Registered Massage Therapy (RMT)

Discuss with your RMT a treatment which is specific to your needs. RMTs complete a 2-3 year diploma program and pass regulated exams in anatomy, physiology, pathology, physical assessment, neurology, treatments, ethics and other subjects. They must also perform at least 150 supervised clinical hours. To maintain their high professional standards and quality of care, RMTs participate in continui... Read More

Discuss with your RMT a treatment which is specific to your needs. RMTs complete a 2-3 year diploma program and pass regulated exams in anatomy, physiology, pathology, physical assessment, neurology, treatments, ethics and other subjects. They must also perform at least 150 supervised clinical hours. To maintain their high professional standards and quality of care, RMTs participate in continuing education and an ongoing Quality Assurance Programme.


Premium RMT Treatments - Hot Stone and Facial Massage

Premium RMT Treatments can tackle your issue the same way a traditional RMT treatment can but with a little extra finesse. Hot Stone massage is great for those who enjoy some extra warmth (especially during those cold winter months). It gives the illusion of being massaged by a therapist with extremely warm hands! Our Facial Massage Treatment is a gentle, relaxing release for the 52 mus... Read More

Premium RMT Treatments can tackle your issue the same way a traditional RMT treatment can but with a little extra finesse.

Hot Stone massage is great for those who enjoy some extra warmth (especially during those cold winter months). It gives the illusion of being massaged by a therapist with extremely warm hands!

Our Facial Massage Treatment is a gentle, relaxing release for the 52 muscles of your face as well as your head, neck, and shoulders. FMT can help relieve tension and congestion, tone the skin, and help draw out impurities and toxins. Includes cleansing, toning, exfoliation, masque, and moisturizing. Customized to your complexion type with Eve Taylor® Aromatherapy skincare.


Specialty RMT Treatments - Cupping and Aromatherapy

Cupping is a form of negative pressure massage, created when suction is applied to the skin and muscle. With roots in Traditional Chinese Medicine and stretching back as far as Ancient Egypt, cupping has long been used as a healing modality. Modern cupping treatments employ silicone or plastic cups; trained practitioners use various techniques, including gliding and stationary placement, to cre... Read More

Cupping is a form of negative pressure massage, created when suction is applied to the skin and muscle. With roots in Traditional Chinese Medicine and stretching back as far as Ancient Egypt, cupping has long been used as a healing modality. Modern cupping treatments employ silicone or plastic cups; trained practitioners use various techniques, including gliding and stationary placement, to create negative pressure that massages muscles, increases circulation, reduces inflammation, and promotes lymphatic drainage.

Aromatherapy is the practical use of pure essential oils which is integrate into our massage therapy treatment. We integrate the oils during our treatment as well as distribute the essential oils using an nebulizer we have in our treatment room. Essential oils can come from may parts of plants such as roots, bark, flowers or seeds. Their pleasing aroma can relaxing effects on the mind and body.

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