Kelsey Quinn Fenerty is a Registered Massage Therapist and Yoga Instructor
in Sudbury and North Bay, ON.

Kelsey first became interested in natural wellness to help manage the stress and anxiety in her roles as University student, environmental activist and someone looking for answers. The self-reflective and empowering qualities of yoga were exactly what she needed to reconnect with her heart and launch her into new healthy lifestyle habits. Through yoga, she was introduced to other complementary therapies - such as meditation and massage which continue to provide her with new avenues for self-exploration and healing. 

Today, she continues to practice yoga and receives massage regularly. She makes time to create and breathe and move and connect with the world around her and the inhabitants of it. These practices help her to live from a place of truth, purpose and balance. Through Breathe In Wellness and local partnerships, she humbly serves individuals and community through the powerful practices of mindful movement, meditation, and relaxation.


  • Wild-harvested and/or organic/organically grown.

  • Locally sourced & supported.

  • Transparency.

  • People + Planet-centered.

  • Ethical packaging, printing & displays.

  • Natural linens & oils.

1% of all sales (yup... ALL of it... massage, yoga, workshops, and products sold) is donated to a local charity doing good things for people and planet at the end of the year.


Massotherapie (Massage Therapy)
Collège Boréal, Sudbury
B.A Hon maj. Env Studies min. Philosophy
U of Ottawa, Ottawa, ON
Certified Yoga Instructor
Shanti Yoga Studio Nelson, BC
Rainbow Kids Yoga Instructor
Rainbow Kids Yoga Int'l
Standard First Aid + CPR C + HCP
Red Cross, Sudbury


Organic Vegetable Farmer
My VegiBox Hanmer, ON
Edible Wild Graduate
Dandelion Jam Ottawa, ON
Raw, vegan, and whole food cook/baker
Belle Verte Hull, QC / Sivanada Ashram QC
Project Wild Certification
Ottawa, ON

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Maybe you are searching among the branches for what only appears in the roots...
— Rumi