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$35 for a 60-Minute Shiatsu Session at Shiatsu by Tavia & Ian ($70 Value)

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Finger pressure applied during shiatsu, a traditional Japanese therapeutic massage, helps calm nervous system & increase energy

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Massages soothe muscles sore from naps in uncomfortable chairs and long nights of aggressive rapid eye movement. Recover from relaxing with this Groupon.

$35 for a 60-Minute Shiatsu Session ($70 Value)

During the session, a practitioner applies pressure to specific bodily areas to help calm nervous system and increase energy. Read more about shiatsu here.

Shiatsu by Tavia & Ian

When husband-and-wife team Ian and Tavia graduated from the Living Earth School of Natural Therapies, they decided to focus on shiatsu massage for one simple reason: they'd experienced its effectiveness firsthand. Since the therapy had helped them in many ways—from decreasing pain to providing a calmer and more positive outlook on life—the duo set out to share those benefits with others.

During shiatsu sessions, Tavia and Ian apply gentle, focused pressure using hands, elbows, and knees. By targeting specific anatomical points, the technique helps release stress, dissolving the tension, aches, and imbalances that come from hours of deskwork, long commutes, and weekend hang-gliding classes. Ian further fosters wellness during Hatha yoga classes, during which he guides students through ancient poses designed to strengthen and support the body.


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  • “Very traditional approach”

  • “They're very clear on their website as to their approach, and that you should be there a little early. ”

  • “Park in the spots contiguous to the building if one is open. Otherwise park in the Loblaws and walk over if you can't find a spot on the street. The studio is in a...”

    “Park in the spots contiguous to the building if one is open. Otherwise park in the Loblaws and walk over if you can't find a spot on the street. The studio is in a work live type environment, very relaxing. I will definitely go back!”

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    Toronto

    277 Humbercrest Blvd

    Toronto, Ontario M6S 4L5

    416-516-1563

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