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Moncton's Massage Therapy Team

Registered Massage Therapist (RMT)

In massage therapy, a skilled licensed Registered Massage Therapist (RMT) will assess and manipulate the soft tissues of your body – muscle, connective tissue, tendons, ligaments and skin. Your massage therapist uses varying degrees of pressure and movement throughout the session. One of the initial effects of massage is a sensation of deep relaxation and peace. This feeling occurs because massage encourages the release of endorphins - the brain chemicals (neurotransmitters) that produce sensations of wellbeing.

Learn more about our Massage Therapy Styles and Health Benefits!

Natural-Based Therapeutic Massage Therapy

At the Naturology Centre, our massage therapists use 100% cotton sheets, plant-based detergents, digital intake forms/charting, recycled paper, and natural products whenever possible! Our professional massage tables are 3" Thick cushions of Multi-Layer Small Cell foam (higher density than standard foam); Oil- and water-resistant, CFC-free, PU upholstery. (Working capacity of 750 lbs)

Therapeutic Massage Therapy For:

Can also help support people with:

  • Chronic Illness
  • Life-threatening Illnesses

Physical Benefits of Massage:

  • Reduced muscle tension
  • Improved Blood Circulation
  • Faster Healing of Soft Tissue Injuries
  • Stimulation of the Lymphatic System
  • Reduction of Stress Hormones (relaxation)
  • Reduced Anxiety and Depression
  • Heightened Mental Alertness
  • Improved Joint Mobility and Flexibility
  • Enhanced Skin Tone

Massage Therapy Facts

  • Massage is possibly the most ancient type of medical therapy. (That is almost 6000 years ago!) Egyptian tomb paintings depict individuals receiving massages.
  • A 60-minute massage provides your body with the equivalent of 7-8 hours of sleep.
  • Bob Hope, who received daily massages as part of his health routine and survived to the age of 100, had daily massages as part of his health regimen.
  • Massage and touch both promote the release of endorphins, the body's natural painkillers.
  • Massage therapy promotes lymph flow throughout the body, alleviating aches, pains, and flu-like symptoms.
  • Our skin contains roughly 5 million touch receptors, 3000 of which are located on the tip of a finger.
  • Any healthy contact slows the pulse rate and may help lower blood pressure.
  • Regularly massaged office workers are more attentive, perform better, and are less stressed than non-massaged office workers.
  • Your skin is the body's largest organ. Massage helps to nourish and soften your skin, as well as aids in its detoxification.
  • Seniors who massage their grandchildren have a stronger sense of self-esteem and are less likely to suffer from depression-related disorders.

The Impact of Massage Therapy on Function in Pain Populations—A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of Randomized Controlled Trials: Part I, Patients Experiencing Pain in the General Population

"Based on the evidence, massage therapy, compared to no treatment, should be strongly recommended as a pain management option."

Pain Medicine, Volume 17, Issue 7, July 2016, Pages 1353–1375, https://doi.org/10.1093/pm/pnw099

Therapeutic Massage Video