“I want clients to leave the clinic with a sense of well-being so that their overall health improves after a few sessions. Above all, I strive to meet their expectations and needs. In short, my goal is to help them acquire a new awareness of their own bodies.”
Before undertaking her new career in massage therapy, Danielle Beaudet practiced contemporary dance and classical ballet for 20 years, which led her to develop her knowledge of anatomy and physiology. Recurring professional injuries during her dance career influenced her decision to become a massage therapist. There is a natural link between dance and massage therapy: active listening to the body and the ability to optimize one’s health, minimize pain and heal certain injuries.
Danielle has cumulated more than 1000 hours of training and graduated in 2009 as a massage therapy practitioner in Swedish from Guijek (l’Institut québécois de la santé intégrale). She continues to specialize by studying at Kiné Concept in sports massage, deep tissue techniques, passive mobilization and fascia therapy. She is currently undergoing training at Azzuan, a collaborative center for integrated care, in order to multiply her therapeutic abilities.
Self-employed for the past ten years, she has been offering her services to individuals at home and in several spas and clinics in the Montreal metropolitan area as well as in the Outaouais region. She joined the Massotrp team in the summer of 2020.