The practice of Massage Therapy is the assessment of the soft tissue and joints of the body and the treatment and prevention of physical dysfunction and pain of the soft tissue and joints by manipulation to develop, maintain, rehabilitate or augment physical function, or relieve pain. (Massage Therapy Act 1991)
Benefits of Massage Therapy
- Decrease pain and sensitivity
- Improve flexibility and strength
- Gently stimulate circulation and lymphatic flow
- Improve function of muscles, joints and nerves
- Improve posture, sleep and quality of life
- Improve physical and athletic performance
Treatment Styles & Techniques
- Trigger Point Therapy
- Cupping Massage
- Myofascial Techniques
- Deep Tissue Treatment
- Stress Reduction & Relaxation
- Manual Lymphatic Drainage
- Remedial Exercises & Posture Education
Conditions for Massage
- Sports and athletic injuries, and performance for: runners, cyclists, tennis players, rugby and football players
- Whiplash, neck strains, low back pain, neck and shoulder tightness, falls
- Nerve compression pain: piriformis syndrome, sciatic pain, carpal tunnel syndrome, Bell’s palsy
- Arthritis, knee pain, ankle sprains
- Physical conditions: scoliosis, pelvic dysfunction, frozen shoulder, tennis elbow
- Auto-immune disorders: multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease
- Stress management, anxiety, depression, chronic headaches and migraines
- Cancer support, and many others
Massage therapy is provided at the Achieve Wellness Centre, located inside the Seagram Lofts. Please view fee schedule and location here. You may schedule an appointment through the reception number on this page.
All fees include the HST
We offer direct billing to your extended health plan for your convenience. If your plan is provided by Manulife, please make sure you register for their online services at their plan member site.
Massage therapy is offered at the Achieve Wellness Centre, located inside the Seagram Lofts in Uptown Waterloo.
Please call reception at (519) 279-6811 if you have any questions or need directions.