Amanda Stewart

Fifth Avenue Physiotherapy Team


Amanda Stewart

Amanda Stewart


Patient treating hours:
Tues: 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
Thurs: 8:00 am – 4:00 pm

Mount Royal College of Massage Therapy (2000)


  • Certification in Introduction to Thai Yoga April 2005
  • Certification in CranioSacral Therapy Level 1 September 2006
  • Certification in Ashtanga Yoga Teacher Training June 2007
  • Certification in 200 hours of Yoga Teacher Training July 2007
  • Certification in Myofascial Release 1 March 2009
  • Certification in Ethics Module1 November 2010
  • Certification in Myofascial Decompression March 2012
  • Certification in Integrated Anatomy, Assessment and Treatment of shoulder pathologies June 2012
  • Certification in Application of Fascial Techniques for the Extremeties November 2013
  • Certification in Considering Fascia in the Mix November 2013
  • Certification in Treatment of the leg and foot injuries June 2014
  • Certification in Kinetic Massage of the Neck October 2014
  • Certification in Dynamic Cupping and Massage Course April 2015
  • Certification in MIPAWork Level 1 (Rolfing) May 2015
  • Certification in Shiatsu Level 1 April 2019
  • Certification in Kinetic Massage of the shoulder August 2019

Over the last 20 years of practicing massage therapy,  Amanda has developed an exceptional ability to identify the problem areas and combine different techniques to find the optimal and individual way to provide the most effective care to her clients. She is equally thrilled to work with acute or chronic, injuries, repetitive strain, or to reduce stress.

She is known for her attention to detail and incorporates traditional Swedish massage in addition to other techniques for all her clients. She is a caring and compassionate individual who is committed to achieving a positive outcome for her clients. She is passionate about supporting individuals with an integrated approach to relieve physical and emotional stress. She is passionate about her field of practice and loves working with people. She believes patient education and understanding are a fundamental part of ensuring each person reaches their optimum state of well-being.

How many years have you been a Massage Therapist?
I have been lucky to have spent the last 20 years working as a healthy and strong full-time massage therapist.

Why did you become a Massage Therapist?
I knew I wanted a career that could help people and make them feel better. I needed a career that involved movement and working with people. I feel so lucky and privileged to have a career that provides me joy and pride. I receive so much enjoyment and satisfaction in providing massage therapy to my clients. It is a gift to make people feel better.

Do you have an area of special interest? 
I have a specific interest in fascia and how stress affects our entire body and mind. How everything we do in our movement and thoughts affects us in a positive or negative way. How amazing and resilient we are as humans and that we can live healthier and happier lives with small adjustments to our thoughts and movement patterns.

How does movement impact your life?
Movement brings me joy, happiness and is a crucial tool for my mental health. I love practicing yoga, lifting weights, dancing, biking and running.

What does a great Massage Therapist look like to you?
A great massage session involves communication and respect. It is always about what the client on the table needs to feel less stressed and healthier. That might mean less or more pressure, good music, more heat or less heat, and different techniques. I always tell my clients that their appointment is about them not me and to let me know what they want from our appointment.