What is Massage Therapy?

Registered Massage Therapy assesses and treats the soft tissues and joints of the body with an aim to rehabilitate, maintain or increase physical function.

It is a non-invasive manual practice that allows for increased movement and pain relief and helps to regulate the nervous system which in turn lowers stress, aids sleep and provides a boosted sense of overall well-being.

Many people come to massage to help them manage or prevent pain and stress. We offer Therapeutic Massage (release restrictions in the body), Relaxation Massage (destress and unwind), and Deep Tissue Massage (deep and consistent pressure).

Massage therapists typically complete a 2200-hour diploma program and therapists are required to expand and deepen their clinical knowledge by continuing their studies after graduation.

Registered Massage Therapist Stephanie Rogers is now available for Treatments at Calgary WOW Centre.


Stephanie Rogers

Stephanie is a registered massage therapist who combines various techniques including Swedish massage, myofascial release, trigger point release, neuromuscular facilitation, joint mobilizations and soft tissue release.

Stephanie came to massage therapy through her own healing journey where hands-on therapeutic modalities like massage, osteopathy and craniosacral therapy helped her to deeply reconnect her body, mind and heart.

Stephanie shapes her sessions based on her clients’ needs — sometimes more targeted deep tissue work is required to create a healing release while other times a more subtle and gentle approach is what restores balance and harmony to the body.

Stephanie is a graduate of Ontario’s Sutherland Chan School of Massage Therapy and Teaching Clinic. She has also studied at the Southern Ontario College of Osteopathy and The Cranial Therapy Centre in Toronto. She is currently a member of good standing of the Natural Health Practitioners of Canada.