Check out our beautiful West Edmonton clinic located within the Sandman Hotel West. You can enjoy the same excellent treatments as our south location. At Alberta Momentum Massage Therapy & Wellness, the focus is on therapeutic massage. The registered massage therapists also provide a good relaxation massage to alleviate stress, and promote restoration & repair!
Easy access on 178 St, and Stony Plain Rd., close to West Edmonton Mall and the Miscericordia Hospital. Park on the north side of the hotel and enter the main lobby by Denny’s, next to the Chop House. Go past the desk towards the pool and we are on the left side.
Each of the certified Registered Massage Therapists (RMTs) is able to provide an email or paper receipt for all insurance companies.
We are happy to announce that Trish has graduated, including completion of the required practice hours to provide receipts!
RMT Erin F
A previous chronic pain sufferer herself, Erin understands the challenges and frustrations that can come with pain. Using an array of massage therapy techniques, postural correction and therapeutic exercise, Erin will work with you to reduce your discomfort long-term. She is experienced and knowledgeable in sports, relaxation, deep tissue, pre-natal and post-natal massage. Erin is a MacEwan graduate with certification in low back and pelvic pain as well as myofascial cupping. She is enthusiastic about finding the right treatment for you and your lifestyle.
RMT Liz D
Liz loves learning about how people move through the world. Repetitive tasks at work, old injuries, new injuries, natural body posture, stress and any combination of things in your life play a role in how you move. Liz wants to provide treatments for people that help them take part in their own health. She provides an environment that makes it possible for people to settle into themselves; increasing ease in movement not just in the physical body but in all aspects of their life. She comes to the west clinic at Alberta Momentum after practicing several years at the south side and some recent travel experience.Graduate of Grant MacEwan University 2200 hour Massage Therapy diploma in 2014, Liz uses myofascial cupping, myofascial release, deep tissue, therapeutic, Swedish massage techniques to release tension and injury held in the body.
Liz is also a graduate of Grant MacEwan University 3300 hour Holistic Heath Practitioners diploma in 2011. The knowledge from this program allows Liz to look at your treatment with a holistic approach. Using Reiki, Reflexology, and a basic understanding of Acupressure make it possible for Liz adjust your treatments to suit you.
RMT Trish M
Are you so tense that you are starting to feel (and maybe look!) like Quasimodo? A graduate of MH Vicars School of Massage Therapy, Trish can help you feel more like yourself again. Whether your issues stem from injury or the general wear and tear of life, she will work with you to find the right mix of methods, including Deep Tissue, Trigger Point, Swedish Massage and Fascia work, that will work best for you. As a lifter and paddler, she understands the muscle tension and injuries that can accompany an active lifestyle. Trish enjoys working with people in all ages and stages of life, with the goals of reducing pain and improving quality of movement.
RMT Reuben A
Do you sometimes feel like your back or neck is one giant knot? Reuben specializes in relieving neck pain and stiffness. He completed the excellent two year program at MH Vicars and has taken additional training in prenatal massage. Treating trigger points caused by imbalanced posture, extended periods of sitting, repetitive strain injuries, and other injuries are all part of Reuben's practice. If you want a massage to rejuvenate or need to relax, then Reuben's versatile technique can accommodate that as well.
RMT Rachelle H - back from leave
Rachelle is a graduate of MacEwan University with a Diploma in Massage Therapy with 2200 hours. She is passionate about her work, because she enjoys using her hands, mind and heart to help people. She is committed to ongoing learning and is continuing to expand her knowledge. Rachelle does Swedish, Deep Tissue, Trigger Point, Sport, and Myofascial Release, and Pregnancy (Maternity) Massage Therapy. She works with children, adults and older adults. She is interested in remedial therapy for her clients.
RMT Karin F
Karin is a graduate of the 2200 hour program at MH Vicars School of Massage and a registered member of the Natural Health Practitioners of Canada. Karin was initiated into Reiki in 2014, and completed her Usui/Holy Fire ART/Master training in 2016 at Stonehenge, England (teacher William Lee Rand). Karin is also a trained Yoga Alliance teacher (with over 500 hours of training), a certified davidji Masters of Wisdom & Meditation teacher, and sound healer. She has a 50-hour training each in Gong (sound) therapy, Ayurvedic Yoga Therapy, and Hawaiian Sacred Lomi massage. She holds bachelor degrees in Psychology and Law. Karin specializes in relaxation and therapeutic massage, assessment, myofascial work along with cupping, prenatal massage, Reiki treatments, and Lomi Lomi massage. Karin loves to travel, and enjoys hosting women’s yoga and creative retreats. Her hobbies include club-level soccer, masters swimming, rock climbing, and yoga. Having sustained numerous muscular and ligament injuries, she appreciates the role of massage in facilitating healing of sports-related injuries and understands the client’s desire to return to sport. Her motor vehicle injury last year provided her with sensitivity and a wealth of insight into massage treatment for whiplash and associated injuries. She can provide receipts for massage therapy as well as receipts for Reiki for those with health spending accounts.
RMT Michelle R
Michelle is a graduate from the Massage Therapy program at Grant MacEwan University. She previously obtained her diploma in Occupational and Physical Therapy Assistance from Medicine Hat College. Wanting to know more about what the body is capable of she decided to expand her knowledge and continue with an education in Massage Therapy to become her own therapist. She uses a variety of techniques which includes Swedish relaxation, trigger point therapy, myofascial release techniques, manual lymphatic drainage, hydrotherapy, myofascial cupping, pre and post-natal pregnancy massage. Michelle also has training in Kinesio taping. Due to her enthusiastic interest in the human body, she continually strives to challenge herself and find opportunities to grow both as a person and as a therapist.