Bradyn Muska-Gray

Massage Therapist
RMT – 2200 hours

Originally from Vancouver Island, Bradyn moved to Calgary in 2012 to pursue a career in Mixed Martial Arts. After years of chronic injury, he switched his focus to therapeutic massage, helping others attain their physical best. Bradyn has an easygoing manner, a wry sense of humor, and a philosophy of treating without judgment. In 2020, Bradyn graduated top of his class at Mount Royal University, earning awards for academic excellence. He is a Registered Massage Therapist in good standing with the Massage Therapist Association of Alberta.

Bradyn’s treatments emphasize rehabilitation and pain reduction. Specific areas of interest include the low back and hips; neck and jaw; post-concussion recovery; and strain/tendinitis injuries — but if you are in any discomfort, he is dedicated to uncovering its source. If you desire relaxation, his style consists of slow gliding techniques and deep, prolonged compressions. For you energizer bunnies out there, he incorporates partnered stretching and active resistance techniques.

Bradyn is passionate about treating office workers, weekend warriors, athletes, and anyone in search of a pain-free lifestyle. He is also a cisgender supporter of the LGBTQ+ community and believes that inclusive healthcare should be the rule, not the exception.

In his spare time, Bradyn can be found cooking, reading fantasy and non-fiction books, gaming with friends, or watching Rupaul’s Drag Race with his lovely wife. Bradyn’s sense of humor is attributed to his myriad interests and the unfortunate truth that his cats are the true masters of “his” domain.

braydn muska-gray is a massage therapist in Calgary

Dear Valued Calgary Muscle and Soft Tissue Clinic Patients,

We are still open for business. Due to the outbreak of COVID-19 we want to make sure we do our part to prioritize your health and well-being and that of our team and community. We are open for business and continue to offer a welcoming and safe place for patients and our therapists alike. We are paying close attention to the up-to-the-minute updates from Alberta Health Services and are strictly enforcing all the recommended sanitary protocols and practices. We are committed to ensuring that everyone stays safe and healthy while visiting our clinic.

As we navigate through this period of heightened awareness we will be taking a serious of precautionary steps including:

  • A further increase in our cleaning and sanitizing procedures
  • Disinfecting treatment rooms and tables after each use
  • Limiting hand and face contact (no handshakes, hugs, etc.)

We ask that if you are feeling unwell, even if it just feels like a cold or cough, or if you’ve recently returned from travelling to a high-risk area to please cancel your appointment (we value your observation of giving us as much notice as possible). 

Our community is strong and for that, we are thankful. Together, through intentional connection, we will get through this. This situation will be updated on our website homepage as new information becomes available.

Be well, stay safe and thank you for your continued patronage.


Laurie Fisher
Clinical Director/Owner