No man or woman of the humblest sort can really be strong, gentle and good, without the world being better for it, without somebody being helped and comforted by the very existence of that goodness.

— Phillips Brooks (1835-1893) American Bishop

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Michelle has practiced and studied wellness for over twenty years. She once owned and operated a five treatment room clinic employing twelve therapists. During those years she mentored high school students in career internship programs from four different schools.She has taught anatomy and physiology and small business basics within the program. She was nominated for the Woman’s Business of the Year  Awards in  the innovator category due to the uniqueness of her clinic.

My fascination to teach and inspire others to understand their options fills me.

She recently joined Gateway healing arts in Lumby.   http://gatewayhealingarts.vpweb.ca/default.html

Her formal training is of the osteopathic model fussed with remedial massage therapy along with cranial sacral therapy. Some of her training was with the

Dr. Greenman’s manual  and Swedish massage . As her career grew in Manitoba she adopted complimentary trade tools to her practice which includes,herbology,aromatherapy, teachings from mind body spirit concepts and  Mayan  healing principles.

A graduate of the Wellington College of Remedial Massage now lives in British Columbia.  Over the last 10 years she has studied the subtler energies and now works with many tools of knowledge in all her sessions.

“Fishing and hiking are some of my passions along with painting and gardening.I spend time in nature collecting natural foods and wild herbs, many of which I use in my diet.”

My love for the Earth and all it’s wonders can be found in my art and photography. I term it, eco art… these power pieces are in the forms of jewelry,  wands, wind chimes, candles, window charms and mirrors. As a “Rock Hound” from my earliest memories I found myself collecting all kinds of gems from nature. My feather & crystal collections are always growing. ”

I am privileged to live in one of British Columbia’s most green spaces near the Okanagan within the Monashee mountain range.”

I have followed Go Gratitude principles for 5 years now and I look forward to these exciting times ahead of us!

As a sister in the www.waterblessings.org she performs a water blessing each Earth Day April 22 in Cherryville on the Shuswap River

Cottonwood tree

 

Michelle teaches mom’s infant massage and can be found at the market with an  on site massage  booth in Cherryville.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Saddle Mountain seniors program participant , Noelia


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