Before becoming a massage therapist Niki Herron graduated from the Exercise Science program at Lethbridge College and became a personal trainer in 2009. After working in the fitness field she realized she wanted to continue her education in health care. She graduated from the 2800 hour Registered Massage Therapy program from Vancouver Career College in the summer of 2014. Soon after graduation she passed the most difficult licensing exams in North America and began her career as a Registered Massage Therapist.
Growing up with a mother who had fibromyalgia Niki was always keen on helping people heal. She discovered early on the importance of how massage therapy not only helped her mom through some very difficult moments, but also helped herself. Her strong beliefs in the benefits of massage therapy really shine through in her genuine practice.
Niki truly enjoys working with individuals to help them exceed their goals and become the best possible version of themselves. She proves to people that their bodies can be functionally fantastic and helps them harness the ability they have to be where they aspire to be. She believes a positive outlook is the first and most important step in the healing process. Niki works with her patients to set goals and improve their outlook on life through results and an honest caring attitude.
Niki loves trying new things to help improve her well being. Before becoming a massage therapist she spent two and a half months traveling Thailand and Indonesia. She discovered a great passion for experiencing new worlds and caught the travel bug. She enjoys yoga and pilates and loves encouraging her friends and family to try new things with her. She likes going on hikes, walking her dog, and running with her husband. Health and wellness are very important aspects in her life and she strives to be better everyday.
Niki has an open door policy in her clinic and is always welcoming new patients.