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Massage for your Health

The end of the year is coming quickly and with the holidays approaching, many people are beginning to feel stress. On top of it all, with the colder weather, the winter time can bring on some pretty severe colds and flus. Our immune systems are weaker and illnesses seem to be a common theme at this time of the year.

Coughing and sneezing are symptoms of illnesses that can have lasting effects on your muscles. It may sound funny, but it’s actually quite common for individuals to get a rib out of place or a muscle spasm due to a cold or flu symptom. Although you probably shouldn’t go see a Massage Therapist while you are sick, it is important to book an appointment for a treatment after you get over your illness so that your muscles can heal properly as well. Massage Therapy may also help boost your immune system, as it helps reduce stress hormones in your body that can be detrimental to your health.

If you have suffered from cold symptoms that have left your muscles in pain, book a massage today. I wish everyone a very Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays, and good health in the New Year!

A Note from the Therapist

Happy Fall everyone! I hope everyone had a great summer and is enjoying the beautiful colours of autumn. As the seasons and temperature are changing, I wish to inform you of a few changes that are also happening at my clinic.

First, I am excited to announce that I have taken a couple new courses this fall and am now certified in Acupressure. Many of you may have noticed a few added things in your treatments with me. That being said, remember that if you dislike any of these additional acupressure techniques or find them uncomfortable please let me know immediately and I will discontinue them in your future treatments.

Secondly, as of January 1st, 2015, I am compelled to increase my fees to $90.00 (tax included) per hour . This change of five dollars will also be added to 30 minute, 45 minute, 90 minute and 120 minute treatments. According to the Massage Therapy governing body (CMTO), the average massage therapist in Ontario charges $102.00 per hour. So to stay on par with other massage therapists, as well as to be fair to my clientele, I feel that by increasing my fees to stay just under the average is a good happy medium.

Lastly, I will be discontinuing these quarterly newsletters in the New Year, however to keep you informed and up to date, I will maintain the blogs that I send out on a monthly basis. These blogs are much the same as the newsletter articles, though shorter, they contain much useful and interesting information. Thank you to all those who have read my newsletters on a regular basis. I look forward to stay in touch with everyone on a monthly basis via my blogs. Have a great Fall!