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Massage Therapy is tailored to meet your needs. Treat yourself to a massage with one of our Registered Massage Therapists. Our flat rates are competitive, and include HST.
UPDATE: Massage therapy is available! Currently, it is the only service at 956 Bloor St W.
For questions or rescheduling, please email us at massage [at] unionyogastudio [dot] ca
24-hours notice by email is required to cancel or reschedule your appointment. The first time an appointment is missed, half the normal fee will be charged. Thereafter, the full fee will apply.
Taxes are included.
10% discount available to seniors over 60, and full-time students.
24-hours notice is required to cancel a massage booking.
We offer several styles of massage including: Swedish, Deep Tissue, and Hot Stone massage.
Specialized services are also available: prenatal massage, infant massage, parent + baby massage.
A therapeutic and relaxing treatment focussed on your soft tissue and joints. Swedish massages are tailored to meet your specific needs. This treatment is ideal if you’re looking to relax or ease tension caused by stress or injury.
DEEP TISSUE MASSAGE
This treatment is well suited for anyone who is a bit harder on their body. By targeting specific areas – including your fascia – this massage helps to loosen knots and ease chronic muscle problems.
HOT STONE MASSAGE
This ancient technique uses heated stones paired with Swedish massage to help you relax, release, and rejuvenate. This treatment is not recommended for clients who are pregnant or have high blood pressure.
Pregnancy massage helps promote healthy circulation, improve sleep, and reduces stress and pain. Client comfort is important, and this treatment often involves alternate positions with added pillows. While massage is a safe form of treatment during your pregnancy, we encourage you to consult your doctor before booking.
Infant massage gently nurtures relaxation. This can soothe your little one into healthier sleep patterns.
PARENT + BABY MASSAGE
Give yourself and your little one a space to relax and find ease. Massage treatment time is split between parent and child, to support your family's wellbeing.
Meet Our RMTs
JAMIE CROSBY, RMT, RN (she / her)
Jamie graduated from Elmcrest College of Applied Health Sciences in 2007. Having a passion for health and wellness, she has additionally taken courses in cupping therapy, hot stone therapy, postnatal and infant massage, and Neurokinetic Therapy. Her areas of interest include women’s health, sleep disorders, and relieving the physical symptoms associated with anxiety/stress/depression.
Jamie approaches each massage as an opportunity to connect with people and their unique body in order to understand their treatment goals, and will customize treatments accordingly. Beyond the session, she empowers clients to be involved in their own healthcare by providing homecare movements (including stretching, strengthening, mobility work) that can be easily incorporated into one’s day.
Treatments typically include a combination of techniques, including traditional Swedish techniques, myofascial release, joint mobilizations, stretching, and trigger point release. Through intuitive touch, Jamie works within each person’s comfort level to ease pain and discomfort, while allowing the body and mind to relax.
Jamie also holds degrees in Psychology and Nursing and works as a Registered Nurse. She loves the added knowledge and challenge that nursing brings to her work in healthcare and treats with a holistic, yet science-based approach. Forever a student, she is returning for her Master’s degree in nursing this fall to become a Nurse Practitioner.
Jamie is passionate about inclusivity and creating a Queer-friendly space. She is dedicated to treating all individuals with a high degree of care and meets people where they are at in their healthcare journey. All bodies are welcome here!
Interests outside of massage include reading, yoga, fitness, nutrition, and being outside in nature whenever possible! Movement is medicine!
KATHRYN MACIVOR, RMT (she / her)
Central to Kathryn’s practice are principles of empathy, humility, honesty and holism. She believes that everyone should feel comfortable, secure, confident and mobile within their bodies to the best of their abilities. Her treatments are aimed at working towards this with her patients to help increase their body awareness in order to help improve their quality of life. This includes considering neurological, biomechanical, physiological, social, and emotional factors.
Kathryn graduated from Sutherland-Chan School and Teaching Clinic. Her techniques seek a broad calming of the nervous system as well as specific targeted work to areas of the body that may need attention. This targeted work addresses each patient’s personal health concerns and goals making Kathryn’s treatments highly individualized.
Kathryn has experience working with a variety of patients including seniors, athletes, people with acute and persistent pain, people experiencing neurological symptoms, pre/post natal, people dealing with cancer, pre/post operation, patients dealing with grief, anxiety, depression, and other mental health concerns.
A tranquil environment combined with her calm demeanour, extensive training in dance/movement and a touch based on intention translates gracefully into her hands and the pace of your treatment. Expect to hear beautiful atmospheric music during your appointment as Kathryn is exploring how sound can help facilitate your treatment.
MARY McGEE, RMT (they / them / ze / zir)
Mary has always had a passion for anatomy & healing. Massage therapy has allowed them to pursue this passion, and provide knowledgeable care to an array of clientele. They are a registered member of the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario (CMTO), and have a degree in Nutritional Science (X University). Mary believes the power of touch has the ability to facilitate both mental & physical healing!
They consider massage therapy to be a perfect combination of holistic and science-based treatment. Mary has been trained in orthopedic assessment, Swedish massage, trigger point therapy, fascial release, stretch therapy, visceral massage, as well as therapeutics for specific ailments (such as sprains/strains, frozen shoulder, and nerve compressions). They have experience working with scar tissue, including (but not limited to) C-sections, post-operative care for gender-confirming surgery, mastectomies, and MVA injuries.
In 2018, Mary completed Trimesters training for pregnancy massage, including a placement at the NICU in Sunnybrook Hospital. They’ve provided pregnancy and labour-support for both pre-natal and post-natal clientele. Mary is certified to teach mat Pilates, and takes pride in administering home care exercises tailored to the client’s specific needs. “Motion is medicine” is a motto they live by!
Mary is a proud nonbinary member of the 2SLGBTQ2+ community. They believe in body positivity for all sizes, and remain dedicated to providing the best care possible. In their free time, you can find Mary doing yoga & Pilates, reading tarot cards, and cooking delicious plant-based meals!