Choose your practitioner: By experience or price range
$65/hr – Practitioner = first year
$70/hr – Intermediate = 1-3 years
$75/hr – Senior = 4-6 years
$83/hr – Advanced = 7- 9 years
$90/hr – Master = 10 years
$110-150/hr – Master Teacher = 15+ years
Choose your location: Toronto OR Mississauga
Couples massage available
|Rates by experience LeveL:||1 hr||75 min.||90 min.||2 hr||3 hr|
|Master (Master Teacher + $110-150/hr )||$90 +||$112.5 +||$135 +||$180 +||$270 +|
|Heat Massage||ADD $12||ADD $12||ADD $12||ADD $12||ADD $12|
Thai Massage (Traditional Northern Style)
Thai Massage is an ancient and dynamic bodywork therapy in which the practitioner skillfully places the client into a series of yoga-like postures and stretches, while applying compression techniques by palm, thumb, elbow or feet pressure linked via slow, mindful movement. The massage is performed on comfortable floor mats wearing loose, comfortable clothing that allows for movement.
Thai Massage is a very individual experience in the hands of a skilled practitioner, each session is customized and tailored to meet specific client needs, ranging from a relaxing, passive, slow palm massage for stress reduction, to energizing, deep work using elbows and knees to apply stronger presses accompanied by stretching, tractions and twists. Slow and rhythmic, each posture flows easily into the next. Mild, firm or strong touch techniques are applied to create a powerful, singular, healing experience. A relaxing and rejuvenating form of passive yoga, Tai Chi and Eastern massage techniques combined.
Clients are taken through a full range of motion resulting in an increased sense of well-being and stress relief, while stimulating the detoxification process by balancing meridians. Sessions complement all body types and are tailored to the individual needs of each client.
Thai Heat Massage / Hot Compress (Luk Pra Kob)
This form of Thai Massage blends the profound benefits of heat, aroma, herbs and compression. Our hot compress ingredients include: ginger, lemongrass, camphor, eucalyptus and Tiger balm. This steaming, hot compress is pressed onto muscles and joints. The heat penetrates the pores simulating blood flow, which results in rapid rebuilding and nourishment of body tissues. The treatments are performed on floor mats with the client wearing loose, light cotton clothing.
The hot compresses commonly helps alleviate pain, stiff, sore or pulled muscles and ligaments, back-aches, arthritis, migraines, stress, anxiety and more. Treatments provide a relaxing, invigorating and calming effect on the body and mind, soothing sore muscles and increasing energy flow.
Thai Style Foot Massage
An extremely effective healing treatment, Thai Style Foot Massage involves the application of pressure to particular areas of the feet. This pressure in turn stimulates a reflex action in another part of the body by the manipulation of each specific area of the foot. The flow of energy in the body is restored thus addressing the root cause of illness, pain and discomfort.
Thai Style Foot Massage has many beneficial and long-lasting effects. Some sessions are gentle and soothing in nature, while others are more focused and address specific complaints aiming to restore your body systems for better function. Foot Massage can be relaxing, soothing, calming, balancing and boosting the entire body.
Craniosacral treatments are performed by Juan Villa, TMT director and master practitioner. During the session, Juan places his hands on the client in order to feel the craniosacral rhythm at key points in the body to determine obstructions and stress points. Upon determining these points, Juan can then assist in restoring the natural flow of energy, fluids and soft-tissue in order for the body to self-correct and heal. Juan enhances the treatments with reiki and other sensing techniques to best suit individual needs.
Craniosacral therapy is a full body session. Clients are asked to lie on a massage table while remaining fully clothed. As a healing modality, craniosacral is known to be effective in relieving many conditions including chronic pain, stress, fibromyalgia, migraines, chronic fatigue, central nervous system disorders, back and neck pain.