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  • Dancing Hands Massage and Healing
    At Dancing Hands Massage and Healing, therapist Melissa Brown has found a way to combine two of her great passions: bodywork and world cultures. These passions have a way of informing and enriching one another, as was the case when Melissa's expertise in bodywork allowed her to travel to Africa to practice therapeutic massage. Today, Melissa can most often be found at her own relaxing studio in Victoria. Regardless of where she is physically, she can always be counted on to think outside the box. Aside from traditional modalities such as deep-tissue and Swedish massage, Melissa practices a technique of structural integration known as Hellerwork. Invented by Joseph Heller, this dynamic technique incorporates penetrating bodywork with movement education and dialogue designed to help clients better connect with their bodies.
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    1005 Cook Street
    Victoria, BC CA
  • Ocian Flo
    Ocian of Ocian Flo doesn't view herself as a massage therapist or energy healer, but rather an artist. One of her chosen mediums? Sound. Rather than making music, however, she has taken a more unique approach, furnishing her practice with a sound-healing table. It plays tones at ultralow frequencies, and the vibrations therapeutically resonate through clients' bodies. To complement those treatments, Ocian also offers chakra-based energy healing and traditional massage, designed?like the sound-healing table?to facilitate harmony throughout the body.
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    535 Sumas St
    Victoria, BC CA
  • Body Lines day Spa & Hair Salon
    On her website, massage therapist Guylaine Bessette says she keeps her eyes open for one sign she's doing a good job: when a client closes theirs. "My greatest compliment is when a client falls asleep while receiving their massage and when I get feedback that they are pain free for the first time in years," she writes. At Body Lines Day Spa, she grounds her practice in myomassology, a school of massage therapy that incorporates many different modalities along with energy work?think reflexology, Reiki, and cupping.
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    790 Hockley Avenue
    Victoria, BC CA
  • Minerva Massage
    Trained in Ayurvedic, Swedish, deep-tissue, and shiatsu massage, Minerva Massage’s muscle manipulator mixes styles to achieve optimal results, customizing each session to the client. Through these methods, she hopes to awaken clients to their own bodies while bringing tranquility to their minds, thus opening the channels to healing energies. She also offers hot-stone massages, and, as a certified aromatherapist, works with essential oils during massages as well as facials.
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    733 Johnson St.
    Victoria, BC CA
  • Dewachen Healing Centre
    Signature Service: Shiatsu and hot-stone massage Brands Used: DoTerra Certified Pure Therapeutic Grade Oils Reservations/Appointments: Required Established: 2012 Staff Size: 1 person Parking: Free one-hour street parking on Fisgard, and two-hour parking on Balmoral. Handicap Accessible: Yes Pro Tip: For Shiatsu massage, wear loose clothing. Q&A with A. Gabriela Garcia-yanez, Owner What's the most common beauty mistake you see people make? What would you recommend they do instead? Wearing too much make up. They should take it off. What is the best reaction you?ve ever gotten from a client? I have been called a guardian angel.
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    920 Johnson St., Office 8a
    Victoria, BC CA
  • Hotel Grand Pacific
    Settled steps away from historic government buildings, unique shopping areas, and access to outdoor adventures, Hotel Grand Pacific places visitors at the center of all Victoria has to offer. Walkers wander past rows of charming boutiques, historic façades, and quaint bookstores on Government and Wharf Streets, or step into an erstwhile neighborhood of saloons and sailors in LoJo, now the home of indie shops, restaurants, and boutiques centralized around Lower Johnson Street. Historic Victorian buildings speckle the city, including a number of museums and Parliament buildings, which are open to the public year-round. The Royal BC Museum transports visitors to British Columbia's earliest days with a host of interactive exhibits, authentic artifacts, and re-created settings that depict both natural and human history.Victoria's temperate climate enables year-round outdoor activities on and off the waterfront. Golfers can swing away on the greens of more than 15 primary courses in the area, and hikers and bikers can pick up the Galloping Goose Regional Trail in the heart of downtown and follow the path nearly 37 miles (60 km) past unfettered beaches, forests, and talking chipmunks. Animal enthusiasts will enjoy an orca whale-watching expedition, as both Victoria and nearby Vancouver Island have ferries that take passengers on regular excursions.
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    463 Belleville Street
    Victoria, BC CA
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