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Amanda Sciberras, Registered Massage Therapist (RMT)

Amanda Sciberras

Amanda Sciberras, RMT

Amanda is a registered massage therapist
who focuses her treatments on myofascial release to reduce stress and symptoms. Along with traditional massage techniques a variety of modalities including hot stones, Acutens, Acupresure, and Visceral Myofascial Manipulation can be included in the treatment. Most recently Amanda has added ACE fascial cupping modality to the treatment options.

ACE massage

ACE massage cupping can be used in a variety of ways different conditions. Some of the therapeutic uses of ACE massage cupping are:

  • Lymph drainage
  • Loosen adhesions and smooth scars
  • Help relieve inflammation
  • Bring balance to the circulation and stimulate healthy blood flow
  • Help relieve constipation
  • Calm the nervous system
  • Smooth out cellulite
  • Sinus drainage
  • TMJ issues
  • Natural Face lifting, contouring, and drainage
Common issues that can be treated range from:
  • Headaches, back pain, and joint issues, and muscle stiffness
  • Overuse injuries
  • Abdominal massage for constipation and diaphragm release
  • Breast Massage for tissue health or scar tissue treatment
  • Pre surgical and post surgical lymphatic work (Post surgery must be cleared by the surgeon prior to treatment) that can help with recovery from cosmetic procedures
  • TMJ issues
  • Sinus pain and congestion
A variety of techniques can be implemented including:
  • Acupressure
  • Visceral mayfascial manipulation
  • Deep tissue massage and Trigger Point Therapy
  • Myofascial Release
  • Lymphatic Drainage
  • General Swedish Massage
  • PNF stretching
  • Joint mobilizations
  • Craniosacral Therapy

Amanda is also a professional ballet teacher registered with the Royal Academy of Dance and has been teaching for over 15 years. She has a unique perspective on the issues dancers and artistic athletes face as well as the treatment strategies needed to help. Several issues including turnout, hip flexibility/stability, and foot flexibility/stability as well as posture and core strength can be addressed from this perspective.

Recently, Amanda has taken courses with physiotherapist Julie Wiebe and Susan Clinton who both specializes in core/pelvic health. These new strategies can help with issue that are associated with core including pelvic health issues.