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Why should you invest your time in a massage?

Not only are massages good for your muscles, especially after a long week of arduous workouts, but getting a massage also helps the rest of your body and your mind.

Getting a massage helps you relax, relieve tension, and de-stress, and it also helps boost your immune system by increasing white blood cell counts.

Consider massage appointments a necessary piece of your health and wellness plan, and work with your therapist to establish a treatment schedule that best meets your needs. Please ensure that your benefits plan or health insurance provides coverage for the service and therapist you choose to book prior to the appointment date and time. For massage appointment requests within 72 hours, please call the studio to book.

You can find the different massage types our Registered Massage Therapists offer below:

Deep Tissue Massage

Deep Tissue Massage is popular with athletes whose muscles are continually under a lot of stress. The pressure is medium to deep and again the therapist stays in the comfort level of the client. The strokes are broad and deep and the therapist may have the muscle in motion while applying the pressure. (Kat & Lavanya)
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Hot Stone Massage

Therapeutic Hot Stone Massage is the use of hot stones in a therapeutic massage. The hot stones relax the muscles helping to relieve tension and promote relaxation. (Kat & Alison)
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Pre-Natal Massage

Prenatal Massage is done with the mother to be lying on her side for most of the massage. It’s similar to a therapeutic massage targeting areas that are causing the most discomfort. (Alison, Kat & Lavanya)
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Swedish Massage

Swedish massage is a relaxation massage. It is normally light to medium pressure and the goal is to relax muscles and fascia. Swedish massage is effective for promoting circulation and lymph drainage. (Kat & Lavanya)
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Therapeutic Massage

Therapeutic Massage is performed with the intention to promote healing of stiff, sore, injured muscles. A goal for the massage is determined at the beginning and the massage will be specific to the needs of the client. The pressure is at the intensity most comfortable to the client. (Alison, Kat & Lavanya)
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