Jessica graduated from The College of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Pharmacology. Jessica has various clinical experience working with a variety of clientele. In her free time, Jessica spends time with her kids and family, listening to music and going to the gym.
Joseph graduated in 2015 from Bryan College from the massage therapy program and has experience working in spa like settings. In spare time Joseph enjoys discovering new places, food and music. He also enjoys staying active through sports and enjoys learning new activities.
Felix graduated from Everest College in 2010 from their massage therapy program. Felix uses a wide variety of techniques to achieve the best client experience and live up to their expectations. In his free time, Felix enjoys reading and riding his motorcycle.
Elizabeth graduated from Canadian Therapeutic College in 2007. She has worked almost exclusively in clinics along side Physiotherapists and Chiropractors. She has dealt with a variety of clients from MVA to athletes to office workers and pregnant women. Outside of work, Elizabeth’s life mainly revolves around her family. She enjoys reading, journaling and being outdoors.
In 2015, Nana graduated from the Massage Therapy Program at Georgian College in Barrie. Before she started her massage career, she journeyed to Chiang Mai and Bangkok for two months to learn Thai massage and abdominal massage (Chi Nei Tsang). Nana focus on Tuina, wellness and pregnancy massage as well. In her spare time, she loves Zumba, as it is the perfect combination of music, dancing and physical activity.
Judy graduated in 2013 from Protégé School with a Diploma in Massage Therapy. She has taken Chinese Tui Na (a chinese style of massage) courses and is also trained in Thai massage. In her spare time she likes to play tennis and go to museums.
Maggy graduated in 2011 from The Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy with a diploma in Massage Therapy. She also attended Algonqiun Career Academy in 2006 for Pharmacy Technician. Maggy is certified in Prenatal and Postnatal massage and also specializes in deep tissue massage. She still keeps her part-time job at Shoppers Drugmart as a pharmacy assistant to stay current with medications in ordr to understand her clients conditions. In her spare time Maggy enjoys playing volleyball, dancing and watching movies.
- Swedish Massage
- Hot Stone Massage
- Sports Massage
- Shiatsu Massage
- Pregnancy Massage
- Thai Massage
- Foot Reflexology
- Infant Massage
Thai Massage is a treatment that takes place on a mat, where the client is dressed in loose clothing. Clients are manipulated through stretching, assisted yoga postures, acupressure, reflexology of the hands, feet, face and ears, and deep tissue and myofascial release through pressing techniques and traction. Thai massage practitioners follow a network of energy channels in the body to achieve healing.
Shiatsu Massage is a non-invasive therapy designed to stimulate the body's inherent ability to heal itself by which a trained practitioner presses thumbs, fingers and palms on pressure points all over the body. Shiatsu training teaches students how to press correctly on all these centers of vitality in the body.
Hot Stone Massage is a specialty massage where the therapist uses smooth, heated stones, either as an extension of their own hands or by placing them on the body while the therapist massages other parts of the body. The heat will warm and relax tight muscles so the therapist is able to apply deeper pressure.
Sports Massage utilizes Swedish techniques to stimulate or fatigue muscles. Unique and specific strokes combined with a fast or slow tempo can essentially turn muscles "off" or "on".
A pre-activity massage warms the muscles and increases circulation while a post-activity treatment focuses on relieving tight muscles with deeper techniques while increasing circulation to help process lactic acid (by-product of exercise that creates muscle soreness) at a quicker rate.
Pregnancy Massage is massage therapy specifically tailored for the expectant mother's needs. It is also called a pre-natal massage. Pregnancy massage has been found to reduce stress, decrease swelling in the arms and legs, and relieve aches and pains in muscles and joints. It is a popular complementary therapy during pregnancy for back pain when choices for pain relief such as medication are limited.
NISA - Neuromuscular Intergration and Structural Alignment is a fascial technique that is a softer, gentler derivative of Rolfing. It is a very detailed, specific technique that works directly to release fascial adhesions; stretch and free the tissue. The softened layers of fascia, having regained their flexibility and elasticity, permit improved structural alignment and body mechanics. It provides long-lasting changes to chronic postural habits, and most clients feel increased range of motion and less restriction after one or two treatments.