Registered Massage Therapy
Massage therapy is an integral part of our wellness approach.
Massage therapy can be beneficial in many ways:
Chronic Pain: a great tool in managing and decreasing chronic pain associated with neurological conditions, fibromyalgia, multiple sclerosis, chronic fatigue, arthritis and more.
Stress relief: helpful for decreasing stress, improving relaxation, body awareness, grounding and mindfulness.
Edema/Swelling: treating the lymphatic system with manual lymph drainage techniques can significantly decrease and manage swelling and congestion
Pre/Post natal: help decrease and manage low back, pelvic and upper back pain, improve posture, decrease stress, while preparing and recovering from birth
Breast/chest massage: can be beneficial for a number of reasons including painful breast/chest tissue, swelling or tenderness, achiness from heavy breast tissue, discomfort from breast/chest feeding, pre or post menstrual congestion, breast/chest trauma following surgery or medical procedure, tight chest muscles, frozen shoulder, tightness in ribcage, decreased range of motion.
Post surgical: mobilize and break down scar tissue from injury or surgery of all kinds to help restore range of motion and strength, minimize adhesion formation, decrease nerve compression
Headache/Migraines/Jaw Pain: a very helpful tool in preventing, managing and decreasing intensity of chronic tension headaches, migraines and jaw pain.
Respiratory Conditions: decrease restrictions in the diaphragm and rib cage, mobilize mucus buildup in lungs, promote deep breathing, relieve tension from sinusitis and sinus headaches.
Injury Prevention and Rehabilitation: decrease compensatory patterns, postural dysfunctions, and promote full strength and range of motion in affected muscles/joints.
Low Back and Pelvic Pain: reduce pain, improve mobility, stability, muscle tone and circulation
All services are billed as Registered Massage Therapy, and covered by many private health care plans. Please note we do not direct bill.