Yvonne, RMT


Yvonne has been a registered massage therapist since 2010 and specializes in therapeutic and sports massage and Fascial Stretch Therapy.  With her extensive training, she has worked with a wide spectrum of clients from Olympic level/professional athletes to the weekend warrior.  Most recently she has been working with a variety of military special forces candidates as well as RCMP and Edmonton Police personnel.  

Some of her specialties are:

  • Fascial Stretch Specialist (level 3 medical)
  • Active Isolated Stretching - basic
  • RAPID Adhesion Release

Other techniques include:

  • Kinesiotaping
  • MyofascialCupping and Gua Sha Techniques
  • Myoskeletal Alignment

She has worked tirelessly to change the perception of massage therapy from a luxury service, to a mainstream health service that positively impacts one's physical, mental and emotional well-being.  By becoming published in YEG FITNESS magazine 3 times, she educates her readership on all information related to massage therapy.

Yvonne has been heavily involved in the Crossfit community since 2006.  In recent years she has been training and competing in the sport of powerlifting.  In her first competition she was awarded first place in her age and weight class as well as "best overall female lifter".  In April 2015, she placed 3rd in her age and weight category at CPU Nationals.

Most recently, she immersed herself into the world of biathlon.  A completely different focus from powerlifting, this sport includes skiing and shooting and requires endurance, mental focus, and accuracy even while fatigued.

As an athlete Yvonne believes in having a team of people to help her with her recovery.  She uses massage, chiropractic, physiotherapy and professional coaching to help guide her through her training and keep her injury free.

Jennifer O'Neill, RMT

Jennifer has completed her 2200 hour RMT diploma and is currently working towards her 3000 hour credentials with Makami College.  With the foundations at hand, she is eager to broaden her knowledge in the massage field.  She is extremely excited to be a part of the team at St. Albert Sports Recovery!

She has been involved in a variety of sports throughout her life, but spent most of her teenage years heavily involved in competitive swimming.  Her goal was to swim for team Canada in the Olympics but a serious back injury sidelined that dream.

Through her recovery she saw a new goal in the medical field to help others improve their quality of life and general health.  After seeing the benefits of complementary andalternative medicine, she became interested in massage therapy.

Highly skilled in therapeutic massage and orthopaedic assessments, Jennifer is also trained in pre / post event sports massage, trigger point therapy, hot stone massage, pre / post-natal massage and relaxation therapy.