Therapeutic ( 1h | 1h30 )

Therapeutic massage is undoubtedly the most popular method used in the field of natural medicine. This is a deep massage that will relax and treat sore muscles. This massage activates blood circulation in order to balance the necessary fluidity in our tense muscles, among others.

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Sports ( 1h | 1h30 )

This type of massage can treat and effectively prevent injuries, muscle tension and chronic pain. It can be done prior to sports activities to energize and warm the body. It can be applied after the activity to support the removal of metabolic waste and regenerate damaged tissues during exercise. Sports massage techniques are effective in treating problems related to repetitive movements or muscle imbalances.

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Reflexology ( 30 min )

Reflexology is a type of massage that involves applying different amounts of pressure to the feet, hands, and ears. It is based on the premise that these body parts are connected to certain organs and body systems and can help to locate and defuse tensions in order to restore balance to the body.

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Swedish (  1h | 1h30 )

Swedish massage combines firmness and softness as required. It provides a deep muscle relaxation and thus promotes an increased range of motion. It also creates an increase in blood circulation of the muscle tissue, relaxes muscle tension, helps regain muscle and tendon elasticity and thereby produces obvious benefits. This technique uses sliding or gliding, kneading, friction, and vibration at targeted locations.



▸ Christelle Archer, Massotherapist, Aesthetician & Reflexologist

(514) 248-0701


▸ 5056 Chemin de la Côte des Neiges Suite 402, Montreal, QC, H3V1G6, Canada