What kind of massages do you offer?

We offer deep-tissue, relaxation, oil, Swedish and shiatsu massage as well RMT massage.

How can a foot massage (a.k.a. Reflexology) help me?

Reflexology is traditional bodywork, which is based upon the principle that one’s health can be improved by stimulating the body’s internal organs through massaging different areas in the feet and legs. Reflexology will help increase blood circulation, release muscle tension, relieve stress and aid in stimulating the internal organs of the body.

How do I know if my insurance will cover these services?

Each insurance company has a different policy regarding massage services.  What is covered also depends upon the type of plan you have. Consult your insurance company about your plan coverage.

What are the differences between each kind of massage?
Oil/Relaxation massage is a light massage concentrating on relaxing the superficial muscles of the body.
Shiatsu releases pain and stress by putting pressure on the body’s acupunctural points, and balancing the flow of internal energy.
Suitable for clients with joint pain, muscle pain and chronic pains. Not suitable for clients with lymphedema or osteoporosis.
Swedish massage is a stronger and deeper massage than Oil/Relaxation. Suitable for those who prefer a deeper, firmer massage. Not for those with pregnancies, osteoporosis, serious heart conditions or recent injuries.
Deep Tissue is the strongest massage and is usually applied using elbows and sometimes back-walking.
RMT massage is usually administered to address specific concerns and should be discussed with our RMT before commencement of the session.
Hydrotherapy or water therapy, is the use of water (hot, cold, steam, or ice) to relieve discomfort and promote physical well-being. Hydro therapy can soothe sore or inflamed muscles and joints, rehabilitate injured limbs, lower fevers, soothe headaches, promote relaxation, treat burns and frostbite, ease labor pains, and clear up skin problems.
Arrival time?
Etiquette – Please arrive 5 to 10 minutes before your scheduled appointment time as a courtesy to other customers. This prevents delays to clients and practitioner’s schedules.
Sorry, no pets allowed.