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A Natural Approach to Health

Massage Therapy involves a range of manual techniques applied to the soft tissues and joints of the body. The purpose of Registered Massage Therapy is to relieve pain, and maintain, rehabilitate and improve physical function.

All prices below do not include HST.

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Therapeutic Massage
Relaxes the body and mind, flushes toxins out of the muscles, increases oxygen flow in the blood, improves circulation and range of motion.
30 min 60 min
90 min 120 min
Deep Tissue Massage
Prenatal Massage
Sports Massage
Infant Massage
Swedish Relaxation Massage
(Light to Medium Pressure used) Swedish massage uses a variety of techniques specifically designed to relax the muscles and unwanted tension.
30 min 60 min
90 min 120 min
Dry Brushing Massage
Breast Tissue Massage
Children Massage

What to Expect

Does massage therapy hurt?
As with many treatments affecting the soft tissue, there are times when massage therapy can cause some light discomfort but it is not harmful. Discomfort usually diminishes and no technique of this nature is used without the therapist first discussing it with the client and obtaining your permission. A comfort scale will be established and the therapist will work to the client's tolerance level. The client can stop or change the treatment at any time and Massage therapists will modify their techniques to meet their client's needs.

Can anyone receive massage therapy?
Yes, massage therapy is appropriate for individuals of all ages, including infants, children, and the elderly; however, there are some conditions for which massage therapy is not appropriate. A qualified Massage Therapist is trained to recognize these cases.

Many Massage Therapists treat a variety of diseases and disorders while other Massage Therapists concentrate on certain conditions (fibromyalgia) or groups of people such as athletes, performers, women during pregnancy (including labour and delivery), infants and children. When booking your first consultation, be sure that the Massage Therapist is the right choice for you.

What happens on the first visit?
On the first visit you will complete a confidential health history as part of your assessment. This is important as the Massage Therapist needs to know if you have any medical conditions or are taking any medications. The Massage Therapist will listen to your concerns, assess your individual needs as well as other factors that may be contributing to your injury (lifestyle, nutritional status, etc.). The Massage Therapist will then develop a treatment plan with you to ensure you receive appropriate treatment that will help you return, as much as possible, to your normal activities.

Is massage therapy covered under the Ontario Health Insurance Plan?
No. Massage therapy treatments are not covered under OHIP, regardless of whether the treatments are provided by a Massage Therapist directly, by a physician or required by a physician. Most progressive extended health benefit plans do cover massage therapy treatments when provided by a Registered Massage Therapist and most do not require a physician's order to do so. Contact your employer for more information.

Will my Massage Therapist keep my information private?
As regulated health professionals, Massage Therapists are required as a part of the standards set by the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario to maintain the information you provide, both verbally and in written form, in the strictest of confidence. In addition, Registered Massage Therapists are covered by Ontario's Personal Health Information Protection Act, 2004. As a result, information that is collected about clients may be collected only with consent, may only be disclosed with consent or to your immediate health providers (circle of care), and must be secured and maintained. Any concerns about the requirements of this legislation or about whether a Registered Massage Therapist breached the requirements of the Act may be addressed to the Information and Privacy Commissioner of Ontario.

These are just a few condition/ injuries that Registered Massage Therapist can address for treatment (Inflammation response and compensations can be treated by RMT). For more information and specifics please call to book an appointment to speak with our therapist.

Musculoskeletal injuries
Scar Tissue
Wounds & Burns
Cruciate & Meniscal Injuries

Overuse Injuries
Frozen Shoulder
Plantar Fasciitis
Periostitis (Shin Splint)
Compartment Syndromes

Head & Neck Conditions
Tension Headache

Postural Dysfunction
Fascial & Muscle Imbalances
IT Band Contracture
Petellofemoral Syndrome

Joint Dysfunction
Hypermobility & Hypomobility
TMJ Dysfunction
DDD (Degenerative Disc Disease)

Respiratory Pathologies
Chronic Bronchitis

Gastrointestinal Concerns
Irritable Bowel Syndrome
Inflammatory Bowel Disease

Systemic Concerns & Other Conditions
Fibromyalgia & Chronic Fatigue
Duputren?s Contracture

Circulatory, Central Nervous System, or Peripheral Nervous System Conditions
Discuss with Registered Massage Therapist
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