Please note that as of May 1, 2022 our price list has altered. We hope that our valued clients understand the need for us to increase our pricing to keep up with increased expenses and inflation. 

Massage Therapy

CranioSacral

Therapy

Services Provided Only By

Registered Massage Therapists

Massage therapy is the systematized manipulation of soft tissues for the purpose of normalizing them. Practitioners use a variety of physical methods including applying fixed or movable pressure, holding, or causing movement to the body. Therapists primarily use their hands, but may also use their forearms and elbows.

The basic goal of massage therapy is to help the body heal itself and to increase overall well-being.

When muscles are overworked, waste products such as lactic acid can accumulate, causing soreness, stiffness, and even muscle spasm. Massage improves circulation, which increases blood flow, bringing fresh oxygen to body tissues. This can assist the elimination of waste products, speed healing after injury, and enhance recovery from disease.

Therapeutic massage can be used to promote general well-being and enhance self-esteem, while boosting the circulatory and immune systems to benefit blood pressure, circulation, muscle tone, digestion, and skin tone. It has been incorporated into many health systems, and different massage techniques have been developed and integrated into various complementary therapies.

30 min.     $55

45 min.     $70

60 min.    $85

90 min.    $125

HST not included in prices

​CranioSacral Therapy differs from massage in that the client remains fully clothed and there is no manipulation of muscle tissue. The CranioSacral practitioner is actually creating 'movement' of tissues (fascia) through applying gentle pressure, but the tissues being accessed are internal, and movement is subtle. The amount of pressure used is about the weight of a nickel, and for this reason CranioSacral is considered a "light-touch" therapy.

The main goal of a CranioSacral treatment is to optimize the CranioSacral rhythm in terms of its rate, quality, amplitude and symmetry. This is done by locating and releasing fascial restrictions in the body, particularly within the cranium, around the sacrum (tailbone) and throughout the length of the Dural tube (along the spine.)

The CranioSacral practitioner achieves this by monitoring the CranioSacral rhythm to detect the location of potential restrictions and imbalances, and then delicately applying gentle manual techniques to release those problem areas.

The results of the treatment will last, as long as the origin of the injury or stress is no longer present. Often, what we sense as pain, discomfort and/or immobility is actually the body’s method of protecting itself in reaction to some other source of stimulus, stress or injury.

* In terms of addressing the real origin or source of your symptoms, this will naturally occur over the span of several sessions as different layers are resolved.

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Dry Cupping

Cupping is an ancient art of healing that has the ability to affect deep tissue, remove fascial restriction and increase range of motion. We use modern methods of cupping which involve the use of a pump to create a mechanical suction.

45 minutes    $85

HST not included in price

​Hot Stone

1 hour     $85

HST not included in price

Indian Head

Indian Head Massage, also known as Champissage, is a form of relaxation massage that focuses on the face, head, neck, shoulders, upper back and arms which are important energy centers within the body. This form of massage is very relaxing and has a balancing effect on the recipient as it helps them to release stress and tension creating a sense of peace and well being.

 

30 Min    $55

HST not included in price

Hot stone is a specialty massage that uses Swedish techniques along with smooth heated stones. The stones are placed under you or on you and used to massage your full body. The basalt stones used retain heat to promote relaxation and loosen muscle tension.

1 hour    $110​

HST not included in price