Thai Massage in Mississauga


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  • Happy Foot Spa
    The ancient arts of healing take root at Happy Foot Spa, where a team of therapists employs Asian bodywork techniques in pursuit of holistic improvements. Chinese tui na treatments and Japanese shiatsu treatments employ massage techniques that focus on acupressure points to balance and propel energy throughout the body. Lymphatic-drainage techniques target built-up fluids and toxins in the body with the hopes of improving metabolism and immune systems. Happy Foot Spa?s mix of classic spa treatments can also help slim bodies, remove hair, and beautify faces, using a package-free, vegan skincare line completely void of chemical sunscreens and preservatives, oxygen, perfumes and fragrances, and mineral oils.
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    4557 Hurontario St.
    Mississauga, ON CA
  • Rapha Rehab
    Most Popular Service: Hot stone [and] deep-tissue massage, reflexology Reservations/Appointments: Required Established: 2011 Staff Size: 2?10 people Parking: Parking lot Handicap Accessible: Yes Rapha Rehab's therapists combine the disciplines of physiotherapy, chiropractic, acupuncture, and massage into cohesive treatments for clients. After providing clients with a cup of hot coffee or tea, the staff leads them to private treatments rooms. Here, therapists work to relieve tension and pain through massages, which may use natural and ayurvedic oils to reduce friction between the therapists gliding fingers and the client's skin. The wellness experts also help rehab injuries and treat conditions such as chronic bronchitis, IBS, and multiple sclerosis. The staffers may have clients take advantage of Rapha Rehab's air-therapy rooms and its recreation area, which boasts a variety of weights and cardiovascular equipment. Plus, they can outfit clients with orthotic shoes, inserts, and even prosthetics.
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    60 Dundas Street East
    Mississauga, ON CA
  • You Potentiality
    Kate Unger, You Potentiality's owner and registered Shiatsu therapist, believes that the body must be treated as whole to become healthy, happy, and pain-free. With that philosophy guiding her work, Kate focuses first on emotional and inner health and beauty before working to improve the health of the outer body. She offers acupressure facials, health and lifestyle coaching, hot stone shiatsu and relaxation massages, along with alternative therapies such as ear candling and ionic detox foot baths. At her soothing wellness center, Kate also hews to the dictates of pleasant hue-human interaction by professionally applying makeup.
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    200-3034 Palstan RD
    Mississauga, ON CA
  • Mobility Plus Chiropractic
    Dr. Justin Guy believes in his own rehabilitative power for one simple reason: he's gone through the same treatments himself. After a gruesome injury on the soccer pitch and subsequent failed surgery left him with severe knee damage, Dr. Guy turned to treatments within his own field of study to reduce his pain and reorder his joint. Through this blend of chiropractic adjustments, acupuncture, and custom orthotic care, Dr. Guy made a full recovery. Now, from the comfort of his Oakville office, he provides patients with the same care and kindness that helped him recapture his own mobility.
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    589 Argus Rd.
    Oakville, ON CA
  • Divine Touch Holistic Health Clinic
    Established: 2011 Reservations/Appointments: Required Handicap Accessible: No Staff Size: 2?10 people Parking: Parking lot Most popular service: Ayurvedic Reflexology Brands Used: Banyan Botanicals and New Direction organic essential oils Pro Tip: Dress comfortably, as things can get very oily. Q&A with the Ayurvedic Massage Therapist Do you offer your customers any extra perks? Complimentary fresh reverse-osmosis water with lemon, tea, and treats afterward. After hair treatments, [we give you] your customized hair oil for at-home treatments in between spa treatments. What?s your favorite part about your job? It's very meditative, as we use music and silence to put the client totally at ease. We move to the rhythm of the music, moving the blocked energy out of the bodies of our clients. The interior of a business can affect how its customers feel. What kind of decor do you use to help make your clients feel pampered and at ease? The rooms are listed on the website, but we offer comfortable couches in our waiting room, candles, a fireplace, heated towels to warm cold feet, and cold towels to cool hot heads.
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    1637 Victoria Park Ave Suite 204
    Toronto, ON CA
  • Aim2walk
    Established: 2010 Reservations/Appointments: Required Handicap Accessible: Yes Staff Size: 2?10 people Parking: Parking lot Pro Tip: Enter our parking lot directly from Belfield Road and enter Unit 102. Matt Sanchez, one of two clinic directors at Aim2walk, brings a degree in physiotherapy and years of experience to his patients. His partner, Jesse Lown, on the other hand, specializes in alternative medicines such as acupuncture and tui na massage, both of which he studied and practiced in China. They decided to combine their skills to help patients manage pain and overcome neurological issues with a blend of Eastern and Western medical know-how. Patients come to them with all sorts of issues, from brain and spinal cord injuries to cerebral palsy and Parkinson's; the staff approach all conditions with the simple mantra that progress is always possible. In fact, Matt says that his favourite type of patient to treat is "any client that came to us in pain and leaves without pain and with a huge smile ? This happens a lot."
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    170 Brockport Road, Unit 102
    Toronto, ON CA
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