Massage Therapy

Therapeutic and Relaxation massage in the comfort of your own home-relax, unwind, relieve pain and tension.

Massage Therapy is the ancient art of manipulating the body’s soft tissues (muscles, connective tissue, ligaments and tendons) to enhance a person’s health and well-being.

Benefits of regular massage include:

  • Increased relaxation and sense of well being
  • Increase circulation, blood and lymph flow
  • Increased range of motion and flexibility
  • Improve sleep quality
  • Decreased muscle and joint pain
  • Increased energy and vitality
  • Increased body awareness

Therapeutic Massage can be used to treat a variety of conditions including:

  • Headaches and Migraines
  • Sciatica
  • Back pain
  • Sprains/strains
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Piriformis syndrome
  • Whiplash
  • TMJD/ jaw pain
  • Tendonitis-golfer’s elbow, tennis elbow, many more…
  • Frozen shoulder
  • Postural problems
  • Repetitive strain injury
  • Plantar fasciitis
  • Muscle spasm
  • Scoliosis
  • And more!

"After seeing Lori my pain in always so much better. I had never had an intra-oral (TMJ) massage before and as painful as it is, I feel quite a bit of relief afterwards. I'm able to open my mouth wider, my headaches improve and my jaw isn't tired. For that alone I am grateful! As well as the rest of my body feeling much less painful than any other massage therapist I have seen." ~Jodie W.

Relaxation or Swedish Massage

Swedish Massage is the basis for all other massage and there are elements of relaxation in all other massage types. Swedish massage consists of broad, soothing strokes in varying levels of pressure (light to deep) to increase circulation, calm the nervous system and decrease stress.

Stress is often a cause of many health problems, and massage helps to lower the effects of stress on the body by decreasing cortisol levels.

Relaxation massage is great for those with muscle tension caused by stress who just want to relax.

Therapeutic/Deep Tissue Massage

This is the massage for those who wants the “issues worked out of their tissues”. The goals is to decrease pain, discomfort, muscle spasm, relieve tension, decrease scar tissue, muscle knots, increase range of motion in specific areas, heal chronic injuries or pain, and aid recovery from injury.

Deep tissue is similar to swedish massage but the pressure used by the therapist is generally deeper. Techniques used include trigger point therapy, myofascial work, hydrotherapy (used of heat and cold), stretching, friction, kneading, etc to relieve tension, knots and scar tissue.

Lori knows her stuff. Compared to other massage therapists I’ve seen, who just gingerly try to relax me, Lori actually sources the issue and gets in there! She truly wants to fix you, and will do everything in her power to do so! She listens to what you ask and uses her own knowledge and variety of healing skills to support her clients. I recommend her over and over again! Once you go to Lori, you’ll never see another RMT.” ~Brittany W.

FAQ:

Q: Are you registered? Can I submit your receipt to my extended health benefits plan?

A: Yes, I am registered. I can provide direct billing to your insurance company or provide you a receipt that you can submit yourself to them afterwards. I am covered by most insurance companies.

Q: Can you do deep tissue? Can you really get in there?

A: Yes, if it is necessary. Although sometimes less is more and I intuitively work with your body to find the pressure that is right for you.

Mobile Rates:

60 minutes: $105 / Couples 60 minutes $190
75 minutes: $125 / Couples 75 minutes $225
90 minutes: $145 / Couples 90 minutes $260

Family Massage available for 3-4hours, prices vary.

Clinic Rates:

60 Minutes: $90
75 Minutes: $110
90 Minutes: $130

Book 5 or more massages during your pregnancy
and get your first postpartum massage 50% OFF!

Book 10 or more massages during your pregnancy
and get your first postpartum massage FREE!

Bonus:

I may incorporate essential oils, cupping, reiki or reflexology into your massage,  at no extra charge! I also give home care recommendations at the end of your treatment so that you can take charge of your health and wellbeing and get better results.

Q:What happens after I book my massage?

A: You will receive an email confirmation, and an online intake form where you will provide all relevant health history and details such as your address and contact information. I also require payment information to secure your spot-you will not be charged until the time of your appointment. Please note the late notice cancellation policy. Less than 24 hours and you will be required to pay 50% of your appointment service fee.

Q:What forms of payment do you accept?

A: Credit card, e-transfer, and cash. I also offer direct billing for your added convenience.

Q: What do I need to provide or have ready for my in home massage?

A: Your music of choice, or I will provide some relaxation music, and a throw blanket to have over my sheets to keep you warm and cozy.