Eryn Tippe

Growing up, Eryn swam competitively, played hockey, and participated in High School Rodeo. She now enjoys hiking, snowboarding, and traveling around the world. Having suffered major injuries herself, Eryn understands the frustration and pain that comes with injuries and how it stops you from doing the activities you love. This fuels her passion to help people live healthy, pain-free lives. 

Eryn prides herself on giving you an hour of hands-on treatment and uses a holistic approach. She aims to find and solve the ROOT of your pain and does not chase the pain. She provides full-body assessments that look at whole-body movements and then breaks it down to find movement patterns that are dysfunctional. She then provides a specialized exercise program to get you back on track to meet your activities goals. 

Eryn has taken a special interest in fascia and concussion treatment. She believes that the body is connected in many ways and one method alone will not help you get back to 100%. This is why she utilizes a multitude of techniques to help you get back to doing what you love.

Eryn also takes a special interest in the equine industry. She is partnered with Cavallo Pulse Therapy to provide a well-rounded program for you and your horse so you can perform your best.

When she is not in the clinic, you can find her continually expanding her knowledge or giving back to the sporting community that shaped her childhood. She currently works with Calgary Northwest Calgary Athletic Association BAAA Flames for the winter season and works with the Calgary Irish Rugby Club, junior rugby, and the Wolfpack Rugby Alberta teams in the summer. She also has experience dealing with basketball, lacrosse, volleyball, judo, golf, speed skating, and football athletes in the clinic and on the field!

Continuing Education:

  • 7-Step Concussion Protocol

  • Muscle Energy

  • Craniosacral Therapy Level 2

  • Reconditioning Specialist Level 2

  • Athlete Brain Level 1 (Vestibular and Concussion)

  • Cupping

  • Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization (IASTM)


  • BHPE (Bachelor of Health and Physical Education) - Mount Royal University

  • Certified Athletic Therapist- Canadian Athletic Therapists Association (CATA) and Alberta Athletic Therapists Association (AATA)

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