One week left!!

Only one week left to get your name in for the draw for a complimentary 60 minute massage for doing a Google and / or Facebook review of my Massage Therapy services!! The winner will be announced on September 1st.

Reviews on Google can be done by clicking HERE

Reviews on Facebook can be done by clicking HERE and added a review on the right side column

Thank you!!

Got your name in yet?

hey everyone! Just a reminder – until August 31 I am requesting that clients review my services on Google and /or Facebook.. As a BIG thank you, your name will be added to a draw for a complimentary 60 minute massage.. The winner will be announced on September 1st.

Reviews on Google can be done by clicking HERE

Reviews on Facebook can be done by clicking HERE and added a review on the right side column

Thank you!!

Review Request!

hey everyone! From July 1 to August 31 I am requesting that clients review my services on Google and /or Facebook.. As a BIG thank you, your name will be added to a draw for a complimentary 60 minute massage.. The winner will be announced on September 1st.

Reviews on Google can be done by clicking HERE

Reviews on Facebook can be done by clicking HERE and added a review on the right side column

Thank you!!

Google listing!

I’ve officially listed my business with Google!! … finding me at the 360 Degrees Health Centre just got that much easier.

Beginning next week myself and the clinic will be commencing a prize draw for a free massage (with myself) and a gift basket valued at $250 (from the clinic) for clients who do a Google and / or Facebook review between July 1 – August 31st .. Stay tuned for more details!

New Techniques – Structural Myofascial Therapy

I had the great pleasure to take Montreal-based therapist, BetsyAnn Baron’s Structural Myofascial Therapy (SMFT) course in May and have been employing it with clients with great success and positive results.

SMFT looks at the body’s connectivity as a whole and addresses aches, pains, dysfunctions and postural limitation holistically because the location of your pain may not be the source. (“The victim sp eaks outlouder than the perpetrator” concept).

SMFT is a deep and slow manual technique that opens the dialogue with stiff and painful areas and areas of reducing mobility to:

  • rehabilitate, better adapt and increase body potential;
  • create a better ‘organized’ body;
  • increase balance and alignment;
  • increase respiratory capacity and body support;
  • encourage more efficient energy use; and
  • discover a new dynamic posture that can be maintained without effort or pain.

Call 360 Degrees Health Centre at 830.6600 to book your appt, or online at http://www.360healthcentre.ca

New techniques- Cupping

I had the opportunity recently to take a soft silicone Cupping Course (Tissue Distraction Release with Movement) and have been employing it with successful reviews from clients. The soft silicone contours with your body and is meant to be moved across the skin, not left stationary (as the hard plastic cup style does).

It is effective for :

  • any area that soft tissue massage and release is indicated;
  • treating musculoskeletal aches and pains by creating a negative pressure in the cup on your skin (pulling the tissues up rather than pushing down on them);
  • releasing the interfaces between the skin, myofascia, neural tissue, muscles, ligaments and tendons;
  • increasing circulation;
  • increasing lymphatic flow (reducing inflammation /congestion);
  • releasing scar tissues; and
  • relaxing muscles and myofascial trigger points.

A happy heart

February is National Heart Health Month.

Research suggests and proves that taking care of your heart will help reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease and ailments including high blood pressure and cholesterol levels. Massage therapy is just one avenue to keeping your heart healthy and happy. Click HERE to read how.