Our Holistic Team
The holistic team at Park Integrative Health cares deeply about ensuring that each client receives the best treatment they most need. Our holistic practitioners work with each client, their medical doctors, and other PIH team members to ensure an integrative approach to each individuals journey to wellness.
Nicole Broadhurst, R.AC., TCMD
Nicole is a Registered Acupuncturist and TCMD who graduated from the Doctor of Chinese Medicine program at ACATCM in Calgary, AB. She specializes in Fertility – both natural conception and assisted reproductive treatments (IVF/IUI), Sexual Health and Psychological Disorders. She enjoys working with individuals and couples wanting to grow their family, restore their sexual vitality and achieve a balanced mental state.
Heather Gazley, R.AC.
Heather is the Client Care Coordinator and the Director of Business Integration at Park Integrative Health, and a Registered Acupuncturist. In a previous life she was an educator and holds a Bachelor of Education from the University of Alberta. She says, “I believe that every individual has the capacity to be well – it is my role to support their journey as they move toward a state of remembered wellness.”
Céline Sandberg, R.AC.
Céline is a registered acupuncturist whose goal is to empower people on their journey to better health. She has a special interest in fertility, perinatal care, as well as hormonal health, mental-emotional health, and trauma. Céline appreciates that healing should be holistic as well as individualized, and so each treatment is uniquely designed for each patient. She is an advocate for patients receiving the best health care options available through the blending of East and West medicines.
Richard Shimada, R.AC.
Richard is familiar with both Western and Traditional Chinese (and Japanese Minimalist) Medicine. Practicing Traditional Chinese Medicine is his natural calling. Certified as Registered Acupuncturist, Richard also specializes in Peripheral Nerves Disorders, Musculoskeletal Disorders (MSK), Pain Management, Mental health, Gastrointestinal disorders, as well as Cosmetic Acupuncture. Cosmetic Acupuncture is very well known across Asia, and emerging in North America as the go to holistic approach to rejuvenating the facial dermis – which is very effective against wrinkles with little to no side affects.
Rana Abdelkarim, RMT, Reiki Practitioner
Rana is a former Registered Nurse turned Registered Massage Therapist and Reiki Practitioner. Having worked within both Western and Eastern medicine traditions, Rana believes patient care should be both holistic and fully customized to one’s needs. She can’t wait to show you how being in a better relationship with your body, mind, and spirit, is your most powerful tool for improved health and wellbeing.
Rana is passionate about mental health, digestive health and energy work. When she is not at the clinic, she can be found facilitating virtual Subconscious Imprinting sessions. Rana’s treatments include: therapeutic massage, myofascial cupping, biomagnetic cupping, abdominal cupping, facial cupping, hydrotherapy, joint mobilization, manual lymphatic drainage, proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation, intraoral massage, tuning forks, essential oils, crystal therapy, and Reiki.
Deeyana Baydala, RMT, R.AC. diploma
Deeyana graduated from the Massage Therapy Program at MacEwan University in 2016, and from MacEwan’s Acupuncture Program in June 2019. Currently Deeyana is working toward her exams taking place this year to become a Registered Acupuncturist and is excited to incorporate her knowledge of massage therapy, acupuncture, and Chinese Medicine into her treatments. Within her treatments, Deeyana includes a variety of modalities from Trigger Point Therapy, Myofasical Release Techniques, Swedish Massage Techniques, PNF (Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation), and Deep Tissue Techniques to provide a unique patient-oriented treatment.
Terri Cuthill, RMT
Terri Cuthill began her massage career with Alberta College of Massage Therapy, graduating in 2009. She started working at a spa in Sherwood Park in 2011 and moved to Park Integrative Health in 2017. To add to her skills, Terri has taken an introductory craniosacral workshop, a jade stone workshop and has her standard First Aid and level C CPR. In 2018, Terri returned to school at Manual Osteopathic College of Canada, to add to her skills; completing the course in Sept 2019. Terri is an active member of the Canadian Massage and Manual Osteopathic Therapist Association. She has enjoyed giving back to the industry by teaching with the school since 2010 as a Teaching Assistant and an Instructor in 2015. Terri enjoys helping others, whether it’s helping a client’s body find its way to health or a student learn the body.