Registered Massage Therapy
Treatments are covered under extended health care benefits.
Direct billing is available.
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Treatment provided by a Registered Massage Therapist offers significant benefits for a variety of conditions. Whether you are just in need of relaxation or muscle tension reduction, or relief from chronic pain, let a Massage Therapist help you feel the very best you can.
We offer: Deep Tissue Massage, Swedish Relaxation Massage, Hot Stone Massage, Aroma Massage, Gua Sha Face Massage, TMJ Massage, Prenatal Massage and Tui Na Massage.
Hot Stone Massage
Hot Stone massage utilizes smooth, flat, heated basalt stones with slow, smooth and gentle techniques to relax you.
Recommended for anxiety and stress.
Aromatherapy is the art and science of using essential oils.During an Aroma Massage,
We assess your special needs and tailor the essential oil blends for your massage.
Recommended for sleeping disorder, pain and stress relief.
By use of Jade Stone and Essential Oils applied to acu-points on the face and neck, tension, wrinkles and puffed eyes are diminished
Gua Sha may improve lymph drainage and circulation and enhance the absorption of facial products.
Tui Na Massage
Originating in ancient China, Tui Na Massage
targets specific acu-points and meridians on the body with pressure to remove blockage in the muscles and joints, pain, stiffness and discomfort can be alleviated.
Recommended at the beginning of the pregnancy, prenatal massage can help reduce anxiety, relieve muscle aches and joints, and improve over all health and comfort during labor and birth.
A soft and gentle Swedish Massage is suitable for those who just want to relax in general. This technique uses only unscented oil with long gliding strokes for gentle relaxation.
This 30 minute head and face massage is a special offer to reduce headache, migraine and tension on TMJ by applying regular and gentle yet firm pressure on acu-points on the head and jawlines to induce deep relaxation.
Reflexology is a type of massage that involves applying different amounts of pressure to the feet, hands, and ears. It’s based on a theory that these body parts are connected to certain organs and body systems.