Massage Body Work


As a Kinesiologist, not a Registered Massage Therapist, I have extensive training and experience in working in various massage techniques. How the body moves is my prime concern; this involves the skeleton, soft tissue and nerves.

Our Services

Musculoskeletal pain often results from compensating movement patterns – weak or short soft tissue on one side of the joint and tight or weak, soft tissue on the other. This lends itself to improper movement and possible pain. As a result, to continue to engage in activities, the body starts to compensate and over time, uneven wear and tear occur around joints causing inflammation.

We work to correct these through various massage techniques, assisted movement, and specific exercises.

Trigger Points

Trigger points are hyperirritable points that appear in skeletal muscle tissue as palpable nodules in tight bands of muscle fibres. When these trigger points receive compression, there is usually a pain response either at the site or a referred pain response at another location. Conversely, when gentle pressure is applied, trigger points release and the affected muscle can elicit a relaxation response.

Swedish Massage

The perfect balance between muscle toning and total relaxation.

60 Minutes $95 + hst

90 Minutes $130 + hst

Deep Tissue Massage

This specialized massage uses a technique that targets deep muscle layers and is particularly effective in releasing chronic tension in contracted muscles and connective tissue.

60 Minutes $95 + hst

90 Minutes $130 + hst

Treat Yourself

Relax. Enjoy.