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Ashley Arnold


Ashley completed her education at Vancouver College of Massage Therapy (2015) and is now overjoyed to have finally made the move here to Banff with her little family!

As a competitive and semi-pro beach volleyball athlete Ashley has endured complex injuries over the years where alternative interventions shaped her understanding and love of the body. As a Coach and Volunteer Therapist to her Club and Varsity Teams, she had the phenomenal experience of treating athletes pre- and post- event, as well as maintenance throughout the season to assist in their peak performance.

But it was throughout her education that Ashley was exposed to a more intuitive method of treatment that she now gravitates towards. She has continued her education in MFR (Myofascial Release), Approximation Techniques, MET (Muscle Energy Techniques), Postural Dysfunction, Facet Dysfunction, Pelvic Balancing, CST (Cranial Sacral Therapy), Yoga as Remedial Exercise; and looks to further her training in Visceral Manipulation. She views the body holistically and focuses on finding root cause dysfunction, as well as encouraging the mind body connection throughout her treatments. Our injuries and dysfunction are a product of many different systems working out of alignment; Eventually something must give. It is therefore important to treat all contributing components to dysfunction to realign our systems to reach our optimal level of health and wellness. This is YOUR healing journey; and Ashley looks forward to being a supportive piece of that journey.

In her downtime, you will find Ashley snowboarding, playing volleyball, hiking or just anywhere outdoors with her husband and toddler. Further exploring the Bow Valley has been an incredible journey to begin for her and her family.


Josh Sass



Josh graduated from Makami College in Alberta (2020) earning his Registered Advanced Clinical Massage Therapy Diploma. Growing up an athlete, playing competitive hockey and other sports, Josh knows about dealing with injuries, concussions, and the necessity of rehabilitation. This led him to massage therapy; understanding how it can benefit physical recovery and at the same time relieving the mental stress an injury can cause. Josh’s goal is to work with each patient individually, meeting their specific needs through deep tissue massage, sports massage, myofascial release and cupping. He is happy to offer his professional advice on strengthening exercises, stretching or movement that may help outside the treatment room. He has a profound love of nature and enjoys golf, hiking, biking, hockey and snowboarding.


Craig Schade


Craig grew up in Toronto playing competitive hockey, as well as mountain biking and snowboarding from a young age. After completing a BA at the University of Guelph, in 2008, he decided to move to Banff, on a whim. Very quickly after arriving, he realized this was his forever home, and has been here exploring the mountains ever since. From 2008 to 2020, Craig enjoyed a number of roles in hotel hospitality in town, until realizing his new passion of massage therapy. Craig is a graduate of MH Vicars School of Massage Therapy and finds fulfillment helping people in their recovery from things such as acute injury, chronic musculoskeletal disfunction, repetitive stress injuries, as well as promoting general wellness and relaxation. In his personal life, Craig spends most of his time, in winter, split boarding in the backcountry; In summer you’ll find him rock climbing, canoeing, and camping whenever possible. As a result of this, his focus is on helping people get back to their own personal passions in the mountains, and generally living life to their fullest potential.