At Kelly Dawn Massage Therapy, my goal is to provide relaxation and wellness by working deep into muscle tissue in a slow and methodical way to provide the much needed relief you deserve.
I only work on the problem areas you define and within your comfort zone to provide relief for pain, stress and anxiety. My massage plan improves overall health and wellness, so you can do the things you love, longer.
Direct Billing Available
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Massage Therapy is more than just relaxation and stress relief. The benefits it has to overall health and daily function are immeasurable. My goal with my clientele is to help with recovery from injury, provide relief and establish a learning environment to answer any questions that individuals might be concerned about.
I have been a Registered Massage Therapist since 2016 after graduating from the Professional Institute of Massage Therapy here in Saskatoon. Currently I practice Swedish Deep Tissue Massage with focuses on relaxation, pain relief, improved functionality and overall stress relief.
There is nothing that I personally find more satisfying than helping someone to relieve chronic pain or debilitating muscle tension. That is why I decided that Massage Therapy was the right career path for me.
30 Minute Massage
45 Minute Massage
60 Minute Massage
75 Minute Massage
90 Minute Massage
Direct Billing Available for the following insurers:
Chamber of Commerce Group Insurance
Johnston Group Inc
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Frequently Asked Questions
1. What are the benefits of massage?
Massage Therapy can be beneficial to a wide variety of ailments, including anxiety, depression, chronic pain, muscle soreness or fatigue, pregnancy, sports injuries, car accidents and various autoimmune or degenerative diseases.
2. How often should I get a massage?
Massage can be as frequent as you'd like, as long as there is a period of preferably 48 hours between sessions to let your muscles heal and rejuvenate after the stimulation of the muscle tissues. Typically getting a massage every 4-6 weeks is the most beneficial as it maintains ideal muscle and tissue maintenance.
3. What areas of my body are worked on during a massage?
The regions of your body massaged during an appointment is entirely up to you. We discuss which areas are causing discomfort or pain, and work together to create a customized treatment plan to focus on your specific needs.
4. Do people usually feel sore after a massage?
You can feel muscle soreness after a massage depending on how deep your therapist works into the tissues and how your muscles generally respond to stimulation. This soreness usually dissipates after a day or two, and drinking plenty of water can help to alleviate those symptoms as well.
5. Is there any age restrictions on who can get a massage?
Not at all. Massage can benefit anyone from a toddler to the elderly.
6. Is it generally silent during a massage?
That depends on personal preference. Some people prefer little to no conversation during their massage, while others enjoy discussing their day or inquiring about the treatment. I usually play music during a massage for background noise, and am open to requests for people's individual music preference.
7. Do I have to remove my clothing for massage?
You do not have to remove any clothing if it makes you uncomfortable to do so. That being said, massage is more beneficial without the restrictive barrier that clothing provides. At all times during a massage, you are draped with a sheet and blanket, and only the areas currently being worked on are uncovered. You also dress and undress in complete privacy, and I will step away until you are ready.
8. What can I expect in my first massage?
For the first massage, we have you fill out an online intake form. The form just asks standard health history questions and gives you a chance to provide any additional information about the reason for your treatment. Depending on what your areas of concern are and what ailments you may have will determine the goals of the treatment.
9. Is massage therapy covered through insurance and do you direct bill?
Yes, the majority of health insurance plans include massage therapy. We offer direct billing for certain insurers which can be found on our 'Treatments' page. Please note that these must be group insurance plans to direct bill. If direct billing is not set up for your specific insurer than we can still print or email you a receipt for your treatment, so you can be reimbursed by your insurer at a later date.
10. Are there any circumstances in which I should not get a massage?
The only reason to not receive a massage is if you are sick. If you have a cold/flu, nausea, diarrhea, fever or contagious skin infection, than it would be preferred that you seek out massage when you are feeling better. With some conditions it might be required to avoid specific areas or techniques. If this a concern of yours be sure to contact your physician for approval.
11. What if I have to cancel my appointment?
It's perfectly fine to cancel your massage appointment if your suddenly unable to make the scheduled time. However, we do require at least 24 hours notice. If not given sufficient notice of cancellation we will charge the full price of the missed appointment. Our online booking application makes it simple to log into your account to change or reschedule appointments easily. You can also call and leave a voicemail to cancel your appointment and you will not be charged.
204 - 912 Idylwyld Dr North, Saskatoon, S7L 0Z6
Phone: (306) 370 - 4969
Hours of Operation
Mon, Wed and Fri: 9am - 4pm
Tues and Thurs: 12pm - 7pm
Alternating Saturdays: 9am - 1pm