Through her own health journey Casey experienced the healing effects of acupuncture both physically
and mentally. She knew she wanted to share this approach with others which led her to train in the
philosophies and foundations of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), Acupuncture, and Chinese Herbal
Medicine. Casey graduated from the Alberta College of Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine
(ACATCM) in 2013 and enjoys continually learning new skills.

Casey uses her resourcefulness with each patient encounter to tailor a specific treatment that is vital at
that moment. Along with acupuncture in a treatment, cupping therapy is utilized for lymphatic
drainage, TMJ and sinus release, orthopedic, plantar fasciitis, sports injuries, general muscle tightness
and facial cupping.

In her free time, Casey’s heart is happiest felting and embroidering, riding her bicycle, travelling and
hanging out with her pet garden snail Gary.


MyNga is an Osteopathic Manual Therapist, D.O.M.P. (Diploma in Osteopathic Manual Practice), Registered Massage Therapist (RMT 2200 hr) and Reiki Master specializing in Manual Osteopathy and Advanced Clinical Massage Therapy. MyNga uses a holistic approach through multiple modalities to attain optimum health and wellness that will benefit your entire body, soul, spirit and mind. MyNga can help you meet your needs whether you are looking to find a sense of balance and tranquility or relief from injuries, postural dysfunction, chronic pain and muscle tension. She provides each client with an individualized treatment plan which includes self care through stretching, strengthening and hydrotherapy techniques to accelerate the healing process.


After completing the massage therapy program at Mount Royal College (Calgary) in 2001, Tanya found her career in health and wellness practicing massage therapy, with neuromuscular therapy as her main focus. During her proficient 10-year massage practice she became eager to broaden her scope beyond soft tissue. Her fascination with the human body and wellbeing has led her to the all-encompassing modality of TCM.

Tanya became a registered acupuncturist (R.Ac) in Alberta in 2011 and next completed the doctor of traditional Chinese medicine. Since then, she has attained success in treating patients using a wide spectrum of techniques. Her skills have enabled her to effectively treat a range of issues, including acute and chronic pain, allergies, anxiety, arthritis, breast enhancements, colds and flus, depression, digestive disorders, hair loss, headaches, insomnia, skin disorders, stress management, hormonal imbalances, infertility, and menstrual irregularities.

Aside from practicing TCM, Dr. Tanya teaches anatomy and acts as a clinic supervisor at the Alberta College of Acupuncture, the only school in North America that is nationally accredited by China.

She is captivated by the diversity of practice and theory TCM embraces and works to integrate it with western theory. She enjoys working with people and continually aspires to advance her knowledge and skills to help people in their journey toward wellness and disease prevention.