The Space

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Broadway Health Collective is located in a unique 1960’s era building just off Broadway Avenue in Saskatoon, SK. Tall, slender floor to ceiling windows, and pine ceilings are unique features.

As a Collective of Practitioners we offer many Natural Health Services including:

  • BodyTalk
  • Craniosacral Therapy
  • Counselling
  • Cupping
  • Energy Balancing
  • Infrared Sauna
  • Laser Therapy
  • Massage Therapy (Therapeutic, Relaxation, Deep Tissue Sports, Myofascial Release, Manual Lymph Drainage, Oncology, Prenatal and Breast, and Visceral)
  • Reiki
  • Reflexology
  • Thai Massage, Thai Herbal Ball & Tok Sen
  • Traditional Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture

We also have Saskatchewan’s only massage supply store, Saskatoon Massage Therapy Supply.

I deeply appreciate the room that I work from. It is an inviting space for clients to let go of their stress, self judgement, and discomfort; and receive compassionate, skillful care in support of their health and wellbeing.

Paying attention to the elements of the space that support this environment, my room has a warm aesthetic with the walls painted a hemp seed hue, earth toned carpet, fir baseboards, a pine ceiling, and very happy plants thanks to those tall windows.

The side table in my room is made from recycled wood flooring and steel purchased from Green Ark Collected Home. GA online mixes new and re-purposed furniture, made of new and recycled materials, to provide locally-made, eco-conscious furniture.

The colourful abstract painting above it is from local artist Jan Corcoran whose studio is on 20th Street. This is one of my ultimate favourite pieces of Jan’s, rich with vibrant strokes of colour and movement. I have had the painting for over 3 years and I still continue to see new images within it.

The plant hanging from the window bar is a Joya plant and has a brilliant ball of white blooms in season.The cactus hanging in the corner is a cutting taken from a Disocactus (Orchid Cactus) that came to Canada from Georgia via a friend Guynelle, who brought her mother’s cactus with her when she immigrated to Edmonton, AB. These cactus are notoriously difficult to bloom, but I am holding out that in the corner window with filtered light mine may one day bloom. If it does, I have included a photo of what the red bloom will look like.