Owner, Registered Acupuncturist
Reiki & S.I.T. Practitioner
Brenna first started in the health and fitness industry by graduating from the NAIT Personal Fitness Training program in 2011, and becoming a Certified Personal Trainer through the Canadian Association of Exercise Physiology, as well as a Corrective Exercise Specialist with the National Strength and Conditioning Association.
After a several months of dealing with a stubborn sports injury, she sought out acupuncture treatment. She not only had great results with her injury, but also learned that acupuncture was effective for treating her headaches and PCOS symptoms as well. After experiencing such incredible results and pain relief, she decided that she wanted to have a greater impact on people’s health not only with fitness, but all facets of health through holistic health practices.
She enrolled in the Acupuncture Program at MacEwan University and graduated in 2016. She is now a Registered Acupuncturist through the College and Association of Acupuncture of Alberta.
Competitive sports and staying active have always been an integral part of her life, and Brenna is passionate about keeping both body and mind at optimal levels not only for performance, but for better quality of life and longevity.
Her philosophy is to encourage both mental and physical lifestyle changes and to promote healing by combining both traditional and modern techniques. She also feels that authenticity and a sense of humour are essential for effective treatment and long lasting results.
“Disease and injuries are serious, and can be quite physically, mentally and emotionally draining. Having a light-hearted and comforting feel while being treated by a knowledgeable, empathetic and authentic practitioner gives you a break from the stress and discomfort of disease. This nurtures more effective and sustainable results.”
Brenna’s areas of interest include:
- Acute or Chronic Pain
- Sports Injuries
- Psycho-emotional and Stress Management
- Gastrointestinal Issues
- Gynecological Issues (PMS, painful periods)