Ottawa Massage Therapy: Maitland Massage
Looking for Massage Therapy in Ottawa? Welcome to Maitland Massage! We are located seconds from Highway 417, with ample free parking (take the Maitland exit North). Or you can get to us by taking Baseline Road or Carling Ave. (bus #85).
Massage therapy helps with injury repair, pain reduction, and may benefit your health. It even helps athletes and musicians with performance and recovery. This includes runners, cyclists, hockey players, singers, actors, drummers, guitar players…you name it.
Recent research also shows reduced anxiety and depression, so stress reduction is a valid use of massage therapy. Research suggests that massage therapy reduces stress hormones, reduces the body’s fight-or-flight response, improves serotonin and dopamine levels in the brain, and by changes a person’s posture. This latter theory is based on research showing that people who are asked to slouch have a more difficult time thinking positive thoughts. Let’s work on that posture together!
Massage Therapy is a regulated health profession in Ontario. We issue receipts for extended health insurance and income tax purposes. Maitland Massage is located at 878 Maitland Ave, with ample free parking. Our Ottawa-based massage therapy clinic was founded in 2009. We look forward to treating you!
45 min $65
1 hour $80
1.5 hours $120
2 hours $160
Longer and shorter durations are also available. Cost currently includes all taxes.
Please be prepared to fill in a health history form before your first treatment. This is to ensure everyone’s safety.
- Deep tissue
- Myofascial release
- Trigger Point Therapy
- Range of motion techniques
- Applied shiatsu and Thai massage inspired techniques
- Relaxation – gentle or deep, as you need it
- Pain relief
- Thumper (coming soon)
Maitland Massage is the place to go for massage therapy in Ottawa. Call 613-722-6423 today! [If necessary, leave a message and your call will be returned as soon as possible].
Research and conditions
Research shows that slow back massage can reduce blood pressure.
Melanie Ransom, RMT has found that specific work to drain blood from the head helps most patients with MS.
Frozen shoulder happens when you have trouble moving your shoulder. This can be treated with massage therapy.
Many headaches are tension headaches, caused by tightness in muscles of the head and neck.
Massage therapy can help with teeth grinding, teeth clenching and TMJ problems.
Pain in your feet first thing in the morning? This may be plantar fasciitis, which can be treated with massage therapy.
Many people think they have sciatic pain when they might have a simple pinched muscle.
Tennis elbow and golfer’s elbow are effectively treated with rest and Ottawa massage therapy.
Maitland Massage: Your place to go for Ottawa massage therapy.