individualized treatment plans assist client’s on their journey to wellness.
a building block to the foundation of a more balanced lifestyle.
focused on engagement in local community through acts of service.
Jordan Lennon is an NHPC Registered Massage Therapist who began his career in 2007 . Using his extensive theoretical knowledge and intuitive touch, Jordan provides treatments that address reasons for a client’s discomfort, sending them away feeling relaxed and rejuvenated.
In the course of Jordan’s career, he has helped a variety of clientele ranging from seniors recovering from strokes, individuals recovering from injuries, triathletes to expectant mothers. During his time as an instructor, Jordan had the honor of facilitating numerous anatomy labs in cooperation with the U of S College of Medicine. Many of the students Jordan instructed at a local college now have successful practices of their own.
Our mission at Raido is to provide meaningful treatment plans that are an integral part of our client’s journey to wellness.
I drive extensively for work as well as having a physically demanding job as a plumber. Jordan does an amazing deep tissue massage that gets deep into knots and aches in my hips and shoulders that are a result of my job. His massage space is relaxing and quiet, I start feeling calm the moment I walk thru the door.
– Michael, Saskatoon
I’ve been getting massages from Jordan for about 8 years. His professionalism and knowledge of anatomy and massage mean that every time I go i feel better. I’m so glad that Jordan has a new space where he can help more people.
– Jay, Saskatoon
“I’ve been a regular client of Jordan’s for several years and not once have I gotten up from the table not feeling better after a treatment. He is super knowledgeable about anatomy and has been able to help with every issue I’ve presented him with – the precision he brings to his work is incredible. He’s also a kind and empathetic person who is supportive and extremely responsive to feedback so you really feel like each treatment is a two-way process.”
– Kim, Saskatoon