No, we do not have a shower facility for massage therapy clients.
After your massage therapy session, it is important to drink plenty of water to help flush out the toxins released during the massage. Try to take some time to relax and enjoy the feeling of relaxation after your session. You may also want to avoid strenuous activities and avoid alcohol or heavy meals for a few hours to enhance the benefits of the massage.
All of our massage therapists must be registered with Alberta’s governed massage therapy organization.
Human Integrated Performance does not currently offer membership options for massage therapy. However, keep checking our website and social media accounts for updates on any future offers.
We ask clients to please give notice of at least 24h for any cancellations or a cancellation fee may be charged.
Yes, there is parking at the Human Integrated Performance performance facility for massage therapy clients. We have free 2-hour parking at ground level and underground. Additionally, our professional staff can help you with directions or any other questions you may have.
Yes, it is usually necessary to make an appointment for massage therapy. We operate on a schedule and appointment-based system, so booking in advance ensures you can get the date, time, and therapist that you prefer. It’s best to call or check online for scheduling and availability and to arrive on time for your appointment to ensure an entire session.
Human Integrated Performance does not typically offer discounts or packages for massage therapy. However, we do offer direct billing for specific providers. To find out if we direct bill to your insurance provider, please visit our website or call the clinic.
The price of a massage depends on the length of the appointment needed. At Human Integrated Performace our prices are: 30 min: $70
45 min: $85
60 min: $100
90 min $145
120 min: $175
People of all ages can get massage therapy if they have permission from a medical professional and can understand what they agree to. Some massage therapists might only do certain types of massages or might only be allowed to do certain types of massages because of local rules. If you are under 18 years old, your parent or guardian will need to agree to the therapy before you can start.