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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Are you licensed?

A: Yes. I am a Registered Massage Therapist with the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario.

Q: Where are you located?

A: I am located in Scarborough but I provide mobile services in the Durham Region: Pickering, Ajax, Whitby, Courtice, Oshawa and Bowmanville. I also service the GTA: Downtown Core, East/North York, Markham, Vaughan, Richmond Hill, Maple, Scarborough, Etobicoke, Brampton and Mississauga.

Q: Which forms of payment do you accept?

A: Acceptable forms of payment include Debit, Credit or Cash (NO eTransfers). Clients paying with debit or credit are able to pay once the massage is over using the Square terminal to Tap, Swipe or Insert their card. Alternatively, clients can opt to have their cards saved on file when booking an appointment online. Which will be charged immediately after the appointment.

Q: Do I need to pay a deposit?

A: Deposits are only required for Permanent Makeup services. Clients are required to pay 50% of the total treatment cost to secure their appointment. Clients booking for Massage Therapy and Post Op services are required to save a credit/debit card on file. Any appointments cancelled with less than 48 hours notice will be subject to a $50 cancellation fee.

See our Cancellation Policy here.

Q: Can I pay through insurance?

A: Yes, you have the option of having your insurance company billed directly or you can choose to pay upfront and I will provide you with a receipt. Which can be reimbursed by your insurance provider afterwards.

Direct billing is available with the following companies:

  • Alberta Blue Cross

  • BPA

  • Canada Life

  • Canadian Construction Workers Union

  • Chambers of Commerce Group Insurance


  • ClaimSecure

  • Coughlin & Associates Ltd.

  • Cowan

  • D.A. Townley

  • Desjardins Insurance

  • Empire Life

  • First Canadian

  • GMS Carrier 49

  • GMS Carrier 50

  • Green Shield Canada

  • GroupHEALTH

  • GroupSource

  • Industrial Alliance

  • Johnson Inc.

  • Johnston Group Inc.

  • LaCapitale Insurance and Financial Services

  • LiUNA Local 183

  • LiUNA Local 506

  • Manion

  • Manulife Financial

  • Maximum Benefit

  • MÉDIC Construction (Green Shield Canada)

  • People Corporation

  • RWAM Insurance Administrators

  • SSQ Insurance

  • TELUS Adjudi Care

  • Union Benefits

  • UV Insurance

Q: How should I prepare for the massage?

A: Have a shower prior to my arrival and remove all jewelry (small studs and hoops are fine). If you have long hair, please have it tied up in a bun or ponytail. Ensure that you have a space cleared for the massage table. Preferably near an outlet if you want the table warmer on.

Q: Do I need to remove all of my clothes?

A: Ultimately, its up to you. I want my clients to feel as comfortable as possible. However, removing your clothing would allow for better access of both the affected and unaffected muscles.

Q: Which type of oil do you use?

A: I actually don't use during my treatments. Instead, I use a water soluble massage gel. It's non-irritating and allows for a smoother glide. Ideal for those with sensitive skin like myself.

Q: What is Swedish massage?

A: Swedish massage is just massage involving light to moderate pressure. The techniques typically used during sessions are "broad contact". In other words, it's mostly just open palms rather than forearms and elbows which would allow for deeper manipulation of the muscles. Swedish massage is more ideal for someone just looking to relax rather than reducing any muscle tension.

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