Acupuncture Treatment
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PRACTICE 
STYLE

I have an appreciation of engaged manual work which can mean very deep pressure to as light as necessary to effect an optimal response.

 

After discussion with you and we devise a plan for the session, the style may involve one therapy or a combination of modalities. Your preference always leads the work to ensure open communication and a comfortable approach.

I do a lot of therapeutic work but also love relaxation sessions.

 

Patients sometimes ask me to decide how best to resolve an issue with any combination of modalities. For example: I may add essential oils to the massage oil to elicit a better response and if something is stuck that my hands can't move I may use a cup or a few needles to get things happening.

 

Other times patients know exactly what they want such as a 100% shiatsu session or lymphatic flush. When a patient knows what they want it's the best approach for the job.

My aim is to listen to what you are looking for, carefully pay attention to your body’s unique feedback and thus allowing me to best deliver a tailored treatment to help restore your most optimal sense of well being.

"When you touch one thing with deep awareness,
 you touch everything.
"

- Lao Tzu 

ABOUT SUE

Formerly the owner of Toronto Bodyworks (2004-2021), Sue Sheedy returned to private practice in the spring of 2021.

 

Toronto Bodyworks was a labour of love and a desire to build a place that was patient centered and therapist supportive however due to the ongoing financial impact of COVID-19 on the business, Toronto Bodyworks permanently closed after 17 successful years.

 

Sue now continues doing what she loves - seeing patients and is still coaching RMTs and Acupuncturists to better their work through excellence in biomechanical training through their hands on approach.
 

Building her career since 1995, Sue’s extensive training includes dual registration in both Massage Therapy and TCM Acupuncture.

 

Sue also holds a 2200 hour diploma in Shiatsu Therapy and certificates in NISA, Lymph Drainage, Craniosacral Therapy, Cosmetic Acupuncture, Aromatherapy, Sports Massage, Thai Massage and more.

Sue has treated many conditions through her years of practice. She often sees patients with a variety of issues related to pain, stress and fatigue disorders which in turn can affect multiple systems in the body. This includes (but is not limited to) digestion, sleep, mood disorders, menstruation, anxiety, physical tension, pain and more.

Sue has worked with patients ranging from those in excellent health to those who are struggling. From the elderly to the disabled, office workers, athletes, women in all stages of pregnancy, physical labourers, students, children, infants and more. 

Sue is a member in good standing with the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario (CMTO) and the College of Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioners and Acupuncturists of Ontario (CTCMPAO).

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