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Meet Jennifer Mason

Registered Massage Therapist & Osteopathic Student

When you ask me about my work, my face lights up and I can geek out for hours-talking about the body systems that keep us healthy. Take the lymphatic system: it clears away germs. And cranial therapy: I was over the moon when I learned I could touch your brain. Then there’s osteopathy, the grand master of them all. Don’t get me started.

Drawn to a career in restorative touch, I didn’t think it was possible to be more passionate about the body. Yet, every day, in my practice and through continuing education, I learn more. Essentially:

I was born to troubleshoot the body’s systems, sourcing chronic pain then freeing people of it, by using osteopathy and related modalities.

Some bios list the professional’s body of work. My body of work is yours. My life energy is totally focussed on you and the network inside you.

Each one of us has a system of rivers within us that flow signals to make the story of wellness. No part of the body should be considered in isolation; everything is connected. That’s the principle behind osteopathy: the body as a unified and inseparable whole.

When we experience pain from an accident or any other cause, the signals within the system that keeps the body healthy can become blocked, corrupted, or damaged. As a consequence of that pain, more of life begins to unravel because we compensate by avoiding, or not doing, certain things. Over the years, the activities we give up and the pain we continue to feel becomes our new normal. We take pills and then live with the side effects. We call it aging, the luck of the draw, and we proclaim that we’ve tried everything.

Accommodation should only be used when referring to hotels and air b&b’s-it has no place in our body. We should never have to accommodate pain. But we do. We become hosts to pain and to whatever ‘baggage’ that pain brings along.

A body in chronic pain is waiting for a reset. The body system is set up for wellness. I can facilitate its healing process.

Communication and feedback are important to me; respect and privacy are essential. You can expect to have a pre- and post-collaboration to ensure the treatment sessions are specific to your needs.

A highly skilled therapist, registered with CMMOTA (RMTA) , and soon to be operating under the Osteopathic label from The Alberta Association of Osteopathic Manual Therapists (AAOMT), my credentials include:

  • Massage therapy and certification as a Registered Massage Therapist
  • Certified Lymphedema Therapist
  • Lymph drainage 1, 2, and 3 (Chickly institute)
  • Brain therapy 1, 2, and 4 (3 is a separate branch which I have scheduled)
  • Chronic fatigue/ fibromyalgia/MS protocol
  • Allergy and toxins protocol
  • Advanced cranial membranes
  • Year 1/5 osteopathy (methodological based of osteopathy, lumbar spine, thoracic spine, sacroiliac joint, cervical spine, scapular girdle, elbow/wrist/hand)
  • Year 2/5 osteopathy (thoracolumbar joint, diaphragm, hip, cervicothoracic joint,1st rib/rib cage, knee, ankle, foot, integration of the osteopathic concept)


Jennifer Mason | (403) 201-1954