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Pamela Ripi Allivellatore


RMT, Reflexologist, Energy Healing

Pamela Ripi Allivellatore is Argentinian, living in Alberta, Canada. Her background in Argentine is as a doctor of neonatology. In 2014 she was diagnosed with an autoimmune disease, and she started to learn Holistic Medicine to treat herself.


It was there where she could find clearer answers for why our bodies become ill and the way to heal ourselves. She started to explore deeper into Energy Treatments. Pamela is an RMT, Reflexologist, TMJ/ TMS syndrome treatment specialist, certified in Meridian Massage (acupressure) and Energetic Healing. 

Pamela is currently taking training in Aromatherapy and studying to become a Mantra Meditation Instructor at the Deepak Chopra Foundation. She has learned many different techniques using her intuition to listen to the body and to balance its energy.


“Healing is my passion! Helping other to heal is my purpose”.


- Pamela R. 

Pamela's Services & Fees

Therapeutic Massage:

  • $60 for 30 minutes

  • $75 for 45 minutes

  • $100 for 60 minutes

  • $120 for 75 minutes

  • $140 for 90 minutes

Hot Stone Massage:

  • $130 for 60 minutes

  • $145 for 75 minutes

  • $165 for 90 minutes


  • $50 for 30 minutes

  • $85 for 60 minutes

Reflexology - Feet and Hand:

  • $70 for 45 minutes

  • $85 for 60 minutes

  • $110 for 75 minutes

  • $125 for 90 minutes

TMJ/TMS Treatment:

  • $100 for 60 minutes

Jade and Gua Sha Stone Facial Massage:

  • $100 for 60 minutes

Multidimensional Therapy:

  • $50 for 30 minutes

  • $85 for 60 minutes

Gua Sha

TMJ/TMS Treatment:

The TMJ is the “hinge” that connects your lower jaw to your skull. It is responsible for the opening and closing of your mouth, as well as moving your lower jaw from side to side. The bones that form this hinge are covered in cartilage, which surrounds a disc. This disc acts as a shock absorber of sorts, absorbing the impact from daily use. As with any other joint, the TMJ works well most of the time. However, there are occasional instances in which problems occur. This not only causes severe pain, but it can also affect your overall health as well.

How I can help you to reduce the pain?


The TMJ therapy consist in 3 sections, Assessment- Intraoral- Extra Oral Massage - Home-care Education. Depending of the result of the assessment and the react of the body to the treatments I will know how many session will be good for you to achieve the expectation. The goal during the sessions it is reduce your pain and teach you different techniques and exercises that then you will be able to treat it by yourself and not have to come every time you have pain.

Jade and Gua Sha Stone Facial Massage: 

Gua sha, or 刮痧, directly translates to “scratch” and “sand” (here, the sand refers to the raised redness on the skin instead of actual sand). “‘Sha’ is caused by the bacteria or virus toxins, which break the capillaries and form hyperemia areas, or spots in the skin or mucus, and form sand-like scattered or condensed areas." It's helpful for alleviating pain as well as increasing circulation and energy flow. And while there have been many Chinese studies regarding the efficacy of gua sha.


Among those listed above, gua sha also helps:


  • Promote blood circulation. “From a Chinese medicine perspective, the Tai Yin meridians

(composed of the lung and spleen) and Yang Ming meridians (composed of the large intestines and the stomach) are responsible for your skin's overall health,” said Lee. “When you gently scrape the skin on your face with your gua sha tool, what you are doing is stimulating your Yang Ming meridians. You are also sending your body a signal that this area needs more blood circulation.”

  • Improve fine lines and wrinkles. Gua sha “can temporarily improve the appearance for the newly and very gentle ones,” Wang said. However, she noted that “for long-standing wrinkles, gua sha should not be the first choice.”

  • Promotes lymphatic drainage. Gua sha can eliminate fluid build-up, which can in turn reduce puffiness, experts said. Relieves tension from muscles. 

  • Also is recommended for the people with weak immune systems (those who struggle with seasonal allergies or tend to catch colds easily). Because by repeatedly stimulating certain areas, gua sha helps purge non-circulating blood and toxins from the body.

Multidimensional Therapy:

Multidimensional Therapy is complementary and inclusive therapy, also called "Heart Therapy" as the whole process develops through hearth chakra of the therapist, which works as a spiritual link between the Light Beings and the client.

Multidimensional Therapy work in the level of restore balance and harmonization of the client using quartz and black tourmaline as amplifiers and resonators of the energy field.


There is no need for physical contact between the therapist and the client, as all the work is done by Beings of Light in other dimensions.

MD Therapy
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