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.
Deep tissue massage is a treatment that uses deep pressure and slow strokes to help relieve pain and tension in the muscles, tendons, and fascia. This type of massage is often used for chronic conditions such as back pain, neck pain, or headaches.
While there is no one-size-fits-all answer to this question, many people believe that deep tissue massages are worth the investment. Deep tissue massage is a type of massage that uses pressure and friction to stimulate deep layers of muscle fibres. This can help relieve pain, tension headaches, neck pain, and other conditions related to tight muscles.
A proper deep tissue massage is a deeply relaxing experience that should leave you feeling rejuvenated and invigorated. This type of massage targets the deeper layers of muscle tissues and is often used to reduce tension, pain, and stress in various areas of the body.
Most definitely! Deep tissue massages are one of the best ways to get rid of knots, as they work on the deeper layers of muscle and connective tissue. This is why deep tissue massages are often used to treat conditions such as chronic pain, cellulite, neck tension, and more.
Swedish massage is a type of massage that uses light, firm pressure and strokes to stimulate the body’s surface nerves. This type of massage is often used for general relaxation or as part of a health regimen pre- or post-workout. Deep tissue massage, on the other hand, involves deeper pressure and longer strokes that are targeted at specific areas of the body. It can be used to treat various conditions such as pain relief from sports injuries or tension headaches.
We realize how physical pain and stress can impede one’s pleasure in life. At Aches Away Toronto Massage Therapy, we are dedicated to providing 360-degree comfort and attention in order to relieve body discomfort and tension. Our patients regain control of their health and find enjoyment in life.
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.