Massage to optimize health and wellness and to provide restorative relaxation are offered. Massages can be beneficial to a multitude of people for a variety of reasons, as outlined further below.
In particular, the OICC wants to invite caregivers, family members, loved ones and other integral supportive members of patients with cancer to consider a massage as a wonderful way to maintain their energy. As the common saying goes, you cannot pour from an empty cup.
Massage therapy can be a part of your personal self-care to manage stress, fatigue, anxiety and depression. Restorative massages can be effective in calming the body and mind
Preventative massage can also be effective in keeping muscles pliable and joints moving with ease. A well-functioning body is less prone to injury and has fewer aches and pains to manage. Maintaining and improving physical functioning is an integral part of massage therapy.
Rehabilitative treatments focus on recovery from injury, accidents or surgery. The goals of this approach is to help you get back to feeling as well as you did in the past.
Treatments for specific conditions such as headaches, back pain and repetitive strain injuries are also available.
Massage therapy uses a range of modalities including Swedish massage, craniosacral therapy, lymphatic drainage therapy, scar treatments, cupping and energy healing.
You can find answers to commonly asked questions about massage therapy on our FAQs Page.
Massage Therapists & Clinic Hours
Janet Penny, RMT
Tuesday, 8:00 am - 1:00 pm
Annie Bray, RMT
Thursday, 12:00 - 8:00 pm
90 Minutes - $145
75 Minutes - $120
60 Minutes - $100
45 Minutes - $80
30 Minutes - $70