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Massage Therapy

Massage therapy is a hands-on practice that involves manipulating the body’s soft tissues, such as muscles, tendons, and ligaments. It offers benefits like relaxation, stress reduction, pain relief, improved circulation, and increased flexibility. Our experienced massage therapists will collaborate closely with you to understand your specific needs, ensuring you receive the most suitable treatment for optimal results. With a team of 14 registered massage therapists (RMT), we have the expertise to address your unique requirements. Plus, we offer the convenience of direct billing to the insurance companies.

RMT Massage (Registered Massage Therapist)  massage near me
  • 30 min – $65 
  • 45 min – $85
  • 60 min – $105
  • 75 min – $130
  • 90 min – $150
Hot Stone Massage Done by RMT  massage near me
  • 30 min —  $65 
  • 45 min —  $95
  • 60 min —  $120
  • 75 min —  $145
  • 90 min —  $170
Prenatal/Postpartum massage near me
  • 45 min — $90
  • 60 min — $105
  • 75 min  — $130

Non-RMT Massage

Hot Stone Massage massage near me
  • 45 min —  $75
  • 60 min —  $100
  • 90 min —  $140
Swedish Massage
  • 45 min — $60
  • 60 min —  $75
  • 90 min — $110
Deep Tissue/Sport Massage
  • 60min — $80
  • 90min — $120
Lymphatic Drainage Massage
  • 60 min — $80
  • 90 min — $115
Aromatherapy
  • 60 min — $80
  • 90 min — $120
Reflexology
  • 30 min — $40
  • 45 min — $60
  • 60 min — $75

 

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Frequently Asked Questions

RMT Massage( Registered Massage Therapy)

A massage provided by an RMT is typically covered by your insurance benefit and direct billing is available. Our experienced RMTs will collaborate with you to understand your specific needs and recommend the best massage for optimal results. Massages can alleviate muscle tightness, diminish aches and pains, and reduce anxiety and depression. 

Hot Stone Massage

One of our most popular treatments, the ancient art of hot stone massage uses smooth, heated stones, most commonly basalt lava stones, to massage the body. This type of massage therapy typically combines Swedish massage techniques to help release toxins and improve circulation. The hot stones have a sedative effect that can relieve chronic pain, reduce stress, and promote deep relaxation.

Prenatal/Postpartum Massage

Prenatal massage provides a safe, effective treatment that focuses on the special needs of the mother-to-be as her body and emotions undergo the dramatic changes of pregnancy. It can ease muscular pain and tension, improve circulation, reduce swelling in the legs, and help decrease stress, anxiety, and physical fatigue. Clients may be asked to lay on their side during the massage. This treatment is not recommended during the first semester.

Swedish Massage

Swedish massage manipulates the superficial layers of muscle and connective tissue to balance muscle tone, increase oxygen flow in the blood and release toxins from the muscles. The technique uses a variety of movements such as long strokes, soft kneading, gentle tapping and stretching. This type of massage is recommended for your first session. 

Deep Tissue /Sports massage

Deep tissue massage is especially helpful for aches and pains. The technique is like Swedish massage, but the movements are slower, and the pressure is stronger. Deep tissue massage usually focuses on a specific problem, such as chronic muscle pain, injury rehabilitation, and other conditions. Popular with athletes, this specialty massage helps prevent sport-related injuries. 

Lymphatic Drainage Massage

The lymphatic system drains excess fluid from the body and aids the immune system in removing and destroying waste, dead blood cells and toxins. Lymphatic drainage massage uses gentle, rhythmic strokes to promote the flow of fluid under the skin back into blood circulation. 

Aromatherapy

Blending art with science, aromatherapy uses essential oils to promote holistic well-being. The therapeutic power of touch combined with the medicinal properties of essential oils can help reduce aches and pains, reduce stress and anxiety, calm the mind, or enliven the body. Since each oil has different healing properties, your therapist will help select the best oil for your needs. 

Reflexology

With origins in Chinese and Indian medicine, reflexology has been practiced as an art and science for over 5,000 years. It involves applying pressure to specific reflex points on the feet that correspond with the body’s organs. The intention is to activate the flow of energy through the nerve endings on the sole of the foot, through various pressing, pulsing, holding and kneading actions. Its most basic function is to stimulate the body’s own natural relaxation response.