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Submitted by desrosin.local on Sat, 09/26/2015 - 11:24am

What We Do

Massage therapy is a modality of physical medicine (non-chemical) that is used as a primary or secondary method of treatment for dysfunction and to promote wellness in a healthy individual. It releases chronic tension and pain in muscles, improves circulation, increases flexibility in the joints and reduces mental and physical fatigue. Massage is also one of the best known antidotes for stress.

Your First appointment

  • Referral?  No referral is required to see a massage therapist
  • For your appointment to be covered by an extended Health Plan, you will need a referral from your physician. 
  • All new patients/clients are given an assessment on their first treatment.
  • Arrive fifteen minutes early to fill out forms or save time by clicking here to complete the forms on your computer, print and bring in with you.
  • Bring a pair of shorts for lower extremity injury and back injuries.
  • Bring a sleeveless t-shirt or tank top for an upper extremity injury.
  • Bring your Alberta Health Care card if you are qualified under one of the AHC plans.
  • You may be asked to provide further information when booking, such as a claim number or information for a motor vehicle accident or Workman’s Compensation Board.

How to Make an Appointment

  • Telephone:  403-220-8232
  • 10:00 am - 5:00 pm, Tuesday and Thursday only
  • A notice of cancellation or re-scheduling of an appointment is required 24 hours prior to your appointment.  If notice is not received, a cancellation fee may be applied.

Current Fee Schedule

  • 30 minute session $60
  • 60 minute session $100
  • 90 minute session $140

Submitted by desrosin.local on Sun, 11/22/2015 - 10:37am

Meet Our Team

Ed Louie

Ed Louie has been studying the human anatomy for the past 31 years. From his initial university degree, many years as an active coach and therapist of international level team sports, and his own personal sport training on an elite level, Ed has an exceptional understanding of body dynamics.

Ed has been a Sport and Therapeutic Massage practitioner since 1994.