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Registered Massage Therapy

How does Massage Therapy work? 

Our experienced massage therapists use a variety of popular therapies. Treatments may include Swedish massage, sports massage and trigger point therapy.

Your massage therapist, R.M.T., can offer light, medium or deep pressure depending on your needs.

Massage therapy reduces muscle pain and joint stiffness often caused by ageing, repetitive or chronic overuse, sports injuries and accidents. Treatments can also reduce stress and detoxify the body.

Pre-natal massage is also offered. Pre-natal massage is a safe way to improve circulation, address the added strain on joints and muscles, reduce swelling and back pain.

Book Online or call us: 416-469-3879.

What to Expect

On your first visit, you will be asked for a confidential health history, which will help your therapist form an assessment and treatment plan. Massage therapy should take place in an atmosphere of safety and confidence. It is a partnership between you and your therapist, who will help you understand the processes behind your pain and how you can work together to alleviate it. All treatment will be explained to you, and requires your consent.

Who qualifies as a Massage Therapist?

Ontario has one of the most extensive massage therapy programs in the world, and is regulated by the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario. Students complete 2,200 hours of intensive anatomical, physiological, and clinical studies at a government approved massage therapy school. Graduation is a prerequisite to taking provincial examinations. Successful candidates then become licensed as Registered Massage Therapists.

Does OHIP/My Health Plan Cover Massage Therapy?

While massage therapy is not covered by OHIP, many private insurance companies provide full or partial coverage under extended health care plans. Government group medical insurance may cover massage therapy under certain specified criteria.Under the new “no fault” automobile insurance, potential coverage has increased from four years to 10 years and from $25,000 to $500,000 for treatment of injuries sustained in automobile accidents.

How Can Massage Therapy Help Me?

Many of today’s health problems arise from stress. Because stress upsets the delicate integral balance of all your body’s functions, regaining this balance requires a holistic approach. Massage therapy not only treats those parts of you that hurt, it also affects the whole of your metabolism through normalizing your circulatory, muscular and nervous systems and their interdependent functioning. Massage is excellent in the treatment of many health issues, including the following:

  • migraines
  • fibromyalgia
  • anxiety issues
  • post injury rehabilitation
  • whiplash
  • respiratory problems
  • arthritis
  • circulatory problems
  • frozen shoulder
  • neuritis/neuralgia
  • tendinitis/bursitis
  • neck and shoulder tension
  • low back pain
  • digestive/lower bowel problems
  • muscle spasm
  • sciatica

Massage can benefit people of all ages and conditions – babies, children, pregnant women, the elderly, those in chronic care, and those who need palliative consideration.

Fees

  • Massage Therapy

    • Very Specific Massage: 30 min — $62
       Usually focuses on one area of concern. Suggested as a follow-up.
    • Specific Massage: 45 min — $79
       Often addresses one or two areas of concern.
    • Full Body Restorative Massage: 60 min — $98
      Relaxing & restorative. You can still receive a partial body massage for urgent concerns, injuries/pain.
    • Full Body In-depth Massage: 75 min. — $116
      Very restorative & relaxing. Effectively increases circulation/flexibility, decreases pain.
    • Full Body Deluxe Massage: 90 min. — $133
      Most restorative & relaxing. Optimally increases circulation/flexibility, decreases pain.
    • *HST not included

    Book Online or call us: 416-469-3879.

  • Chiropractic Care

    • New Patient Assessment – Initial treatment: 60 min — $130
      Includes case history, chiropractic assessment, report of findings, initial treatment.
    • Follow- up Treatment: 30 min —$65
      Includes evaluation, progress report, follow-up chiropractic treatment.
    • Extended Follow-up Treatment: 45 min —$85
      Additional time is provided to further investigate and treat more complex issues.
    • Reactivation Exam and Treatment: 45 min —$85
      Available if six months or longer since your last treatment. Includes extended exam to evaluate changes, a report of findings, initial chiropractic treatment.
    • Student New Patient Assessment and Treatment: 60 min —$100
      Includes case history of your health/injuries, an assessment, report of findings, initial chiropractic treatment. You could qualify if participating in some form of studies.
    • Student Follow-up Treatment: 30 min — $50
      Includes an evaluation, progress report, follow-up chiropractic treatment. You could qualify if participating in some form of studies.
    • *Fees are HST exempt.

    Book Online or call us: 416-469-3879.

  • Acupuncture

    • Consult & Treatment: 60 min — $95
      Case history, evaluation/assessment, initial acupuncture treatment.
    • Follow-up Treatment: 45 min — $75
      Progress evaluation and follow-up acupuncture treatment.
    • *Fees are HST exempt.

    Book Online or call us: 416-469-3879.

Book Online or call us: 416-469-3879.

Our Cancellation, Missed Appointment and Rescheduling Policy: As a courtesy to other clients and our therapists, 24 hours’ notice is required for all cancellations and schedule changes. This helps to ensure that clients who require an appointment are able to access one. If notice isn’t given within 24 hours, half of the original treatment fee will be charged for appointments cancelled, missed or rescheduled. Thank you for your understanding.