Stonebridge Location


23-118 Cope Crescent,
Saskatoon, SK S7T 0X3
(306) 653-3838


Monday - Friday
8:30 am to 4:30 pm
*Evening and Saturday Massage Therapy appointments available!


  • Initial Assessment: $125.00
  • Follow-up Treatments: $95.00
  • Dry Needling Assessment: $125
  • Dry Needling Follow-Up: $95.00
Massage Therapy
  • 30 Minutes: $60
  • 45 Minutes: $80
  • 60 Minutes: $95
  • 75 Minutes: $110
  • 90 Minutes: $125
Manual Osteopathic Therapy
  • Initial Assessment: $150.00
  • Follow-up Treatments: $120.00

We Offer

Direct billing through TELUS Health, Canada Life, Manulife Financial, Sun Life Financial, ClaimSecure, GroupHEALTH, GroupSource, Manion, Saskatchewan Blue Cross, Cowan Insurance Group, Johnson, Johnston Group, CINUP, Chamber of Commerce, Maximum Benefit, First Canadian, GMS, Green Shield Canada and SSQ Insurance


Maxton Plett


Maxton Plett is a graduate of the University of Saskatchewan, where he obtained his Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology, followed by his Masters of Physical Therapy degree. Clinically, Maxton is interested in all things orthopedic! He is passionate about empowering people to get back to doing what is important to them by helping them understand their injuries and by taking an individualized approach to their rehabilitation. Maxton provides physiotherapy services to people with injuries from work, motor vehicle accidents, or everyday life.

Outside of the clinic, Maxton enjoys staying active by playing sports, lifting weights, snowmobiling, and canoeing.

Shaunda Arsenie


Shaunda began helping and teaching people over 20 years ago in her role as a dance instructor, and her passion for guiding individuals to an improved state of health and well-being has grown from there! Shaunda’s love of dance and fascination with human movement naturally led her to pursue her Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology and Master of Physical Therapy. Over her 10 + year career as a physiotherapist, Shaunda has continued her education to include Medical Therapeutic Yoga, Functional Movement Assessment and exercise prescription, vestibular rehabilitation, nervous system regulation and biomedical dry needling, allowing her to meet you wherever you’re at on your healing journey. Shaunda is dedicated to helping her patients achieve their goals by finding balance in treatment techniques, creating authentic therapeutic relationships, and practicing with compassion.

In her spare time, Shaunda loves reading, dancing, camping and exploring the backcountry in the Canadian Rockies with her husband.

Alison Toews

Massage Therapist

Alison is a proud graduate of the Western College of Remedial Massage Therapy in Regina. She graduated in 1996 and taught a variety of anatomy, kinesiology and practical classes from 1998-2016.

Alison has worked with a wide assortment of patients and conditions over the years and enjoys the varied experiences of her career. She has a particular interest and specialized training in TMJ and laryngeal massage.

When not in the clinic, Alison is usually enjoying the many live theatre and music productions available in this vibrant city.

Kirsten Simmons

Massage Therapist, Manual Osteopathic Therapist

Kirsten, a graduate of Alberta Massage Training (2013) and the Manual Osteopathic College of Canada (2023), merges her nursing background with a holistic approach to enhance client well-being. Having taught anatomy, pathology, nutrition, and business courses from 2014-2016, she is committed to educating and empowering clients. Specializing in pain management and overall health benefits, Kirsten draws from personal experiences to provide effective, personalized treatments.

Beyond her professional commitment, she finds joy in family, travel, personal development, and culinary creativity.

Mackenzie Golem

B.Sc.Kin, Exercise Therapist

Mackenzie Golem is a graduate of the University of Saskatchewan where she completed her Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology with a major in Exercise and Sport Studies in 2023. During her time in university, Mackenzie volunteered with PAAL for multiple terms. PAAL (Physical Activity for Active Living) is a program that pairs volunteers with participants with the goal of helping participants feel supported and successful in being physically active. Volunteering with PAAL allowed Mackenzie to create meaningful relationships while also providing a safe and structured environment to encourage physical activity. Mackenzie is excited to have the opportunity to take the skills learned at PAAL and apply them to her work at the clinic.

When Mackenzie is not at the clinic, she can be found camping, or spending time with her family and friends.