Bev's training began informally in the late eighty's when she started journeying down her own road to personal healing.   Her  professional practice as an alternative health care practitioner was founded in 1997.  Her and her husband  carry the values of their Cree family from Northern Saskatchewan and are very grateful for the teachings of their Blackfoot and Dakota brothers and sisters from Southern Alberta. She believes the body and mind cannot be separated and they heal in mutual cooperation. 

(Registered massage therapist )



  • Pre and Peri Natal training 2019, 160 in class hours, assisting in the work with Shannon Zaychuk and also with ongoing in class training and additional home study.
  • Family and ancestral Healing 2017, 160 hours with ongoing training
  • Ortho-Bionomy Association of Canada 1998-2015; 1040 hours
  • Massage therapy 2000, Northwestern School of Massage; 250 hours
  • Upledeger Institute, Cranial Sacral therapy, Visceral Manipulation and Lymphatic Drainage 1998-2005;    340 hours
  • Shen Therapy (Emotional release work), 1998; 60 hours

I suffered in chronic pain for over 16years with Fibromyalgia. It took me 8 months alone to give Ortho-Bionomy a try, fearful of another false hope. Words really cannot describe the experience. The effects were profound, and in 6 months I was pain free completely, off all medication, and living a life I had only prayed for and dreamed of. Now I’m studying this amazing modality. THANK YOU!

- N.A

After 20 years of persistent sciatic pain from an athletic injury I went for an Ortho-Bionomy session. 

(I had already tried every other modality).

I was so amazed to experience complete relief after 5 gentle sessions.

I was so inspired I studied to become a practitioner.

Life changing is an understatement.

J.M Vancouver

The quality of my daily life has been vastly improved by my Ortho-bionomy treatments. As the name suggests, they have helped my body return to (and retain!) easeful, 'right' alignment. The therapy has been incredibly effective both for a recent, acute knee injury and for some chronic pains that many other modalities had been unable to address meaningfully. Without actually experiencing it, I never would have believed that the principle of "always working within comfort" could increase my range of motion so profoundly.