I was a part of The Elemental beings Pre-Ignition Challenge. It was very well organized, the subjects and playbook made it easy to follow, share and learn. Brandy Is incredibly attentive, kind, calm and genuine. I really felt safe with her and this allowed me the openness to reflect without judgement. The challenge helped me grow a better understanding of myself, my thoughts, and it shed light on how much I am getting in my own way with my goals. It was also so nice to have a community where others, though all different, were all going through the same growth. I enjoyed this wholeheartedly and am so grateful for the experience!
Listen to Episode 182 of the InGoal Radio Podcast, presented by The Hockey Shop Source for Sports.
In this episode, recorded during the NET360 Goalie Camp put on by Alpha Hockey in Kelowna, the multi-dimensional therapist Brandy Osborne talks about The Elemental Athlete and some of her Elemental Practices. She guides her listeners through simple yet highly effective exercises that benefit both athletes to excel their performance, as well as anyone else interested in being in tune with their body.
Enjoy the entire episode, also featuring James Reimer of the San Jose Sharks, or fast forward to 59:40 to find out more about Brandy, The Elemental Athlete and the Elemental Practices.
Listen to Brandy Osborne on Table Talks, presented by Stretching Canada, talk about pursuing her passion for treating athletes and following her calling to become a Nationally Certified Sport Massage Therapist (CSMTA).
The interview explores Brandy’s experience working with organizations and events representing some of the most renowned professional athletes and performers in the world: NHL, Hockey Canada, Cirque de Soleil, Pan-Am games, National Gymnastics Championships, BC Winter Games, and more.
Find out about Brandy’s leadership roles representing other healthcare professionals and what inspired the birth of The Elemental Being.
While this article shines light on Brandy Osborne’s work with some of the world’s most elite athletes, she reminds that her passion also lies in helping all individuals who pursue exercise to better their lives. Brandy thrives helping people be more flexible and move with ease, and is always on the lookout to add more expertise and experience to her work as an RMT and CSMTA.
She enjoys teaching future RMTs at the Vancouver Career College in Kelowna and values the time she spends volunteering as the president of the BC chapter of the Canadian Sport Massage Therapy Association.
I had the opportunity to be part of the wonderful community that Brandy curated for the month of February, the Pre-Ignition Challenge. A safe environment to explore pursuing personal excellence in an inclusive environment. Personal intentions were set on Sunday and reset on Thursday to check in on how our week was going. This practice prepared my week with focus and provided support for my goals. Through Brandy’s clinical experience she was able to foster a community of like minded individuals that were able to hold space for my growth. Her ability to gently further our borders and foster a deeper understanding of ourselves and what we really wanted to pursue. The synergy of the group environment was particularly helpful to feel the common humanity of our desires to show up fully present.