ki·net·ic \ kə-ˈnet-ik, kī- \ adjective: of or relating to the motion of a body,
and the effects of forces and energy that originate within or outside of that body.
What's NEW at New Leaf?
COVID-19 UPDATES: The Clinic will reopen for Treatment on May 19, 2020, as part of the Re-Open Saskatchewan Phase 2 Plan.
Visit our Facebook Page, view clinic notifications for new Treatment & Scheduling Procedures here (bottom of page), and view/print required Waiver and Supplemental Consent Form for Covid-19 here.
Nina Gramlich has completed advanced training and is proud to provide Myofacial Cupping!
Carl Berry & Kaity Weichel have furthered their training in Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization (IASTM), with Dr. Vizniak, of Prohealthsys.
NEW LEAF in the NEWS!! Check out this Interview with Carl Berry, on Cupping Therapy with Global News.
Drop in on our Blog, where we offer insights on anatomy, health tips, stretching and more...
We are a family Clinic!
Adding regular treatment to your exercise program can prevent injuries, and improve your quality of life!
Saskatoon Personal Protection Training
Carl Berry, with 20 years martial arts experience, now offers this training* in private lessons, small classes and group bookings: s-p-p-t.weebly.com.
*Independent of New Leaf Kinetic Arts, SPPT is owned and operated by Carl Berry
Carl Berry, RMT :
"Together with my partners Elizabeth Dahl, Kwaku Danso and Kaity Weichel, New Leaf Kinetic Arts was officially opened in October, 2012 in the heart of downtown Saskatoon. Located in the historic Avenue Building, we are proud to be the first Kinetic Arts center in Saskatoon. Using only evidence based techniques and modalities, we provide an approach which is tailored to each individual, with a focus on muscular and postural rehabilitation - not just from acute injuries, but from surgical procedures, postural conditions, and really any treatable negative kinetic pattern the body may acquire, whether recent or old.
We worked very hard to build, with our own hands, a small but classy clinic which we feel compliments the beautiful historic building in which it is located. Our goal was to make the space feel as comfortable and informal as possible, while still maintaining a safe, clean and professional environment. Many of our patients look like they are at home, reading a book or newspaper in our comfortable chairs while they wait for their treatment. Because of the nature of why we formed a partnership and built a clinic together in the first place, we are very close as a group, and very pleased to be working together. This, of course, naturally creates a very positive atmosphere both for us and for our patients. Visit us and see for yourself!"
Welcome to New Leaf Kinetic Arts
Thank you for your visit, and please let us know if you have any questions. Here you will be able to find information on treatment services, download forms and brochures, access important information on self-care, and receive updates on what is new to our clinic.
Prevent. Recover. Maintain.
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