Massage Therapy Mississauga

massage therapy Mississauga

Swedish/Relaxation Massage:

It is a gentle and soothing massage that uses long, smooth strokes and kneading techniques to relax the muscles and improve blood circulation. It can help reduce stress, pain, and tension, as well as promote a sense of well-being and relaxation.

Deep Tissue Massage:

It is a more intense and focused massage that targets the deeper layers of muscle and connective tissue. It uses firm pressure, slow strokes, and friction to release chronic knots and tightness. It can help with chronic pain,
injury recovery, posture correction, and sports performance.

Hot Stones Massage:

It is a type of massage that uses smooth, heated stones to warm up and relax the muscles. The therapist places the stones on specific points of the body or uses them to massage the muscles with gentle pressure. It can help ease muscle stiffness, increase blood flow, and induce deep relaxation.

Infant & Children Massage:

This type of massage is specially designed for babies and children. It uses gentle touch and strokes to stimulate the skin, muscles, and nervous system. It can help with bonding, growth, development, sleep, digestion, and

Pre/Post-natal Pregnancy Massage:

It is a type of massage that is tailored for pregnant women and new mothers. It uses gentle pressure and special techniques to support the changes in the body during and after pregnancy. It can help with swelling, back pain, stress relief, hormone balance, and recovery.

Cupping Therapy:

It is a traditional Chinese medicine technique that involves placing suction cups on the skin to create a vacuum. It can help stimulate blood flow, relieve pain, reduce inflammation, and detoxify the body. It can be added on to any
massage service for an extra benefit.

Non-RMT Massage:

It is a type of massage that is performed by a non-registered massage therapist. It can offer similar benefits as a RMT massage, such as relaxation, stress relief, and muscle tension release. However, it may not be covered by insurance or meet the standards of professional regulation.