No further restrictions on Massage Therapy practice have been announced. Currently, regulated health professionals,
including RMTs, may continue to operate in accordance with directives from the Ministry of Health.
put your body in good hands
Massage Therapy has been present in Kathleen’s life in numerous forms and in varying degrees of influence. It was first introduced to her when used in conjunction with Physiotherapy treatment as a young teenager. This in-depth and holistic approach to medicine sparked Kathleen’s interest in a career within the realm of Health Sciences.
While studying Kinesiology at Western University, Kathleen became familiarized with the various career paths available for a Kinesiologist. Her interest in working with clients in a hands-on environment has led to her becoming a Registered Massage Therapist.
Having graduated from the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy (CCMH) in 2014, Kathleen has thoroughly enjoyed being directly involved in the therapeutic effect of alternative medicine.
In June of 2020, Kathleen completed coursework to become a Certified Aromatherapist.
Kathleen is currently working at 2 locations throughout the week:
When not massaging, you’ll find Kathleen cycling the city,
trying to get bendy in a yoga class, cozying up with a novel or
cheering on the Toronto Maple Leafs.
The most common type of massage, based on Western concepts of anatomy and physiology. Therapist lubricates the skin with massage oil
and performs various massage strokes, ranging in depth of pressure
Therapists utilize this type of massage to stimulate circulation, release tight muscles, restore range of motion,
and relieve pain
A variation of Swedish massage tailored to the pregnant body
and a complementary choice for prenatal care
Therapists utilize this type of massage to reduce stress on weight-bearing joints, decrease muscle tension and encourage blood and lymph circulation
Fascial Stretch Therapy
Lymph Drainage Massage
A modality which involves the
therapist performing assisted stretching techniques with a client
on a treatment table or floor
Comfortable straps help stabilize the limb or part of the body that is not being stretched in order to facilitate complete relaxation and enhance
the effectiveness of the stretches
Therapists utilize this type of massage to help clients with chronic pain and mobility issues
Clothes that allow stretch and movement are required
A modality which encourages the natural drainage of the lymph,
carrying waste products away from
the tissues back toward the heart
Very light pressure and rhythmic circular movements are used to stimulate lymph flow
Therapists utilize this type of massage to maintain proper function of the immune system and to reduce inflammation in the body
Note: If you are experiencing post-surgical edema, you will be referred
to the Lymphocare Centre in Toronto
60 Minutes - $100
90 Minutes - $135
*listed prices are subject to HST
Accepted Methods of Payment: E-Transfer, Debit, Credit, and Gift Cards
Cancellation Policy: as a courtesy to the business, please avoid canceling within 24 hours
of your scheduled appointment time. No-shows and cancellations with less than 24 hours notice will be invoiced the full treatment fee if a replacement for your appointment cannot be found.
Additional Treatment Times: please email Kathleen if you wish to book an
appointment duration not listed on the scheduling website (i.e., 90 Mins)
or if you wish to be added to a cancellation list for an earlier time slot.