Massage Therapy

Service Fee
Baby Massage (30 mins) $50.00
Children 12 and under (30 mins) $56.00
½ Hour Massage $60.00
45 Minutes $85.00
1 Hour $98.00
1 ½ Hour Massage $145.00
2 Hour Massage $175.00

HST will be applied.

For the convenience of all, a minimum notice of 24 hours is required for cancellation or rescheduling of appointments.

A missed appointment fee will be charged as per treatment fee for all no show, missed appointments and late cancellations.

Please call to inform us if you will be arriving late for your treatment, we will do our best to accommodate and provide you with the maximum time remaining.

All services are provided by Registered Massage Therapists.

*If you are looking to schedule a 2 hour massage, a 90 min massage, 75 min hot stone or 75 min bamboo massage, please call 905 984 8494 to schedule it. 
The online scheduler will not show times available for extended treatments, however, we can accomodate you by phone scheduling.*

Massage Therapy

Therapeutic Massage

The use of several techniques to affect the body in managing pain. Massage therapy can decrease tension in the body, stimulate the release of the body's natural pain killers, endorphins, break down scar tissue / adhesions and increase circulation. It can be used for conditions such as Sports Injuries, Repetitive Strain Injuries, Chronic Pain, Muscle Spasms, Tendonitis, Sprains and Strains, Headaches and Migraines. Therapeutic massage is effective in the management, prevention and treatment of pain.

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Massage Therapy

Relaxation Massage

For those who would like to use massage as a purely pleasurable experience. Massage techniques are used to coax the body into relaxation, stress reduction and create a sense of well being. Whether you prefer a full body massage or back and neck massage, you will feel the tension leaving your body. The pleasure of relaxation is a necessity, as well as a luxury.

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Massage Therapy

Motor Vehicle Injury

If you have been involved in a motor vehicle accident, you may have sustained soft tissue injuries to the neck and back. Massage therapy treatments can help to relieve pain and recover. Our qualified and caring therapists with skilled hands can help you manage the injuries so you can restore your quality of life. Note: We do not deal with the Auto Insurance Companies nor third party billing on your behalf.

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Massage Therapy

Sports & Fitness Massage

This massage treatment focuses on the needs of professional athletes, weekend warriors and youth in sports. Whether your sport is running, golfing, bicycling, skiing, swimming, dancing or the gym, this treatment is beneficial. It is used to enhance performance and prevent and heal sports injuries. Pre-performance massage might work in much the way a warm up does, getting muscles loose and ready for action. Post-exercise massage can give athletes relief of pain and may shorten the time it takes your body to recover from exercise or injury.

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Massage Therapy

Youth Massage

Studies show that touch plays a vital role in the health and wellness of children. Massage therapy benefits people of all ages, even children, adolescents and teens. From infant to adult, most humans inherently know and appreciate the value of touch. Massages feel good, effects can translate into improvement in a wide range of conditions from asthma, hyperactivity, anxiety, digestive issues and headaches. Back, shoulder and neck pain are common due to carrying heavy knapsacks as well as sports injuries. The Journal of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry reported that massage can positively impact childhood depression, helping to relieve symptoms of anxiety, tension, lack of concentration and difficulty sleeping. Introduce your child to the benefits of massage.

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Massage Therapy

Pre and Post Natal Massage

Pregnant women and new moms have special needs all their own. From pregnancy issues of mid and low back pain, feeling overwhelmed on to post delivery concerns of carrying and feeding the baby, sleep deprivation and the demands of being a mom. Studies have shown that beyond physical benefits of massage, such as relaxation and relief of muscle pain, women who received prenatal massage had lower anxiety and stress hormone levels, fewer labour complications and symptoms of hypertension were reduced. A little TLC goes a long way to help you cope with the transitions of pregnancy and being a new mom (again). Pregnancy cushions are used to ensure comfort and safety for mom and baby to be. Schedule a massage, make time for you.

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Massage Therapy

Baby Massage

The value of baby massage is an overall communication tool, the role of touch for an infant is vital and can produce outcomes such as a baby that is more alert, easier to soothe and is readily able to sleep. Some experts say that gently stroking and kneading a baby's limbs, torso and back can produce positive physical and psychological effects in young children. Gentle techniques are used and demonstrated to the parent for continued use at home, thus promotes quality time and creates a better bonding. The therapist is tuned in to how the baby is responding to the massage, if it is not a positive experience for the baby, the massage is discontinued and the parent can try at another time if they choose to. Nurturing touch is a natural way to relieve stress for both parents and baby.

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Signature Services
Signature Treatments

Hot Stone Massage

Relaxation Treatment
Journey into a state of deep relaxation with this ancient but newly popular treatment. Hot Stone Massage is similar to a Swedish full body massage. However, along with massaging the muscles, smooth, flat, heated basalt stones are placed on the body as well as used by the therapist to massage away tension and stress. A feeling of warmth and relaxation envelopes you. Nurture the Body, Soul and Spirit.

45 Min ~ $105.00 + HST
75 Min ~ $135.00 + HST

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Signature Treatments

Cupping Massage

Cupping is an ancient form of therapy in which the therapist places specialized cups on the skin in specific areas of the body. The cups create suction to pull the skin, connective tissue, and muscle upward and are left in place to release rigid tissue and loosen adhesions. The pulling action engages the nervous system allowing deep relaxation.
Cupping provides relief for many conditions. It can be used to stimulate the flow of fresh blood, lymph and Qi to the affected area and throughout the body, reduce muscle pain, release myofascial restrictions, increase flexibility and improve respiratory issues. It is a common practice among athletes and is considered effective for increased motion and to soothe sore, fatigued muscles. The increased flow to the treated areas helps promote muscle healing. It is beneficial when combined with massage therapy for pain management.
Cupping causes the skin to temporarily turn red, blue or purple, this is referred to as Ecchymosis and can last for a few days or a few weeks.
Cupping is not for people who bleed easily, have hemophilia, are on blood thinners, have skin conditions, edema, cancer, heart or kidney disease, varicose veins or are pregnant.

45 Min ~ $105.00 + HST

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Enjoy the Experience:


Please arrive 5-10 minutes prior to treatment, this will give you time to fill out a case history form and begin to relax.

Be prepared to relax and focus on the treatment, so even if your day is a rush, stop and take a few deep breaths. Please turn off your cell phone.

Don’t overeat. After a big meal, a lot of blood gets diverted to your stomach. You’ll be more comfortable and better able to concentrate on the massage if your body isn't busy with digestion.

Ask your therapist any questions and voice any concerns you might have before the treatment. This includes asking what is involved in the process of disrobing, positioning or treating, no concerns are off limits.

Before the session begins, you will be asked if there are any areas of concern that you would like addressed in this treatment. Let the therapist know what you want, they can be more effective with proper information.

The therapist will ask you to disrobe while he or she leaves the room. You will leave your underwear on. You’ll lie face down on the massage table, draped with a sheet that the therapist will move aside to access the part of the body he or she is massaging. It is a good idea to remove contact lenses, glasses and jewelry before climbing on the table.

During the treatment, don’t be afraid to speak up if the therapist is using too much or too little pressure, talking too much or playing music too loudly, this is your time. Although some pressure may be tender or initially somewhat painful, the therapist wants to work within your pain tolerance, it is essential that you communicate with them.

Inform the therapist if you want to go out afterward so they do not leave your head looking oily or like you survived a hurricane.

Ask your therapist what their recommendation is for the next treatment. To get the maximum benefit it is often suggested that you return in a week or two. In order to get a cumulative benefit, treatments once a month are recommended incorporating it into your regular health care practice. It is your decision based on what best physically and financially.

Follow the home care instructions given by the therapist. This may include drinking plenty of water, an Epsom salt bath, maintaining good posture and sleep position, and performing certain exercises to relax, stretch, strengthen and condition the muscles.

Give yourself time after the treatment to enjoy the immediate feeling of well being.

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