Jeanine Pinel Death – Jeanine Pinel, a well-known massage therapist in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada has passed away. Statera Therapies owner and operator Jeanine Pinel was announced dead today, Tuesday, the 31st of October 2023 by those affected by her passing. She was a loving mother, partner, sister, daughter, and friend.
“We are sending our love and support to all of the family and friends impacted by this tragic loss. We love and miss you so much Jeanine. Statera Therapies remains open for massage clients. However, for the time being, floats will be unavailable. Thank you for your understanding.”
How did Jeanine Pinel die?
There was no cause of death reported for Jeanine Pinel at the time of this publication. However, her family has confirmed the heartbreaking news. She leaves behind her beloved husband and beautiful children. Thoughts and prayers are with everyone affected.
About Jeanine Pinel
In 2014, Jeanine completed her studies at McKay Career Training and became a registered member of the Massage Therapist Association of Saskatchewan (MTAS). Her focus lies in administering diverse treatments, including Myofascial Release, Mobilization Techniques, Deep Tissue Massage, and Trigger Point Therapy, catering to individual needs.
Additionally, she held accreditations from both WCB and SGI. Jeanine has maintained an active lifestyle, demonstrating a particular fondness for various sports, notably her deep-seated passion for horses.
Her curiosity about human anatomy and the mechanics of the body has been a consistent trait. Jeanine consistently sought avenues to enhance the well-being of her clients, aiding them in achieving equilibrium in their bodies and day-to-day functions.
Many have regarded her as one of the most capable women they have encountered, recognizing her strength, intelligence, and independence. Her diverse interests and hobbies are too numerous to fully enumerate.
Obituary and Funeral arrangements for Jeanine Pinel have not been made by the family.
Saskatoon is a city straddling the South Saskatchewan River in Saskatchewan, Canada. North along the riverside Meewasin Trail is Wanuskewin Heritage Park, with exhibitions exploring indigenous culture.
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