Dieter Bitz grew up in Calgary, where he was an active member of the snowboarding community. As a competitive freestyle coach, he witnessed and endured numerous sports-related injuries. Along with work-related stressors due to spending several years in road construction, he was prompted to change his lifestyle and take his health into his own hands, literally.
Dieter was involved in sports medicine throughout high school, but wanted to go deeper and find out what he was really made of (in more ways than one). In 2013, he enrolled at McKay College of Massage and Hydrotherapy, where he was recognized for the highest level of professionalism in his graduating class with a strong emphasis on sports performance, myofascial release and structural integration.
Dieter is passionate about helping others achieve their health and fitness goals. Understanding that lasting change can be implemented and realizing the importance of preventative therapeutic treatment, Dieter strives to deliver optimal care and effective education. The freedom of mobility with order is of utmost importance and being able to function with gravity while finding balance is the foundation of his practice.
When not in treatment, Dieter spends most of his time outdoors running, biking, playing tennis and with friends and family. He is fortunate to have travelled to over 40 countries and his hobbies include aerial video/photography along with vintage moped restoration.