Jenine’s interest in health and wellness as well as her passion for helping others ultimately led to her pursuing a career in massage therapy. She is a graduate from the West Coast College of Massage Therapy from 2014.
With an interest in sports and wellness from a young age, massage therapy was a natural fit for Jenine. Through her life, she has had personal experience and witnessed the benefits of massage therapy in treating injuries and maintaining general health and wellbeing.
Jenine has had the opportunity to work with a wide variety of patients. From runners at the finish line of the Seek the Peak race on Grouse Mountain, elite athletes at the Canada 7’s Rugby tournament in March 2016, to desk workers and fitness enthusiasts everywhere between – Jenine thrives on the challenge that each client brings to her.
Jenine has a special interest in working with fascial tissue and its role in dysfunction. After completing ‘Anatomy Trains in Structure and Function’ in January 2016, Jenine has become aware of how much fascial tissue influences the body’s ability to move freely and how minor restriction in one area can alter movement elsewhere.
She believes that a healthy lifestyle is achieved on a daily basis through setting personal and professional goals. In her spare time, Jenine enjoys running, hiking, yoga, and traveling.
Professional, competent, and enthusiastic, Jenine looks forward to building her career and developing her skills with the team at City Sports and Physiotherapy Clinic.
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