Jenna Clarke

Athletic Therapist

Originally from mainland Nova Scotia, Jenna completed her Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology at Dalhousie University in Halifax. She moved to Alberta in 2013 in order to complete her Advanced Certificate in Athletic Therapy and certified with CATA in 2015. She is currently completing her Advanced Clinical Massage Therapy Program and will graduate in April 2020.

Since the beginning of her undergrad Jenna has been working with varsity, amateur and elite level sports, including basketball, volleyball, hockey, roller derby and most recently lacrosse. She has spent the last five years working with a team of Physiotherapists as a kinesiologist and exercise therapist and will compliment the inter-disciplinary team at Calgary Muscle and Soft Tissue with her sports and rehabilitation experience. She specializes in therapeutic, deep tissue, sports, pre-post surgical and rehabilitative massage and manual therapies.

Jenna has always enjoyed watching and participating in sports and has recently taken up weightlifting. In her free time she can be found in the gym, listening to live music or tending to her many plants.

Jenna Clarke works in the field of athletic therapy in Calgary

Dear Valued Calgary Muscle and Soft Tissue Clinic Patients,

We are still open for business. Due to the outbreak of COVID-19 we want to make sure we do our part to prioritize your health and well-being and that of our team and community. We are open for business and continue to offer a welcoming and safe place for patients and our therapists alike. We are paying close attention to the up-to-the-minute updates from Alberta Health Services and are strictly enforcing all the recommended sanitary protocols and practices. We are committed to ensuring that everyone stays safe and healthy while visiting our clinic.

As we navigate through this period of heightened awareness we will be taking a serious of precautionary steps including:

  • A further increase in our cleaning and sanitizing procedures
  • Disinfecting treatment rooms and tables after each use
  • Limiting hand and face contact (no handshakes, hugs, etc.)

We ask that if you are feeling unwell, even if it just feels like a cold or cough, or if you’ve recently returned from travelling to a high-risk area to please cancel your appointment (we value your observation of giving us as much notice as possible). 

Our community is strong and for that, we are thankful. Together, through intentional connection, we will get through this. This situation will be updated on our website homepage as new information becomes available.

Be well, stay safe and thank you for your continued patronage.


Laurie Fisher
Clinical Director/Owner