Nicole A

Nicole A

NICOLE A, Registered Massage Therapist DEEP TISSUE, RELAXATION, THERAPEUTIC, PRENATAL, LYMPHATIC DRAINAGE, HOT STONE, CUPPING Nicole has been a Registered Massage Therapist for over 25 years. She graduated from the D'Arcy Lane Institute of Massage Therapy with a 2200-hour degree. With massage therapy, she has travelled extensively learning many different modalities. In addition to my […]

Ashley Rechik

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Ashley Rechik, Registered Massage Therapist Ashley was born and raised in Arborg, Manitoba. After graduating high school she attended the Massage Therapy College of Manitoba from which she graduated in January 2015. In her free time she loves to spend time with loved ones, be in the outdoors and volunteers with Ducks Unlimited Manitoba. Ashley […]

The Benefits & Risks Of Prenatal Massage

Prenatal Massage

It’s no secret that pregnancy can be uncomfortable. Below, we’ll outline how a prenatal massage could help your symptoms! Common complaints during pregnancy include achy shoulders, sore feet, low back pain, mid back pain, tingling in the hands, headaches, trouble getting to sleep as you can’t get comfortable and so on.  The aches of pregnancy […]

Benefits of Infant Massage

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From a physiological perspective during cell division in the womb, the soon-to-be fetus divides into 3 layers: the endoderm, mesoderm, and ectoderm. The ectoderm develops into the skin and brain, which forms a clear neural connection between the skin and the brain. One way to look at it is that “the brain is the innermost […]

Sore After a Massage? Why It Happens and What To Do

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Most of us schedule a massage to get relaxation, relief from tight muscles, or assistance with pain, or injury. However, as part of the healing process, you may feel some degree of muscle discomfort or stiffness afterward.  Just as you may feel sore after exercise, a massage can stimulate areas of your body that you […]

Massage Therapy VS Physiotherapy What’s The Difference?

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Many ask, I am having pain should I see a Physiotherapist or Massage Therapist? The answer is both are very effective to treat pain.  Winnipeg Massage Therapy is geared toward symptom management and pain relief. Resulting in a more immediate form of pain relief. Massage Therapists typically does not provide primary care for injuries, though […]

Hannah Aikens

Hannah is a Registered Massage Therapist who completed her training through Robertson College in Brandon in January 2021. She is also a Certified Infant Massage Therapist, with training done by the Institute of Somatic Therapy. She is passionate about holistic health and the power behind positive thought. Outside of work, she enjoys experimenting with herbal […]

Sumita Holmes

Sumita Holmes - Massage Therapist

Sumita graduated from Evolve College of Massage Therapy (formally the  Massage Therapy College of Manitoba). Sumita was born and raised in Thailand. Massage therapy is a very important part of Thai culture that comes naturally for her. She believes in the power of touch with intention behind it. She uses various techniques including myofascial release, trigger point […]

Jen Elias

Jen Elias - Massage Therapist

Jen graduated from Wellington College in 2002. Over the past 17 years, she has earned a reputation for her skill at deep tissue as well as relaxation massage treatment. She has studied anatomy, physiology and osteology at the university level as well as taken courses in myofascial release, labour support/doula, and visceral mobilization. When she […]

Melanie Koralewicz

Melanie Koralewicz - Massage Therapist

Melanie is a Registered Massage Therapist that graduated from Wellington College of Remedial Massage Therapies in 2016. Prior to her studies and career in Massage Therapy, she studied at the University of Winnipeg and received her Bachelor of Arts degree with a major in Kinesiology and Applied Health. She is passionate about promoting and living […]