Registered Massage therapy

We Offer These Treatment Types

Traditional Swedish Massage Therapy

Swedish Massage therapy is used to treat many different conditions. It works by manipulating the muscles and other soft tissues in the joint to cause the intended relief. Relief may be relaxation in nature or pain relief.

Common conditions traditional swedish massage can help include: Sciatica, Headaches and migraines, Low back pain, Muscle Strains(pulled muscles), Fibromyalgia, Arthritis, Bursitis, Stress, Sleep Disorders, Depression, Anxiety, Carpal Tunnel, Sport Related Injuries and many more

Deep Tissue Massage

Deep tissue massage is a form of traditional massage when the deeper layers of muscle are released. This type of treatment is commonly confused with deep pressure massage which is when the therapist applied more pressure to the muscles but does not necessarily work the deeper layers of muscle. While this form of treatment is not for the faint of heart, it can be very effective in cases where a deep seeded pain persists.

Common conditions deep tissue massage can help include: Long lasting muscular pain, Deep rooted pain, athletic recovery, old and recurring injuries and much more.

Indian Head Massage

Indian head massages are known for sending you home feeling like a ball of goo! It is a form of traditional massage but with a focus on stress relief. We begin by working the back, neck and shoulders. Once we have gotten the right amount of relaxation reached, we moved to the face and scalp portion of our massage. The main goal for this type of massage is relaxation.

Common conditions Indian head massage can help include: Stress, Anxiety, Sleep disorders, Headaches and migraines, Depression and much more.

TMJD massage

TMJD Massage is a form of massage that is used to treat disorders of the Jaw. TMJD or temporal mandibular joint dysfunction is very common and typically left untreated. TMJD can cause Bruxism (grinding of the teeth), Headaches, Dental damage and even “Lock Jaw” (Medically called Trismus). TMJD Massage releases the muscles involved in these conditions to create a response to send the signals back to normal. By working the muscles of the jaw (both inside and outside of the mouth) we can create the regular functions of the muscles even after these conditions have begun.

Common conditions TMJD massage can help include: Post Dental work pain and stiffness, Bruxism (teeth grinding), Trismus (Lock Jaw), Headaches, Jaw “Clicking” and many more.

Hot Stone Massage

Hot Stone massage is a form of Swedish massage where hot rocks are used instead of the therapist’s hands. This works by applying the hot stones and moving them in a fashion that allows the heat to work deeper into the tissues with less pressure. The rocks used are made of Basalt stone. This type of stone is collected from a volcanic area and is the same rock found in volcanos. This allows the rocks to hold the temperatures for longer periods of time. The rocks are typically heated to 140oF but can be modified based on comfort.

Common conditions Hot Stone massage can help include: Insomnia support, chronic pain, conditions sensitive to touch (ie. Fibromyalgia, MS, Arthritis, Ect.), Stress, anxiety, depression and much more.

Cupping Massage

One of the most ancient forms of massage, cupping is when you use special plastic cups to apply a lifting pressure to areas of the body where the suction will lift the skin and create the intended reaction. Suction cupping can be used for almost everything traditional massage can be used for but is typically applied when the intended reaction needs to happen at an accelerated rate. It is wonderful for releasing toxins from the body which is where the well-known discolouration happens. Detoxification happens when the suction applied causes stagnation which is when the old, damaged tissues are pulled to the surface. Once at the surface, the lymphatic system can carry it away. The discolouration typically lasts from 24-72 hours but in some people, it can last up to a week.

Common conditions cupping massage can help include: Chronic pain, Muscle Tension, Scar tissue, Anxiety, Inflammation, Edema, Cellulite, Rheumatism and much more.

Kinetic Taping

Also known as Kin-Tape or K-Tape, is used in many forms to assist with a massage treatment. It is a form of cotton tape with different stretch levels that can be applied for many conditions. It is typically used to either splint or lift tissues to help with decreasing swelling.

Common conditions kinetic taping can help include: Sprains or strains, Swelling, bruising, postural problems, weak joints and much more.

Prenatal Massage

Prenatal massage is a Swedish massage performed on someone who is currently pregnant. It involves all the same things as a traditional Swedish massage but with minor modifications due to the pregnancy. It is important to tell your massage therapist as soon as you know you’re pregnant to ensure all the proper safety modifications are utilized.

Massage Fees (HST Included)

Initial Visit (60 Minute Massage)
$65.00
30 Minute Massage
$55.00
45 Minute Massage
$70.00
60 Minute Massage
$80.00
90 Minute Massage
$125.00
60 Minute Hot Stone Massage
$110.00
60 Minute Indian Head Massage
$90.00
30 Minute Cupping Massage
$65.00
45 Minute Cupping Massage
$75.00

We Do Direct Billing to the Following Companies

Blue Cross

Blue Shield

Chamber of Commerce Group Insurance

Cowan

Desjardins

Equitable life

Great West Life

Green Shield Canada

Industrial Alliance (IA)

Johnsons Inc.

Manulife (OTIP)

Maximum Benefit or Johnston Group

MDM Insurance Group

NexGen Rx

RWAM

SSQ Financial Group

Sun Life Financial

The Cooperators Group

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