Caylei Geddes graduated from the Acupuncture program offered at Grant MacEwan University. She is trained to treat using several modalities including Electro Acupuncture, Tui Na massage, Gua Sha, and Cupping.

Tui Na massage is Chinese massage used to move the muscle and increase blood flow to help heal and relax. Gua Sha is a massage technique using a piece of carved bone scraped against a muscle to gently break down adhesions and allow the muscle to properly heal. Cupping uses suction on a muscle to draw out old blood and lactic acid as well as to act physically on the muscle to encourage its release.

Caylei completed additional education in facial needling. The course taught facial needling techniques for fighting wrinkles, fine lines, and drooping facial muscles as well as techniques for people who have suffered strokes or Bell’s palsy.

Since graduating she has taken a special interest in treating musculoskeletal disorders, allergies, and fertility issues. She received training in fertility and IVF support through courses taught by Jane Lyttleton.

She also focuses on stubborn pain issues such as headaches, migraines, pain following injuries such as motor vehicle accidents and sports injuries, plantar fascitis and tendonitis.