Massage SW Calgary
Learn about Massage SW Calgary. Let’s start with the basics. What is Massage Therapy?
Massage is a hands on practice where the therapist manipulates your soft tissue (think muscles and fascia). This is done to decrease tension, increase circulation, and promote general well being. This type of therapy encompasses an extensive range of treatments for many ailments. Whether you want a relaxing massage or need something a little more intense for an old injury. Massage has plenty of benefits. Massage is a very safe therapy that can provide you with some immediate relief.
Prairie Therapy is pleased to offer Massage Services conveniently located on 17th Ave SW in Calgary. Massage can be very effective as a stand alone treatment to relieve pain and reduce stress. However it can also be used as a complement to other therapies. A combination of osteopathic, physiotherapy, acupuncture, and massage therapy treatments can benefit you if you have a more complicated injury or condition.
What Does Massage Help?
If you are having difficulty coping with chronic pain, you may also wish to pursue massage therapy. Massage can be a great tool to provide immediate pain relief. Some conditions massage therapy can help with are:
- Repetitive strain injuries
- Carpal tunnel
- TMJ dysfunction
- Poor posture
- Chronic pain
- Poor circulation
- Pre-natal massage
- Nerve pain
For those who struggle with chronic neck pain, back pain, and hip pain, relief may be hard to come by. It may become increasingly difficult to manage such pains, and a beneficial and soothing method to do so is through regular massage therapy appointments.
How Can you Benefit from Massage?
There are not only physical benefits of massage therapy, there can be mental benefits as well. Depending on your goals and the goals of your therapist, you can expect to have:
- Decrease in muscle tension
- Increase in circulation
- Increase in lymphatic drainage
- Decrease in stress
- Increased sense of relaxation
- Improved sleep
- Improved immune function
- Improved digestion
- Increased overall sense of well being
As mentioned above Massage Therapy is a very safe modality, and there are few contraindications.
Registered Massage SW Calgary
Our team of Massage Therapists are delighted to provide massage therapy in Calgary SW. Our massage therapists are Registered (RMT’s) and able to provide insurance receipts for the massage. Kevin is able to Direct Bill your insurance company. We encourage you to check your plan prior to coming in, however most third party insurance companies cover Massage Therapy in Calgary. Prairie Therapy offers a relaxing, welcoming, clean environment for massage therapy treatments. As Prairie Therapy focuses on the importance of health Kevin Jansen can provide therapeutic massage therapy services.
Our RMTs have expertise in deep-tissue massages, prenatal massages, myofascial releases, Swedish massages, and Active Release Techniques. Both of our massage therapists have impressive reviews and reputations. Check out some of their reviews here. At the beginning of every appointment you will have a quick conversation with your therapist to see what areas you would like focussed on. You can decide with your therapist if you would like to focus on a specific area/injury, or work on full body.
Prairie Therapy’s Kevin Jansen focuses on an approach geared towards the long-term success specific to a client’s needs. Kevin offers neuro-fascial reset therapy centered on diminishing discomfort for those struggling with chronic pain conditions. Kevin is an avid runner and has a passion for distance running. He can help you keep your body and mind healthy to reach your activity goals. Kevin offers therapeutic massages for 90-minute ($135.00), 60-minute ($95.00), 45-minute ($85.00), and 30-minute ($55.00) sessions.
These sessions can be booked online here or by contacting the clinic to book at 403-200-2190.
We are proud to be serving the Calgary area, and our local neighbors in Calgary’s Beltline, Downtown, Mission, Lower Mount Royal, Sunalta, Scarboro, Bankview, and Calgary SW.
Written by: Christine Dixon
Posted March 26, 2023 revised April 27, 2023