I am thrilled to announce that I am now a full-time Registered Massage Therapist at Stillwater Spa in the Park Hyatt Hotel in Toronto.
I will be performing RMT massages at Stillwater every Monday, Tuesday, Friday and Saturday from 3:15 to 10:00 p.m. and on alternating Sundays from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. beginning Friday, March 10.
There are 17 treatment rooms at the spa, as well as an aqua therapy room, tea lounge, steam room, sauna, whirlpool, fitness centre and spa boutique.
One of the highlights of Stillwater Spa is the Couples Sanctuary treatment room, complete with fireplace, jacuzzi and candlelight where you can languish in a 30 minute soak in your private whirlpool followed by 60 minute side-by-side massages.
Stillwater also offers a variety of massage and body treatments, facials, aesthetic services and even a hairstylist at this 5-star hotel spa.
Some of the best Massage Therapy treatments in Toronto can be found in spas alongside complementary modalities like body scrubs, saunas, steam rooms and other hydrotherapy options.
You may prefer to have a Registered Massage Therapist treatment at a spa to a multidisciplinary clinic because combining Massage Therapy with other spa and aesthetic services makes for a more complete treatment. Or perhaps you want to pamper yourself more and simply enjoy the spa atmosphere.
Regardless of which spa you choose, make sure the Massage Therapy treatment is done by a Registered Massage Therapist (RMT). If you ask for a receipt for insurance purposes, this will ensure you get an RMT.
Other considerations to keep in mind when choosing a spa include the type and variety of services you desire. Are you going just for a Massage Therapy treatment? Do you plan to book a couples massage? What are the treatment rooms like? What is the level of customer service like? If relaxation is your prime concern, how does the overall atmosphere make you feel afterward?
Visiting a spa regularly and getting a Massage Therapy treatment can have tremendous benefits, including reducing or eliminating pain, improving joint mobility, reducing muscular tension, improving circulation, increasing relaxation, stress reduction and overall improvement in your health and well-being.
This long journey began for me in May 2015 when I enrolled in the Massage Therapy program at the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy.
This certificate is the culmination of 2,200 hours of education, including hospital placement and community/corporate outreach. It is the recognition of putting in countless hours studying detailed anatomy and physiology. And reviewing and practicing various techniques and protocols to successfully complete oral-practical and written board exams.
I could not have accomplished this without the ongoing support of my friends and family. I also owe a lot to my instructors and several colleagues at school, for their knowledge, guidance and support.
Coming into this field as a second career enabled me to pursue my passion for helping people after accumulating enough life experience to realize my full potential and ensure that I am the best Massage Therapist that I can be.
I look forward to being the best hour in your day.
I’m just getting my website started about my upcoming on-site massage therapy services. I’ll be posting interesting information every week or so about massage and related healthy topics. Please do some of the following.
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