Natasha Smith RMT, Owner
BA Kin, RMT, MFC, NCCP
My education concerning the mechanics and progression of the human body began as I learned to teach fitness in 1995. I was certified by the Manitoba Fitness Council in the areas of resistance training, with certifications in group fitness, aquatic fitness, and older adults to follow. This led to the completion of my degree in Kinesiology and Applied Health in 2006, where I graduated as a student of highest distinction .(Kinesiology concerns the science of human movement). I was awarded Manitoba’s Fitness Leader of the Year this same year. During this time, I also received my coaching certification in triathlon and cycling.
My University training included a variety of training in the athletic therapy field, which sparked my appetite for more learning. I decided to pursue training as a massage therapist from Wellington College of Remedial Massage, where I received intensive instruction from an osteopathic perspective. I graduated first with my basic massage therapy certification in 2010, and then again when I became a registered massage therapist, graduating with great distinction.
From 2006 until present, my community and training led me to focus more and more on restorative fitness training. I was living in a retirement community, and a large portion of the work I was doing has been to help clients to regain functional abilities. This includes recovery from acute and long term injury, as well as developing skills to maintain the ability to live independently.
My therapeutic training allows me to aid my clients by relieving muscle spasm, reestablishing normal joint motion, as well as helping clients to restore healthy muscle and connective tissue function.
I only take women as clients.
Jessica Unger, RMT
Jessica graduated in 2017 from the Massage Therapy College of Manitoba. She is a compassionate, friendly, client-focused therapist who accepts both men and women as clients.