Health care is an essential service, therefore we are OPEN during provincial lockdowns.

We have made some important changes to keep you and our therapists safe.

Following the Ontario Ministry of Health and our governing Colleges guidelines, these are the important measures we are taking to ensure patient and therapist safety:

1) Initial COVID-19 screening questions when booking your appointment and also when you arrive for your appointment.
2) We will ask that you wear a mask or cloth face covering to the clinic.
3) We have taken chairs out of waiting area and have 6 feet apart markers on floors.
4) We have installed a plexiglass barrier at front desk.
5) We have reduced patient bookings and spaced out bookings so that you can go directly into the treatment room, not waiting room, unless you are late.
6) Hand sanitizer will be available for you to use.
7) Therapist will be wearing a disposable surgical/procedural mask, and will increase their hand washing and hand sanitizing practices.
8) Between treatments the therapist will disinfect the table, equipment and anything used/ touched in treatment room. As always clean fresh linens will be supplied by our linen company.
9) Reception and waiting area will be disinfected regularly.

about massage

What is Massage Therapy?

Massage practice is a therapeutic, integral healing relationship in which the therapist assists the client in restoring, maintaining and enhancing the well-being of the client. The practice of massage therapy is the assessment of soft tissues and joints of the body and the treatment and prevention of physical dysfunction and pain of soft tissues and joints by manipulation to develop, maintain, rehabilitate or augment physical function, & relieve pain.

Therapeutic Massage is Recommended for:

Just as massage therapy is safe and effective if used for stress management, it is also widely used to help patients obtain relief from many specific problems, with treatments for:

  • Neck and shoulder tension
  • Low back pain
  • Muscle spasm
  • Headaches & migraines
  • Sports injuries
  • Post injury rehabilitation
  • Whiplash injuries
  • Arthritis
  • Tendinitis/bursitis
  • Respiratory problems
  • Circulation problems
  • Frozen shoulder
  • Neuritis/neuralgia
  • Digestive/lower bowel problems
  • Pregnancy massage

Massage Therapy can Help You Manage Stress

Many of today's health problems arise from stress. Because stress upsets the delicate integral balance of all your body's functions, regaining this balance requires a holistic approach. Massage Therapy not only treats those parts of you which are a problem, but also affects the whole of your metabolism through normalizing your circulatory, muscular, and nervous systems and their interdependent functioning.