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For many of us pain, stiffness and stress are a way of life to which we have become accustomed to.. It is not until we receive a body treatment that we experience a body that can breathe, stand, and move freely without pain.


Massage Therapy is the manual manipulation of the soft tissue of the body including muscle, tendon, ligaments and connective tissues. It not only targets the problem area, but indirectly benefits other systems body systems including respiratory, digestive, circulatory, and nervous, enhancing balance in the body, restoring mobility and decreasing pain.

Back Massage


Osteopathy is a manual therapy which is aimed at treating the body as a whole. Osteopathy emphasizes the interrelationship between structure and function of the body. Osteopathic manual practitioners are functional anatomists who look beyond the symptomatic area for the cause of pain. Osteopathic treatment involves manual therapy to restore proper body mechanics, nerve impulses and the circulation of body fluids. Affecting all layers of the anatomy and physiology, improving overall functional movement through the body.

Osteopath at Work


Cupping therapy is a form of alternative medicine in which a local suction is created on the skin with the application of plastic, silicone or glass cups.  This technique helps separate the layers of connective tissue known as fascia. This technique has an ability to affect the deeper tissue, remove restrictions, breakdown scar tissue, ease pain, improve blood flow and improve range of motion. This modality works well on the back.

Cupping Treatment


This is the ‘ultra’ massage using smooth heated stones as extensions of a therapist’s hands. Heat elicits a therapeutic response in soft tissue and provides a deeper level of relaxation for ultimate stress relief.

Hot Stone Massage


Thai Massage is an ancient form of therapy that combines passive stretching and compressions in a rhythmic manner to the whole body. This style of treatment is effective in addressing postural imbalances, physical discomfort, range of motion restrictions and muscle tension. Traditionally Thai Massage is done on a floor mat, however many of the techniques have been adapted so they can be used while the client is on the table!

Thai Massage


Indian head massage is generally a 30 minute treatment that involves treating the shoulders, neck, face and scalp.  The therapist uses warm oil and slow rhythmic movements to promote ultimate relaxation.

Woman getting a head massage at a spa


Massage is a wonderful way for a woman to feel more at ease with her changing body and also to prepare for childbirth. During all trimesters of pregnancy, massage is an effective way to relieve swelling, tired and achy muscles, postural fatigue, and headaches. Using the pre-natal body cushion, massage can also be performed safely with a woman on her stomach or in a supportive, side-lying position.



Myofascial, "myo" meaning muscle and "fascia" meaning connective tissue, is a technique performed with slow and deep pressure to engage the connective tissue that encompasses the muscular system. It aids in the release of chronic soft tissue dysfunction, helping with pain, circulation, mobility, and postural and muscular imbalances.

Back Massage


Vagal Nerve Stimulation is another painless treatment that focuses on treating your ‘flight or fight’ reflex, or your parasympathetic nervous system. This makes it great in treating issues like depression, stress, increased muscle tone, insomnia, and some gastrointestinal problems. Relaxation is also important, and ten minutes of vagal nerve stimulation is the equivalent of eight one-hour massages.

Meditating on Bed


Scar Release Therapy is painless, and visible changes in scar appearance is observed in real time. Once a scar has been released there is fascia release & stress reduction, increasing blood circulation and lymphatic drainage. It is the highly recommended for treating scars on your body quickly, efficiently, and without pain.

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1428 Pelham Str.
P.O.Box 1474
Fonthill, ON   L0S 1E0


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