Our new location is:

2 College St. Suite 211

(At College and Yonge – Starbucks building)



Join us for a night of celebrating our move to a new location.

WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 9th, 2013 from 5 to 8pm

There will be healthy snacks (and some unhealthy), music and a chance to try out some of our newest massage gadgets.

There will be several prizes including a grand prize of an ‘All the Frills’ Couples Massage package.

And best of all, your favourite Massage Therapists Faz, Mamiko and their sharp elbows will be there showing off their favourite pain relieving (pain inducing šŸ™‚ ) techniques.


Just got my massage


Please note:

*Elevator service only available from 9-5pm Monday to Friday.

*Front door is locked after 6pm. Please buzz in.

*All treatments will be performed at 2 College St. Suite 211 after October 3rd, 2013

* Sorry about the date change – I know some of you had already penciled in the previous date.

Aches Away celebrates 1000th treatment, 3 years of Massage Therapy service in Downtown Toronto

September 4th, 2013

Aches Away Toronto celebrates 3 years of providing Massage Therapy services in Downtown Toronto.

Well received Massage Therapy clinic provides over 1000 massage treatments in the last 3 years.

Toronto, Ontario. (September 4, 2013) – Aches Away Toronto – a leading provider of professional, convenient and affordable massage and spa services in downtown Toronto — announced today it has provided its 1000th Massage Therapy treatment over the last 3 years.
“Providing our 1000th treatment marks a significant milestone for the clinic” said Faz Moosa, Owner and principal Massage Therapist of Aches Away Toronto. “Our growth continues to be exponential Ā and it speaks to the clinic’s reputation for consistently delivering superior Massage Therapy treatment and the clarity of our mission of a healthy Toronto”

About Aches Away Toronto
Aches Away Toronto, based in Toronto, Ontario, is a Registered Massage Therapy clinic. The clinic is dedicated to providing professional therapeutic massage that are affordable and effective. For more information, visit AchesAwayToronto.ca

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Faz Moosa RMT
Aches Away Toronto
(416) 567-1679

Best Easy Gift ideas Toronto

Last minute gift ideas for your loved ones!

Massages Therapy is a great gift at any time but if you are short on time for that Birthday gift or special occasion why not purchase an instant printable Gift Certificate for an Aches Away Toronto Massage.

Everyone loves a Massage. It’s a fairly safe bet that it will be well received and unlike most gifts it will actually get used!

Who doesn’t have a few knots and kinks to get worked out…



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