{Massage Therapy}

Anita Lihaven, RMT
Mae Meyer, RMT

403.277.2330
 
NaturallyBalancedTherapy@shaw.ca
{Fee Schedule}

30 minutes $50
45 minutes $70
60 minutes $85
90 minutes $120
{For Your Friends & Family}

Gift Certificates Available

Anita Lihaven, RMT

Anita is an Honours graduate from M.H. Vicars School of Massage Therapy and a member of the Massage Therapy Association of Alberta. She uses a variation of Swedish and therapeutic techniques to adapt each treatment to her client's specific needs. Whether it be a chronic or acute injury, TMJ (jaw) dysfunction, pre-natal, edema, whiplash, tension headache, postural imbalance, carpal tunnel syndrome, systemic condition, or simply relaxation, Anita will meet each client's needs with compassion, consistency, professionalism, and knowledge.

"The fact that something as simple as touch carries within the potential to bring health has always intrigued me. It is seeminly too small and too insignificant to make a difference and yet it's benefits are undeniably profound. I believe that every person holds value and every part of the body holds significance" -Anita Lihaven

Mae Meyer, RMT

Mae is the newest addition to our Naturally Balanced team. She is a recent graduate from MH Vicars 2200hr Massage Therapy Program and is looking forward to working with new clients. Mae uses a wide range of techniques including Swedish massage, Deep Tissue, Lymphatic Drainage, Trigger Point Therapy, Myofascial Release, Sports massage and Active Inhibition stretching. She has experience working with many different conditions and injuries, and especially loves working with prenatal clients, children and senior citizens. Her goal is to always be completely present for every client and accommodate therapeutic goals with customized treatment plans. She uses an intuitive approach to assist the body's natural healing processes and is dedicated to continually learning new evidence-based techniques to help relieve pain and bring balance to muscles and joints. Mae is a member of the Massage Therapy Association of Alberta.