Massage Therapy

As a Kinesiologist, 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.

Q

I am not a Registered Massge Therapist. When I started my health practice in the late 1980’s, RMT designation did not exist. Through the years, I have taught various RMT courses.

Our Services

Any of the following massage techniques will increase blood and lymphatic circulation, reduce nerve and energy blockages, reduce scar tissue, reduce tightness and increase mobility resulting in healing and relaxation.

All of the massage experiences include the mild general healing comfort of the Amethyst BioMat.  Rows of amethyst crystals fill the massage table’s length, which is then infused with Far Infrared heat and enhanced by variable heat settings to create an incredibly relaxing and unique healing experience.

Trigger Point Therapy

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. When gentle pressure is applied, trigger points release, and the affected muscle can elicit a relaxation response.

Hot Stone Massage

The massage movements are fluid and slow, leading to one of the most profound feelings of relaxation.

60 Minutes $110 + hst

90 Minutes $145 + hst

Swedish Massage

The perfect balance between muscle toning and total relaxation.

60 Minutes $90 + hst

90 Minutes $125 + 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 $90 + hst

90 Minutes $125 + hst

Treat Yourself

Relax. Enjoy.