Massage therapy benefits many aspects of the body, and every body from any age!
While it benefits the injured, the ill and the stressed, the strength of massage therapy in preventing illness and conditions before they develop cannot be overlooked. Massage Therapy can be used in the treatment of both acute and chronic stages of conditions.
Did you know that there is a simple way to help alleviate stress and pain, and improve your soon-to-be-born baby’s health while also reducing the risk of complications- now you do! Massage therapy can help to provide these benefits and many more to you and your unborn baby than you may be aware of.
Prenatal massage can help relieve back pain associated with muscle tension, edema or swelling by stimulating circulation throughout the body. Not only is it very beneficial in relaxing anxiety during pregnancy, but a massage can help reduce cramping and swelling in the legs also! Did you know that a massage can even promote a more restful night sleep and help prevent pregnancy-related insomnia! We can’t give you back the sleep that’s been missed when the newborn arrives, but we can help to get you the most before it does!
Massage during pregnancy is a form of therapeutic bodywork which is not only extremely beneficial to the unborn, but to the general health and life of the mother.
Infant & Pediatric Massage
Massage isn’t just for Adults, everyone, including children and newborns love a good massage as well!
In a society so interconnected, we have become so disconnected from face to face communications and nurturing touch interactions. Researchers have found that even in a well-established society, most people, including children, are under-touched. As humans, we need nurturing touch to thrive, and a mother’s touch is priceless!
Beginning nurturing touch with your newborn promotes bonding and attachments with both parents. It promotes body/mind/spirit connection, increases self-esteem, increases sense of love, acceptance, respect, trust and enhances communication- it feels great too!
Using nurturing touch through massage helps promote body awareness, improves relaxation, stimulates circulation, and strengthens the digestive, circulatory and gastrointestinal systems. It reduces discomforts from teething, gas, constipation and colic. It also helps improve sleep patterns and muscle tone. Infant massage not only helps the newborn or child it also can benefit the parents! You will both love it!
It helps the parents be more aware of their infants cues, promotes bonding, increases confidence in parenting, is relaxing, increases verbal and non-verbal communication and provides quality time with their child.
Massage Therapy Provides Relief
Therapeutic massage is an extremely safe & effective form of healthcare with more benefits than simply a day of relaxation. That relaxation will last longer and give you much more satisfaction than you may believe.
Whether you are in search of rehabilitation, a healthful way to deal with day-to-day stress or simply interested in maintaining good health, Therapeutic Massage can do a lot!
Some people believe that one treatment is often enough. However, massage therapy is most beneficial in acute conditions when used over a series of treatments and then followed up with maintenance or preventative treatments- you may even book a few out of pure enjoyment!
Want to know the direct relief you can find? If these conditions seem familiar to you, Massage Therapists are trained to help with them, and even many others!
- Back and Muscle Pain
- Headache and Migraines
- Stress and Tension
- Arthritic Pain
- Pregnancy and Postpartum discomforts
- Treatment Choice
Muscles and pains aside, Therapeutic Massage can help with mental and spiritual health such as:
- Mental Stress
- Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
- Circulatory Problems
- Improve Recovery Rate
In addition, Massage is frequently recommended to improve the rate of recovery from minor sports injuries, recurring stress or repetitive strain injuries and whiplash and whiplash associated disorders.
Note: More and more Therapeutic Massage is being prescribed by physicians to complement traditional medical treatments for illness, injury and pain relief. Always seek the advice of your physician before starting any new treatments.
What to Expect After the Massage Treatment
We’re here to help with questions and concerns through every step of your healing process. A common experience can be muscle soreness a day or two after your massage treatment. That soreness is a result of direct contact with spasms in the muscle and accumulated waste products in the tissue being naturally released into your system- something is similar to what many people experience after strenuous activity. Don’t worry yourself, it will pass!
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Recommended After Treatment Care
We recommend drinking plenty of water which will help flush the released toxins out of your body, and soaking in a warm bath with Epson or mineral salts to assist in alleviating any soreness.
Your massage experience should be both pleasant and beneficial- we will make sure of it! We hope it will be the beginning of a life-long practice to help you enjoy the best possible health and wellness that your body, and you deserve.
Therapeutic Massage & Relaxation Massage
Prenatal (Pregnancy) & Postpartum
Hot Stone Massage
Massage Therapy Rates
All prices include HST
- 30 minute treatment $50.00
- 45 minute treatment $70.00
- 60 minute treatment $90.00
- 75 minute treatment $110.00
- 90 minute treatment $130.00