Registered Massage Therapy

Registered Massage TherapyReg­is­tered Mas­sage Ther­apy is the manip­u­la­tion of the body’s soft tis­sues which includes mus­cles, con­nec­tive tis­sue, lig­a­ments and ten­dons. Mas­sage is a safe ther­a­peu­tic health choice for peo­ple of all ages look­ing for relax­ation or maintenance/relief from pain and tension.

Overuse/Repetitive Strain Syndromes Diges­tive Disorders Mus­cle Strains
Sci­at­ica and other Nerve Pain Pos­tural Imbal­ances (Scoliosis) Stress
Arthritic Con­di­tions Frac­tures and Dislocations Dis­com­fort of Pregnancy
Fibromyalgia/ Chronic Fatigue Lung Infec­tions (Bronchitis/Asthma) Whiplash
(ten­sion and migraine)

Reg­is­tered Mas­sage Ther­apy is cov­ered by many pri­vate insur­ance com­pa­nies. Full or par­tial cov­er­age under Extended Health Care Ben­e­fits Plans enables one to ben­e­fit from the ther­a­peu­tic effects of mas­sage therapy.

Mas­sage can pro­vide relief from con­di­tions and lead to a greater level of health through a more devel­oped sense of body aware­ness, deep relax­ation and from the self care edu­ca­tion received from your Mas­sage ther­a­pist on how to restore bal­ance within your daily life.