Common questions asked

 

1. What is your niche"?

As a Canadian Licensed Massage Therapist, i specialize in Trigger point therapy, Neck, back shoulder pain conditions, Stress /occupational conditions, Pregnancy Massage,  Chronic back pain, Sciatica, Fibromyalgia, Sports massage for runners, cyclists, triathletes

 Massage Therapy Training in Canada is a Regulated Health Profession.

 

2. What do i wear during the session?

You may undress to your comfort level while leaving your underwear on. I will leave the room while you undress. During the massage you will be covered with a sheet at all times except for the area that I will be working on.

 

3. What kind of benefits can I receive from your services.?

To name a few

Increased circulation, Improved digestion, Reduced fatigue and increased energy, Increased range of motion and ease of movement in joints, Deep relaxation of body and reduced tension associated with headaches, backaches, and other body aches from stress, occupation or sports. Reduced swelling & back pain/sciatica from regular pregnancy massage session

 

4.Is your specialty beneficial while also seeing a chiropractor or physiotherapist?

Yes! Massage therapy complements other forms of therapy. I work with soft tissue which helps to reduce muscular pain and to breakdown muscular tension and stiffness. This is beneficial while seeing a physiotherapist for remedial exercises or can help before seeing a chiropractor for an adjustment.

 

 

5

Is  Pregnancy Massage safe?

Yes! I specialize in pregnancy massage in a comfortable sidelined position to target a wide variety of areas.

A massage is performed only after her first trimester.

Regular massage is helpful for deep relaxation & to reduce common pregnancy complaints.

 

6.

How often should i get a massage?

After the session a treatment plan will be discussed according to your needs. Each treatment brings benefits. Regular massage brings greater long-term benefits.

 

8. Are the treatments covered under the Dutch Insurance?

Although being a registered massage therapist from Canada, unfortunately the Dutch insurance system will not recognize foreign massage therapist professionals as an option to qualify.