My massage therapy practice focuses on the structural and functional components of our bodies.

Muscles, bones, joints, ligaments, tendons, and scar tissue are structures, and they all function together in particular ways.

Structures can develop certain movement behaviors over time. They can be unfavorable, and can impact our optimal state of physical health.

Body mechanics, and postural adaptations can be worked on to help improve the way we use, and interact with those structures every day of our lives.

The Anatomy Trainer,
Dan Audette, RMT

Daniel graduated from the Massage Therapy College of Manitoba in 2012. He was born and raised in Winnipeg, and has been in the health and healing professions for many years. He began his career in healthcare as a support worker with the St. Amant Centre Foundation. His interest and focus to the rehabilitation and treatment aspects of massage therapy, later led him to become both a mentor, and course instructor for students coming into the profession.

Dan is committed to learning and continuing education. He is currently pursuing courses towards a degree in the faculty of Kinesiology and Applied Health, at the University of Winnipeg. Upon completion, Dan plans on directing his knowledge, and pursue a master’s degree in Physical Therapy at the University of Manitoba to become a physiotherapist..

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