Massage Frequently Asked Questions

Most common massage related questions from the Moncton, Dieppe, and Riverview areas

Massages and massage therapists are not all the same

I have put together this list of frequently asked massage questions.

Why do I need a massage?
Everyone needs a massage because it relieves muscle tension and strain. It increases the body’s circulation of blood. It also helps to reduce headaches, back pain, and joint pain. Best of all it reduces stress and it feels great!
How often should I get a massage?
How often you should get a massage depends on your current state of wellness. Sometimes massages are prescribed by a doctor. These are usually a required massage. Other times you may just want a massage for maintenance, or even just pure pleasure.
Can I talk during my massage?
Yes, this is your treatment. Talking can help with reducing stress and help you relax. This makes for an even more effective massage.
Do I need to remove all my clothing?
No, you only need to remove the clothing that you are comfortable with.
Do you direct bill with insurance companies?
Yes, most insurance we direct bill. There are some that we are not able to, check with your insurance company if they offer direct billing.
How often should I get a massage?
You should get a massage at least once per month. You may have a need for more or less frequent treatments depending on your needs.
Will I get sore from a massage?
Sometimes you may have a soreness from treatment depending on your tissue needs. Massgae can release lactic acid that was stored in tight muscles. It should only last a few days after treatment.


Hey Moncton! There is no better time to take care of yourself than now!

Why choose a Registered Massage Therapist?

A registered massage therapist is trained in a range of manual techniques primarily applied to the soft tissues and joints of the body. Registered massage therapists aim to relieve pain, maintain, rehabilitate and improve physical function. Registered massage therapy is commonly used for relaxation and rejuvenation, yet it is an effective intervention to help prevent injury or reoccurrence and address specific activity-related injuries. By combining unique techniques applied to muscles, connective tissues and joints, the therapist can help relieve pain and tension, while improving function. Your therapist can recommend the best course of action to manage your symptoms and meet your unique needs prior to your treatment.


We basically solve the issues in your tissues!

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