It’s time to feel better in your body.

Are you suffering from aches and pains or limited mobility?
Or recovering from an injury?
Perhaps you are stressed and need help relaxing.
The massage therapists at Saskatoon Wellness are here to help.

What is Massage Therapy?

Massage therapy is an effective rehabilitation method involving techniques such as deep tissue massage, Swedish massage, trigger point therapy, myofascial release, and sports massage.

Massage therapy uses pressure to manipulate soft tissues to promote relaxation, alleviate pain, and enhance overall well-being. The therapist uses hands, fingers, and sometimes elbows to apply pressure. These techniques can help alleviate muscle tension, improve blood flow, increase flexibility, and reduce stress and anxiety.

Feel better in your body. Start living well.

What Does Massage Therapy Treat?

Chronic Pain / Acute Pain / Muscle Pain / Sports Injury / General Stress / Back, Neck & Shoulder pain / Headaches / Fibromyalgia / Long Covid / Decreased Range of Motion / Post Workout Pain / Stiff Joints

Here’s what we do

Massage treatments tailored to your needs

Our massage therapists offer a variety of styles of massage to meet  a variety of needs.  These include deep tissue massage, relaxation, pregnancy massage, active release, hot stone massage, myofacial cupping, reiki energy work, craniosacral therapy, to name a few.

Experience you can trust

Our massage therapists are registered and members in good standing with their licensing bodies. They are committed to continuing their education and expanding their knowledge and skills.

Easy booking, less stress

We offer online booking.  And  our massage therapists are also able to direct bill to most insurance providers. 

These services are covered by most extended insurance plans.

Evening and weekend appointments are available.

Our Registered Massage Therapists

Rachelle Boyer

Rachelle is passionate about delivering treatments that utilize the style of massage that best suits her patients’ needs for optimal care and an effective treatment plan.

She graduated from the Professional Institute of Massage Therapy with distinction in 2014 and is registered with the Natural Health Practitioners of Canada.

Leanne Dickie Chester

Leanne’s approach is multi disciplinary, and with over 15 years of experience, she does not limit herself to one style when it comes to addressing people’s chronic and acute pain.

She graduated from McKay School of Massage and Hydrotherapy with a diploma with honours and an award of excellence.

Jill Lens RMT saskatoon

Jill Lens

Jill’s typical approach to massage therapy is a therapeutic medium/deep tissue massage.

She has been practicing as a registered massage therapist since 2016 after graduated with distinction at Professional Institute of Massage Therapy and mastered my MTAS board exam. Jill continued her education and added myofasical cupping to her roster of techniques.

Amy Kangas

Amy has been practicing as a Massage Therapist for over 6 years. She has experience in multidisciplinary clinic settings and prides herself in her ability to create and implement treatment plans based on your personal needs. Amy also offers prenatal massage with pregnancy pillows and accepts SGI clients. Amy is registered with MTAS.

You can call or text 306-858-7114 to book.


A Registered Massage Therapist has significantly more training hours than a spa “masseuse”. Spa practitioners are prohibited by law from calling themselves registered massage therapists or offering massage therapy. RMTs employ evidence-based techniques to treat ailments, pass exams and are required to participate in continuing education.

Our Registered Massage Therapists have a body cushion for a more comfortable face down position. The pillow provides stable, comfortable support and adjusts to clients of all shapes and sizes to relieve any discomfort, particularly breast discomfort. Please request the pregnancy pillow when you book your appointment.

A hot stone massage is a type of massage therapy. It’s used to help you relax and ease tense muscles and damaged soft tissues throughout your body.

During a hot stone massage, smooth, flat, heated stones are placed on specific parts of your body. The stones are usually made of basalt, a type of volcanic rock that retains heat. Hot massage stones are heated to between 130 and 145 degrees.

At this time, registered massage therapy is not covered by Saskatchewan Health, but the majority of extended health care plans include registered massage therapy. Insured patients should contact their employer or insurance agent to see whether they are covered and for what amount.

We require 24 hours notice of cancellation, please call our clinic. Missed and late appointments will be billed at our regular rate.

Please check our practitioners’ booking pages for up-to-date pricing.

The majority of extended health care plans include registered massage therapy. Insured patients should contact their employer or insurance agent to see whether they are covered and for what amount.

You’ll be shown to a private treatment room to undress and your RMT will knock before entering to start the treatment. Your privacy will be maintained with a clean linens draped over you throughout the treatment while you lay on the padded massage table. During the treatment, only the body part being worked on will be uncovered

We tailor our treatments to you