This is the perfect massage to relieve any type of pain you might be experiencing. Through years of experience, we dig in to find the root of your pain and create personalized
treatments to help you heal.
When it comes to sports, massage therapy might be a great addition to your fitness routine! Our registered massage therapists have provided services to national-level athletes, that’s how good they are! You will be in great hands with us!
Select the massage that is right for you. We will suggest the best massage that targets your discomfort and pain. You can even add on to the massage to target your specific pain! Try our stretching add-on
As someone who has experienced multiple physical injuries, Andrew understands how helpless or limited others feel due to reckless pain from injuries or sickness. This led Andrew to become a registered massage therapist movement professional and a health coach that specializes in
movement and deep restorative rest and relaxation. Now, for over 20 years, his mission is for patients to leave massage therapy sessions feeling cared for, comforted, and empowered.
Andrew graduated from Sutherland-Chan Sutherland-Chan School of Massage Therapy in Toronto, Ontario.
As an experienced dancer, Quy met talented people who usually suffered injuries from dance and he empathized with their pain & setbacks. From there on, Quy pursued massage therapy to heal and help such individuals push further towards their dance passion successfully. Through his service, Quy really wants patients to feel inspired, encouraged & empowered through health & wellness.
Quy graduated from the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy and received his license from the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario.
As a dancer, Amy enjoyed the positive experiences she received from manual therapy for general muscle restrictions and injuries. Through her experiences, Amy became an advocate for self-care and decided to practice massage therapy for others’ wellbeing. She wishes to help patients move toward optimal health through her service at Aches Away Toronto.
Amy received her license at Kikkawa College in Toronto, Ontario.
As someone passionate about natural medicine, Faz found massage therapy as the right profession to pursue. For Faz, natural medicine has transformed and changed his life. He has learned how to become healthier and more resilient and made it his mission to share such life-changing knowledge and practice with others.
Faz graduated from Sutherland-Chan Sutherland-Chan School of Massage Therapy in Toronto, Ontario
Once a national competitive gymnast for Canada and a Level 1 gymnastics coach, Anna has a special interest in treating clients who engage in physically demanding pursuits. Her passion for healing and understanding body mechanics has led her to Thailand to study Eastern traditions.
In her treatments, Anna has melded traditional Eastern philosophy with the Western allopathic model of healthcare. Her holistic approach focuses on balance, by calming the mind and healing the body. Always interested in physically challenging and healing work, Anna trained as an advanced yoga instructor by meeting rigorous 300 hour standards for the practice. Her yoga training includes experiences during 2006 including Chakra yoga in Thailand and Thai Massage in Wat Po, Thailand. Along with her coaching background as a Level 1 gymnastics coach, she maintains a CPR Red Cross certification as well as certifications in Level 1 Craniosacral techniques, Reiki Level 2 techniques, and became a Sutherland Chan Graduate in 2013 as a registered massage therapist (RMT).
She has had placements in many settings including Toronto General Hospital (24 clinical hours), Bellwoods Park House: Central Nervous System Patients (24 clinical hours). She also has a background in breast massage (24 clinical hours) when she worked with post surgical clients who presented with well adhered scars and pain from lumpectomy and breast reduction surgery.
There is no one-size-fits all answer to this question, as the best massage for back pain will vary depending on your individual needs and preferences. However, some of the most popular types of massage that are often used to treat back pain include Swedish massages, deep tissue massages, Thai massages, reflexology treatments, and shiatsu treatments.
It’s important to choose a therapist who specializes in treating back pain because these techniques take into account the specific areas of tension associated with this condition.
No, massage is not covered by OHIP. Many extended Health Care Insurance Plans include Massage Therapy.
Massage therapists are trained to provide a safe and therapeutic massage session. They use light pressure and aim to work primarily on the muscles, tendons, ligaments, and joints in the body. However, if you have any concerns about your back or neck, it is always best to discuss this with your therapist before treatment begins. If there is discomfort or pain during the massage session, please let them know so that they can adjust their techniques accordingly.
Low back pain is a very widespread ailment. It is attributed to muscle strain, disc problems, osteoporosis, arthritis, and other conditions. Massage therapy can be helpful in the treatment of low back pain. Massage therapists use a number of tools, including their hands, elbows, and forearms to apply pressure to the muscles. Massage therapy can stimulate blood flow, which increases the delivery of nutrients, such as oxygen, to the muscles. Massage therapy can also help reduce muscle spasms, which contribute to low back pain. Massage therapy has proven to be an effective treatment for low back pain.
Massage therapy has been shown to be an excellent way to ease back pain. It is common for back pain to begin after an acute injury, such as a car accident, a fall, or strain. Some back pain symptoms include back stiffness, sharp pain, and muscle spasms. Massage therapy can help alleviate these symptoms. There are many treatment methods, including acupuncture and chiropractic treatment, that can also help alleviate back pain.
We don’t want you to miss out on our massage therapy in Toronto
Yes, massages are good therapy. Some doctors say massage can help some people with back pain.
Chiropractic care can help with back pain. However, it won’t get rid of back pain. To get rid of back pain, you need therapy. Massage therapy is a good option. See a massage therapist.
Depression causes back pain because depression causes inactivity. Inactivity leads to a lack of exercise, which in turn leads to more back pain because (as we all know) sitting for any length of time is really bad for you.
Aches Away Toronto Massage Therapy is conveniently located on Downtown Yonge Street in the College Park Neighbourhood. near College Subway Station.
South of us is the Eaton Centre, Ryerson University and the Financial District.
To our West, you can find Queens Park, University Health Network and the University of Toronto.
East side neighbours include Maple Leaf Gardens and Church St. Village.
On the North Side, we have the Yonge & Bloor Neighbourhood, Yorkville and the Annex.
We serve Patients in the downtown core and surrounding neighbourhoods but we also see patients from all over the Greater Toronto Area including Mississauga, East York, Brampton and Markham.
We understand body pain and stress can take the enjoyment out of life. At Aches Away Toronto Massage Therapy we are committed to relieving body pain and stress with 360 comfort and care. Our patients gain control of their health and enjoy life with happiness.
We understand body pain and stress can take the enjoyment out of life. At Aches Away Toronto we are committed to relieving body pain and stress with 360 comfort and care. Our patients gain control of their health and enjoy life with happiness.