Heal Your Body at Toronto Bodyworks

Toronto Bodyworks is proud to offer a variety of bodywork treatments from an exceptional team of qualified, caring professionals. We use only natural high-quality oils and lotions for our bodywork treatments.

If you have any questions, please contact us directly.

Registered Massage Therapy

Relaxing. Healing. Rejuvenating.

Registered Massage Therapy is commonly used to relax and rejuvenate tired and sore muscles but it is also an effective treatment for a variety of other complaints including anxiety, depression, pregnancy discomfort, repetitive strain injuries, multiple sclerosis, chronic fatigue, physical rehabilitation, and more. Your therapist will discuss your needs with you prior to your treatment.

Therapists Who Provide Registered Massage Therapy

Sports Massage

Injury Prevention. Healing.

Though Sports Massage is similar to Registered Massage Therapy, it is distinct in how it prevents and addresses activity-related injuries. A pre-event Sports Massage will stimulate circulation and prepare the body for strenuous activity. Post-event Sports Massage focuses on healing, relaxation, and elongating muscles to prevent and alleviate soreness. This treatment is excellent for athletes and non-athletes alike.

Therapists Who Provide Sports Massage

Hot Stone Massage

Relaxing. Rejuvenating.

This treatment is a combination of traditional hot stone therapy and Swedish massage and is incredibly relaxing. Smooth stones are warmed in a water bath and used in the therapist’s hands to move and massage the body. The stones are also strategically placed along the body to release tension and stress. Hot Stone Massage increases circulation, decreases stiffness and tension, and treats sore, aching muscles.

Therapists Who Provide Hot Stone Massage

Neuromuscular Integration and Structural Alignment (N.I.S.A.)

Revitalizing. Increased Flexibility. Rehabilitating.

Neuromuscular Integration and Structural Alignment (NISA) stretches and softens the body’s fascia, the thin sheet of tissue that resides underneath the skin. It is a gentler version of Rolfing that is ideal for people with limited mobility. NISA improves posture, relieves pain, increases flexibility, and enhances overall wellbeing. NISA has long-lasting effects and is an excellent treatment for physical rehabilitation.

Therapists Who Provide Neuromuscular Integration and Structural Alignment (N.I.S.A.)

Lymph Drainage

Anti-inflammation. Gentle. Immune-boosting.

The lymph system is responsible for maintaining an efficient immune function, fluid metabolism, and proper detoxification. The therapist applies light pressure toward the lymph nodes to release fluid buildup. Applied for trauma and edema this modality can also address a variety of complaints including general congestion such as sluggishness, fatigue, muscle soreness and can assist with efficient toxin removal. Specify at the time of booking if you would like this for a trauma / edema (specific/localized) or general decongestion (full body sweep).

Therapists Who Provide Lymph Drainage

Shiatsu Therapy

Healing. Revitalizing.

Shiatsu uses the same meridian system as acupuncture but with the use of physical pressure from the hands, thumbs, and elbows, instead of needles. Shiatsu is sometimes referred to as Acupressure and is a deeply personalized therapy based on the client’s needs and comfort level. Therapist, Sue Sheedy, can combine shiatsu with an acupuncture treatment on request.

Therapists Who Provide Shiatsu Therapy

Thai Massage

Rejuvenating. Revitalizing.

Thai massage is a form of massage therapy where the therapist incorporates assisted movement and stretches to activate energy, increase circulation, and achieve overall balance. Thai massage releases muscle tension and aligns the body. Also known as Lazy Yoga, Thai massage is an incredibly effective treatment for asthma, migraines, increasing flexibility, and addressing insomnia.

Therapists Who Provide Thai Massage

Acupuncture

Healing. Immune-boosting. Energizing.

An acupuncture treatment involves the insertion of fine needles into specific points on the body. These points are located on channels that carry qi (pronounced chee), the body’s energy. The needles release blocked qi, address deficiencies, and restore balance. Acupuncture is used to treat a variety of (dis)eases including digestive issues, sleep disorders, stress, addiction, and infertility.

Therapists Who Provide Acupuncture

Cosmetic Acupuncture

Anti-aging. Skin complaints.

Cosmetic acupuncture is an innovative and effective technique for reducing fine lines and wrinkles, puffy eyes, acne, rosacea, cellulite, and more. It is a whole body treatment that boosts the energy of the internal organs, supports revitalization, and slows the aging process. Cosmetic acupuncture is also a common treatment for increasing muscle tone and tightening sagging skin.

Therapists Who Provide Cosmetic Acupuncture

Craniosacral Therapy

Addresses Pain/Trauma. Healing.

This bodywork modality is very subtle and effective. Gentle, engaging touches around the head, face, spine, and pelvis gently align the body. This is a calming treatment that releases tensions and emotions as well as addresses many physical complaints such as trauma from accidents, pain, chronic fatigue, and nervous system disorders.

Therapists Who Provide Craniosacral Therapy

Aromatherapy

Relaxing. Overall Wellness.

Aromatherapy, or essential oil therapy, uses natural plant and flower extracts to balance the body and promote wellness. By inhaling or absorbing the essential oils, the healing compounds within the plant essences enter the bloodstream through the lungs, nasal cavities, and skin. This therapy can be used alone or in combination with other bodywork treatments.

Therapists Who Provide Aromatherapy

Reflexology

Addresses digestive issues. Stress Relief.

Reflexology is a pressure-based massage treatment that works directly on the feet (and occasionally the hands). Specific points in the hands and feet correspond with organs and different systems within the body. Reflexology sessions relieve stress, promote relaxation and detoxification, and ease various forms of discomfort including digestive issues, insomnia, and soreness.

Therapists Who Provide Reflexology