ANDREA KECK RMT
After graduating from Indian Head High School Andrea pursued her dream of being a massage therapist. She always wanted a job that would bring her great gratification. For her, that is helping people manage their pain. In 2007 she successfully graduated from the Western College of Remdial Massage Therapy. Andrea worked at building her practice and after 7 years decided it was time to expand. And so it began, Allay Wellness Centre. She is trained in a wide variety of therapeutic techniques including releasing connective tissue and muscle restrictions, reducing muscle pain and soreness, nerve impingements, muscle strains, and general relaxation. Upon graduating she has gained further knowledge with continuing education in Myofascial Release, Prenatal, Hot stone massage and Cold Laser Therapy. She is currently a registered therapist with the Massage Therapy Association of Saskatchewan, allowing her services to be used towards insurance claims as well as WCB and SGI approved treatments. Massage is her passion and she believes it shows in the treatments that her clients receive. Andrea is ONLY accepting new Cold Laser Therapy Clients.
NICHOLE TWA RMT
Nichole graduated from the Western College of Remedial Massage Therapy in June 2018. Her passion started in high school learning the basics of the human body, she wanted to expand her knowledge about the body through massage therapy. Being a new graduate, she is excited to start her career in this continually growing industry. She is a member of the Massage Therapist Association of Saskatchewan (MTAS) and has training in Therapeutic Massage, as well as Hot Stone Massage Therapy. She is interested in helping people learn about their body, and the best ways to get them back to their normal function. She is caring, kind, and knowledgeable. Accepting new clients!
JILL BULLOCK REFLEXOLOGIST
Warm. Compassionate. Caring. These are all ways to describe Jill and a healing session with her. Jill's career in the Mind-Body-Spirit field began as a Reiki Master practitioner. During her Reiki training, Jill discovered the profound healing benefits of finding inner balance and deeper levels of relaxation. The need to share these insights and help others was clear. Jill continued her training in other modalities becoming certified in ThetaHealing®, warm stone relaxation massage, and Raindrop Therapy. Most recently, Jill completed training in the natural healing art of Foot Reflexology and earned her professional certification through the Reflexology Association of Canada. She has also continued her reflexology training with a Maternity/Fertility certification as well as Light Touch Reflexology for Baby and Toddlers teacher training. Jill strives to bring a truly unique healing experience to her work. Come relax, enjoy and be pampered as you discover a truly healing experience.
JANNA HOLTZ RMT
Janna graduated from the Western College of Remedial Massage Therapies in 2012 and is a member of the Massage Therapist Association of Saskatchewan (MTAS). She loves her career and enjoys continuing to expand her knowledge and skills. She has taken numerous classes and workshops including pain and therapeutic yoga practices, prenatal massage level one, and a week-long continuing education trip to explore the history of massage in Greece. She uses a wide variety of techniques and every treatment is tailored to that client's needs.
Janna has a passion for health and wellness as well as helping others, which made massage therapy the perfect career for her. Janna’s clients consistently comment that she is skilled and caring, and makes them feel listened to and comfortable. Whether you are looking for deep tissue work, a relaxation massage, or something in between, Janna is an extremely adaptable therapist who strives to give every client a great experience. She is accepting new clients and looks forward to meeting you.
AMANDA MCNAUGHTON RMT
Amanda is a full-time Registered Massage Therapist. She completed a two-year program at Western College of Remedial Massage Therapies in 2007 and became a member of the Massage Therapist Association of Saskatchewan (MTAS). In 2017 Amanda will begin her 10th year in the massage therapy profession which included 7 years in a mutlidiscipliary clinic working along side Chiropractors, Acupuncturists and Massage Therapists. In her spare time, she stays active by participating in team sports and loves to be outdoors camping, hiking, cycling and cross-country skiing. Being involved with these types of activities has made her aware of the physical strain they can have on the body. Amanda is very passionate about the benefits of massage and helping others. She believes there is more to massage therapy than just relaxing muscles and treats people with the same compassion she would her family and friends. Her goal is to provide an appropriate treatment and educate people about their body. Amanda is accepting new patients!
ANDI JOHNSON RMT
Andi was born and raised in Regina and is a recent grad from WCRMT. She is passionate about assisting in the well-being of her clients as best she can. With treatments she works toward helping her client maintain and carry out a pain free, functional, and relaxed day to day life. Using assessment, treatment and applicable home protocol of stretches and strengthening exercises Andi can help her clients reach their goals and receive the most out of their massage therapy treatments. Andi is certified in therapeutic massage, relaxation massage, as well as a certificate in Sports Massage and Soft Tissue Release. Now accepting new clients!
VICKI TRAMER RMT
Vicki graduated from the Western College of Remedial Massage Therapies in June, 2016. She was first introduced to the benefits of deep tissue massage after developing repetitive muscular strain as a Register Dental Assistant in a very busy Dental Office. She understands how so many people carry the burden of physical strain from their occupations and that was part of the reason for her enrollment into massage therapy school.
As a practicing health professional for the past 11 years, Vicki’s experience with patient comfort and care is something she feels strongly about incorporating into her massage practice.
For many years, Vicki was on the receiving end of deep tissue massage therapy, due to the physical strain of her occupation. Through education and experience, she has developed a thorough understanding of how repetitive strain injuries occur and can be treated through massage. She is also very cognitive of how mental health can cause muscular tension and at times be physically disabling, something that proper massage therapy can help prevent.
Vicki’s self-awareness of mind, body, and spirit, has improved her physical and mental wellbeing. As a registered massage therapist, she has made it her mission to bring the same awareness of improved physical and mental wellbeing to her clients.