30 min $65.00 after Jan 1, 2023 $68.00
45 min $88.00 after Jan 1, 2023 $88.00
60 min $105.00 after Jan 1, 2023 $110.00
75 min $125.00 after Jan 1, 2023 $130.00
90 min $145.00 after Jan 1, 2022 $150.00
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***NOTE: Andrew Chapman, and Karyn Hughes have some differences – all prices are within $5 on those posted
****NOTE: All treatment times include an interview, assessment and remedial exercise as needed. These all happen within the time booked.
Cancellation Policy: Your appointment time is reserved for you. Please notify us at least 24 hours in advance of any changes or cancellations, otherwise we may bill you the full price of the missed appointment. If you are sick, we would rather you stay home and recuperate – we will be happy to help you reschedule. Thank you for respecting our time. Insurance receipts are given to each client.
Therapeutic Massage Therapy
CranioSacral Therapy (CST)
CranioSacral Therapy (CST) for Infants
SomatoEmotional Release (SER)
- Breast congestion
- Sore or painful breasts
- Large breasted women suffering neck and back pain
- Women recovering from lumpectomies or mastectomies who may experience lymphedema
- Scar tissue adhesions
- Loss of range of motion around the shoulder girdle
Myofascial Release Techniques
Manual Lymph Drainage (MLD)
Tibetan Acupressure System (TAS)
Offered exclusively at the Merivale location with Andrew
Trigger Point Therapy
Rhythmic Movement Training (RMTi)
RMTi has had success in many cases with development and movement issues like:
- Cerebral palsy
- Brain injury
- Multiple sclerosis
- Neural development delay
- Sensory processing disorder
- Eating disorders
- As well as many more conditions that affect movement and development.
RMTi is done on the floor to mimic the movements babies naturally and automatically make. People who find it hard to have the rhythm actively, or who have jerky and uncoordinated movements with asymmetry of their body, can indicate dysfunction of the cerebellum and active primitive reflexes that are unintegrated.
Practice and passive movements (someone helping with the movements) can help the person feel and work on getting the rhythm and coordination to do the movements actively. The movements daily are less than 5-10 minutes to start out and work up slowly to 10-15 minutes daily or every second day. Short periods of time is all that is needed to benefit; too much will overstimulate the brain. The rhythmic movements are needed for the brain to link up its parts and act as one unit.
In infancy we need to be touched, hugged, rocked and allowed to move around freely. This signals the brainstem for tactile, vestibular, and proprioceptive senses. Without this there will be developmental delays. For example, babies born prematurely or the use of baby props that prevent infants from moving freely can limit the stimulation to the brain and affect development and primitive reflexes to be integrated.
Also any kind of injury or trauma, like whiplash or concussion, can cause these primitive reflexes, which are for survival, to need integration again.
RMTi has been used in Sweden for over 25 years. The movements improve posture, breathing, endurance, and will gradually normalize muscle tone and over flexible joints. There are only 11 professionals in Ottawa trained in this form of brain remediation so far that we know of; 2 of which are Registered Massage Therapists that work at Kneaded Touch.
To make an appointment for assessment and treatment, contact our office and schedule with Toni Lanouette or Stephanie Bergeron.
Only at Westboro
Rhythmic Movement Training
Only at Merivale
Only at Barrhaven
Rhythmic Movement Training
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