What Is The Benefit of Massage Therapy?

In today’s busy world, we are often overwhelmed with physical, emotional & mental stress.  The human body has an incredible ability to heal and regenerate itself under the right conditions.  Human touch offers comfort, compassion and proven results in all our stages of growth and development, from pre-mature babies to active adults to senior citizens, even the family pet!

Massage provides improved circulation to soft tissues & joints, greater flexibility & range of motion, and increased feelings of relaxation & well-being amongst many others.  Contrary to popular belief, massage does not necessarily require skin to skin contact; touch through loose clothing will also benefit those more self-conscious.  Many also believe that massage is either a superficial luxury, or on the other end of the spectrum a deeply painful encounter.  A fully trained Registered Massage Therapist is able to work with the needs of the client so that they are comfortable at all times, and encourage you to give feedback during and after the treatment for maximum benefit.  When a therapist touches on a tender spot, this is generally an area where your body is holding tension and stress, and even gentle manipulation can achieve results.

Physical touch is a basic human need in addition to food, water & shelter, and plays a big part in our emotional & social well-being too.  Many families are covered and investing in massage therapy already under extended health-care benefits.  Massage is a wise investment in preventive care; benefit from massage therapy as a regular part of any health maintenance program.

  • Relaxation
  • Swedish
  • Therapeutic
  • Massage for Sports Injuries (Rehabilitative)
  • Hot Stone Massage

*arthritis and other inflammatory conditions
*headaches and migraines
*numbness and tingling
*stress and overwhelm
*overall wellbeing

A non-invasive, gentle massage designed to encourage the lymphatic system to work more effectively in such conditions by:

  • eliminating toxins from the body
  • reducing water retention and cellulite
  • helping in weight loss
  • boosting the immune system for better health

“Champissage” also known as Indian Head Massage, is over 1000 years old and based on traditional Ayurvedic techniques involving work on the upper back, shoulders, neck, scalp, and face. It was originally practiced by Native Canadian Women as part of daily family grooming and as a means of bonding with their family.  As such, it was passed down generations from mother to daughter.  IHM involves a combination of massage movements utilized to provide relief from accumulated tension, to stimulate circulation and to restore joint movement. IHM is also used to strengthen and increase hair growth.