Come in for a full body relaxation massage, full body therapeutic massage
or a massage that is focused on a specific part of the body

Massage Therapy is a non-pharmaceutical and non-surgical approach to your health care.

Each massage and technique is specific to the client’s health requirements.

Techniques Used In Massage Therapy

Swedish Massage
the classic massage technique, aids circulation, reduces stress

Trigger Point Therapy
decreases muscular pain

Manual Lymph Drainage
reduces swelling, increases lymph flow, sedating

Myofascial Release
allows tissue movement by addressing restrictions

Muscle Energy Technique
promotes proper body alignment and movement

Joint Mobilizations
encourages joint nutrition, restores full range of motion

Neuromuscular Technique
minimizes muscle spasm, corrects postural dysfunctions

Some Conditions Treated With Massage Therapy

Muscle spasm
ITB contracture
Slipped disc herniations
Sports injuries
MVA rehabilitation
Frozen shoulder
Carpal tunnel syndrome
Thoracic outlet syndrome
TMJ dysfunction
Nerve injuries

Paraffin Wax Treatment

The following treatment, if performed by an RMT, are covered under any extended health care plan that covers Massage Therapy

Paraffin Wax Therapy is a heated wax applied directly
to the hands or feet. It is used to treat arthritis, bunions,
carpal tunnel syndrome, plantar fasciitis, stress and anxiety.
This moist heat therapy penetrates deep into the skin,
releasing tension allowing massage to be more effective.
Oil from the paraffin softens the skin and cuticles, making hands
and feet smoother.
Experience the paraffin on your hands, feet, elbows or knees.
* Persons with open sores, metal pins or plates in wrists or ankles, or heat sensitivities should not use paraffin wax treatment

Adding Essential Oils

Please note – this service is no longer billable to your insurer and the amount paid for it cannot be included on your Massage Therapy receipt.

Essential Oils

Choose from these oils or others: cinnamon, lime, eucalyptus, peppermint, lavender, rosemary or clove bud. Use these separately or mix them together!

* Persons with epilepsy or pregnancy should not use eucalyptus