Massage Therapy can help manage the symptoms associated with a variety of conditions



  • Why Massage Therapy?

    Massage Therapy can be used as an alternative form of treatment to help manage the symptoms associated with a variety of conditions.  Whether you are an elite athlete, week end warrior, coping with chronic illness, repetitive strain injuries or someone who wants to invest the time into staying mobile long into your 80’s and 90’s, massage can assist you with staying on track and reaching your goals.


    Massage can also be an effective compliment to other treatment modalities you may already be receiving.

  • Swedish Massage

     A variety of techniques, performed at a rhythmic pace, are used to facilitate and improve muscle and connective tissue health.  Hydrotherapy and remedial exercises are often coupled with the massage treatments in order to have lasting effects on the body’s tissues.  Massage helps to elicit relaxation, improve circulation, relieve pain and promote a state of general wellbeing.

  • Hot Stone Massage

    Warm, smooth Basalt stones are used on all parts of the body to deliver deep penetrating heat to the underlying muscles and connective tissues.  The deep moist heat helps to induce relaxation or to prepare chronic problem areas and tissues for more specific work.  A deep state of relaxation can be achieved that will have lasting effects.

  • Deep Tissue Massage

    Performed at a slow pace, massage techniques are used to target tissues deep in the body to help decrease scar tissue and muscle tension in order to increase joint function and mobility.  High level athletes and people with chronic conditions can benefit from deep tissue massage and can experience noticeable changes in their performance and flexibility.

  • Seated/Chair Massage

    Using a modified massage table, a seated position can be a great alternative for people who may have difficulty getting on the massage table or have injuries or conditions that require an alternate position for receiving treatment.

  • Remedial Exercise

    Home care exercises can play an important role in maintaining the ongoing benefits to muscles and joints following massage therapy treatments.  As little as 2-3 exercises, performed on a regular basis, can make measurable improvements in your posture and your overall well being.  We won’t over prescribe, so you will be able to manage your home care with ease and make it a part of your daily routine.

  • Assessment

    Having a proper assessment completed on an initial visit, allows us to determine what the best course of treatment will be and to monitor your progress throughout your plan of care.  It is not mandatory, but it does help us create a treatment plan to target the problem areas, and have positive results.

  • On Site/Mobile Massage

    If you are unable to travel to our clinic because of a recent surgery or other health matters, we offer a mobile service that will provide the massage you need in the privacy of your home.


    If you are planning a getaway with family and friends and would like massage therapy to be a part of your scheduled activities, we will do our best to accommodate your request. Pricing is varied based on the available therapist, travel time and the number of treatments requested.


Massage Therapist
& Clinic Partner


I am Michel Bullock, one of the partners of AMTC.  I completed my massage therapy training at CCMH and I have been in practice since 2001.  Before I became an RMT, I studied Physical Education at Brock University.




Massage Therapist
& Clinic Partner


Katherine graduated with honours from the Massage Therapy Program at Georgian College in 2011. Her focus is on better movement, maintaining mobility and reducing chronic pain.




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