Taneisha Yarrow, RMT
Taneisha is a recent massage therapy grad in deep tissue and rehabilitative massage techniques, though she can customize her treatments to your preference. She is certified in cupping and Rapid release technique.
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Rebecca Hamoline, RMT, CP
Rebecca only treats casually, please check her schedule with online booking.
She has been a Registered Massage Therapist since 2008 with the Massage Therapist Association of Saskatchewan (MTAS). She is a deep-tissue therapist but customizes each massage to your preference. Treatment types offered, but not limited too are; relaxation, sports, rehabilitative, deep tissue or prenatal massage all available upon request.
Rebecca has advanced education in Prenatal Massage and is considered a Certified Prenatal Registered Massage Therapist (RMT, CP). A specialized cushion is available that allows mothers to lie face down; it is safe for baby and mother. Massage therapy is one of the safest modalities for pregnant woman, it treats ailments from pregnancy such as typical aches and pains in back, belly, ribs, shoulders and neck pain in addition to constipation, brain fog, stress, and headaches. Massage can influence and help hormone imbalances, morning sickness, control and decrease stress (physical, mental, emotional), and influence (reduce) swelling in arms and legs, as well as help, induce labour.
When looking for a Prenatal Massage Therapist you want to ensure that they have advanced education in prenatal massage. All Registered Massage therapists will have introductory education for a prenatal massage but will likely treat you lying on your side, which is still beneficial but limits a therapists treatment. RMTs with additional education will have more information, knowledge and likely a prenatal cushion to effectively treat expectant mothers. Looking for a Certified Prenatal RMT in your area? Check out Axiom Career College website HERE for a list of CP, RMTs that have been taught by Rebecca Hamoline (Bekolay), RMT, CP in advanced conception, prenatal, labour and postpartum massage.
Prenatal FAQs HERE
Massage can help expectant mothers to enjoy their pregnancy and increase the chances of a more favorable labour and birth experience.