Massage Therapy

1070 Main St. West.

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Registered Massage Therapy

Monday: 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Tuesday: 12:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Wednesday: 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Thursday: 12:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Friday: 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Saturday: By Appointment Only
Sunday: Closed

Massage Fees

  • 30 minutes – $55 +HST
  • 45 minutes – $75 +HST
  • 60 Minutes – $90 +HST
  • 90 Minutes – $125 +HST

Please note: Registered Massage Therapy must be done by a licensed professional. Many insurance providers will cover RMT treatments, though some require a doctor’s note.

Leah Briczin Massage Therapy

Leah Briczin, RMT

As a Registered Massage Therapist, I get to help those who suffer from a variety of health issues, naturally. Once I discovered the healing gift of massage therapy, I was hooked and it wasn’t long before it became my passion. I now wake up each day with a drive to help people become happier, healthier versions of themselves and it is incredibly rewarding. Massage Therapy has changed my life and I have the utmost respect for the human body and all its systems.

I have seen how people of all ages have struggled physically with musculotendinous issues, mentally and/or spiritually as well. This bothered me but I knew that one day it would be possible to treat and heal such maladies with the skills I have obtained and to make a difference. The body is a sacred vessel, a complex instrument of functions and sensations that is meant to last us a lifetime; therefore, the precious investment of self-care in every aspect is crucial.

I train in the gym on a regular basis, receive Therapeutic Massage regularly and know that without it, my body would not allow me to do the day-to-day things I love with such ease. Needless to say, we live in a time of stress and very rarely can we take an hour to shut out the world, completely unwind, and relax deeply. Massage therapy is the answer, and it works wonders.

My style of massage includes general Swedish Massage techniques combined with manual therapy (mobilization of joints, muscles, connective tissue, and nerves), facial stretch therapy, cupping therapy with silicone cups, and myofascial trigger point therapy if indicated.

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Ed Bermundo, RMT, CMTO

I was born and raised in the Philippines before settling and calling Canada my home. At an early age, I have learned the wonderful benefits of massage the traditional way (called Hilot) on alleviating musculoskeletal afflictions. That is why I pursue my career’s passion and succeeded in earning my degree at Ontario College of Health and Technology.

I am blessed with a beautiful family, my constant source of happiness, my drive to continuously work with my desire to provide top-notch service in Therapeutic Massage (Deep Tissue), Relaxation Massage, and Swedish Massage and to share this natural healing process so that my clientele can feel revitalize and reborn.

Daily stress grinds our body down nonetheless I strongly believe that our body is capable of many things including self-repair especially when cared for by the right professional.

I enjoy my free time playing volleyball with my friends and leisurely walking my dog.

Massage Therapy

Registered Massage Therapy must be done by a licensed professional. Many insurance providers will cover RMT treatments, though some require a doctor’s note.

Registered Massage therapy can treat:

  • Anxiety
  • Fibromyalgia
  • High blood pressure
  • Insomnia
  • Muscle tightness
  • Post-op pain
  • Soft issue injuries
  • Sports injuries
  • Stress
  • And more!

Registered Massage therapy is hands-on treatment that works to manipulate your body’s soft tissues using varying degrees of pressure to relieve both stress and pain.

The Benefits of Registered Massage Therapy
Registered Massage therapy can be both a treatment and a preventative measure. People get massages to relieve pain and discomfort, as well as prevent worse injury to the body. Relaxation massages are often offered at spas, and don’t typically go as deep as a therapeutic massage.

Massage: Both a treatment and a preventative measure