YMT

Wednesday, November 29, 2017

Rain (Huayu) Ding, RMT, R.Ac

Rain has 5 years experience in massage therapy and 3 years experience in acupuncture. She is a Registered Massage Therapist from the Royal Institute of Science and Management and is in good standing with the College of Massage Therapists Ontario (CMTO). She has received a certificate in shiatsu training from the Shiatsu School of Canada INC. and has also received training in Thai massage from Thai Massage Toronto. 

Her techniques include:

  • Swedish massage for relaxation
  • Japanese shiatsu
  • Face massage to reduce stress and insomnia
  • Foot massage to release leg pain and treat planter fasciitis 
  • Foot reflexology
  • Chinese Tina for frozen shoulder and various muscle strains
  • Acupuncture for pain release
  • Cupping to release muscle pain
  • Hot Stone Massage
She uses these techniques to help clients increase their range of motion, and release pain and tension. She has a strong knowledge of and compliance with the safety standards and the contraindications as established by the CMTO. She looks forward to helping you achieve your health goals! 

Availability:
Monday 10:30-5:30pm
Wednesday 1-8pm
Thursday 1-8pm
Saturday 12-8pm
Sunday 12-8pm

Lauren Nemes, RMT

Originally from Montreal, Lauren moved to Toronto upon completing her undergraduate degree in Exercise Science to pursue her passion; Massage Therapy. Lauren is a graduate of Sutherland-Chan School of Massage Therapy and is a member of the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario as well as the Registered Massage Therapists' Association of Ontario. 

During her time at Sutherland-Chan, Lauren had the opportunity to participate in several specialty clinics where she treated seniors, pregnant women, stroke survivors, breast cancer survivors, and pre/post-operative patients in the thoracic surgery ward at the Toronto General Hospital. Her previous experience working in spas has enabled her to provide an effective yet relaxing treatment for her clients, making sure they are comfortable throughout the massage. She tailors her treatments to her clients' needs and goals and strives to achieve them one massage at a time. 

In her treatments, Lauren incorporates techniques and modalities such as general Swedish techniques, myofascial release, rhythmic and joint mobilizations, muscle energy techniques, lymphatic drainage, and scar manipulation. 

Availability:
Tuesday 12-8
Friday 12-8

Sunday, April 5, 2015

Josef Pittman, RMT

Josef Pittman is a registered massage therapist who was born and raised in Toronto. He graduated in 2014 from the 2200hr Massage Therapy program at Medix College of Healthcare and is in good standing with the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario (CMTO).

Josef is experienced in treating all ranges of clients in different stages of healing. He is competent in all Swedish styles of massage, deep tissue massage, myofascial release and treating every day aches and pains from headaches to overall muscle tension. He is committed to continue to learn and grow in the massage profession.


Josef's philosophy of practice is to treat each client as an individual using massage therapy to reduce tension and stress in order to enable better function be it a work or play.


Availability
Monday 12-8pm
Wednesday 12-8pm
Friday 12-8pm
Saturday 12-8pm
Sunday 12-8pm

Monday, September 23, 2013

Tinika Coleman, RMT

Tinika is a graduate from Centennial College. Since high school, she always knew she wanted to be in a profession in the health care field. When choosing between becoming a nurse or massage therapist, she found that pursuing Massage Therapy was her true passion.

During treatment Tinika incorporates Swedish techniques, deep tissue massage, lymphatic drainage, frictioning, PNF stretching, and joint mobilizations. 

In 2016 she took continuing education courses to learn about the use and benefits of cupping therapy for overall health and wellness and the effects it has on the lymphatic system, how it detoxifies the body and the fascial restrictions. Cupping therapy is a very beneficial and different treatment from regular massage in that it uses decompressive methods with lifting and pulling the structures to create space rather than compressing the tissue. 

She has also been educated on the use and benefits of reflexology massage. During treatment she always ensures that she works within the comfort levels of her clients and checks in with the pressure she's applying. Seeing the results and how much she can help her clients throughout their everyday body stresses while helping them to achieve their goals is greatly rewarding to her. She likes to make recommendations on how to incorporate home care into their every day lifestyles. 

Availability:
Monday 2-8pm
Wednesday 2-8pm
Thursday 9:30-2:30pm
Friday 9:30-2:30pm
Saturday 1-7pm

Thursday, June 13, 2013

Stephanie De Longo Noguera, RMT

As an RMT I am grateful for my ability to improve the quality of life for my clients whether it be reducing or eliminating chronic or acute pain, increasing range of motion for better functionality or athletic performance, reduction of tension and stress or working through other areas of concern.

I specialize in treating postural dysfunction and related tension, rehabilitating chronic injuries, headaches, nerve compression syndromes, prenatal and athletic massage.

I often use a combination of deeper Swedish techniques, myofascial, Trigger Point treatment, joint mobilizations and stretch.

As a graduate of the acclaimed Sutherland-Chan School and Teaching Clinic, I am also a member in good standing with the Collage of Massage Therapists of Ontario and a member of the Registered Massage Therapists Association of Ontario.

Monday, June 10, 2013

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All prices include HST

Massage Therapy

30min .......................... $60
45min ...........................$80
60min ................ ..........$100
90min .......................... $140
120min ........................ $180
Add 15min .................. $20
15min chair massage ....$30
15min Body Scrub...... ..$20
Add hot stone ... ............$20

Couples Massage

30min ... $120
45min ... $160
60min ... $200
75min ... $240
90min ... $280

Workshops

Couples Workshop 90min ....$200

Aesthetics

Facials:
Relaxing Facial 30min ....... $50
Specialized Facial 60min ... $95
Glycolic Facial 60min ........$95


Waxing:
Brazilian Waxing .............. .$65
Bikini Line .........................$30
Under Arm Waxing ... ........$15
Eyebrow Waxing ................$15
Upper/Lower Lip Waxing ...$10
Full Leg Waxing .............. ..$50
Half Leg Waxing ... ............$30
Full Arm Waxing ................$35
Half Arm Waxing ...............$25


Packages:
*Beautify Me(2hr) 60min specialized facial + 60min massage therapy.....$145
*Purify Me 30min facial + 60min massage therapy + 15min body scrub...$145
*Rejuvenate Me 1hr facial + 30 minute massage therapy ..........................$95
*Renew Me 30min massage therapy + 30min facial + 5min eyebrow/underarm waxing...$75
*Package A 30min massage therapy + 30min facial .........................................$75


We do not do direct billing at the moment, insurance receipts will be given to you post treatment for reimbursements.

Sunday, June 9, 2013


 Q.Why should I wax instead of shave?
A.
There are many positive benefits to waxing! When hair is waxed, it grows back slower and softer which eliminates the coarser stubble that shaving leaves. Shaving commonly results in ingrown hairs, bumps and other skin irritation whereas waxing leaves the skin feeling smooth. After you've been waxed, it is important to continue post-wax care at home to maximize the benefits of your wax. 

Q.How much does waxing hurt?
A.
Depending on the area that is being waxed, experience with waxing and the level of pain tolerance a client has, it can be pain free or a little uncomfortable in sensitive areas! If it's your first time waxing an area after years of shaving, the hairs will be coarser and much more uncomfortable to wax. The more frequently you wax, the easier it gets because over time the hair will grow back thinner and sparser. We always try to talk with clients during the wax to keep their minds busy! 
Q.How often do I need to get waxed?
A.
Typically you will need to get waxed every 4-6 weeks depending on hair growth which varies between each individual. You want there to be enough hair to be picked up from the wax but you don't want it to be too long that it's painful. 
Q.What is a Brazilian wax?
A.For women, a Brazilian wax is a style of waxing in which all of the pubic hair is removed from the vagina, including the labia and the anus. Your esthetician will help guide you during the appointment and will require you to work with them by positioning yourself in certain ways so they can wax the hairs with ease. It is a sensitive area to wax so we want to ensure that you feel as comfortable as possible! It is important to note that a Brazilian wax can also be done on males but unfortunately we do not offer this service for men. 
Q.How long does it take to get a Brazilian wax?
A.
Depending on the experience of the client, a Brazillian wax will take around 20-30 minutes to complete. Normally the first appointment takes the longest.
Q.What prep should I do before getting a Brazilian wax?
A.It is important to let the hairs grow to be about 1/4 of an inch before your wax to ensure a faster and more comfortable procedure with cleaner and smoother results. If you have time prior to your appointment, please shower so that the hairs are easily extracted by the wax. 
Q.Brazilian wax procedure & what should you expect?
A.After cleaning the area to be waxed, we cover the area with powder to prevent the wax from sticking to the skin. We use hard, stripless wax for the hair removal, and we apply a special calming lotion/oil afterwards to reduce redness, as well as to soothe the skin.

Expect a little skin irritation. If you get waxed regularly, your skin will become accustomed and you should not experience irritation. If you only do it once or twice a year expect to go through this each time. It is normal to get tiny whiteheads after your first or second time of being waxed. Just lightly exfoliate with scrub to avoid pore blockage around 24 hours after and use either soothing lotion for a couple days. 

Q.What type of wax should be used?
A.For a Brazilian wax we use a hard (stripless) wax which is better for more sensitive areas and is overall less painful. For all other parts of the body we use a strip wax but a hard wax can be optional. 
Q.
You should not be waxed if...
A.Before you begin the treatment, please let your esthetician know if you:
  • Are diabetic
  • Bruise easily
  • Have varicose veins
  • Are sunburned
  • Have a thyroid condition
  • Are menstruating
  • Are using products/medications that are contraindicated for waxing: Accutane, Retine-A, glycolic acid, alpha hydroxy acid, Tazorac Avage, Differin, Strivectin, Renova, Proactive, Avita, benzoyl peroxide & salicylic acid. These are only some of the products we are aware of that may cause a problem and new ones can come along daily. Your skin is important to you and us – so please check with your doctor if you have any doubt.

Sunday, July 8, 2012

Registered Massage Therapy


"The practice of massage therapy is the assessment of the soft tissue and joints of the body and the treatment and prevention of physical dysfunction and pain of the soft tissues and joints by manipulation to develop, maintain, rehabilitate or augment physical function, or relieve pain."

Our Massage Therapist Team

We have over 8 registered massage therapists offering a wide variety of massage modalities. Please let us know what your preferences are when booking your appointments to maximize your massage experience.

First visit? Please arrive 10 minutes early on your first appointment to fill in a brief health intake & consent form.

book nowFees

15min chair .... $30
30min ... ........  $60
45min...............$80
60min ... ..........$100
90min ... ..........$140
120min ... ........$180
Add 15min ..... $20
Add hot stone ... $20
Add Aromatherapy ...$5


* all prices depicted above include tax*
Massage therapy is covered by most extended health insurance plans, please check your coverage. We do not do direct billing, however, insurance receipts will be issued to you post treatment for reimbursements.