CHIRO starting Oct 11th!
We are constantly adding new services and new members to the team so we can meet the growing needs of Queen West.

Currently we offer Massage Therapy, Acupuncture and Physiotherapy. In the fall we will be adding an awesome Chiropractor to the team. Some of our most popular services include our famous Thai Massages and Cosmetic Acupuntures! Try each one of our specials. For more information check out below. 

Massage (Swedish)

Swedish massage is a popular Western form of therapeutic massage characterized by its long, flowing strokes. The technique aims to promote relaxation, improve circulation, and relieve muscle tension. Deep-pressure techniques can be applied to treat specific problem areas when needed. Therapist apply oil to the skin and use their hands, forearms, or elbows to manipulate the superficial layers of the muscles, enhancing mental and physical relaxation. It is effective for stress relief, boosting immunity, and improving sleep quality and general well-being.

This service is performed by a Registered Massage Therapist

Amanda Bélanger

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Anthony Basco

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Anton Borda

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Elisa Nesta

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Samuel Pham

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Sarah Galati

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Physiotherapy

Physiotherapist assess, offer expert insights, and treat injuries through a combination of methods. Therapy may involve manual therapy, shockwave, laser, ultrasound and IFC along with prescribed exercises. Education also plays an important role in physiotherapy and together with your therapist, a personalized treatment plan will be recommended. The goal is not only recovery, but also empowering you with the knowledge to prevent future injuries.

Amanda Bélanger

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Gabriel Dos Santos

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Massage (Thai)

Thai massage is a healing tradition that originated in India over 2,500 years ago. Unlike other massage styles that typically use long, flowing strokes and kneading, Thai massage employs stretching, pulling, and rocking techniques to relieve tension, enhance flexibility, and stimulate the flow of energy throughout the body.

Thai massage includes rhythmic compression along the body‘s energy lines, known as "sen" in Thai, combined with deep, yoga-like stretches while the practitioner uses their hands, feet, elbows, and knees to move the client into various yoga-like positions. This form of passive stretching can increase flexibility, relieve joint and muscle tension, and balance the body's energy systems.

The massage is performed on a padded mat on the floor with the client fully clothed in a loose-fitting top and pants provided by the therapist. No oils or lotions are used throughout the session and a Traditional Thai Massage typically takes two hours to complete (however we do offer shorter sessions). It's a perfect blend of massage and stretching, often nicknamed "Yoga for lazy people" as the therapist does all the movements for you.

The sessions are performed by a Registered Massage Therapist

Amanda Bélanger

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Anton Borda

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Seung Yae (Sine) Hwang

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Massage (Cupping)

Cupping massage is a type of therapeutic treatment that has its roots in ancient Chinese medicine. The practice involves placing either silicone or plastic cups on the skin, usually on the back, and creating a vacuum seal, which results in suction. This draws up the underlying tissues, promoting blood flow and helping to relieve muscle tension. The cups may be placed statically in once place or dynamically moved across the target area.

Cupping is a great way to supplement a massage. It's considered beneficial for reducing pain, inflammation, boosting blood circulation, promoting relaxation, and well-being. It can also serve as a type of deep-tissue massage. Red cupping marks may be left on the treated area for up to a few weeks later but rest assure, the marks aren't painful. In addition to cupping, Swedish massage techniques are applied during the session.

This service is performed by a registered massage therapy services.

Amanda Bélanger

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Anthony Basco

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Samuel Pham

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Sarah Galati

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Acupuncture (Clinical)

**Includes fire cupping**

Acupuncture is a technique founded on the principles of traditional Eastern medicine, which involves the strategic placement of ultra-fine needles at certain points on the body. It is an effective solution for managing various conditions such as pain, fertility issues, pregnancy, stress, anxiety, depression, weight loss, smoking cessation, neurological symptoms, and to promote overall wellness.

The initial session includes a brief assessment (approx. 10-15 min) to fully understand your needs following up with a treatment that incorporates massage, fire cupping and needling techniques. Every treatment plan is individualized and based on your comfort level and goals. If you are curious but scared to try acupuncture this is a good intro session as therapists can start with just a few tiny needles and limit the needling time until you feel comfortable.

This service is performed by a Registered Acupuncturist.

Alysha Saks

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Elisa Nesta

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Jennifer Sadler

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Acupuncture (Cosmetic)

**Please note**

$95 First Cosmetic Acupuncture (60 Min) special ending, online booking closes on February 29th at 11:59pm
Fee will be updated to $120 for 60 Min Cosmetic Acupuncture on all new bookings starting March 1st
Fee will be updated to $180 for 90 Min Cosmetic Acupuncture on all new bookings starting March 1st

Cosmetic acupuncture serves as a natural method for facial rejuvenation. By enhancing blood circulation and oxygen flow to the skin tissues, it invigorates the fibroblasts, encouraging them to increase collagen and elastin production. The result is a thicker, plumper skin with enhanced integrity.

Benefits are the following:
-Smoothing of fine lines and wrinkles for a youthful appearance.
-Renders a natural glow, promoting a more youthful-looking skin.
-Effectively improves hyperpigmentation, resulting in brighter skin tone.
-Promotes relaxation of the facial muscles, thus preventing skin atrophy and sagging.
-It enhances the toned appearance of your cheeks, jaw, and neck through skin tightening.
-It promotes lymphatic drainage in the face, effectively minimizing facial edema.
-It aids in reducing redness and inflammation in the skin, boosting overall skin health
-Contributes to skin firmness, fostering a more toned, youthful appearance.

The initial session starts with a short evaluation of your needs followed by a customized treatment that incorporates guasha, facial cups, massage and needling techniques. Every treatment plan is carefully crafted on an individual basis depending on comfort level and goals.

Precautionary Measures:
-It is advised to wait for a period of 6-8 weeks after undergoing Botox injections or facial surgery before starting cosmetic acupuncture treatments.
-If you are suffering from conjunctivitis (commonly known as pink eye) or have any open sores on your face, you should wait until you have completely recovered before proceeding with treatments.

This service is performed by a Registered Acupuncturist.

Alysha Saks

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Elisa Nesta

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Jennifer Sadler

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Massage (Prenatal)

A prenatal massage is a therapeutic treatment specifically tailored for the unique needs of pregnant women. It focuses on relieving the physical discomforts and emotional stress that can accompany pregnancy. During pregnancy, a woman's body undergoes numerous changes, which can lead to aches, pains, and tension in the muscles. Prenatal massages are designed to alleviate these discomforts through specialized techniques that are safe and beneficial for both the mother and baby. The goal of a prenatal massage is often to boost circulation, reduce swelling in the legs and feet, and relieve muscle tension. Besides physical benefits, prenatal massage can also have psychological benefits. It can reduce anxiety, decrease symptoms of depression, and promote overall wellbeing.

We offer two prenatal massage styles: Swedish and Thai.

Swedish massage, a popular Western therapy, employs flowing strokes and deep-pressure techniques by using hands, forearms, or elbows with the application of oil. . For ensuring utmost comfort, a pregnancy cushion is providing, allowing expectant mothers to lie comfortably face down throughout the duration of their pregnancy.

Thai massages on the other hand use stretching and rocking techniques without the application of oil. Clients are provided with loose-fitting clothes and the massage is performed on a padded floor mat. Client will lay either on their side and back throughout the session.

Both options are great for prenatal up until full term!

Sessions are performed by a Registered Massage Therapist (RMT)

Amanda Bélanger

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Anthony Basco

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Anton Borda

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Samuel Pham

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Seung Yae (Sine) Hwang

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Chiropractic Care

Chiropractor's assess, offer expert insights, and treat injuries through a combination of methods. Therapy may involve manual adjustments, shockwave, laser, ultrasound and IFC along with prescribed exercises. Education also plays an important role in Chiropractic care and together with your therapist, a personalized treatment plan will be recommended. The goal is not only recovery, but also empowering you with the knowledge to prevent future injuries.

Dr. Caner Nar

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Massage (COUPLES Thai)

Experience a Traditional Thai Massage with a friend or significant. other.

Thai massage is a healing tradition that originated in India over 2,500 years ago. Unlike other massage styles that typically use long, flowing strokes and kneading, Thai massage employs stretching, pulling, and rocking techniques to relieve tension, enhance flexibility, and stimulate the flow of energy throughout the body.

Thai massage includes rhythmic compression along the body‘s energy lines, known as "sen" in Thai, combined with deep, yoga-like stretches while the practitioner uses their hands, feet, elbows, and knees to move the client into various yoga-like positions. This form of passive stretching can increase flexibility, relieve joint and muscle tension, and balance the body's energy systems.

The massage is performed on a padded mat on the floor with the client fully clothed in a loose-fitting top and pants provided by the therapist. No oils or lotions are used throughout the session and a Traditional Thai Massage typically takes two hours to complete (however we do offer shorter sessions). It's a perfect blend of massage and stretching, often nicknamed "Yoga for lazy people" as the therapist does all the movements for you.

Due to sessions requiring two therapists to be available simultaneously, these sessions need to be booked via phone and typically quite far in advance. If you'd like to get an idea of possible schedule openings prior to contacting us, look on our online calendar for two simultaneous "Couples Thai Massage" openings with two separate practitioners. At the moment only Amanda & Anton offer these sessions, usually on Wednesday evenings and the occasional Saturday.

The sessions are performed by a Registered Massage Therapist

Amanda Bélanger

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Anton Borda

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Seung Yae (Sine) Hwang

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Virtual Counselling & Psychotherapy

Psychotherapy, or "talk therapy", is a process to help individuals manage mental health disorders, emotional challenges, and life stressors. Through discussions with a mental health professional, individuals gain understanding about their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. Different types of psychotherapy, including cognitive-behavioral, psychodynamic, humanistic and integrated therapy, are used based on the individuals' needs.

In cognitive-behavioral therapy, individuals learn to change harmful thought and behavior patterns. Psychodynamic therapy emphasizes the influence of unconscious mind and past experiences. Humanistic therapies focus on self-development and growth. Integrative therapy combines various therapeutic techniques.

Psychotherapy can be done individually or in groups, and it's adaptable to all ages and diverse issues. It’s a participatory process, often coupled with discomfort due to the exploration of upsetting subjects or emotions. Nevertheless, it's an effective method to make healthier decisions and improve life quality.

Specialties our therapist can help with:

-Complex PTSD
-Depression
-Anxiety
-Self-esteem
-Coping Skills
-Emotional Disturbance
-Relational issues
-Life Transitions
-Stress
-Women's Issues
-Racial Identity
-Domestic abuse
-Unresolved Trauma
-Family/ Conflict
-Grief

*Insurances don't allow direct billing for Psychotherapy appointments. At the end of the appointment, the credit card on file will be charged and an email receipt will be issued so that clients can submit it to their insurance provider.

Alpana Das

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Acupuncture (Prenatal)

Prenatal acupuncture has been widely recognized for its effectiveness and vast benefits throughout each phase of pregnancy.

-In the 1st trimester, it can relieve symptoms such as fatigue, nausea, vomiting, heartburn, and headaches.
-During the 2nd trimester, it can help alleviate aches, pains, constipation, and swelling.
-In the 3rd trimester, it can assist with insomnia, positioning of a breech baby, natural induction, and labor preparation.

During your initial visit, the acupuncturist will carry out a short assessment to comprehend your comfort and needs. Afterwards, a personalized treatment plan will be developed and include gentle Tuina, acupressure points, needling as well recommendations for dietary & lifestyle modifications. For ensuring utmost comfort, a pregnancy cushion is providing, allowing expectant mothers to lie comfortably face down throughout the duration of their pregnancy.

This service is performed by a Registered Acupuncturist.

Alysha Saks

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Jennifer Sadler

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Naturopathic Medicine

Naturopathic Medicine takes a holistic approach to everyday health concerns by blending modern scientific methods with traditional and natural forms of medicine. It aims to understand and treat the root causes of diseases rather than just managing symptoms.

Assessments and personalized treatment plans are performed by a licensed naturopathic doctor and incorporate lifestyle changes such as physical, mental and dietary. The Naturopathic Doctor may prescribe lab testing, supplements and herbal medicines.

Whether seeking help for a specific condition or simply looking for preventative wellness strategies, naturopathic medicine can provide valuable support towards optimizing health and wellbeing.

Common conditions Naturopathic Medicine can help you with :

-Digestive disorders (IBS, Crohn's, Celiac, food sensitivities, SIBO, etc.)
-Mood disorders (anxiety, depression, addiction, fatigue, stress, etc.)
-Women Health (fertility, endometriosis, PCOS, pregnancy, etc.)
-Hormonal Imbalances (hypo/hyperthyroidism, diabetes, weight management, menopause, testosterone levels, etc)
-Autoimmune disorders (Rheumatoid Arthritis, Psoriasis, Lupus, Multiple Sclerosis, etc.)
-Health optimization (anti-aging, hair & skin health, sleep, detoxification, etc.)
-Chronic Pain

If unsure whether or not Naturopathic Medicine is the right fit for you, feel free to give us a call or book a 15 Minute complimentary session with our Naturopathic Doctor.

Dr. Rebecca Anderson

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*NEW* Fascia Stretch Therapy™ [Stretch Therapist I RMT]

*Currently being offered either by an RMT (covered under registered massage therapy) or by an FST Therapist (covered under a Lifestyle Spending Account)*

Fascial Stretch Therapy (FST) is a unique and systematic type of therapy designed to improve flexibility, mobility, and strength. 'Fascia' refers to the connective tissue that encases muscles, organs, nerves, and blood vessels in your body. Over time, fascia can become stiff or scarred due to injuries, poor posture, or inadequate training methods.

FST aims to enhance the elasticity and health of the fascia, leading to improved athletic performance, increased range of motion, reduced pain, and enhanced recovery from workouts. The therapy is performed by a certified FST therapist or trained RMT who manually stretches the patient’s body in undulating and spiral patterns, synchronizing their movements with the patient's breath.

Instead of targeting isolated muscles, FST considers the body as a connected system, stretching entire fascial lines or chains to promote flexibility throughout the body. The therapy is performed on a treatment table, equipped with comfortable straps to stabilize the limbs or body parts not being worked on.

FST is gentle, pain-free, and relaxing. It's beneficial for everyone from athletes seeking peak performance to older adults looking for enhanced mobility and pain relief. It provides an effective complement to other therapeutic modalities and can play a crucial role in comprehensive treatment and wellness plans.

Amanda Bélanger

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Matheus Dasilva

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*NEW* Osteopathy

*Please note that treatments by Giuliano are covered by lifestyle spending accounts (LSA) and the following insurance providers: Sunlife, Manulife, Empire Life, Greenshield, Nextgen, Desjardins, Benecaid, Manion, Johnston Group,  Chamber of commerce, CINUP, The cooperators, Wilkins & Associates ltd.

Osteopathy is a holistic healthcare approach that emphasizes the importance of the body's structure and function in maintaining health. By using manual techniques like movement, stretching, and massage, osteopaths address a variety of health issues by not only treating the symptoms but the root causes. Osteopathy can alleviate conditions like back pain and arthritis, improve mobility, and enhance overall wellbeing. It operates on the belief that the body has the innate ability to heal itself, and osteopaths, as trained healthcare professionals, tailor treatments to individual health needs.

Insurances don't allow us to directly bill Osteopathic services but a receipt will be provided and you can submit the claim to your insurance directly.

Giuliano Martins

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Thai Massage Level I Course

This course is open to anyone who's interested in learning Thai Massage. Whether your already a health care practitioner or someone without any experience in the field, this course is for all levels! Upon completion, RMTs can perform Thai Massage within their scope of practice and so can many other healthcare practitioners. If your new to the field, you may apply for a Holistic Practitioner license after completing the program. This course is great for RMT students who wish to get a head start in their career and start practicing as a Thai Massage Practitioner prior to completing RMT school.

Traditional Thai Massage is a Buddhist form of physiotherapy created by the Buddhas Doctor 2500 years. It combines acupressure, reflexology and passive stretching in a rhythmic routine that resembles yoga like stretches thus, commonly referred to as Thai Yoga in the west.

Thai Massage Level I course:
In this course students learn how to successfully complete a 90 minute full body massage, transitioning clients through supine and seated positions. You learn the sen lines of the arms and legs, basic acupressure, reflexology of the feet and a variety of passive full body stretches.

Course Objectives:
• Learn how to give a 90 minute full body Thai Massage with the client in supine and seated position
• Transition the client through 50+ positions and postures seamlessly
• Learn to locate and treat the sen (energy) lines in the inner and outer legs and arms
• Use Thai massage techniques including rhythmic stretching, acupressure, sen (energy) line massage
• Effectively apply techniques with the hands, thumbs, knees and feet
• Learn how to massage the Hara (abdominal organs) using Thai massage techniques

Occupancies available for 4-8 participants per workshop.​
Length per course is 32 hours, split into 8 classes.
Course study booklet will be provided.

Price: 700 + HST
Course Dates: 8 classes, May 7, 8, 14, 15, 21, 22, 28 & 29 (Tuesdays & Wednesdays)
Time : 5pm-9pm

Feel free to give us a call if you would like more information before signing up :)

Andre DeCairos

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Thai Massage Level II Course

Thai Massage Level II course:
In this follow-up course to level I Thai Massage, participants learn how to successfully complete a 90 minute massage transitioning the client through side lying, prone and seated positions. You learn how to stretch the spine, treat the sen (energy) lines of the back and add extension stretches to the techniques learned in level I.

Course Objectives:
• Learn how to give a 90 minute full body Thai Massage with the client in side-lying, prone and seated position
• Transition the client through 50+ positions and postures seamlessly
• Learn to locate and treat the sen lines in the back
• Learn how to passively transition clients from supine to side-lying and prone positions
• Learn basic techniques to apply pressure to the client with the feet while standing

Occupancies available for 4-8 participants per workshop.​
Length per course is 32 hours.
Course study booklet will be provided.

Price: 700 + HST
Course Date: TBD

Feel free to give us a call if you would like more information before signing up :)

Andre DeCairos

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Massage (Thai + Reflexology)

Thai massage is a healing tradition that originated in India over 2,500 years ago. Unlike other massage styles that typically use long, flowing strokes and kneading, Thai massage employs stretching, pulling, and rocking techniques to relieve tension, enhance flexibility, and stimulate the flow of energy throughout the body.

Thai massage includes rhythmic compression along the body‘s energy lines, known as "sen" in Thai, combined with deep, yoga-like stretches while the practitioner uses their hands, feet, elbows, and knees to move the client into various yoga-like positions. This form of passive stretching can increase flexibility, relieve joint and muscle tension, and balance the body's energy systems.

In addition to Thai massage, this session also includes Reflexology. The therapist will apply pressure on specific reflex points, primarily on the feet and hands, but can also extend to the ears and face. It is believed that these reflex points correspond to different body organs and applying pressure will have a positive effect on the organs' function and general health.

The massage is performed on a padded mat on the floor with the client fully clothed in a loose-fitting top and pants provided by the therapist. No oils or lotions are used throughout the session and a Traditional Thai Massage typically takes two hours to complete (however we do offer shorter sessions). It's a perfect blend of massage and stretching, often nicknamed "Yoga for lazy people" as the therapist does all the movements for you.

The sessions are performed by a Registered Massage Therapist

Seung Yae (Sine) Hwang

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