Massage at the Studio
I have been a Registered Massage Therapist for over 20 years. After graduating from the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy, I was fortunate to connect to an instructor of Myofascial Release (MFR). My practice continues to be built upon this methodical process whether it is a dynamic or static approach. I continue to educate myself in business, functional anatomy, movement therapy, aquatic massage, athletic taping. Ultrasound and Electrotherapy. All courses enrich the massage experience.
You and I are in a constant state of change due to the trials and tribulations we experience from day to day. This will affect the type of massage you want to experience as well as the type of massage your body will handle. I look at you based on the above and with your input and feedback we can together make a treatment that attends to your needs and wants.
Cynthia Burrows, RMT
A graduate of Sutherland-Chan, I have been working as a massage therapist since 2000. My training includes Swedish Massage, Manual Lymphatic Drainage, Sports Injuries and Pregnancy Massage. My continuing education has included Craniosacral Therapy and Acupressure. I use the different modalities along with Ultrasound or electrotherapy, if indicated, to offer a treatment to address your specific concerns while maintaining an overall focus to all factors which contribute to your health and well-being.
During the time you are together I will offer ways to release tension or help heal injuries outside your massage session, for example; relaxing breathing techniques, the use of heat or ice or gentle exercises to increase flexibility and teach your body more efficient movements.
Michelle is a Licensed Acupuncturist and Graduate from Toronto School of Chinese Medicine. She has furthered her studies by taking advanced courses in sports pain management with Whitfield Reaves and Cosmetic Acupuncture with Dr. Martha Lucas. She also uses Ultrasound and RF in her treatments to achieve healing faster.
We offer Registered Massage Therapy, Myofascial work, Deep tissue massage and Acupuncture.
We are easily accessible by transit, only steps away from the College subway station. There is plenty of public parking including public lots located on Grosvenor, Alexander or Wellesley Streets and plenty of street parking in the vicinity.
Massage Therapists in Ontario complete 2200 hours of education which includes extensive anatomy, physiology and pathology as well as orthopedic assessment, remedial exercise, hydrotherapy and bodywork techniques. following graduation therapists must pass a provincial exam in order to become certified. Therapists are required to continue their education post-graduation and expand and enhance their skill set.
Acupuncture is used for pain management, organ functionality (ie. GERD, urinary problems, prolapsing uterus, etc.), fertility and cosmetic rejuvenation.