Born and raised in Pickering Ontario, Maggie was never one to sit still. She grew up in a very active household either skiing or hiking with her family most weekends. Throughout her adolescence, she competed in diving, dance and swimming and has always had an overt interest in human movement. Her interest was especially sparked in a grade 12 Exercise Science class, where the intricacies of anatomy and physiology eventually led her to acquire a Bachelor of Science in Human Kinetics as well as a Bachelor of Science in Human Nutrition at St. Francis Xavier University in Nova Scotia.
After graduating, Maggie moved out to Calgary where she began working as a Kinesiologist and a Personal Trainer. These roles reaffirmed her interest in rehabilitation and her ambition to establish a career as a manual therapist. Maggie’s core values revolve around an active approach to rehabilitation, with emphasis on the importance of strength training for individuals overcoming injury. Her focus is to help individuals participate in the activities they love, pain free.
Maggie is currently enrolled in Mount Royal University’s Massage Therapy program and has successfully completed 1100 hours of training. Between work, classes and studying you can find Maggie exploring Alberta’s trails, snowboarding down a mountain, or weightlifting.