Massage Therapy

Massage therapy promotes relaxation, and relieves any muscle tension, stress or pain related to any injury by providing treatment to your entire body.

Choose a Massage That’s Right For You...

Treat yourself when you book from our popular range of massages, usually about an hour long, that are customized by our RMT’s to alleviate some of your muscle pain, pressure, stress, or to simply let go and unwind. We will always provide the massage that’s just right for you. Our affordable treatments are delivered by experienced and highly professional Registered Massage Therapists.

85% of our members booking any of our therapeutic massages do so in order to relieve their anxiety and to manage their pain.

What to choose from:

No matter what you’re suffering from, our professional therapists will have a solution for you.

MASSAGE OPTIONS

Benefits of Massage

Muscle Tension Relief:

Tensed muscles can be caused by overuse, injury and poor posture. Studies have shown that massages may release and lengthen tensed muscles through a wide range of movement to help decrease pain and increase relaxation.

Fun Fact:

Massage Therapy stimulates the release of Endorphins, the body’s natural pain killers, which is why it’s so helpful in relieving pain.

Less Headaches:

Massage therapy offers relief from headache pain and related symptoms. Muscle tension headaches are sometimes called muscle contraction headaches because it is the tightening of the muscles of the head, face and neck that causes the pain and massage helps loosen those muscles and releases any stored tension leading to a relief from headaches.

Fun Fact:

Massage positively affects the body and health conditions such as pain management, circulatory issues, stress reduction, injury rehabilitation, migraine control, and overall wellness.

Decreased Anxiety and Depression:

Research suggests that more than 90 percent of illness results from stress alone, Massage therapy can help relieve the physical symptoms associated with depression and anxiety and can help release dopamine for a better mood.

Fun Fact:

Massage Therapy reduces stress hormones such as cortisol by as much as 40% in 1 session!

A Better Night Sleep:

 A massage may be the key to sounder sleep because massage triggers the release of serotonin, a neurotransmitter that can help you feel calm. Stress, aches, or any kind of discomfort can keep you up at night. A good night sleep is linked to a relaxed, stress free mind and body.

Fun Fact:

A 2007 study suggests that massage may help reduce these symptoms in cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy.

Increased Blood Flow Rate & Oxygenation:

The gentle pressure from massages improves circulation by increasing blood flow rate bringing oxygenated blood to the tensed, damaged muscles. 

Fun Fact:

Massage is capable of returning your heart to its normal functional levels so that there are reduced threats to your life due to a malfunctioning cardiovascular system.

Breathe Easier & Deeper:

Massage plays an important role in helping the body relax and improve breathing. The positive impact of massage on respiratory function has been shown through research. Massage therapy can not only improve breathing, but posture as well, which leads to an opening of the chest area, the structural alignment and rib cage expansion needed for proper lung function.

Fun Fact:

Massage Therapy can lower anxiety, reduce pain, and improve grip strength for Arthritis sufferers.

Helps you relax:

Massage helps high muscle tone by restoring blood circulation and promoting relaxation. Massage relaxes the body by increasing temperature of the soft tissues and releasing hormones. When muscles relax, joints are able to move in full range of movement.

Fun Fact:

The benefits of Massage Therapy span a person’s life-time from newborn to senior citizen.

Increased Flexibility:

Massage therapy is a beneficial treatment for improving flexibility and motion. By working on muscles, connective tissues, tendons, ligaments, and joints, massage therapy can improve your flexibility, keeping your joints more fluid and making them less prone to injury.

Massage is a great way to relax stressed muscles, stimulate blood flow and improve flexibility.

Fun Fact:

Our nervous system is recharged by massaging and put back to its normal functionality.

Enhanced Immunity:

Massages reduce your stress and anxiety levels, thus helping you sleep better at night. Lower stress levels make you more relaxed which increases your overall immunity.

Fun Fact:

A head massage can help increase blood circulation in the scalp and nourish it, helping in boosting hair growth and even reducing greying of hair strands.

Lowered stress levels:

Stress-related mental disorders are plaguing a majority of the population, Stress makes one anxious, causing headaches, stomach pains, high blood pressure and insomnia. To help cope with such disorders, massage sessions have proven to be helpful by helping you relax and manage stress better.

Fun Fact:

There are over 80 common massage modalities being used around the world.

Blood Pressure Reduction:

Massage is relaxing and can lower stress levels. For some patients, as stress levels go down, so does blood pressure. massage helps improve circulation, which reduces any swelling that is occurring alongside the high blood pressure.

Fun Fact:

Long-term studies have shown that massage has a positive impact on reducing blood pressure.

Pain Management:

Massage therapy helps alleviate pain in several ways including relaxing painful muscles, tendons, and joints; relieving stress and anxiety. A study showed a reduction in hand pain and an improvement in grip strength among people who had four weekly hand massage sessions.

Fun Fact:

Massage increases serotonin levels that play an important role in the regulation of one’s mood, sleep, and appetite.

Posture Alignment:

Massage therapy can be an effective form of postural correction. Releasing those muscle knots and relaxing the stiffness in your body can help with a better posture. Your body re-positions itself into a more healthy posture and you are less likely to fall into further pain from bad posture.

Fun Fact:

Massage helps in controlling the level of sugar in the blood, especially in the case of children. 

FAQs

Before the session begins, a health assessment will be conducted by your RMT to determine which massage would suit you best according to your health and needs.

Keeping your comfort zone a priority, you should only undress to a level you are comfortable with.

Including a complete health assessment, a full body massage session lasts longer than an hour. The optimal period for relaxation is between 60-120 minutes. 

The need for massage varies according to an individual’s needs. If you are just looking for the occasional relaxation, then a massage every 2-4 weeks works best for you. But if you are getting a massage to address a specific health condition, then developing a routine with more consistent and frequent sessions is highly recommended.

This depends on the massage you receive. If you get our 3D-E-E-P tissue massage, then you might feel a little sore the next day. Some people experience relaxation and others feel free from certain long-term chronic pains.