Now Accepting NEW PATIENTS!
Massage therapy is the manipulation of soft tissues of the body including muscles, connective tissue, tendons, ligaments and joints. Massage therapy is a clinically-oriented healthcare option that helps alleviate the discomfort associated with every day occupational stresses, muscular over-use and many chronic pain conditions.
Treatment can include fascia release, Swedish massage, MLD, muscle stripping, cupping, guasha, acupuncture, dry needling, stretching, strengthening.
These treatments may be covered by your private health benefits insurance. Direct billing available.
This modality involves movement, alignment, breath work, slowing and calming the mind and soothing the sympathetic nervous system. Following verbal cues and demonstration you will be guided through dynamic and static postures as well as breath work to decrease stress, increase circulation and range of motion and improve breathing. There is no hands on treatment in a session, but physical touch may be used to correct alignment and encourage proper muscle contraction or relaxation.
These sessions are NOT Massage Therapy and cannot be billed as such. There is no insurance coverage for Yoga Therapy at this time.
YES!! For Registered Massage Therapy we are able to bill to most insurance companies.
Please note that credit card is required for booking to ensure payments is complete in case of insurance error or delay.
We accept and encourage e-transfer as the preferred method of payment.
Cash, CreditCard and Insurance billing is also accepted. Official receipts are issued once payment is received for manually submitting to your insurance.
Please see the "FEE SCHEDULE" tab for rate and length of appointments.
No! You do not need a doctor's referral to access these services, although some insurance companies will require that you get a annual doctor's referral in order to process your claim.
We will require an overall picture of your current health and a detailed health history in order to design a treatment plan that’s right for you. If a massage therapist determines that your condition would be better treated by another healthcare professional, they will make the appropriate referral.