Massage Therapy and Treatments | 1621 Gym 306-570-1621

1621 Health and Lifestyle Club provides access to highly trained massage therapists with experience in a wide range of treatment options to help you with any injury or physical challenge.  Call 306-570-1621 to book an appointment.

1621 THERAPISTS

Here at 1621 we take pride in helping our members and clients with any challenge they may be experiencing within their body.  All of our therapists are equipped with skills and tools needed to aide in your recovery.

 

To book in please contact:

306.570.1621

info@1621club.com

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Leanne Pederson

RMT

I have been practicing massage therapy since 2003 and member of the Massage Therapists Association of Saskatchewan. Returning from a maternity leave with my second child, I am very excited to start a new chapter at 1621 club. As a veteran RMT I have extensive experience in deep tissue therapy, sports injuries, and common muscular problems. At home I like to play with the kids in the yard, go for walks, and hopefully start getting back into my favourite sport- triathlon! I am looking forward to getting to know the club and its members.

 

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Mandy Bishop 

Massage Therapist

RAPID Neuro-Fascial Reset Specialist

Reflexologist

Certified Personal Trainer

With a background in Kinesiology, Mandy takes a clinical approach to helping her clients recover quality of life through pain management and injury recovery utilizing RAPID NeuroFascial Reset, Massage Therapy, Manual Lymphatic Drainage, Reflexology and Personal Training.

A graduate of honors of the 700 hour Spa Therapy Diploma program at the Vancouver School of Bodywork and Massage, holistic and integrative health are a lifelong passion and a natural career path for Mandy. Since 2014, Mandy has been committed to continuing education in Massage Therapy, Personal Training and Kinesiology.

Mandy also has training in Indian Head Massage, Shiatsu, Aromatherapy, and Hot Stone Massage. Her integrative approach ensures you can feel confident in receiving a customized treatment plan for your needs.

 Massage treatments are eligible for reimbursement under the following insurance providers:

 

  • Assurances Dalbec

  • Claim Secure

  • Coughlan & Associates

  • Cowan Insurance Group

  • DA Towley & Associates

  • Desjardins Insurance

  • Empire Life

  • Great West Life

  • Green Shield Canada

  • Group Medical Services

  • Industrial Alliance

  • Johnson Insurance

  • Johnston Group

  • National Health Claim

  • Saskatchewan Blue Cross

  • Sirius Benefits

  • Standard Life

Tenille Brown RMT, Bowen Specialst

Tenille Brown

RMT

Bowen Therapist

Tenille Brown h-s proudly been with 1621 Club since the opening day in 2017.
Tenille has been a Remedial Massage Therapist since 2003 and a Bowen therapist since 2006. Focusing on these two therapies she has the ability to assess and recommend the most beneficial treatment plan based on an individuals need.
Tenille has been involved in a variety of sports at the Provincial and National level so she is well aware of the stress one can put on the body. She also understand the competitive nature of athletes and the frustration that occurs when an injury prohibits you from doing what you enjoy.
Throughout Tenilleʼs many years of being a therapist she has made Bowen Therapy her preferred Therapy based on results alone. Bowen Therapy allows Tenille to use gentle pressure in specific areas over the body to help facilitate the bodyʼs own innate ability to heal itself. Bowen is a technique that results in relief of many specific injuries as well as other health issues. Bowen results are often profound and long lasting.

Bowen Therapy activates the recovery process in situations where healing is stalled. Most people live in a state of high stress(Symp-thetic ANS). Healing can only occur when the Autonomic Nervous System(ANS) shifts from Sympathetic ANS(fight,flight or freeze mode) to the parasympathetic ANS(rest,relax and repair mode). Bowen Therapy encourages this shift.

When this shift occurs the entire body is being addressed as a whole rather than one area of concern.
In contrast to other hands on modalities, Bowen facilitates the body to heal itself with minimal intervention and is therefore safe to use on people of all ages and all degrees of health.

A few examples of the many conditions Bowen Therapy can help with are:

Musculoskeletal

-Carpel Tunnel
-Tendinitis (tennis/golfers elbow) -Shoulder/Neck pain or tension(frozen shoulder)

-Back pain
-Sciatica
-Arthritic pain
-Fibromyalgia
-Plantar Fasciitis
-Foot and Ankle problem (including sprain) Hip and Knee restrictions

-Shin splints
-Other sport related or traumatic injuries

Respiratory

-Asthma
-Bronchitis -Sinusitis(sinus problems) -Hay fever
-Cough/Cold
-Allergies

Digestive

-Indigestion -constipation -Colic(Babies)

Other Conditions

-Stress
-Chronic Fatigue
-TMJ
-He-d-ches/Some Migraines

-Hernia
-Bed wetting -Hemorrhoids Ear Aches

Bowen Therapy has also been reported to be one of the most relaxing therapies that clients have experienced. Some clients use it as a part of their regular self maintenance to reset the bodyʼs state of balance.

What to expect in 1 Bowen Therapy session

During a Bowen Therapy Session a patient will lie on the table and relax while the therapist applies a series of gentle, yet purposeful, moves over muscles,tendons,ligaments and nerves. These moves can be done over light clothing if preferred.

The therapist will leave the table for approximately 2 minutes in between a series of moves. This allows the patientʼs body to fully relax,respond and achieve maximum potential of each move.

Treatments usually last between 45min-1 hr. Most acute conditions only take 1-2 treatments. In cases where the injury has occurred months or years ago the body will compensate for the condition and one may develop secondary patterns of dysfunctional muscle recruitment and posture therefore an average of 5 tre-tments may be needed. It is common for a Bowen treatment to include a balance of the entire body as well the area of concern in the first session. Treatment times and duration will depend upon the individuals capacity to heal. For most effective results, sessions should be scheduled one week apart.

Due to the subtle nature of Bowen and itʼs continuing response over the course of several days following a treatment, other forms of manipulative therapy as well as ice or extreme heat are discouraged for 5-7 days to allow the treatment to be fully integrated into the body and allow for maximum healing potential.