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Services

  • Benefits

  • Types of treatment, lengths, and pricing

  • What you should know before your Appointment

The benefits of working with a Registered Massage Therapist

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MT’s are educated and trained to assess, observe and treat using techniques that include massage and manual therapy, joint mobilization, hydrotherapy, and rehabilitative exercise. It is also our job to refer you to other heath care professionals if we needed.

Well-rounded health
 

The benefits of regular massage therapy are endless. Massage can decrease mental and physical stress, provide you with better postural awareness, improve your range of motion and the health of your joints. Its all about being proactive.


Invest in your health, you deserve it.

Registered health-care and insurance coverage

 

RMT’s are highly trained health care providers, so rest assured that you’re in good hands. Whether you’re seeking treatment, or just being proactive, RMT services are covered by extended health insurance.

Treatment Types

Treatment types:


The type of massage best suited for you will be discussed in the treatment room during assessment.

Myofascial Release

This treatment focuses on the connective tissue layer of fascia rather than the muscles. It is done with little to no oil, and much less pressure applied than a regular massage. Pressure is held at the connective tissue barrier where the fascia can be worked on.

TMJ Therapy 

This treatment focuses on the temporomandibular joint (TMJ) and the compensatory areas. Massage around the jaw, scalp, and upper back can be done, as well as intra-oral work on the pterygoid muscles in the mouth.

Sports Massage

 

Rehab, injury prevention, training, and increasing range of motion are just a few reasons to come in for a sports massage. Pre and post-sporting event massages are very beneficial to keep you performing at peak physical state. A mixture of techniques are used to tailor the treatment to your needs and goals.

Pre-Natal Massage

With the use of a special pre-natal pillow, women have the option to lie face down to get the most out of their massage. Side-lying position with pillows is also an option. Treatment can help women through the aches and pains that may come with pregnancy.

Swedish/Relaxation Massage

This is what is taught to all RMTs. It can be tailored to each individuals needs as it is beneficial in many ways. It promotes relaxation, increases range of motion, decreases muscle tension,  improves circulation, and much more. 

Mental Health

Psychotherapy and Counselling 

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Treatment Length and Pricing

30 Minute Treatment

$70

45 Minute Treatment

$95

60 Minute Treatment

$115

75 Minute Treatment

$140

90 Minute Treatment

$160

Cancellation Policy : We require 12 hours notice for any cancellations or changes to appointments. Clients who provide less than 12 hours notice, or miss their appointment will be subject to a cancellation fee. Cancellation charges are not covered by insurance. You can always send someone in your place if you can’t make an appointment. Thank you for your understanding.

Pre-natal (Pregnancy) Massage: same prices for any length of treatment

  • This service includes any treatment length (45-60 minutes is recommended) to address any aches, pains, and swelling associated with pregnancy.

  • All areas will be addressed using a prenatal prone pillow which allows you to lay face down for any period comfortably or in a side-lying pillowed position. Discussed further in the assessment.

What you should know before your treatment

If you have never had massage therapy before it is natural to have questions. My goal is to make sure you are comfortable and safe. Any questions, please don’t hesitate to ask me at any time.

At your first Appointment:

I am in the same clinic as psychotherapists, Focus Forward Therapy.

The door will only be unlocked 10-15 minutes before your scheduled appointment time. This is for privacy of other patients. If you are early, you may sit in the waiting room.

I will welcome you in and bring you into the treatment room. This is where we discuss your health history form, assess any areas of concern, massage preferences and any other important information pertaining to your health before beginning.

Then, I’ll leave the room.

Cover yourself with the linens provided and wait for your therapist to knock on the door.

Quick note: If this is your first appointment with me, expect some time to be spent discussing if massage therapy is right for you.

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