Moksha Yoga - Studio - Edmonton

By: Moksha Yoga Edmonton  09-12-2011
Keywords: Muscles

Treatment Length Times:

60 minutes ~ $75.00

75 minutes ~ $90.00

90 minutes ~ $110.00

Relaxation Massage - (Swedish) Relaxation Massage looks at the body as a whole. Using a variety of strokes the intention of a relaxation massage is to create an overall mental, physical and spiritual state of well-being. Relaxation massage lowers stress levels, improves both vascular and lymphatic circulation, lowers blood pressure, improves mental clarity and decreases muscular tension.

Sport Massage/Therapeutic Massage - (Deep tissue) massage is a type of massage aimed at the deeper tissue structures of the muscle and fascia, also called connective tissue. Deep tissue massage uses many of the same movements and techniques as Swedish massage, but the pressure will generally be more intense. It is also a more focused type of massage, as the therapist works to release chronic muscle tension or knots (also known as "adhesions.")

Trigger Point Massage - also known as myofascial trigger points, are areas of hyperirritability in the soft tissue structure. These can be acute sources of pain or latent, unnoticed by the client until pressure is applied by the practitioner. Trigger points are manifested as small contraction knots in the muscles, that control the state of contraction and active ones may cause muscle spasm and referred pain.

TMJ Massage - Massage therapy can help TMJ sufferers for the obvious reason relaxing your muscles as well as aiding in de-stressing you. The benefits of massage are not limited to your TMJ but as you may be highly stressed massage will help you learn how to relax and unclench knotted muscles in your shoulders, neck and face, including your jaw. External and intraoral massage is an effective treatment for clients who suffer from TMJ dysfunction, trigger point-related headaches or excess jaw tension. Latex-free gloves are worn while working inside the mouth to release the muscles and fascia involved in mastication and jaw clenching.

Registered Massage Therapist

Bree Skiba graduated from the Massage Therapy program at MH Vicars School of Massage Therapy in 2007 and has recently started Balance Massage Therapy out of Moksha Yoga Edmonton.  She is a member of the Natural Health Practitioners of Canada (NHPC).  The treatments that Bree performs include relaxation, therapeutic and trigger point massage.  But also has a deep interest and training in TMJ massage (temporomandibular joint disorders). 

If she is not on the basketball court you’ll find Bree in the river valley training three days a week with Soldiers of fitness. Her love for recreational and competitive sports started at a young age. Growing up in Cold Lake exposed Bree to numerous outdoor adventures. She has been competitive in a wide range of sports including x-country skiing, track & field, boxing and volleyball. 

Bree is also a personal trainer and is continually educating herself so that she may offer the best to her clients. Since Bree is both a Registered Massage Therapist and Personal Fitness trainer, she is very knowledgeable when discussing and explaining remedial exercises/stretches, home care and nutrition for an overall healthy and balanced lifestyle.  She believes Massage Therapy and complimentary approaches such as exercise and relaxation are safe and effective techniques to restore balance allowing our entire body to heal itself and work efficiently.

Registered Massage Therapist and a member of The Natural Health Practitioners of Canada

Robert grew up in Cochrane, Alberta. He was heavily involved with competitive swimming. Due to the repetitive nature of the sport, Robert soon began to experience strains in the low back and shoulders. Through the cooperative work of massage and physical therapy, Robert was able to compete in swimming for 12 years. Once graduated from high school, Robert decided to become involved in the non-invasive healing techniques of massage therapy.

After graduating from MacEwan's 2 year massage therapy program in 2007, Robert has found himself drawn to various massage techniques. The treatments that Robert performs are: Pre/Post Natal, Relaxation, Therapeutic/ Deep Tissue and Trigger Point Therapy. Given that times are changing and education is key to one's personal success, Robert continues to further his knowledge of massage therapy through continuing education courses. Robert is looking forward to working with the wonderful individuals who are involved with Balance Massage and Moksha Yoga Edmonton.

The information in this article was current at 06 Dec 2011

Keywords: Muscles

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