Registered Massage Therapists

SCARLET WELLING-YIANNAKOULIAS

Registered Massage Therapist

Scarlet’s technique is slow, rhythmic, and gradual as she thoroughly treats areas of pain and discomfort. A central goal in Scarlet’s sessions is to decrease the pain experience by calming the nervous system. Therefore, though she uses deep tissue, active release, kinetic massage, PNF stretching, and trigger point release techniques when appropriate, the overall experience is intended to be deeply relaxing.

Scarlet is a forever learner with a deep interest in understanding pain intervention and body work from all perspectives. Scarlet received thorough training in anatomy, physiology, assessment, and treatment at MH Vicars School of Massage Therapy where she graduated with honours in 2017. Since then, she has received further training in yoga and body rolling as home-care; kinetic massage of the shoulder; orthopedic assessment.; pain science and the biopsychosocial model; and trauma-informed bodywork.

Scarlet’s treatment room is a safe, kind, judgement-free space. She works with people of all ages and stages, including pregnancy.

Direct billing offered.

Please note: Scarlet’s office is up a flight of stairs.

Tenille Tellman

Registered Massage Therapist

Tenille’s massage treatments are therapeutic in nature – blending deep tissue, myofascial release, muscle energy and relaxation techniques for a comprehensive approach. As a student at the Canadian School of Osteopathy, her treatments can include more advanced structural assessment plus craniosacral, fluid and visceral techniques, if preferred.

Tenille has a special interest in working with people experiencing chronic and complex pain, systemic and autoimmune conditions, as well as expectant mothers, TMJ dysfunction, whiplash, post-surgical rehabilitation, scars and more.

Tenille graduated from the West Coast College of Massage Therapy’s 3,000 hour program in 2012 and successfully completed BC board licensing exams shortly after. She has practiced in a variety of settings – including work as a massage therapy educator – before settling in Edmonton.

A lifelong learner, Tenille is currently a student with the Canadian School of Osteopathy (CSO) in Vancouver, BC. She is also committed to ongoing self work, striving to be a safe and welcoming practitioner for all bodies, ages and stages of life.

She is a 500 hour Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT 500 – therapeutic), an E-RYT 200 (experienced instructor) and a certified Continuing Education Provider with the Yoga Alliance (YACEP). She teaches a number of fitness and dance classes, including a popular self-massage and stretch class.

Tenille is booking for October 1st onwards. Direct billing offered.

Please note: Tenille’s office is up a flight of stairs.

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