Registered Massage Therapy In Toronto

Massage Therapy Services in Toronto Bloor West

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Massage Therapy Includes Benefits Beyond Relaxation

A Registered Massage Therapist To Suit Your Needs

The effects of massage therapy can help to reduce stress hormones which have been linked to many types of health problems, including weight gain and sleep disturbance. Deep tissue massages can also be very soothing physically and elicit a reduction of anxiety while help in the treatment of muscle tension, myofascial pain, headaches, tendonitis, arthritis, back pain, and much more.

Our experienced massage therapist practitioners offer therapeutic hands-on massages customized to your needs that promotes rest and relaxation. The west end of Toronto, Contact us today for help with your overall rehabilitation, health, and wellness!

Soft Tissue Massage Therapy Services

Registered Massage

Massage Therapists use a variety of hands on techniques to manipulate the soft tissues in your body (muscles, connective tissues, joints, tendons and ligaments) in order to provide therapeutic relief, decrease your pain and optimize your health.

Therapeutic Massage

Therapeutic massage is the core foundation of our massage therapy treatments. This treatment uses moderate or deep pressure, depending on your preference, to relieve pain, reduce tension, and restore function.

Prenatal Massage

Prenatal massage provides many benefits to expecting moms to be. Treatments can aide aches and pains of pregnancy while also beenfiting mental and emotional wellbeing.

Post Natal Massage

Besides being relaxing, post natal massage increases your blood flow and relaxes the muscles which helps to relieve aches and pains and can relieve stress, anxiety, and depression by stabilizing hormone levels caused by hormonal changes.

Swedish Massage

A Swedish massage is perhaps the most well-known type of massage, ideal for a first-time experience. The Swedish massage technique involves using long strokes, kneading, and gliding with light to firm pressure to ensure total body relaxation.

Lymphatic drainage massage

Lymphatic drainage massage uses soft massage techniques to move fluid from the tissues to the lymph nodes, which eases swelling and relieves discomfort, all while providing a relaxing treatment.

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Our Registered Massage Therapists (RMTs)

Can help you start feeling better today

Gail Cumberbatch, RMT 

After 25 years experience in bodywork, I have come to realize that no two massages are alike. Everyone has their own life experiences, unique relationship to their body and their own needs. I bring my calming energy to the treatment, so as to facilitate the client to go to that deeper healing place within themselves. 

Jessica Rutherford, RMT

Jessica is a Registered Massage Therapist with the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario. She graduated from the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy in 1998. Her practice has varied over the years within a variety of settings, including spa, clinical and mobile (including barns!).

Alexandra Fernandez-Eden, RMT

Alexandra Fernandez-Eden, RMT

Alexandra is a recent graduate of Sutherland-Chan that aims to provide every client that comes for treatment with specialized and unique care that addresses all the factors of wellness they need. Using techniques such as myofascial release, lymphatic drainage, hydrotherapy, positional release, and many more to achieve the goals set and improve the quality of life of each patient.

Questions? Our team is here to help. Reach out today.

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