Pam Klassen, RMT
Pamela graduated June 2019 from MH Vicars School of Massage with over 2200 hours of training. Her Massage Therapy training includes Prenatal, Myofascial, Trigger Point and CUPPING Therapy techniques. In 2022, she earned the designation of Reflexologist, training at the Therapeutic Reflexology Institute.
For her, Massage Therapy and Reflexology are inspiring, healing and rewarding as she works with her clients. She is registered with Natural Health Practitioners of Canada (NHPC).
Pam has been married for 25 years to her husband, Jeremy. Their three children attended Patricia Heights Elementary School, played soccer with Rio Terrace and they live in the west end of Edmonton. Pam has a passion for painting, usually is reading more than one book at any given time and shows her competitive side when playing board games with her friends and family.
With her infectious laugh and bubbly personality, she is such a fantastic addition to the clinic!
She is pleased to support the clients on their wellness journey.
Chatty level: I am a friendly personality, but when I'm on the table receiving a massage I often like silence. Thus, I try my best to be sensitive to each client's different expectations regarding 'visiting' during the treatment. I have some people that chat through the entire treatment (and I enjoy that); and others who lay in silence for their entire massage (which I respect and understand). I am very happy to meet each person's 'talkativity level' with what they feel comfortable with.
Scents: Yes, I use Japanese Mint Oil at the end of my treatment when I do a scalp massage. I always enquire if it is OK to introduce the scent. I use the Kalaya pain relief cream during my treatment if there are serious issues present. I describe what the clients may experience (scent & sensation) once I apply it.
Depth level: When I started my massage career, my depth level was very moderate. I have been working at the clinic more than 3 years and I strongly believe that my depth level has increased. I have some clients that request a 'relaxation' (lighter pressure) and I have others that ask that I go as deep as possible. Overall, I feel that my depth pressure that I usually use is a 7 or 8 out of 10.