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Massage & Manual Therapies
Massage therapy refers to a comprehensive health management strategy focusing on the application of various techniques to positively affect the soft tissues and joints of the body, including pressure and compression, kneading, frictioning and mobilizing. This category also includes movement-based manual therapies such as RAPID Neurofascial Reset and Functional Range Assessment.
Alternative & Energy Treatments
Alternative and energy treatments take a holistic approach to healing, incorporating ancient and modern philosophies and techniques to improve overall health and well being.
Cupping is a type of alternative therapy that involves placing cups on the skin to create suction, which may facilitate healing with blood flow.
Deep Tissue Laser Therapy
Deep tissue laser therapy is the non-invasive use of laser energy to generate a photochemical response in damaged or dysfunctional tissue. Laser therapy accelerates the body's own natural healing processes to relieve a variety of conditions.
Manual Osteopathic Therapy
Manual osteopathic therapy (MOT) uses hands-on skills for investigation and treatment of body dysfunctions. The whole body is examined and mechanical disruptions are treated whether symptoms exist or not. MOT exists somewhere in between chiropractic therapy and massage therapy. Joints are aligned without a thrust and symptoms resolved with more than just soft tissue manipulation.
Mental & Emotional Health
Maintaining good mental health is just as important as achieving optimal physical health.
Reflexology is the study of reflexes. Reflexology therapies are natural therapeutic methods based on the principle that there are reflexes in the body that map to other parts, glands and organs of the body.
Pike Lake Sessions
Andrey Vinogradov RMT, CST
Andrey Vinogradov was born and raised in St. Petersburg, Russia. In 1995, he and his family (wife and daughter) came to Canada. Andrey studied at the University of Saskatchewan, majoring in Religious Studies and Cultural Anthropology. He received his B.A. degree in 1999 and his M.A. in 2003. He taught at the University of Saskatchewan and First Nations University of Canada from 2003 to 2007.
In 2007, he was a patient of a craniosacral therapy practitioner, which greatly impressed him and he decided to study massage therapy and craniosacral therapy. In 2008-2009, he studied massage therapy at McKay Career Training, obtaining his diploma at the end of 2009.
He joined the Massage Therapy Association of Saskatchewan (MTAS) in 2009 and has worked as a Registered Massage Therapist since January 2010.
Andrey specializes in craniosacral therapy, SomatoEmotional Release and visceral manipulation, although his practice is not limited by these modalities.
Andrey Vinogradov was born and raised in St. Petersburg, Russia. In 1995, he and his family (wif... Read More
Michelle graduated from Western Collage of Remedial Massage Therapy in 2006. Over 15 years in the massage field has taken her from owning her own clinic in partnership with a personal trainer to a busy downtown clinic in the Rocky Mountains back to her roots in Saskatchewan. Michelle has a general therapeutic practice treating a variety of different conditions, including pre/post-natal support, pre/post-surgery, injuries, athletes and chronic pain. She believes that to achieve the best results, a wholistic approach is needed, using multiple modalities to address body, mind and soul. Her many years of experience have given her a broad scope of knowledge in areas such as myofascial techniques, joint mobilozation, psychosomatic therapy and health coaching. Michelle’s treatments are a unique, intuitive mix of techniques from multiple manual therapy modalities. Treatments can be deep tissue or just relaxation depending on your treatment goals. Michelle’s career highlights include being registered with Natural Health Practitioners Of Canada (NHPC), 10 years owning and operating a clinic, and working with members of national cross country and national biathlon teams as well as amateur athletes (bikers, rock climbers, alpine and cross country skiers).
Michelle graduated from Western Collage of Remedial Massage Therapy in 2006. Over 15 years in th... Read More
Kylie Burnett RMT
Kylie Burnett knew she would become a massage therapist from a young age. She found out early about the benefits of massage from being involved in many sports and activities, including synchronized swimming, playing badminton and performing in band. She also worked as a lifeguard in North Battleford, teaching swimming lessons and aqua fit classes while in high school, and that gave her the opportunity to realize massage therapy was truly what she wanted to do. With her passion for human anatomy and helping others, massage therapy was a great fit. Kylie went on to Regina the following fall after graduating high school to pursue her passion for massage therapy.
Kylie graduated from Western College of Remedial Massage Therapy in Regina in June of 2017 with her 2200-hour diploma. She graduated with honours, receiving the Principal’s award for 100% attendance and above 90% average as well as the London and Counties of Physiologists award for participation in extra continuing education throughout training. She is a member of the Massage Therapy Association of Saskatchewan (MTAS).
Kylie understands the benefits of regular massage and at-home self-care, such as stretching. Her goal is to pass on as much knowledge to her clients as she can while still giving them a relaxing environment to de-stress. Kylie feels a massage not only de-stresses the body, but also helps de-stress the mind as well. Working in a spa environment in the past, gave her the knowledge and ability to give a professional relaxing spa feel and combine it with a soothing home environment to make her clients as comfortable as possible.
As of March 2020, Kylie now offers treatments for SGI and WCB claims.
Kylie Burnett knew she would become a massage therapist from a young age. She found out early ab... Read More
Lacey Casselman graduated from The Professional Institute of Massage Therapy (PIMT), in Saskatoon, in February of 2021. She is registered with the Natural Health Practitioners of Canada (NHPC).
Lacey always wanted to pursue a career in the healthcare industry, but wasn’t sure what that path would look like. She just knew she wanted to help people.
After high school, Lacey began a career in banking, but soon realized that finance was not her calling. The same day she received her mutual fund exam results, she also learned she had been accepted to attend PIMT that September. Lacey packed up and headed to Saskatoon to start her new journey in massage therapy. She has never felt so at peace and happy with a career choice.
Lacey understands that every client is different, so she tries to tailor her massage style to fit the needs and wants of her clients. She offers both therapeutic and relaxation massage. Lacey is very excited to continue her education and expand her skills to better help her clients.
Lacey Casselman graduated from The Professional Institute of Massage Therapy (PIMT), in Saskatoon... Read More
Miranda Wells RMT, CST
Miranda Wells completed her formal training as a registered massage therapist (RMT) with the Massage Therapy Association of Saskatchewan (MTAS) in 2008 and she promptly joined the Inside Out Therapies clinic and is proud to work out of the Saskatoon clinic and her space at Pike Lake Sk. During her studies, she realized that her interest in the how the body works and heals goes far beyond just the muscles; it extends into the *fascia and the mind. This has made her pursue further training in with the John Barns style of myofascial release (MFR), Perter Levines Somatic Experiencing (SE) as well as the energetic style of Reiki. She has also studied Manual Osteopathic Therapy. (MOT)
In 2011, Miranda joined Zoe Stiglitz as a business partner and Inside Out Therapies moved to a new location. The larger clinic space allowed clients to have a variety of therapeutic options for their specific needs. Inside Out Therapies has a rounded approach to wellness with a variety of therapies all under one roof.
Miranda’s treatment style is working primarily with fascia, the connective tissue of the body. Myofasical release (MFR) is done without lotion or oils so the body can be used as its own leverage system, helping to unravel the tension at the source. Fascial work often has a lot slower pace than regular Swedish massage therapy. This is because it takes time for the bodies systems to accept the pressure, integrate the work being done, and then lengthen to create change, rather than to force or strip the muscle. However, there are times when those methods are used as well.
The SE component of a massage treatment with Miranda involves taking time to ‘tune in’ and listen to the present and ancient wisdom the body has to offer. This tracking of the system encourages the client to be present in the experience, to notice how their body is responding and what internal or external force may be triggering problems. Working with this awareness helps to accelerate the healing process.
A treatment with Miranda may include MRF, structural integration, craniosacral, SE, and/or regular massage. All techniques implemented in a treatment aim to aid the body in its innate ability to heal itself whether it be from physical or emotional trauma.
This includes: * scars * surgery * inflammation * motor vehicle accidents * physical or mental abuse * traumatic birth for both mother and/or child
Miranda Wells completed her formal training as a registered massage therapist (RMT) with the Mass... Read More
Gina Falcetta RMT
Gina was first introduced to massage to help manage chronic and acute pain. After trying different types of massage and bodywork as a client for a few years, she graduated from the Western College of Remedial Massage Therapy in Regina, SK in 2021. She has a background in teaching yoga since 2013, and additionally studies various movement disciplines, somatic experiencing, and biomechanics to complement and inform her massage practice.
Gina’s main interest and focus in her massage practice is to meet the client where they are at presently and offer what could be most helpful for their specific need. You can expect a blend of techniques including Swedish massage, fascial work, functional range conditioning, relaxation, stress relief, and deep tissue. Every treatment is tweaked and catered to the client.
In her spare time, Gina is usually outside, dancing, cooking, or researching.
Gina was first introduced to massage to help manage chronic and acute pain. After trying differen... Read More
Michelle Paul is a Certified Usui Holy Fire III Reiki Master/Teacher, Sound Healing Practitioner, Shamanic Energy Healer, Crystal Healer, Claircognizant and intuitive.
Michelle loves working with energy and facilitating huge shifts in her clients lives. Growing up as a highly sensitive, intuitive empath always felt like a burden to her, as she absorbed the emotions of those around her without fully understanding how to transmute it. Then she found her “why” and her path. Learning to harness her gifts and energies to better serve humanity is a great honour and her humble mission here on Earth.
Michelle was drawn to shamanism two years ago and actively sought out her teacher, Shaman Copal Daselva from Portugal, who received teachings in the Peruvian Jungle with Indigenous tribes/natives of Peru. After hearing her aspirations of serving her community and providing healing to her people and the Earth. It was a remarkable experience she will never forget! The use of life force energy, channeling great Spirit and working with sacred tools and plants felt like coming home for Michelle. Her soul and passion for her life’s mission was ignited. Michelle has her third degree in Shamanic Energy Healing through Copal Daselvas school.
Michelle is a Usui Holy Fire III Reiki Master/Teacher, trained by Transcend with Amanda Marie Reiki & Holistic Services in Saskatoon. After receiving her first reiki treatment, Michelle experienced major shifts in perspective and outlooks on challenging life situations. She was able to let go of traumas, open up to her healing journey and accept love and abundance into her life. From that day onward, she knew she was meant to learn this ancient practice and help others in her community who have also experienced trauma, difficulties in life, mental illness, limiting beliefs, karmic cycles, negative patterns, repeating lessons, not knowing their soul’s divine purpose or mission here and so on. Michelle absolutely loves working as a channel for reiki to flow through, as the gentle, yet powerful life force energy goes to work wherever it is needed most, raising your vibration to heal the energetic bodies and therefore healing the physical body so the person receiving becomes whole, aligned, healthy and vibrant in mind, body and spirit.
Crystals have always called to Michelle. As early as 5 years old, she can recall collecting them, and feeling the vibrations they emitted. Michelle trained with the Hibiscus Moon Crystal Academy, the most accredited online school for this type of training, in order to offer crystalline healing with sacred grandfathers (stones) and chakra balancing, and wellness services to her clients. When our chakras or major energy centers are in balance and alignment we heal our physical body and functions associated with each chakra system.
Michelle is a self-taught sound healing practitioner. She channels each of her sessions, bringing a unique experience with each private session or group event. She works with gongs, drums, crystal bowls and Tibetan singing bowls to create healing frequencies that penetrate through any barriers or blockages clients may have, bringing a deep feeling of overall peace, bliss and tranquility, diffusing stress, anxiety, depression and an overactive mind.
A session with Michelle may include any of the above healing modalities and more. At the beginning of your session, Michelle will discuss with you which of her services most resonate with you and together you can determine a course of action that will best achieve your goals.
Originally from Vancouver Island, BC, Michelle is Metis with family lineages of Lax-Kw’alaams, an Indigenous community in British Columbia, Reserve No. 1. She is a mother to 10-year-old twin boys with big personalities and enjoys gardening, dancing, singing and being in nature.
Michelle Paul is a Certified Usui Holy Fire III Reiki Master/Teacher, Sound Healing Practitioner,... Read More
Dieter Bitz RMT
Dieter is a skilled massage therapist registered with the Natural Health Practitioners of Canada. He graduated from McKay college of massage and hydrotherapy and has since developed a unique approach to bodywork that combines Swedish, deep tissue and myofascial techniques.
Dieter is passionate about helping clients achieve optimal physical and emotional well being by addressing individual goals and concerns. His warm and empathetic nature, paired with technical expertise, creates a comfortable and productive healing setting. Whether it be pain management, sports performance or simply relaxation, Dieter can help you on you path to wellness.
Dieter is a skilled massage therapist registered with the Natural Health Practitioners of Canada.... Read More
As a teen and young adult, I suffered a series of sports and work related injuries which continued to cause me pain and discomfort in my adult life. My journey towards healing my own body led me to explore and benefit from many healing modalities. I found CranioSacral Therapy and Massage Therapy to have particularly powerful results. This led me to training in these healing arts so that I could not only help myself, but also help others experience their benefits as well. My understanding of the human body is also informed by my experience as a personal trainer and yoga instructor.
As a teen and young adult, I suffered a series of sports and work related injuries which continue... Read More
Whether in her treatment room, in her yoga or fitness classes, or in day to day life, Tara always makes sure that nobody leaves her without feeling better or happier.
Since a young age Tara has always been interested in how the body works. While keeping your treatment goals top of mind, Tara uses the knowledge she’s gained over her years to provide a quality, effective and holistic treatment. She uses a broad scope of soft tissue mobilizations as well as techniques like Manual Lymphatic Drainage, Myofascial Release, Joint Mobilizations, Craniosacral Therapy, Yoga and Reiki to ensure that you leave your treatment feeling the best that you possibly can.
Outside of the treatment room you will find Tara enjoying the great outdoors, tending to her gardens, attending Festivals and music events, loving her boyfriend Jarrett and her kitty Maebe, and living life to the best of her ability.
Tara graduated from the Professional Institute of Massage Therapy and is a member of CMMOTA.
Cell: (306) 380-2963 Email: email@example.com
Whether in her treatment room, in her yoga or fitness classes, or in day to day life, Tara always... Read More
Melanie Schultz RMT
Melanie Schultz successfully completed the McKay Massage and Hydrotherapy Program in June of 2014 and is a member of the Natural Health Practitioners of Canada. Through her schooling, she gained a foundation in Swedish massage therapy, basic myofascial release techniques and trigger point therapy. She has continued to expand her knowledge, taking her reiki master training in 2018 and a myofascial cupping course in 2021. These modalities have allowed her to enhance what she already offers.
With communication in determining each client’s goals, the incorporation of caring, focused touch and a strong belief in the power of client homecare, she has been able to facilitate an effective and relaxing experience suited to each client.
Melanie Schultz successfully completed the McKay Massage and Hydrotherapy Program in June of 2014... Read More
Eleanor Baldwin RMT
Since 2015, Eleanor Baldwin has been helping people get out of pain and transform how they feel in their bodies as a natural movement specialist. In 2017, she started massage therapy training to bring additional support to her clients and to round out her ability to create truly effective treatment plans.
Massage quickly became Eleanor’s main passion. While she still offers exercise therapy and recommends it for lasting change, nothing brings immediate pain relief, mood elevation and calm like massage treatments. She loves bringing that to people.
Outside of work, Eleanor enjoy exploring all the unique small businesses and boutiques in Saskatoon and would love to be the Saskatchewanderer one year.
Since 2015, Eleanor Baldwin has been helping people get out of pain and transform how they feel i... Read More
Jennifer Zollen RMT
Shantelle Carlson’s experience with reflexology began at the hands (literally) of her great-great aunt, when she received her first treatment at five years old, and she felt its positive effects on her health at that very young age. Shantelle watched her aunt relieve her own arthritis symptoms when she was into her 90s, and treat herself regularly right up until she passed away at the age of 109. Shantelle has no doubt that reflexology was a contributor to her long and healthy life.
Reflexology is a gentle, non-intrusive, holistic treatment that brings balance to the whole body allowing it to heal itself, improves circulation, and can help manage pain and inflammation. The changes Shantelle has been able to see in her clients inspires her every day. Shantelle has helped people with conditions ranging from insomnia, chronic migraines, digestive and hormonal issues, and debilitating plantar fasciitis.
To Shantelle, there is no greater gift that you can give someone than that of good health. She loves that reflexology allows her to make a difference in someone’s overall well being. She is proud to be a reflexologist and absolutely loves what she does.
Shantelle Carlson is certified and registered with the Reflexology Association of Canada.
Shantelle Carlson’s experience with reflexology began at the hands (literally) of her great-great... Read More
Laura Amada Jones clinical councilor
Hello my name is Amada. I am a registered Therapeutic Trauma informed Counsellor. Life can be so hard and our challenges can sometimes turn us upside down. Fear and anxiety can take over and make it hard for us to get out of a downward spiral. Its so important to have someone to deeply listen to you, to make you feel seen, and heard and to allow a safe space to be authentically you however you may show up at any given time. I use a client centered approach in my practice, which allows me to intuitively read where you are at, and guide you through using the tools I have. I work with aspects of CBT (Cognitive Behaviour Therapy) that helps with limiting beliefs and creating new neuro pathways in your brain. I also use Narrative therapy that uses creative and a lot of visuals (art) to allow you to rewrite your story and bring empowerment back to you. I work with Somatics, tuning into the body using (body time) which slows everything down to allow the knowledge that’s stored in our bodies to bring forward answers, feelings ,and sensations that can lead to many changes in your journey. It helps move away from the overactive brain to a place where you are able to process things differently and from the heart. I am very excited to work with you on your healing path and Journey.
Hello my name is Amada. I am a registered Therapeutic Trauma informed Counsellor. Life can be so ... Read More
Zoe Stiglitz RMT
Zoe Stiglitz has been a registered massage therapist since 1997, founding Inside Out Therapies in 2003. During these years, she has had the pleasure of treating clients from all walks of life: children, parents, expectant mothers, athletes, caregivers, people with disabilities and senior citizens. These are the people who have been her greatest teachers. She learned to adapt to each individual’s situation and has developed a deep compassion for people and the struggle to overcome the obstacles between mind and body.
Zoe prides herself on being able to create a treatment that is tailored to the individual and their personal needs by incorporating her education and experience in the techniques of Swedish massage, myofascial release, deep tissue therapy, trigger point work and deep tissue laser therapy. Appropriate self-care to best benefit her clients and their unique situations is also a priority to her.
During her career, Zoe has encountered many great therapists and healers. Through her experience with this wide variety of treatments, she passes this knowledge on to her clients. Zoe believes in being a positive example by taking the time to look after mind and body, thereby allowing balance in all things.
Zoe Stiglitz has been a registered massage therapist since 1997, founding Inside Out Therapies in... Read More
Amanda Smytaniuk is a Saskatchewan-based hypnotherapist. She is certified through the National Guild of Hypnotists and has been trained under renowned hypnotherapists Don Mottin, Heather Rodriguez and Ines Simpson. Amanda specializes in heart-centered hypnosis and deep work with both the subconscious and super conscious minds. Over the course of the past 5 years, she has worked with hundreds of clients using the power of hypnosis to assist them in learning how to control their thoughts, heal themselves and to begin live the lives they have always dreamed of.
Amanda realized the power and benefits of hypnosis through her own personal journey with hypnosis over the past 10 years. The life changes she experienced prompted her to pursue a career in the field. She realized she needed to share hypnosis with others. Now trained as a Hypnotherapist and a HypnoBirthing Childbirth Educator, she is building a career of service, supporting others to make changes in their lives.
Amanda Smytaniuk is a Saskatchewan-based hypnotherapist. She is certified through the National G... Read More
Cameron Klassen RMT
Cameron Klassen is a massage therapist who came to massage later in life. His wife was diagnosed with an autoimmune disease, which aggressively attacked the joints. He and his wife decided that the risks associated with the drugs prescribed by the doctors were too high so they started to use essential oils and increased exercise through aquafit. Cameron also started to teach himself how to massage to best help his wife in maintaining as much mobility as possible. This experience led him to the realization that he loved massage and the opportunities it gave him to help others on their health journey.
Cameron then attended massage therapy training at the Alberta College of Massage Therapy (ACMT) graduating in 2018 and started his practice as an RMT here in Saskatoon. He is registered with the Canadian Massage and Manual Osteopathic Therapists Association.
His treatments include Swedish relaxation massage, deep tissue massage, pregnancy massage and TMJ massage, as well as many different massage techniques, such as myofascial techniques, trigger point therapy, active and passive engagement, Kinetic massage of the neck and many others.
Cameron is excited to be joining Inside Out Therapies at their Warman location.
Cameron Klassen is a massage therapist who came to massage later in life. His wife was diagnosed... Read More
Ashton Klassen RMT, MOT
Ashton Klassen graduated from the Lloydminster branch of Alberta College of Massage Therapy in 2018 and completed the Manual Osteopathic Therapy program through the Manual Osteopathic College of Canada in 2019.
As a manual osteopathic therapist, Ashton strives to facilitate the reversal of traumas to the structural and functional body through osteo-articular adjustments (affecting bones and joints), cranial-sacral applications (affecting the head, spinal column and sacrum), visceral normalization (affecting various organs) and fascial release (affecting connective tissue).
Ashton enjoys being surrounded by other massage therapists as he continues to learn many new techniques. Ashton chose massage therapy as he has a passion to help give others a better standard of living. He believes massage therapy is the perfect response to our high stress, go-go-go society.
Before he began his training in massage therapy, Ashton was an automotive mechanic. His passion for having machinery running at tip-top shape carries over to his drive for massage and manual osteopathic therapy and having the human body functioning at its optimal state.
Ashton Klassen graduated from the Lloydminster branch of Alberta College of Massage Therapy in 20... Read More
Sharon presently doesn’t have regular shifts open, so if you don’t find an opening via online booking, please call the clinic at 306-974-1004 and we can arrange for a booking.
Sharon Koenning was first introduced to BodyTalk in 2008 and was very impressed by the results. After receiving just one session, Sharon was relieved from a lot of pain that had been with her for 15 years. Her results were quick. BodyTalk brought back the communication to Sharon’s body. Healing can really be that simple. Receiving a BodyTalk session can bring back the communication that was once lost within the body, allowing it to self-heal. Over the years, she had tried everything to relieve the pain with no results. Still amazed after her results from her BodyTalk session, she was sending friends and family to some practitioners in Saskatoon. Realizing the awesome self-healing powers of BodyTalk, she decided to start taking the classes herself in September of 2013. She became Certified 2 months later. She practices out of her home in Cudworth, Saskatchewan and also works at Inside Out Therapies. Sharon is very passionate when it comes to BodyTalk and loves the results she has seen in her family and clientele. From babies to seniors, everyone can benefit from BodyTalk. We all deserve to live happy and pain-free.
Sharon was first introduced to Access Bars in the spring of 2014. She was very impressed with the relaxed feeling after her Bars session. Her interest led to becoming a Bars Practitioner in September 2014.
Sharon presently doesn’t have regular shifts open, so if you don’t find an opening via online boo... Read More
Kasandra is a very compassionate therapist and has a strong passion for natural health and healing. After finding massive benefit in her own healing with Reiki – she obtained her Level II Certification in Usui Reiki in 2014 while living in Meadow Lake, SK. After moving back home to Saskatoon, she decided she needed to dive into the natural healing world more deeply, and in 2017 she obtained her 2200hr Diploma in Massage Therapy from The Professional Institute of Massage Therapy.
While she was attending college for Massage Therapy, she worked at a local health food store for over four years which absolutely fueled her passion for natural health and wellness. She has a background in Nutrition and is aspiring to become a Homeopathic Practitioner. She believes strongly that there is so much more to healing than focusing on the physical body. While communication is key – with a gentle and compassionate approach – Kasandra assists her clients in easing the body, mind, and soul back into a state of alignment while following the nervous system’s responses and ques and intuitively listening to what is needed.
Alongside natural health and wellness being her passion, she loves reading, writing, learning, playing music/guitar, being outdoors, hiking, playing disc golf and golf and other sports, connecting with people, and so much more.
Kasandra is a very compassionate therapist and has a strong passion for natural health and healin... Read More
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