Knead a lift?

Nicole Kinsman has been a massage therapist for the past seven years, focusing in pre- and postnatal massage. She also treats patients with soft tissue and joint dysfunction, including arthritis, back pain, chronic headaches, fibromyalgia and tendonosis. She enjoys helping people improve their quality of life and the constant learning opportunities that her job brings.

Her business, Rocky Mountain Massage Therapy, has been open in Cranbrook for nearly three years. Recently, Kinsman moved her business to her home. She can be contacted at 250-919-1150, or via email at [email protected]

"Working from home allows me to create a quiet, tranquil retreat for my patients to help restore and maintain their optimal health," she said.

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