A Balanced Approach Therapy Centre


2310 College Ave. Regina Sask.   PH: 306-757-3200

WELCOME   Regina  THANK YOU   for choosing us!


 Massage Therapy ~ Shiatsu ~ Reiki ~ Reflexology ~ Craniosacral ~ Frequency Specific Microcurrent

Sports Massage ~  Rapid NeuroFascial Reset  ~ Naturopathic Doctor



We are very pleased to announce that Jessica Swanson is joining our team

Jessica has recently graduated from Western College of Remedial Massage Therapies. 

She is both a Registered Massage Therapist as well as a certified Reiki Master.

*****Special..    For the month of July, if you book with Jessica, she will give you a $10.00 coupon

to redeem on your next 60 min massage with her.


Starting July 16, we are please to announce that Lindsay Cotton will be offering Shiatsu at A Balanced Approach.
30 mins = $50.00
60 mins=$75.00 
******As a welcome, she is offering a $10 discount for the first treatment from July 9th to August 9th.


  • Shiatsu

The Benefits of this type of treatment are: Muskuloskeletal pain including back, neck and joint pain, muscular stiffness/tension, headaches/migraines, Sciatica pain, insomnia, stress/anxiety, digestive disorders, PMS etc
What is Shiatsu?
Shiatsu is a Japanese non-invasive physical form of body work that's aim is to bring the body back into its natural balanced state in which it has the ability to heal itself. Shiatsu is sometimes refereed to as "Acupuncture without the needles" as it works with meridians and the acupuncture points. Shiatsu therapist use various ways to apply pressure on to the body using thumbs, palms, fingers, knuckles, elbows, and feet. Shiatsu aims to restore any imbalances, and invigorate the flow of Qi throughout the body.   

Why shiatsu?

It is a Japanese based bodywork that incorporates acupressure, stretches, western massage; while using the bodies Meridian channels to stimulate qi to bring the body back into a balanced state to promote healing.

  • Moxabustion

Moxa is a Traditional Chinese Medicine technique that involves burning a small amount of mug-wort on an acupuncture point to help facilitate healing. A small amount of shinko cream is placed on an acupuncture point which prevents the skin from burning. The moxa (mug wort) is then placed on top of the shinko cream in which it is then burned using a small incense stick. No scarring or burning is involved in this direct-indirect moxa. 

Please note, Stephanie's treatment formerly known as Rapid Adhesion Release is now known as RAPID NeuroFascial Reset.


Practitioner Hours:
Monday - Sunday
9:00am - Close
**We have a receptionist Monday to Friday from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm please use the online booking system after those hours and on weekends**
Note: Closing times will vary depending upon appointment schedules.

*Conveniently located Downtown*
Free parking available on Street and front driveway
email us at abalancedapproach@hotmail.com
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