I acknowledge that Alan Hare Massage is located on Treaty 1 territory, the original lands of Anishinaabe, Cree, Oji-Cree, Dakota, and Dené Peoples, and on the homeland of the Métis Nation. Water is sourced from Shoal Lake 40 First Nation on Treaty 3 territory.
My name is Alan Hare and I am a Registered Massage Therapist, and member of the Massage Therapy Association of Manitoba. I have been practicing massage therapy in Winnipeg since 1992. Since graduating from the Western College of Remedial Massage Therapies I have increased my education in a variety of modalities including
Depending on the circumstances and needs of each patient I create an experience that is both therapeutic and relaxing. I especially enjoy using therapeutic quality essential oils both in a diffuser and added to the massage oil.
Initially I was introduced to the art of massage by Edmond Beaudry, a local Massage Therapist. He espoused the teachings of Gordon Inkeles and Fluid Release techniques. I then trained in Swedish Massage at the Western College of Remedial Massage Therapies, today called Wellington College. Later I received training in Aromatherapy under Colin Paddon from the Aromatherapy and Reflexology Center of Hamilton, Ontario.
As a member of the Massage Therapy Association of Manitoba my clients have benefitted from my ongoing education. Most recently I have completed a wonderful course in Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction. I have also studied
Sit down, slow down, rebound
Learn to detach from your thoughts while allowing your body to rest and repair.
In a supportive group setting, we will explore meditation techniques. Trained in “Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction” and Chopra Centered “Primordial Sound Meditation”, I am a life-long student exploring the ins and outs of a daily meditation practice.
I look forward to sharing my experience with others who are starting out or who have been practicing meditation for some time.
Sessions are every Tuesday, 7PM to 8PM (please call to save a spot.) The fee is by donation.
I believe back health and posture are very important. The province of Manitoba has created an excellent resource for this. Please give it a read and let me know if you have any questions.