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Manual Therapy Designed for You

Registered Massage Therapy

Using oils on the skin, a massage therapy session can range from very gentle to quite deep depending on your request and how your body responds.

This style of bodywork is commonly used to relax and rejuvenate tired, sore muscles as well as joints and for general aches and pains.

Head Massage

RMT Acupuncture

RMT Acupuncture focuses on muscles, joints and the soft tissues of the body. Sometimes Sue uses this modality in combination with massage, shiatsu, craniosacral therapy or other soft tissue approaches. It can be used alone as long as the concern falls within the scope of practice of massage therapy.

Shoulder Treatment

RMT Shiatsu

From gentle soothing compressions to specific deep techniques, shiatsu addresses tension through lean on pressure.


Traditionally the patient is clothed but between the sheets works just fine, as long as there is a cloth barrier between patient and therapist. To work the body, the therapist leans into the patient with their thumbs, palms, forearms and sometimes knees, paying close attention to the body's response to adjust the technique as needed.

The specific nature of this technique can help the RMT pinpoint tension and deliver effective relief to nagging issues not always helped by other modalities.

Other Modalities

These other modalities can be integrated into massage / acupuncture / shiatsu sessions:​

  • Aromatherapy

  • Breast Massage

  • NISA (Neuromuscular Integrated Structural Alignment) aka Soft Rolfing

  • Scar Tissue Work

  • Cupping

  • IASTM (Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization)

These other modalities would be stand alone sessions and not integrated:

  • Cosmetic Acupuncture (RMT Scope)

  • Pregnancy Massage

  • Sports Massage

  • Child and Infant Massage


These other modalities can be either integrated or stand alone sessions:

  • Lymph Drainage

  • Craniosacral Therapy

For further information and questions about other modalities feel free to reach out by email below.

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