Never put off your massage until tomorrow if you can get it today.
— Thomas Jefferson

Research shows many benefits of massage, demonstrating that it can be an effective treatment for reducing stress, pain, and muscle tension. Massage can help relieve symptoms of anxiety, fibromyalgia, headaches, myofascial pain syndrome, and soft tissue strains or injuries. Beyond the benefits for specific conditions or diseases, some people enjoy massage because it often produces feelings of caring, comfort and connection.


Massage Treatment - 45 min — $95
Elissa completed her 2300hr RMT certificate in Ottawa, Ont before becoming a BC resident in 2009.   Since then she has lived in Terrace, BC, building a diverse professional practice, ranging from the very young to the elderly and dealing with athletes to those with chronic ailments.  While her preferred technique is a deep, rolfing-style massage, she is happy to adjust her treatment to suit all needs and is foremost committed to developing a sense of comfort and connection with those she treats.


"I believe strongly in the healing power of touch"



Massage Treatment - 40-75 min — $75-140
Nathalie specializes in releasing and resolving pain and chronic conditions that have otherwise not responded to treatment. Her approach focuses on targeted tissue release, underlying causes and long-term change, rather than temporary symptom relief.

As a current student of Osteopathy, Nathalie blends deep tissue manual therapies with massage as fascia integration, targeting the structures needing change.

  Nathalie is a registered massage therapist and has 14 years of experience practicing multiple manual therapies since graduating from Foothills College of Massage Therapy in 2002. She is a registered massage therapist in BC and is currently enrolled in a five-year degree at the Canadian College of Osteopathy. She specializes in releasing and resolving pain and chronic conditions that have otherwise not responded to treatment, whether the root cause and physical imbalance lies in the viscera, in the musculoskeletal system, in the fluids, or in the craniosacral system.