natural desire to support humans on their path to well being could be fulfilled.
From her own experience, she understands the huge impact that suppressed stress and an environment where we have to perform non-stop at 100% capacity can have on the whole body and its systems. The chronic overuse of our capacity on any level is one of the most influential factors causing health issues and sometimes even injuries. Therefore Petra’s highest interest is to help people to release tension, regenerate their bodies, restore vitality and mental capacity.
Petra is certified in Swedish Massage, Thai Massage, Abhyanga (Ayurveda) Massage, Indian Head Massage, Lomi Lomi and Reiki. She is currently studying Reflexology, Shiatsu, and applied Trigger Point Therapy for Thai Massage.
When Petra isn’t studying, or seeking deeper spiritual development through the traditions of the First Nations, she enjoys hiking, cross country skiing, and paddleboarding in the Bow Valley.
- Specializes in: Swedish massage, Therapeutic massage, Aromatherapy, Deep tissue, Hot Stone therapy, Joint Mobilization, Trigger point therapy & Cupping. She has plans on furthering her education to include reflexology and Rapid - neurofascial release technique.
In 2013 Debbie experienced a neuro-muscular condition which, for the next three years, would lead her down a path of seeing countless physiotherapists, massage therapists, acupuncuturist & neurological specialists. During these three years she learned allot about the muscle systems in the human body, how massage heals and decided she wanted to learn more to help others in pain.
She made a decision to change careers and enrolled in Massage Therapy School in Calgary acquiring her 3300 hour RMT Diploma.
Debbie uses Swedish massage to warm the tissues to allow for deeper work while obtaining information from the clients soft tissue allowing her use the Clients history along with what story the body is telling provide a massage specifically tailored to the client to relieve their muscle tension, aches and pains. She can provide self care programs to help extend the benefits of the Massage
Born and raised in BC, having a love for the mountains, she spent many hours on her days off coming out to the mountains from Calgary, mountain biking , kayaking and hiking. She eventually made the decision to make the move and call the beautiful Bow Valley Home. When not working , you can find her outside enjoying one of the many activities she loves to do.
- Relaxation and deep tissue massage
- Hot Stone massage
- Reiki Master
- Chakra Balancing
- Meridian TCM massage
Katelynn has been a registered massage therapist since 2010. She entered this career to help hold space for people on their self-care journey and improve quality of life. She’s worked in orthopaedic clinical rehabilitation to Canada’s top spas.
Since every body is unique, Katelynn likes to provide a mixture of therapeutic to relaxation techniques so you walk away feeling a sense of release and relaxation. Her biggest fulfillment of the job is being able to help people reconnect with their bodies and be witness to their healing journey.
Registered Massage Therapist (NHPC).
Catherine was born and raised in Quebec before moving to Canmore in 2005. She came equipped with a bachelor’s degree in Education but soon realized that wasn’t the path for her. After taking time off from work to raise two young children, she followed her true nature into the healing arts and received recognition of completing the 2200 hour massage program at the Professional Institute of Massage Therapy in Calgary.
Her love for health, nutrition, physical movement and above all, human connection has led her down this path of never ending learning and growth.
Her area of expertise is Swedish and Relaxation Massage, Deep Tissue Technique, Trigger Point Therapy and Myofacial Release. She believes in massage therapy treatment to be preventative, with a strong desire of helping clients to relieve stress, anxiety, fight chronic pain and reduce inflammation. Her work integrates effective manual skills that target the soft tissues while focusing on the nervous system.
Catherine finds great reward in assisting clients to meet their goals for each treatment, incorporating techniques to to help promote deep relaxation and overall well-being.
When Catherine is not working you will find her enjoying the outdoors with her family and friends. She loves dancing, cooking, live music, mountain biking, camping, paddle boarding and snowboarding.
- Swedish Massage
- Deep Tissue and Relaxation
- Cupping Massage
- Hot Stone Massage
Chris became a Massage Therapist in 2008, after experiencing the benefits of the practice first hand. He saw it as a rewarding opportunity to help others and continues to learn and grow in his practice.
Relocating to the Bow Valley after graduating Massage School in Ontario, Chris has been able to combine his passion for helping people, with his love for the outdoors and adventure. When he is not massaging he is out enjoying all of the activities that the mountains have to offer.
- - Specializes in Swedish massage, deep tissue/relaxation, myofascial release and cupping massage. (Association: NHPC)
Ryan came to Canmore in 1995 as a baby with his family of artists due to a calling from the mountains. Always having an affinity for helping others he practiced massage at a young age, however he chose to pursue a career in music until receiving a massage in Thailand in January 2020.
Feeling the first hand benefits of the treatment, it channeled his desire to heal people.
He used his time when the world shut down to pursue becoming an RMT and graduated honours with distinction in both years from ACMT in Calgary in January 2022.
- Registered Massage Therapist (NHPC)
- Specializes in Swedish Massage Techniques, Myofascial Release, Deep Tissue Massage, Prenatal Massage and Facilitated Stretching Techniques.
Aneta is a Slovak girl who came to Canada in January 2022 after she graduated with a Bachelor's degree in physiotherapy. She studied at the Faculty of Physical Culture at the Palacky University in the Czech republic. During her studies, she has also been awarded vocational qualification in Sports Massage. She decided to become a massage therapist in Canmore as she always wanted to move to Canada and work in her field. She recently passed her exams in Edmonton and became a registered massage therapist.
When she's not working, she likes exploring the beauties of Canada, hiking and skiing. She loves dancing ever since she was little. At the same time, she adores peaceful moments with a good book and a cup of coffee.
Lexi Moore moved from the beautiful ocean around Vancouver Island to the beautiful mountains of Canmore in 2022. She graduated from the 3000 hour Massage Therapy program at WCCMT in Victoria, BC in 2012. She has been a Registered Massage Therapist ever since and currently has registration in both BC and AB.
Drawing from her training and backgrounds in Swedish Massage, Deep Tissue, Triggerpoints, Myofascial Release, Craniosacral Therapy, Yoga Therapy and Energy Healing, she listens to you and accommodates your treatment goals. She has experience working with many diverse issues, and likes treating each one in its own fascinating expression within you. Whether you have an injury, a chronic condition, postural imbalances, headaches, scars, pregnancy, TMJ disorder, stress and tension, or more, she would love to help you find harmony in your body and your entire interconnected Being.
- RAC certified foot reflexologist since 2000
- AFLCA certified group fitness instructor since 1996
- Reiki Level 1
- Red Seal German Pastry Chef
Originally from Germany I came to Canada as a Pastry Chef, always enjoying a good piece of pastries or self made truffles. What’s wrong with a bit of chocolate in our lives …..?
And I always had a deep seeded passion for alternative healing methods and exercise.
And so I followed my dreams and became a fitness instructor and a foot reflexologist, modalities that I have full confidence in.
Foot reflexology is a natural healing art. The placement of pressure on the nerve endings also known as reflexes promotes a blissful state of relaxation as well as simulates the body's own natural healing function. Foot reflexology helps relieve tension and improves circulation throughout the entire body. Reflexes correspond to every body organ, gland and body part
This is indeed a “royal” treatment for you, your body and your feet. Try it and you won’t be disappointed.
- Certified USUI Reiki Master
- Traditional Thai Yoga Massage Practitioner
- BA in Dance, Certified Yoga and Pilates Instructor
- AFLCA Group Fitness Leadership, AGF Certified Trampoline & Tumbling
- Certified Shamanic Trance Posture Facilitator
- Member of NHPC
Danielle was raised in the NWT, and has lived in the Bow Valley for nearly two decades. While dancing professionally, she received her first traditional thai massage in 2001, and knew immediately that learning this fine art was going to be a part of her journey. Her passion lies in working with movement, energy and energy fields to balance the nervous system and help restore full spectrum health.
She loves working with oils, herbal medicines, and creating blends, ways which she has learned through her Indigenous family. Danielle works as a professional Intuitive Consultant, and writes for various spiritual publications. She is the founder/director of a local food recovery project.
A forever learner, she continues to build her skills in body work and various healing methods and modalities. She loves to hike, swim, dance, make 'slow food', stretch, partake in ceremony and spend plenty of quality time with her family.
- Licenced Aesthetician for over 20.
- CIDESCO Diploma graduate
Originally from Manitoba, raised in Ontario Sheila and her daughter came to the Bow Valley in 2005 where she first worked at Satori Day Spa. Attending Pebec School of Esthetics in Ontario she graduated the advanced Esthetics and Electrolysis program with honours. After completing a 600 hour post graduate exam and practicum Sheila received the CIDESCO International diploma of Aesthetics and Cosmetology.
Throughout the years Sheila has worked at Wildflower casually relieving for fellow esthetician’s while away on vacations, maternity and sick leave. Later accepting a permanent position in early 2015 Sheila worked at Wildflower for almost 2 years. Having to leave while her daughter finished school in the Crowsnest Pass where they still reside, she has with great pleasure returned to Wildflower.
While on days off and living in the Crowsnest Pass Sheila enjoys swimming, running, camping, spending time outdoors with the kids and accompanying her partner on his hunting trips in the B.C. bush.
Receptionist & Holistic Nutritionist
Receptionist & Holistic Nutritionist
Stacey comes to us from Ontario after embarking on a solo journey across the country last summer. She fell in love with the Rockies and now calls Canmore home.
Stacey’s interest in Holistic Nutrition first started when she had her own personal digestive and mental health ailments and wanted to take on a more natural approach to her healing. In efforts to pursue further understanding, she enrolled herself into the Canadian School of Natural Nutrition. After completing her studies she was able to resolve these issues and became passionate about supporting others along their holistic healing journey as well.
Stacey specializes in the gut-brain connection by helping clients understand the relationship between their food choices and their physical, mental, emotional and spiritual well-being.
Stacey’s mission is to empower women to take control of their health by teaching them how to use a holistic approach to nourish every aspect of their being - body, mind and soul. Every body is individually and biochemically different and Stacey looks at the whole picture by reviewing current and past health history and creating customized plans, supporting each unique individual to achieve their specific goals. This functional approach focuses on implementing holistic modalities such as meditation, yoga, lifestyle modifications, self-care methods, cooking from scratch and supplementation to name a few.
Working with a Holistic Nutritionist gives you the opportunity to go from surviving to thriving. It’s about proper nourishment, finding balance and creating a healthy sustainable lifestyle so that you can feel more energized, vibrant and happier. Stacey provides you with the tools you need to go from sluggish, tired and irritable to thriving and being able to maintain optimal health.
When Stacey is not working you will find her outdoors exploring and hiking the mountains. She enjoys stand up paddle boarding and camping in the summer months, practicing yoga and kickboxing, and spending time with friends.
You can contact her at 226-231-5312 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org to book. Stacey provides in person and virtual sessions online via zoom.
She looks forward to supporting you and guiding you to reach your holistic health and wellness goals.
- Usui & Karuna Reiki Master Teacher since 2004
- Professional Web & Graphic Designer, WordPress specialist
- Portrait Photographer
- Video production
Norja Vanderelst has been practicing Reiki since 2002, and is a Usui & Karuna Reiki Master Teacher since 2004. After experiencing the benefits of Reiki first-hand, she is committed to helping others improve their health and lifestyle. Reiki gives a feeling of peace within, enhances sleep, speeds up the healing of injuries and works overall on a mental, emotional, spiritual and physical level.
Colour Infusion is her main business, and she enjoys creating videos for small business to get their message out there!
Norja has moved to the Crowsnest Pass.You can find her out walking her dog Penny, making bon fires in her backyard. Often on location with her photography equipment capturing the beauty nature has to offer.