Massotherapy in Saint-Laurent
Whether it is for a Swedish or Californian (relaxing) massage, therapeutic (sports) or for pregnant woman, our massage therapists are all graduates and members of a recognized professional association. Receipts for your insurance are available from your therapist.
Relaxation! It is a pleasure, a reward that you offer yourself, a moment of well being and appeasement. Swedish massage is ideal if you want to get rid of stress, anxiety, tension, nervousness and fatigue. It is, first of all, a message that tones and relaxes the muscles. It also promotes blood and lymphatic circulation and the elimination of toxins. The therapist will adapt the rhythm and depth of the maneuvers according to the needs of the person being massaged. Swedish massage relaxes both the body and the mind. Particularly soothing, it is appreciated for its ability to reduce the effects of stress on the body. Moreover, a firmer and vigorous massage is ideal for relaxing muscular tension. Similarly, this technique relieves pain caused by poor posture, repetitive movements or sports injury. It provides relaxation, tone and suppleness to the body. (Excerpt from the official website Mon Réseau Plus).
Therapeutic (deep tissue)
If you need a cure or relief for joint pain or muscle tension, therapeutic massage is appropriate. This is not a luxury but more often a necessity. Ideal for healing and shortening recovery time, especially after exercise, physical work or intense sport. It will be normal to feel aches in the two days following the massage, before enjoying all of its benefits. Recommended for chronic conditions such as a migraine, hyperactivity and hypertension.
Prenatal (for pregnant women)
Pregnancy is a moment in life where the body changes and physical discomfort and discomfort may occur. The relaxing massage has multiple beneficial effects on the pregnant woman:
- Global relaxation
- Promotes sleep and recovery
- Removes tiredness in the first and third trimesters of pregnancy.
- Relief of muscle pain
- Energy Boost
- Relaxation of stress and anxiety.
If you are having a normal pregnancy, you can have a message at any time during the first trimester.
If you have a history of miscarriage, high-risk pregnancy, diabetes, high blood pressure, pre-eclampsia, etc., it is important in these situations to seek the advice of the doctor or midwife who is following you.
To allow you to reclaim your body. The coming of a child brings many changes in your life.
Here are some benefits of a massage after childbirth:
• Recover faster from childbirth
• Alleviate the baby blues and the risks of postpartum depression
• Relieves accumulated tension in recent months
• Relax stress and anxiety, especially if you are missing sleep
The hot stone massage is based on several classic massage techniques such as Swedish, Californian and shiatsu. The heated stones are placed on specific points of the body or slipped on the skin with the hands. The heat emanating from the stones provides a unique and comforting sensory experience.
- Relieves muscle pain
- Releases tensions
- Improves blood and lymphatic circulation
- Decreases the effects of stress on the body
Caution. Hot stone massage is not recommended for people with eczema, skin infections, varicose veins, diabetes, cardiovascular problems or immune system deficiency. Pregnant or breastfeeding women are advised to seek medical advice before using this technique.
Reflexology is the application of pressure techniques to the hands and feet to affect other parts of the body via the central nervous system, helping them to function as well as they can. These techniques stimulate pressure sensors, triggering relaxation response throughout the body. Reflexology encourages good health, promoting relaxation, easing pain, preventing disease, and improving quality of life.
Our massage therapists are all members of a professional association. Therefore, they can issue receipts for your private insurance.
Our massage therapists
Julie Scheuer, Kinesiologist, Personal trainer and Massage Therapist
Graduate of UQAM in kinesiology and certified in Swedish massage and deep tissue, Julie is passionate about physical activity and well-being. Her skills as a kinesiologist allow her to better understand the problems and needs of her clients and better advise them for faster recovery. In her early years, she was part of the All-star Flyers Association, a Montreal Cheerleading team that continues to win titles nationally and internationally. She won the world championship in her category in 2013 and won several other world podiums over the years. She is a member of the Association of Massage Therapists of Quebec.
Myrbelle Vincent, RMT
Graduate of the Academy of Scientific Massage in physiotherapy and passionate about her job, Myrbelle began her career in 2004 at a Chiropractic Center in Montreal, where she worked for several years. These years have allowed her to see the lasting benefits of this therapy by integrating massage therapy directly with the treatments of another health professional. This combination allowed her to develop a passion and interest in musculoskeletal problems. From then on, she specializes in myoskeletal technique and structural myofascial therapy. Early in her practice, she stands out from her peers with her muscular strength, her deep massages, her personalized treatments and her desire to excel and achieve lasting results. She deepens her knowledge on a continuous basis and is perfecting prenatal and postnatal care, Chinese and Thai techniques, to name a few.Myrbelle is a member of the Mon Réseau Plus Professional Association.
Nurit Amzallag, RMT
Nurit Amzallag (Elkaim) is a graduate of College Marie-Victorin and Société Nouvelle de Massothérapie du Québec, a Registered Massage Therapist and a Certified Personal Trainer. Over the last 10 years, Nurit has developped several massage techniques. She is specialized in Swedish, deep tissue, trigger point, therapeutic, hot stone, prenatal, Thai Yoga and chair massages. Nurit works to customize each client’s treatment on a case-by-case basis to relieve muscular tension, improve postural balance, and make ergonomic improvements.