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SERVICES

Please note that your appointment time includes your intake, assessment, treatment, home care instructions / treatment planning/ discharge instructions. 
Please note that you are receiving massage therapy from a Registered Massage Therapist which are Regulated Health Care Practitioners Act and governed by the College of Massage Therapist of Ontario. Under NO circumstance will inappropriate behaviour, discussions or solicitation be permitted. Failure to respect this will result in termination of your appointment discharged from my care. Your appointment time will be billed based on the appointment booked. Should there be any concerns by the RMT, the appointment will be stopped and a discussion will occur. Thank you for respecting massage therapy and respecting RMTs! #RespectMassage

PRICES

30 Massage Therapy Appointment 
45  Massage Therapy Appointment  
60 Massage Therapy Appointment 
75  Massage Therapy Appointment 
90 Massage Therapy Appointment 

$ 64
$ 88
$ 113
$ 138
$ 161

*All prices include HST

Fee Increase Effective August 1st 2024 

30 Massage Therapy Appointment 
45  Massage Therapy Appointment  
60 Massage Therapy Appointment 
75  Massage Therapy Appointment 
90 Massage Therapy Appointment 

$ 70
$ 94
$ 119
$ 144
$ 167

*All prices include HST

Please note that I do have a 24hr cancellation policy. Appointments that are cancelled without 24 hours’ notice may be subjected to the cancellation fee. If you do not respect the 24-cancellation policy, a credit card on file will be required for further bookings. The fee structure for last minute cancellations and no shows are as follows:

1st Occurrence = 0% of the appointment cost

2nd Occurrence = 50% of the appointment cost

3rd Occurrence and onward = 100% of the appointment cost 

Arriving late to your appointment will take time out of your scheduled time. Thank you for your understanding.

Looking for the perfect gift?
Gift certificates can now be purchased online in your Jane Account or in the clinic. 

Please note that gift certificates can not be claimed for insurance purposes and are not refundable

What To Expect and FAQs

Whether you this is your first massage or you are well versed with massage therapy. This is what you can expect for your first appointment with me. 

For each initial visit, we start with discussing your health history form (health interview). This can take anywhere from a 5 -15 minutes. I ask about what your goals are and ask further questions to help me understand what may be happening. This more detailed interview process is not done with every visit.

Next, an assessment will be done when I require more information and to develop a clinical hypothesis. This can take up to 10 minutes and varies on the complexity of the injury or impairment. 

Once I have all the information that I need, we will walk through what will be done in the treatment. I will explain how I negotiate the pressure and to ensure you feel comfortable. This is the most important stage as it is done to gain your informed consent for treatment.

I reserve the last 5 minutes of your appointment to allow you time to get off the table, get dressed, and go through home care instructions. 

What should I wear or bring?
I use draping to keep you safe and secure. I always work within your comfort level. Treatment can normally be done with clothing on, over the draping or directly on the skin. Draping will always be used to keep areas that aren't being worked on draped. 


Why do I have to fill out the health history form/ Is it important that I list all required sections?
It is a requirement from my regulatory body to have you complete a health history form. Registered Massage Therapists are Regulated Health Care Practitioners and must adhere to the RHPA. Ensuring that you have taken the time to properly fill out all the required information is most important to ensure
 your health and safety is maintained. Even though you may not think it isn't related to your massage, it is important for me to have the full picture of your health history. This helps ensure that your treatments are effective and safe.

What payment methods do you accept?
I accept Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Debit, eTransfer, and cash.

What is the difference between a Massage Therapist/ Therapy and someone who provides massage?
Massage Therapist/ Therapy is a protected title and can only used by someone who as received a Massage Therapy Diploma (2200 hours of education) and than undergone 2 examinations (Objective Structured Clinical Examination and a multiple choice exam, both require a minimum of 70% to pass) with the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario (Regulatory body for RMT's in Ontario). Once we have passed the required education and passed the examinations, we must apply to become registered. Only once the CMTO has granted a registration number can you have the title RMT. RMT's in Ontario must adhere to the Regulated Health Care Practitioners Act. Being registered allows to keep the public safe and to provide regulation for practitioners. ​The role of an RMT is to treat a variety of musculoskeletal impairments by providing informed consent, assessing, creating a treatment plan, treating, and  providing remedial exercises. We are usually covered with third party insurance companies and can offer direct billing. 

Do you do direct billing?
Yes, I work with many insurers. Please see below for more information or to see a list of the insurance companies that I currently work with. 

For more information on your massage therapy appointment, I would encourage you to read through this great resource from the RMTAO  https://rmtao.com/massage-therapy/services-and-fees?fbclid=IwAR0rWFnaDfIOFXa4i44TFtu3s2C_vVtXtJLHMrPKnzr5eP7w2gy4U3OdiSw

Direct Billing

Please see the list of current insurance companies that are currently accepted. Don't see your provider, feel free to reach out to me to inquire. 

  • Beneva

  • BPA

  • Canada Life

  • Canada Life (PSHCP)

  • Canadian Construction Workers Union

  • CINUP

  • ClaimSecure

  • Cowan Insurance Group 

  • Coughlin

  • D.A. Townley

  • Desjardins Insurance

  • Equitable Life of Canada

  • First Canadian

  • Green Shield 

  • GroupHEALTH

  • Group Source

  • Industrial Alliance

  • Johnson Inc.

  • Johnston Group

  • Manion

  • Manulife Financial

  • Maximum Benefit

  • MDM Insurance Services Inc.

  • MÉDIC Construction

  • People Corporation

  • RWAM

  • Simply Benefits

  • SSQ Insurance

  • TELUS AdjudiCare

  • Union Benefits

  • UV Insurance

  • Sun Life 

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