#215, 2335 162nd Avenue SW, Calgary AB

Located in Bridlewood

Next to Great Clips and near the Sobeys.

Ph: 403-254-8588


Fax: 403-254-8533

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Laura Metrow, RMT

Tues: 1pm – 8pm

Wed: 1pm – 8pm

Thurs: 1pm – 8pm

Fri: 9am – 1pm

Karen Cortez, RMT

Mon: 2pm - 6:30pm
Wed: 8am - 12pm

Thurs: 8am - 12pm

Fri: 5pm - 7:30pm

Sat: 8 am -3pm


Jason Guyett, RMT

Thurs: 6:30pm - 9:30pm

Friday:  4:30pm - 8:30pm

Sat: Various; please contact clinic

Massage Pricing

As of September 2019

30 minute Massage


45 minute Massage


60 minute Massage


90 minute Massage


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Massage Packages

Buy 5 get 1 free!

This massage package includes 6 massages of 60 or 90 minutes in length!

Please call the clinic for more details and to schedule your next massage!


More about Massage

Massage has many benefits for the human body, and the mind. Physically, it can help loosen muscles, break down adhesions and scar tissue, release trigger points, help your lymphatic system, release restrictions in the fascia and release tender points.

Massage also has an effect on our minds. Massage helps activate our parasympathetic nervous system, decrease levels of stress hormones, and help our muscle relax through decreased feelings of stress and anxiety.

That paragraph probably had some terms that didn't really make sense. You may be wondering, "what the heck does that mean?" You're not alone! This list will give a quick explanation of what those terms mean.

  • Parasympathetic nervous system: It is part of our nervous system that controls resting and digesting. It helps tell our body to relax

  • Adhesions: dense collection scar tissue in the muscle

  • Scar tissue: tough, fibrous, inflexible fiberous material. It is the body trying to repair itself

  • Trigger Point: a sensitive point on the body that causes referring pain when compressed

  • Lymphatic system: a network of vessels containing lymph (a fluid that helps our body drain metabolic waste

  • Fascia: a connective tissue that helps connect the skin to the body

  • Tender points: an area of tenderness that does not refer pain