At Wandler Chiropractic Clinic, we believe that Massage Therapy can help the body heal when coupled with Chiropractic Care.

Denise England

Denise England graduated from the Grant MacEwan Massage Therapy Program in 2005. She is a member in good standing with the Massage Therapists Association of Alberta (MTAA) and the Canadian Sport Massage Therapists Association (CSMTA), where she is a level II Certified candidate and had held the position of representative therapist for 3 years.

Denise has had the honour of being part of the polyclinic massage team at the 2010 Olympic Games in Whistler. She has administered sports massage at various events around Edmonton, including the Edmonton Marathon, ITU Triathalon, Great White North Half Ironman, St. Albert 10 Miler, and St. Albert Gymnastics Club meets. She has also been the massage therapist for the Morinville Wolves men’s basketball team for three years, the St. Albert Catholic High School Women’s team for two years and Concordia University for one year.

Jen Bates

Jen Bates graduated from MH Vicars School of Massage Therapy in 2019 and is a member of the National Health Practitioners of Canada (NHPC). She has attained her level I and II Craniosacral Therapy training with the Upledger Institute through 2021 and has trained in Myofascial Cupping from David Sheehan in 2019.

She is a very client-centered therapist, and works hard to tailor her treatments to each individual. Her goal in each treatment is to locate, then assist, in the resolution and healing of the causes of pain or disharmony in the body, rather than just alleviating the symptoms.

She loves to work in the clinic environment, where the collaborative focus and mindset allows for the clients to have their absolute best opportunity for vibrant health.

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