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$60 Deep Tissue Massage

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  • Full Name: Kathryn
  • Location: Ganges
  • Phone: 250-537-7937
  • Expires: 22 days, 8 hours

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    Conveniently located in downtown Ganges, Salt Spring Massage Studio offers personalized, effective massage that focuses on lasting results. Kathryn provides Deep Tissue or Hot Stone relaxation massage using herbal-infused oils and Chinese running cups that loosen banded muscle fibres and break down constrictions in the fascia and connective tissue.

    At $60 per one-hour session (plus a $5 room rental), these treatments are affordably priced for working islanders to experience pain relief and the benefits of regular bodywork. Evening and weekend appointments available, as well as gift certificates. Please note I am not an RMT.

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    Hi Kathryn – Thank you for your intuitive and effective work. I have had more than my fair share of accidents, between cars, motorbikes and falls, and was not always as kind to my body as I am now. I was reluctant in the past to have bodywork done because it has been quite painful and, even though I did not tell you, you zoned in to the areas and released tension that I have stored for decades. My flexibility has increased, I am sleeping better, I am more relaxed and your work on my abdomen has been a huge help with a hernia I have had for years. I must also say that the infused oils you make are incredible. I have tried two different infusions, which were both great, and I plan on buying a couple of types for home use. We are lucky to have you on the island! Thanks so much, Brian Taylor

    I came to Kathryn after suffering an injury, which consequently turned into a frozen shoulder. I started with the common practises of the medical route: for five months I received chiropractic care (which aggravated the problem further), along with physio and registered massage therapy. Although the later two treatments helped to a degree, I did not feel the progress was going as quickly as it should after having spent $4,000, so I turned to a cortisone injection for the inflammation as I was in extreme pain. I was then fortunate to be offered Kathryn’s services, which helped from the very first session as painful as it was. With Kathryn’s amazing care, the soft tissue massage, hot stones and Chinese suction cups, the herbal oils, the use of castor oil packs and extra advice on supplements and diet, I made progress in leaps and bounds in less than 90 days. I now have most of my mobility back after more than a year, with great thanks to Kathryn!
    Many thanks, N. Fraser

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