Meet the team behind Adventure Sport Therapy!

Our team of massage therapists in Calgary are dedicated to preventing, rehabilitating, and diagnosing sports injuries through leading sports therapy treatments. We are committed to ensuring our patients live their adventure to the fullest – injury free – by continually learning new treatments and technologies to treat and prevent body injury.

Our high standard of health allows us to support you while you continue to participate in all the adventures and activities you love.

Leanne Hazard, RMT

Leanne Hazard is a registered massage therapist and medical acupuncturist trained in the latest modern techniques of massage, medical acupuncture, and myofascial cupping. Born and raised in the mountains of British Columbia, Leanne is a mountaineer, avid adventurist, and now, a member of the Calgary Competitive Climbing Team. Her passion for health and wellness inspired her to pursue a career in sports recovery to help individuals and other athletes perform and live their best life.

Although Adventure Sport Therapy operates locally in Calgary, Leanne treats patients and provides therapy at many professional sporting events globally.

Leanne is professionally trained in:

  • Massage therapy
  • Medical acupuncture
  • Cupping therapy
  • Tapping and strapping
  • Athletic injury management
  • Kinesio taping

Leanne maintains an active lifestyle and spends her weekends hiking and climbing.

Andres Stamile

Andres is a 2200 Hour Graduate from Mount Royal University who specializes in therapeutic treatments to keep athletes and outdoor enthusiasts doing what
they love. Andres has treated CFL athletes and other high performance athletes. Andres loves to help people reach their desired goals within their sport or general day to day activities. When he’s not treating you can find him enjoying most of his time playing music, adventuring outdoors in the back-country or scrambling exciting and difficult mountains.

Andres has over 15 years of coaching experience and has played over 10 years on Team Canada’s National Padel Team, Professional sports has molded him into the individual he is today. His motto is simple.

Feel Better – Move Better – Play Better

Laura

Laura has always had a passion for leading a healthy and active lifestyle. Doing so has led her to discover her love for alternative, holistic healing practices.

Laura first discovered osteopathy while completing her Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology at The University of Waterloo. After a back injury left her with severe pain for almost 3 years, and exhausting all other therapies that she knew of, Laura was recommended to see an osteopath. Within a few treatments she was almost pain free. This ignited her interest in learning more about a manual therapy that was less of a short-term solution and had long lasting effects.

In 2018 Laura graduated from the Canadian Academy of Osteopathy with a Master’s in Osteopathic Manual Sciences (M.OMSc.), with over 4200 hours of education and clinical training. She is enthusiastic about sharing the benefits of osteopathy and helping patients become more knowledgeable and self-aware about how the body functions and has the ability to self-heal.

Laura has an interest, specifically, in helping those with chronic pain. Her background in strength and conditioning as well as yoga and breathwork, allows her to help her patients by also educating and providing suggestions for self-care between appointments to help them achieve their ideal health. By using a holistic approach to treatment that focuses on self-awareness and prevention instead of reaction, Laura is able to not only educate her patients but give them the confidence to understand their own unique body.

When not in the clinic, Laura can be found with her horse and two dogs. Laura spends the majority of her free time training and competing in Show Jumping. Her and her husband both share a love for the mountains and being outdoors, which led them to move to Calgary in 2022.

Laura is a registered Manual Osteopathic Practitioner with OSTCAN Alberta in good standing. She is covered by all Alberta Extended Health Plans.

Leanne Portrait

Leanne Hazard, RMT

Leanne Hazard is a registered massage therapist and medical acupuncturist trained in the latest modern techniques of massage, medical acupuncture, and myofascial cupping. Born and raised in the mountains of British Columbia, Leanne is a mountaineer, avid adventurist, and now, a member of the Calgary Competitive Climbing Team. Her passion for health and wellness inspired her to pursue a career in sports recovery to help individuals and other athletes perform and live their best life.

Although Adventure Sport Therapy operates locally in Calgary, Leanne treats patients and provides therapy at many professional sporting events globally.

Leanne is professionally trained in:

Massage therapy

  • Medical acupuncture
  • Cupping therapy
  • Tapping and strapping
  • Athletic injury management
  • Kinesio taping

Leanne maintains an active lifestyle and spends her weekends hiking and climbing.

Andres Stamile

Andres is a 2200 Hour Graduate from Mount Royal University who specializes in therapeutic treatments to keep athletes and outdoor enthusiasts doing what
they love. Andres has treated CFL athletes and other high performance athletes. Andres loves to help people reach their desired goals within their sport or general day to day activities. When he’s not treating you can find him enjoying most of his time playing music, adventuring outdoors in the back-country or scrambling exciting and difficult mountains.

Andres has over 15 years of coaching experience and has played over 10 years on Team Canada’s National Padel Team, Professional sports has molded him into the individual he is today. His motto is simple.

Feel Better – Move Better – Play Better

Laura

Laura has always had a passion for leading a healthy and active lifestyle. Doing so has led her to discover her love for alternative, holistic healing practices.

Laura first discovered osteopathy while completing her Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology at The University of Waterloo. After a back injury left her with severe pain for almost 3 years, and exhausting all other therapies that she knew of, Laura was recommended to see an osteopath. Within a few treatments she was almost pain free. This ignited her interest in learning more about a manual therapy that was less of a short-term solution and had long lasting effects.

In 2018 Laura graduated from the Canadian Academy of Osteopathy with a Master’s in Osteopathic Manual Sciences (M.OMSc.), with over 4200 hours of education and clinical training. She is enthusiastic about sharing the benefits of osteopathy and helping patients become more knowledgeable and self-aware about how the body functions and has the ability to self-heal.

Laura has an interest, specifically, in helping those with chronic pain. Her background in strength and conditioning as well as yoga and breathwork, allows her to help her patients by also educating and providing suggestions for self-care between appointments to help them achieve their ideal health. By using a holistic approach to treatment that focuses on self-awareness and prevention instead of reaction, Laura is able to not only educate her patients but give them the confidence to understand their own unique body.

When not in the clinic, Laura can be found with her horse and two dogs. Laura spends the majority of her free time training and competing in Show Jumping. Her and her husband both share a love for the mountains and being outdoors, which led them to move to Calgary in 2022.

Laura is a registered Manual Osteopathic Practitioner with OSTCAN Alberta in good standing. She is covered by all Alberta Extended Health Plans.