Therapeutic massage keeps your body moving

Your body takes a lot of hits.

It's time you give something back with a professional massage.

Massage Therapy helps with

  • Chronic muscle pain in back, neck, shoulders and other areas of body
  • Help increase circulation throughout the body
  • Headache relief
  • Effective with digestion problems
  • Anxiety, depression and stress 
  • Arthritics pain
  • Promote body awareness
  • Increase range of motion in the joints
  • Eliminate toxins in the body.



Swedish Massage

A relaxing and invigorating full body massage that combines various modalities such as deep tissue and neuromuscular techniques. 

It enhances the nerves, muscles, glands, circulation as well as stimulates the skin. 
It reduces stress, both emotional and physical.

Deep Tissue Massage

A full body massage that targets the chronic patterns of the tension in the body at the deeper tissue structures of the muscle and fascia.

Deep tissue massage uses many of the same movements and techniques as Swedish Massage. 
However, the pressure generally will be deeper. 
It is also a more focused type of massage, and works to release chronic muscle tension.

Sport Massage

A highly effective treatment that help prepares the body for optimal performance, recover after a event, or function well during physical activity. 

Sports massage emphasizes prevention and healing of injuries to the muscles and tendons. 
It is also good for people with injuries, chronic pain or restricted range of motion. 
The massage will generally concentrates on a specific problem area of concern.

Bamboo Massage

A luxurious and innovative way to provide Swedish or deep tissue massage using heated bamboo to roll and knead the tissue to create an extreme sensation of relaxation 
and well-being. 

Bamboo massage is also used as a powerful preventive therapy against modern-day stress and to aid relief from many physical and emotional problems.

To book an appointment with Personal Best Physiotherapy, call

416 322 6070

email personalbesphysio@gmail.com