Fasten your seat belts we are moving at warp speed! Read about our newest additions and keep your eyes open for exciting upcoming news…summer yoga?… did someone say Acupuncture?!
Bryan is currently a student at Mount Royal University and is expected to graduate and receive his 2200-hour diploma by June 30, 2017. Bryan also holds a Bachelors in Kinesiology, as a result he offers focused treatments that are functional in nature.
Bryan is passionate about providing therapeutic treatments that are both rehabilitative and restorative. He cares deeply about educating clients and believes that good health is a result of a balance between treatment and self-care. Bryan offers deep tissue massage, relaxation, migraine/headache relief and sport injury rehabilitation.
Bryan is available at our student rates
Mondays – Thursdays 3-9pm
Saturdays 8:30am – 4:00pm
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Service Spotlight – Student Special
Eileen and Bryan will be graduating at the end of June! To celebrate we are offering student special rates until June 30th.
60 minute massage for $55
90 minute massage for $90
They are both excellent therapists so be sure to take advantage of this great rate before they move up to Tier 1!
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Let’s Give Dad a Hand This Year…
On his back…kneading the tension from his tight muscles with a massage! We have designed a treat just for Dads:
Work out the kinks with a massage, treat him to a float session to further ease his tension, and keep him smelling wonderful with an all natural soap. $99 +gst
Purchase Our Father’s Day Special Now
By Don Dillon RMT
“It’s Just Stress”. People worry about troubling symptoms such as headaches, neck tension, upset stomach and trouble sleeping. A well-meaning friend, family member or even primary health care provider may assure them, “It’s just stress”. More often than not, we receive little direction what to do about stress and its impact on our body. We would do well to understand the stress response, its life-saving function in our body, and how too much of it can cause us real trouble.
Stress is costly. Job-related stress costs the Canadian economy $16 billion annually. Job-related stress claims are responsible for 19% of absenteeism, 40% of employee turnover and consume 55% of employee benefits. Thirty percent of short-term and long-term disability costs correlate with job-related stress, and at least 10% of drug plan costs are for psychotherapeutic prescriptions.*
It’s actually not stress that causes us harm…it’s our response to it. In Dr. Robert Sapolsky’s book Zebras Don’t Get Ulcers, he describes most mammals are designed for “3 minutes of screaming terror” as they are pursued by a predator, or chasing prey as the desperately hungry predator themselves. continue reading
Jen is returning on Tuesday Feb 14th, just in time to provide care for you and those you love on Valentine’s day! Jen provides excellent treatments in:
relaxation, deep tissue and hot stone massage
pre and post natal massage
massage for infants and children
Along with expertise in treating TMJ dysfunction. (see article below)
Jen will be available:
Tuesdays – Fridays
9:45am – 4:00pm
If you experience symptoms of pain in your jaw, the inability to open your mouth comfortably, a popping or clicking sound in your jaw or frequent unexplained headaches, you may be experiencing TMJ discomfort. Massage can be a highly effective form of therapy that can bring relief from pain experienced from dysfunction of the temporomandibular joint.
Your therapist will assess the range of motion of the neck and facial muscles, opening and closing of the mouth to see the movement of the jaw. A full massage treatment of these areas will also include one of the most important parts; use of gloves for an intra-oral treatment of the muscles inside the jaw related to its movement. A treatment plan initially consists of approximately five – ½ hour sessions depending on the severity of the dysfunction.
Clients who follow through with their treatment plans have expressed experiencing a significant decrease in pain in their jaw, an increase in the range of motion of the jaw and a significant decline in headaches. If you or anyone you know experience TMJ dysfunction, Jen can help!
Here’s a testimonial from one of Jen’s past clients:
Tina. V ~
“ Due to suffering an acute TMJ injury it was recommended that I try intra-oral TMJ massage to assist in alleviating some of the pain in my TMJ joint and surrounding jaw muscles. Jen Burt is very gentle yet knowledgeable and trustworthy in this area. Her massages were pivotal in my pain management as well as ultimate recovery. I’d highly recommend anyone suffering from either an acute or chronic TMJ injury to visit Jen!”
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