Registered Massage Therapy

Our goal is to restore, inspire, and promote a healthy and balanced well being in each and every client. EVERYONE deserves a massage therapy program that fits you. We strive to provide a treatment plan that is custom to your lifestyle. Our massage therapists use their knowledge of anatomy and physiology to combine modern and traditional massage therapy techniques. Each R.M.T (registered massage therapist) uses that knowledge to provide clients with a targeted approach to treatment.

We provide therapy for..

General rehabilitation
Pain management
Head, neck and shoulder pain
Athletic sports injury
Back pain
Pre and post natal massage
TMJ issues ( temporomandibular dysfunction )
Office related injuries
Stress reduction
Nerve pain
Scalp massage
Plantar fasciitis
Strains and sprains
Chronic fatigue syndrome
Inflammatory conditions such as arthritis
Kyphosis and scoliosis
Post-surgical rehabilitation
Anxiety and depression
Headaches and migraine
Whiplash & more

Shiatsu Therapy

Shiatsu is a form of therapeutic massage originating in Japan in 1915. “Shi-atsu” translates to “finger pressure” and is rooted in Traditional East-Asian Medicines like acupressure, acupuncture, Anma, and Tui Na.
A shiatsu treatment consists of pressure applied to areas all over the body with fingers, thumbs, elbows and knees, along with gentle, guided stretches. The treatment can be deep and vigorous or subtle and sensitive, depending on condition and preference of the receiver. It is performed through loose, comfortable clothing and no oils are used.
As a form of bodywork, shiatsu can ease pain, reduce stress and improve digestion. I have had success treating physical and emotional disruptions like headaches, jaw pain, discomfort related to pregnancy, muscular soreness, stiffness, depression and fatigue. I am especially passionate about working with clients to manage chronic pain resulting from their occupation or conditions such as fibromyalgia.

Far Infrared sauna

Infrared saunas heat the body at much lower temperature than a traditional sauna. Infrared saunas promote increased sweating and because Infrared rays are said to duplicate healthy frequencies of our own cells, the rays penetrate the body at a depth of 1.5 to 3 inches.

Benefits of Infrared Sauna

Besides Sweating and feeling rejuvenated, Infrared saunas effectively help the body excrete large amounts of toxins.
Research has found that it can help to remove up to four times the amount of toxic chemicals per 30 minute session compared to other eliminative methods.
Hydration is a requirement for sauna use. Its highly recommended you drink water before and after sauna use.
* If you are on high doses of medications, have cardiovascular conditions, chronic illness, pregnant, fever, pacemakers, defibrillators, implants and sensitivity to heat, these are contraindicated for any sauna use. Each situation may be different, that’s why we ask that you contact your physician in regards to usage.