Services & Pricing
At Alberta Momentum Massage Therapy in Edmonton, we offer a wide variety of treatment styles and durations to best meet the needs of each client. If you have questions about the type or length of treatment that might best suit you, please call us at (780) 488-8640 and we’ll try to help.
Many people benefit from massage for illnesses, injuries or wellbeing. Others enjoy massage because of the relaxation and opportunity to connect their mind and body. Some may benefit from massage in conjunction with other practitioners, such as physiotherapists; others may need to have specialty care. Our massage therapists begin by obtaining a health history and work to provide you with optimal relief. Home care exercises or self care may be recommended.
Massage therapy is not intended as a replacement for medical care.
Therapeutic Massage Therapy
60 Minute $95 | 75 Minute $120 | 90 Minute $135
Sports Massage is a form of Therapeutic Massage where the therapist manipulates the body’s tendons, ligaments and muscles with the goal to prepare the client for an activity (marathon, weight training, hockey, etc.) or to recover or rehabilitate from one. Utilize Sports massage to:
- Prepare muscles for a specific event
- Loosen and gently stretch muscles
- Increase flexibility
- Prevent stiffness
Our goal is to help you to maintain or reach fitness goals, help to speed recovery and avoid injury. Whether you’re a triathlete, play recreational sports, or just picked up a new hobby, your therapist can help you reach your goals and maintain your health.
“Pregnancy massage” is a term for massage during or after pregnancy (prenatal and postnatal massage).
Prenatal pregnancy massage may promote relaxation, sleep, a feeling of wellness, and a decrease discomfort. Changes in ligaments and pressures on muscles may lead to strain or discomfort in the back, hips, shoulders, and feet. During the later stages of pregnancy, therapists use specially designed pillows (bolsters) to help you lay comfortably on your side during your massage.
Postnatalmassage focuses on relaxation and strengthening of the muscles and tissues, with modifications until 6 to 8 weeks after delivery, and in the side lying position. Circulation, wellbeing and discomfort may be improved.
One of the world’s most ancient forms of healing therapy, Traditional Thai Massage came out of the teachings of Ayurvedic medicine during the time of Buddha. Over 2,500 years later, Thai Massage remains rooted in these ancient teachings and offers a unique and effective method of relaxation and enhanced energy flow. There are several approaches to Thai Massage. The intent is to help promote relaxation and the natural movement of energy throughout your body using a combination of traditional Thai massage, compression techniques, and energy work along “Sen” energy lines.
Note: Thai Table Massage is a fully clothed form of massage. Oil is not used. Please wear comfortable, loose fitting or stretchy clothes that will allow a full range of motion for you. Dress like you would for a Yoga class or trip to the gym.
Specialty Massage Therapy
60 Minute $120 | 75 Minute $140 | 90 Minute $150
In Hot Bamboo/Rattan Massage, hollow bamboo sticks of different lengths and diameters are used. Larger bamboo sticks glide and roll on larger muscles. Shorter, thinner stick are used on tension or trigger points. Even smaller sticks may be used on hands and feet. Pressure may be gentle or deeper, depending on client needs. Bamboo may be combined with other methods. Muscle tension may be released, lymphatic drainage improved, and fascia released. For many therapists, the bamboo is an extension of their hands and they feel energized in providing the massage.
- improved circulation
- relieve muscle tenderness
- ease arthritis or fibromyalgia pain
- reduce stress and anxiety, reduce muscle spasm and tone
- cleanse and heal skin.
The combination of herbal compress with Swedish relaxation massage just might leave you feeling incredible!
Book Your Treatment
60 Minute $105 | 75 Minute $130 | 90 Minute $145 | 120 Minute $190
Depending on the need of the client and the therapist’s additional skills & certifications the massage therapist may integrate one or more speciality or additional modalities. For example, they often start with an orthopaedic assessment. They may use cupping for myofascial release of the shoulder, dry brushing to promote lymphatic drainage from an injured area, or hot stones/bamboo to release tension.
Reiki is a gentle form of energy healing work to promote relaxation and stress reduction. The therapist may use it alone or with other treatments
A 30-minute Orthopaedic Assessment is an option for clients on their initial or follow up visit. This is recommended for those looking to understand more about their own postural/muscle imbalances, contributing factors to their chief complaint, and to develop a fast and effective treatment plan.
A lymphatic drainage massage is done in a specific rhythm and direction to increase flow of the lymphatic system. The massage therapist uses light pressure and long gently rhythmic strokes on the skin. They may also use circular and scooping motions. The movements follow the direction of the structure of the lymphatic system to increase its flow through its channels.
Manual Osteopathic Treatment
60 Minutes $120 | 90 Minutes $170
Manual Osteopathy is an integrated approach to assess, treat and restore the functionality of the structure and rhythms of the human body, in order to optimize its self-regulation capacity.
Unlike most manual techniques that mainly address the musculoskeletal system, osteopathy also targets other systems, including the circulatory, nervous, urinary, gynecological, reproductive, respiratory, and fascia.
In the Manual Osteopathic Treatment, the therapist applies soft tissue, osteoarticular, craniosacral, and visceral techniques using a gentle, hands-on approach, to adjust the person’s anatomy and physiology toward self-healing
Please note: Manual Osteopathy is done with clothing on. Minimum oil is used for the treatment. Please wear loose-fitting clothing (preferably a loose short sleeve shirt and shorts).
If you have a health insurance plan, please confirm your coverage of Osteopathy provided by a CMMOTA member.
Call our receptionist, Monday to Friday 8:00 am to 6:00 pm; Saturday, Sunday and Holidays 10:00 am to 5:00 pm.
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