The name Kingâ€™s Town Massage Therapy was developed by my husband who also played a big role in my decision to start a business in Kingston. While living in Toronto, we made frequent visits to Kingston as a way to relax and relieve stress. As a professional who helps others relax, it only made perfect sense for me to build a career and business where I feel at my maximum level of relaxation. Kingâ€™s Town Massage Therapyâ€™s beautiful location will encourage you to feel an instant sense of calming relaxation once you start your 2 kilometre drive down Hughes Road. You will be far removed from the city traffic so that you can take some time for yourself and focus on whatâ€™s most important to you: your health and pain-free lifestyle.
Providing my treatments and services through Kingâ€™s Town Massage Therapy home based practice allows me to have the flexibility to work and raise my family. I understand how important it is to have flexibility in your schedule and allow yourself time to relax. My clients can be assured that I will do my best to work within their schedules so that they can benefit from my services. It is important for them to also know that I will have their best interests in mind when they are given my treatment. My massage techniques are centralized to one area of the body while surveying the broad concept of massage therapy. Previous clients have noted that my techniques are positively different from other massage therapists because of my combined practice of deep tissue with relaxation. Kingâ€™s Town Massage Therapyâ€™s referral based clientele speaks volumes of the success and satisfaction that my clients have with my services. Come experience for yourself what everybody else has been feeling through greater relaxation and decreased tension.
As the owner and founder of Kingâ€™s Town Massage Therapy (KTMT), I have been practicing Massage Therapy since June 2008. I am in good standing with the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario (CMTO) and I am a member of the Registered Massage Therapist Association of Ontario (RMTAO). I have earned additional training in specialized Massage Therapy techniques including Hot Stone, Ultrasound, and TENS. I am also a Massage Therapy instructor at a local college. I have built my practice by using a variety of techniques that are specific to my clientsâ€™ needs through deep therapeutic treatments.
The saying â€ślove what you do and youâ€™ll never have to work a day in your lifeâ€ť rings true to my practice. After many great years of working in a multidisciplinary team-based clinic, I made the transition in 2013 to start my own home-based massage therapy clinic. Within my home-based massage therapy clinic, I am rated #1 RMT in the household. As your Registered Massage Therapist (RMT), I hope youâ€™ll also agree! It is my goal to build a rapport with my clients so that I can learn more about their lifestyle choices and how those choices are connected to the root of their pain. In addition, building this bond fosters my clientsâ€™ trust with my techniques and approaches. I want to know what works best for them and what doesnâ€™t so that they receive the most benefits from my services. I love to help people meaningfully get back to their activities of daily living and learn about their own sources of pain. It is an empowering feeling for myself and my clients. Most of all, I love to help them realize that pain is not normal at any age! When you feel pain in your body, itâ€™s not because youâ€™ve reached a certain age. Pain is the bodyâ€™s way of telling you that it needs to be in good hands. I hope you choose my hands to help you along that journey toward improved quality of life!
Crystal graduated from Algonquin College in 2018, and has been registered with the CMTO since early 2019. Over 3000 hours of experience in Massage Therapy, ensures her clients achieve their wellness goals. Passionate about her studies, Crystal continues to improve her massage practice, and range of abilities through continuing courses: Most recently she achieved her Cranio-sacral certification, personal training and nutrition background.
Crystal also takes a keen interest in the impact of stress on our health. Short term or chronic stress affects us in many negative ways: Insomnia, high blood pressure, and tense muscles are just a few of the side effects of stress. Crystal feels that it is important to make time for yourself, and to invest in your overall wellbeing by incorporating massage to help relieve stress-related tension and pain. She looks forward to treating you!
Michelleâ€™s journey has led her to become a Certified Ayurvedic Indian Head Massage Practitioner as well as receiving her Certificate in Aromatherapy through the Fusion School of Natural Health in 2017. After acquiring her Certification in Usui Reiki in 2018 with Reiki Master Cheryl Hiebert, she also became a Ayurvedic Foot Massage and Rejuvenating Face Massage Practitioner through the Canadian Centre for Indian Head Massage. Using Marma point massage, varying pressure and strokes promote calmness, stimulation or treatment for the physical/ mental as well as energetic flow to enhance your well-being. It will increase your mood, clarity of mind, energy and sleep. In doing so, your tension, anxiety and stress are reduced. Repairing your imbalances activates your inner healing. Michelle believes living life to the fullest by balancing the body, mind and spirit using holism.
Samantha is from the greater Kingston area. She received her Bachelor's of Arts from Trent University, before going back to school and graduating from the Registered Massage Therapy program at Trillium College. She has been a member of the CMTO since January 2013. Samantha has taker her Birth Doula course, and loves helping women have their best births. She has also taken her pelvic health course as well as the first part of the Cranial Sacral course. She is passionate about helping her clients reach their health goals. She loves to travel and go hiking.