Registered Massage Therapist
As a competitive cheerleader, Alyssa has had her struggles with sports injuries. At the end of her first season, she had an injury that stopped her from completing simple everyday activities. Unfortunately, she was advised that she didn’t need any rehabilitation treatments and the injury never fully recovered. When she started attending the massage therapy program at MacEwan, she realized just how beneficial massage and the proper care could be for someone struggling with an injury and everyday pain. Having experienced and learned the benefits first hand, she now has even more of a drive to help people recover from injuries, and get back to their old selves.
Alyssa’s treatment style is versatile and changes based on the needs of each individual. She uses a variety of techniques to help people suffering not only from sports related injuries, but the everyday aches and pains that can occur.
She is a Registered Massage Therapist with 2200 hours of training. She graduated from MacEwan University’s two year diploma program in June of 2015, and has been registered with the Remedial Massage Therapists Association since March of 2015.
Alyssa aims to educate clients on proper self-care between massages, with the goal of staying healthy and pain free in the long term. She believes regular massage and self-care are essential to maintain a healthy, pain free lifestyle.
Alyssa’s areas of interest include:
- Sports Injuries
- Tension Headaches
- Stress Management
- Whiplash Injuries
- Sports Performance
- Plantar Fasciitis
- Prenatal Massage