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Massage Therapy is the manual manipulation of the soft tissue of the body (Muscles and Connective Tissue) with the intent to repair and relax the tissue and promote overall good health. Our massage therapy team is here to help you!

massage-therapistsSome of the many objectives of massage therapy include to reduce scar tissue, eliminate trigger points, reduce tension/stress, relax the body and mind, and treat many sport, work, repetitive or posture related injuries. Our experienced Therapists continuously take education courses and learn new techniques in order to further their knowledge and ability and to provide our clients with the most versatile and up-to-date therapy in the industry.

Deep Tissue Massage

Deep Tissue Massage is the use of massage techniques with the intention of treating both the superficial and deeper muscles, connective tissue and fascia. This form of massage is primarily used in clients that experience consistent pain and /or have difficulty dealing with physical or emotional stressors. Follow the post-treatment recommendations of your therapist in order to minimize any post treatment symptoms. The long-term benefits of Deep Tissue Massage are substantial and well documented.

Lymphatic Drainage Massage

Lymphatic Drainage Massage is indicated in cases where clients experience excessive fluid retention, often as a result of surgery, in order to stimulate the Lymphatic System and encourage drainage of the fluid and reduce pain. In our office, Joanne uses the technique of extremely light and rapid strokes to the surface of the skin to stimulate the Lymphatic System and promote drainage of the excess blood plasma that can accumulate in the body. This form of massage is beneficial for clients with noticeable edema (swelling), and lymphedema found typically in the limbs. Lymphatic Massage also helps to improve and stimulate the immune system of the body. Ask the RMT if this type of massage would benefit you.

Bamboo Massage

Bamboo Massage is the use of Bamboo rods to manipulate the fascial tissue, deeper muscles and connective tissue. The bamboo is heated to aid in relaxing the tissue and improve results in the treatment of scar tissue and trigger points. Inquire with the RMT to see if this type of massage would be beneficial to you.

Low Intensity Laser Therapy

Low Intensity Laser Therapy is the use of luminous and laser diodes, applied directly to the skin, initiating a series of physiological responses resulting in the restoration of normal cell structure and function. The primary focus of Laser Therapy is not to treat the symptoms but rather to help patients by treating the underlying condition, or pathology, in order to promote natural healing and ultimately reduce the need for medications. There are currently no known side effects to this form of therapy. It is often referred to as Cold Laser because the laser does not heat the tissue. If you suffer from soft tissue damage (tendonitis, muscle/ligament tear), repetitive stress injuries, arthritis, back pain, or have a wound you are a great candidate for Laser Therapy and you should discuss the potential benefits of this therapy with the therapist.

Trigger Point Therapy

Trigger Point Therapy is the use of manual pressure to specific points of the body in order to release or deactivate trigger points that can cause local pain or refer pain to other areas of the body. What is a trigger point? It is a hyperirritable spot or ‘knot’ in the muscle tissue that is palpable as a nodule in the taut bands of the muscle fibres. Trigger points can be found in any muscle of the body. For example, tension headaches are often a result of the referral from trigger points in the shoulder and neck area. The release of a trigger point can take either one treatment or many, depending on the severity of the symptoms. Regular massage maintenance and self-care at home are recommended in order to reduce the likelihood of developing these trigger points and in treating them once they do form.

Labour Support

Labour Support focuses on providing support to women throughout the duration of pregnancy. Massage is very helpful in dealing with many of the common postural imbalances and aches and pains experienced during pregnancy. It is generally safe to receive massages from inception all the way to the date of delivery. Always let the RMT know that you are expecting and inquire with the RMT to see if this type of massage would be beneficial to you.

Thai Massage

Thai Massage is a form of massage that combines Yoga-style stretches with deep fascial work. This form of massage is done on the floor, with flexible clothing being worn during the treatment. No lotion is used during this form of massage in order to accomplish the fascial release desired. Those seeking increased flexibility and deep tissue massage would benefit from Thai Massage. Appointments are available at specific times (enquire at the front desk for further details).

Joanne Miethke, Hon.B.A., RMT Fee Schedule

½ hour
$55.00
1 hr.
$90.00
90 min.
$130.00

Krissy Wilson, RMT Fee Schedule

½ hour
$55.00
45 min.
$75.00
1 hr.
$90.00
75 min.
$105.00
90 min.
$130.00

Leigh Puddephatt, RMT Fee Schedule

½ hour
$55.00
45 min.
$75.00
1 hr.
$90.00
90 min.
$130.00

Samantha Dingle, RMT Fee Schedule

½ hour
$60.00
45 min.
$75.00
1 hr.
$90.00
90 min.
$130.00

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