Ashton Klassen graduated from the Lloydminster branch of Alberta College of Massage Therapy in 2018 and completed the Manual Osteopathic Therapy program through the Manual Osteopathic College of Canada in 2019.

As a manual osteopathic therapist, Ashton strives to facilitate the reversal of traumas to the structural and functional body through osteo-articular adjustments (affecting bones and joints), cranial-sacral applications (affecting the head, spinal column and sacrum), visceral normalization (affecting various organs) and fascial release (affecting connective tissue).

Ashton enjoys being surrounded by other massage therapists as he continues to learn many new techniques. Ashton chose massage therapy as he has a passion to help give others a better standard of living. He believes massage therapy is the perfect response to our high stress, go-go-go society.

Before he began his training in massage therapy, Ashton was an automotive mechanic. His passion for having machinery running at tip-top shape carries over to his drive for massage and manual osteopathic therapy and having the human body functioning at its optimal state.