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Massage Therapy at Helios

Our Registered Massage Therapist

MicheleAmy Eburne
Beyond deep relaxation, Amy believes in healing through massage. A Registered Massage Therapist since 2011, she works to incorporate an array of techniques from Trigger Point and Neuromuscular Therapy to Deep Tissue and Reflexology. Amy has spent the last three years improving her practice: acquiring additional training in myofascial release, muscle energy and joint mobilization. Staying on top of these progressive techniques results in her ability to target a client's specific needs. Committed to discussing the cause and history of each issue, Amy understands the importance of comfortable and open dialogue between the therapist and the client to ensure that they are treated appropriately.

With a family history in physiotherapy, Amy is passionate about working alongside other therapists to provide a holistic approach to chronic pain, rehabilitation and injury prevention. Her interests include snowboarding, cross country skiing and hiking; all of which move her to more deeply understand the dynamism of human kinetics and how to ensure pain-free movement throughout one's entire life.

Amy is a member of the College of Massage Therapists in BC and has worked in several different treatment environments, leaving her previous position at a spa to make the move to Helios Rehabilitation & Performance, a place where she hopes to incorporate her amassed skills into each and every massage.

Sarah StephenSarah Stephen
Sarah graduated from Grant MacEwan's 2200 hour Massage Therapy program in 2012 and became a member of the College of Massage Therapists of British Columbia in 2019. In 2010, she graduated from the University of Alberta with a Bachelors in Physical Education.

Sarah has worked with an active clientele base ranging from professional Nordic athletes, heli skiers and clients wanting to sustain their healthy lifestyles in various mountain towns.

With the use of clinical assessment, Sarah takes great pride in customizing each treatment to suit every client she works with. She is also trained in myofascial release therapy, Kinesio Taping, lymphatic drainage, postural dysfunctions, remedial exercise, and joint mobilization.

Sarah is excited to now call Revelstoke home and help provide massage treatments catered to your goals.

How can I book an appointment?
You can book your appointment online at your convenience using the link below. Please note that same-day appointments cannot be booked online, please phone the clinic to inquire on same day availability.

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You may also call the clinic directly. Please see our contact information in the column on the right.

Where are you located?
We are conveniently located in downtown Revelstoke at 109 2nd avenue East.

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What to expect my first massage therapy treatment?
Prior to starting the massage, your massage therapist will review your health history form and discuss in detail with you information related to your complaint or injury.

Depending on the nature of your complaint, your massage therapist may wish (with your consent) to do further evaluation or assessment to identify what is causing the problem and how we can best treat the issue.

We will work together to create a massage therapy treatment plan that best fits your personal goals and expectations, tailored to your individual body needs.

During the massage, we will ensure you are comfortable with the treatment at all times. You can request to try particular treatments (as listed above), or your massage therapist can suggest what they feel will be best suited to your particular goals and body needs. If you are not comfortable with the treatment, it can be stopped or modified at any time.

After the treatment, your massage therapist will usually suggest therapeutic exercises, stretches, or postural correction techniques so you can continue to feel better and improve your body health.

What should I bring?

  • Comfortable Clothing We encourage you to bring comfortable clothing (tank top and shorts are recommended, we can provide these if needed), as we often show stretches and exercises after the treatment.
  • Doctor's referral/Diagnostic Reports If you received a doctor's referral for massage therapy, please bring the referral script. It can be helpful to provide your therapist with any diagnostic reports related to your condition or injury (X-ray, MRI, CT scan, etc...) You can also sign a release of information consent form and we can request the reports directly from your doctor if necessary.
  • Health History & Consent Forms If you are able to, we request that you print and fill out a health history form prior to your first visit. If not we ask that you arrive 5-10 minutes early to fill one out at the clinic.

Do I need to fill out a health history form?
Yes. Prior to receiving your first massage therapy treatment, you will be required to fill out a health history form to ensure we can treat you safely and effectively. You will be asked to provide information regarding your previous injuries and medical history, as well as any medications or treatments you are currently receiving, and the details of your current symptoms or complaints. Your health history information will be updated annually.

If you cannot download and complete the form, we ask that you arrive 5-10 minutes prior to your first appointment to fill out the form at the clinic.

Do I need a doctor's referral?
No, you do not need a doctor's referral to receive massage therapy. However, some benefits (extended medical insurance) plans require a referral for coverage. Please check with your benefits provider if they require you to obtain one prior to your appointment.

What are the prices for massage therapy treatments?
(Massage Therapy prices do not include GST)

  • 1 Hour (standard) $100

Also available:

  • 30 min $65
  • 45 min $80
  • 1 hr 15 $120 (please call the clinic directly to book a 1hr 15 min treatment)
  • 1 hr 30 $140 (please call the clinic directly to book a 1hr 30 min treatment)

Is massage therapy covered by provincial health care? Am I covered?
Yes, there is coverage for those who qualify for provincial funding. If you have an injury claim through Worksafe BC or ICBC, you are able to have your treatments partially or fully covered. Please contact us for more information. If you have an extended medical plan or benefits package, you may be eligible for partial or full coverage. Please check with your provider for details.

What are all the questions that I need to ask my benefits provider?

  1. What is my coverage for massage therapy?
  2. Do you require a doctor's referral for treatment?
  3. Do you require the therapist to fill out any special forms?

Am I expected to tip my massage therapist?
No, we consider a massage therapy treatment to be a health care service and we do not expect nor encourage tipping.

Other questions?
If you have any other questions in regards to the treatments offered at Helios, please contact us by phone or email, and we will be happy help you however we can.

Helios Rehabilitation & Performance | #5- 1605 Victoria Road P.O Box 1998 Revelstoke, BC V0E 2S0