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Massage Therapy in Spruce Grove

Offered at both of our practice locations, massage therapy is a collaboration of techniques used to treat numerous health-related conditions in a patient. It helps restore balance to the body, as well as the mind, in a relaxing environment. Regardless of what you hope to get out of your massage (a luxurious treat, stress relief, or pain management), massage therapy can be a powerful ally in your healthcare regimen.

What Are Some Benefits?

Hands massaging backThe incredible benefits of massage are doubly powerful when you receive therapeutic massage treatments on a regular basis. Our Registered Massage Therapists at 360° Wellness have built a foundation of skills in treating a multitude of ailments. Such conditions include, but are not limited to:

  • Motor vehicle accidents
  • Sports-related injuries
  • TMJ dysfunction
  • Prenatal and postnatal treatments
  • The fascial release of scar tissue

Each treatment provided is unique to the individual needs of the patient.

Good place to go for a full body massage. Outstanding!”
Sunny B.

Our Massage Techniques

Therapeutic & Deep Tissue Massage

Our therapeutic and deep tissue massages are effective for treating severe acute pain and chronic health issues. Techniques include neuromuscular facilitation, lymphatic drainage, trigger point therapy, PNF stretching, fascial release as well as proper education on at-home care, pre/post event stretching and postural awareness.

Prenatal & Postnatal Massage

Our massages promote relaxation and, at the same time, help treat the following pregnancy-related conditions:

  • Sciatic pain
  • Sacral ligament strains
  • Hip discomfort
  • Chronic and acute low back pain
  • Removal of excess fluid retention

Postnatal treatments help relax tense muscles used to aid in childbirth as well as breastfeeding. Both treatments can be either therapeutic or for relaxation purposes.

Relaxation Massage

Using a variety of Swedish techniques, relaxation massage is the most complete treatment offered. This massage includes areas such as the feet, hands, scalp and face. It has been proven to increase circulation, lower stress levels and overall improve the natural function of the body and mind.


Cupping is an extraordinary technique that has been passed down for thousands of years. Therapeutic or myofascial cupping is a suction technique designed to pull toxin buildup and muscle spasm from the body’s deeper tissue to the surface of the skin.


Meet Our Massage Therapists


Genesis Gabriel, Registered Massage Therapist

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Crystal Taylor

Crystal Taylor, Registered Massage Therapist

Crystal is a graduate of the Grant MacEwan Massage Therapy Program. She believes that massage is an integral part of relieving stress in today’s fast paced world. Whether a reset to slow the mind and rejuvenate the body or deep tissue and trigger point work to help with healing after an injury, it’s all therapeutic. Having been in a rollover MVA gives her special insight into the benefits of massage therapy as part of a recovery protocol. She looks forward to helping you elevate your well-being.


Thomas Bretschneider, Registered Massage Therapist

Thomas has been a registered Massage therapist for the past 12 years he received his Massage therapy diploma of 3000h at Makami College Inc.

Shortly after he graduated from Makami College he became a Lead Instructor for Massage therapy and taught for six years the second-year program.

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Some of the common issues he works on with his clients are sports injuries, whiplash, joint capsule adhesion, muscle tension, myofascial adhesion, lower back pain, headaches, plantar fascia, fibromyalgia and Motor Vehicle Accidents.

He is certified in several other modalities that he combines to create a unique and personal synthesis for each session. Utilizing different therapies, he strives to find the client’s priorities and addresses them one layer at a time.

Massage Service:

  • Myo-skeletal therapy
  • Cyriax’s Friction therapy
  • Soft tissue release
  • Orthopedic massage therapy
  • Neuromuscular therapy
  • Myofascial release
  • PNF/Active Isolated Stretching
  • Trigger point therapy
  • Relaxing Massage therapy


  • Functional Range Conditioning (FRC) by Dr.Andreo Spina
  • Myo (muscle) skeletal Therapy by Dr.Erik Dalton
  • Advanced Sports massage by Kip Petch
  • Cyriax’s Friction Therapy by Dr.Lanre Salami
  • Orthopedic massage by James Waslaski
  • PNF stretching
  • Universal College of Foot Reflexology


Brittany Peacock, Registered Massage Therapist

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Melissa Griffin, Registered Massage Therapist

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Sara Hayes, Registered Massage Therapist

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Charity Piper, Massage Therapist

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Frequently Asked Questions

Does my insurance cover massage therapy?

The coverage for massage therapy can vary depending on the specific details of your health insurance plan. To determine if your policy includes coverage for massage therapy, it is advisable to directly contact your insurance provider and inquire about the specifics of your individual plan.

What should I wear during a massage session?

When receiving a massage, you have the freedom to choose what you feel most comfortable wearing. Whether you prefer to undress completely or keep your underwear on, rest assured that professional massage therapists prioritize your privacy and use proper draping techniques throughout the entire session.

Are there any recommendations for aftercare following a massage?

After receiving a massage, it is important to prioritize hydration by drinking plenty of water. Sufficient hydration helps eliminate toxins from your body and maintains a healthy fluid balance. Additionally, it is beneficial to allow yourself some rest and avoid engaging in strenuous activities for a few hours, allowing your body to fully relax and maximize the benefits of the massage.

How does massage therapy complement chiropractic treatment?

Massage therapy serves as a valuable complement to chiropractic care by addressing muscle relaxation, reducing tension, and improving blood circulation. These combined benefits help prepare your body for chiropractic adjustments and support overall healing. By incorporating massage therapy into your chiropractic treatment, you can experience a holistic approach tailored to your specific needs and promote enhanced well-being.

Contact Us

Discover for yourself the remarkable benefits of massage therapy. Contact our practice today to schedule a session!


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