Our Services

Rates for Massage Therapy, Hot Stone Massage, Reflexology and TMJ massage.

For cupping there is an additional fee of $10 added on to your massage treatment.
Direct billing is available depending on individual service provider and plan details. Please be sure to check this prior to booking your services.

Standard Rates

Pediatric Rates

6 years old and under

Junior Rates

7-12 years old

Massage Therapy

Massage therapy is a hands-on treatment approach that treats the soft tissue and joints in the body. Massage therapy can increase range of motion, reduce pain and tension, decrease stress as well as help to promote circulation. Massage therapy can help treat: Chronic pain, repetitive stress injuries, muscle and joint pain, headaches, prenatal and post partum discomfort, stress/anxiety, scar tissue and many more. Registered massage therapy is covered under many extended health benefit plans.

We specialize in Prenatal and Pediatric Massage Therapy as well as Hot Stone Massage!


Reflexology is a natural therapeutic method based on the principle that there are reflexes in the body that connect to other areas, glands, and organs of the body.
Following illness, stress, injury or disease the body is in a state of “imbalance” and vital body systems can be blocked, preventing the body from functioning optimally. Reflexology can be used to restore and maintain the body’s natural balance and facilitate healing.
Through; the application of pressure on these reflexes, reflexology therapy can relieve tension, improve circulation and support the body’s efforts to function optimally. Reflexology can help manage many common ailments of the body including; musculoskeletal pain, insomnia, anxiety, stress, hormonal and digestive issues along with many more.


Cupping is an alternative therapy that decompresses soft tissues using a vacuum suction. There are a few different application techniques, but Mariah uses hard plastic cups with a pump gun that creates the suction within the cup. Cupping can help improve blood flow, decease inflammation, break up scar tissue, boost immune function, remove toxins, and can reduce muscle tension.


The temporomandibular joint (TMJ) connects the lower jaw to the skull, facilitating essential functions like speaking and eating. Dysfunction in this joint can manifest as pain or malalignment, affecting areas such as the neck, shoulders, face, and teeth. Massage therapy effectively addresses TMJ issues by restoring muscle balance and increasing blood flow to reduce inflammation and alleviate trigger points.
Treatment options for TMJ dysfunction include intraoral massage, which targets specific muscles inaccessible from outside the mouth. Before proceeding with this technique, the massage therapist thoroughly discusses the procedure with the client and ensures their comfort throughout the session. Immediate pain relief often follows the treatment, although some clients may experience temporary discomfort before experiencing long-term improvement.
Following the massage therapy session, clients receive personalized homecare guidance to support ongoing pain management and tension reduction. Adhering to these recommendations is crucial for maintaining the benefits of the treatment and achieving optimal results in the long term.



Scroll to Top