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Benefits:

  • Ease lower back pain, sciatica pain as well as aches in neck, shoulders and legs
  • Reduce stress on weight-bearing joints
  • Increase blood and lymph circulation to help reduce swelling and improve the oxygen supply to your baby
  • Enhance the pliability of your skin and underlying tissues
  • Cultivate a connection with your baby
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Benefits:

  • Ease lower back pain, sciatica pain as well as aches in neck, shoulders and legs
  • Ease the stress and strain of carrying and caring for your baby
  • Help shrink your uterus and relieve subcutaneous scar tissue
  • Facilitate the healing of bladder disorders, post-episiotomy soreness, and cesarean section
  • Fight off baby blues. Relieve depression, anxiety and nervousness caused by hormone changes
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Our holistic treatments make you feel replenished, boost your immune system and create balance and inner harmony.

While our treatments benefits injured, ill and individuals who are overtaxed, it should be overlooked the strength of bodywork in preventing illness and conditions.

Optimize Your Health - Enhance circulation and general nutrition of muscles

Massage increases blood flow to tissues while they are at rest. Massage also does is opens and dilates the blood vessels which enables nutrients to pass through to muscle tissue more easily. The optimized supply of nutrients and oxygen help the body to rebuild the muscles faster and thus recover more quickly from training. For those who train hard, with the removal of waste products such as lactic acid through massage, less pain and stiffness will be felt after a hard workout.

Improve your range of motion and flexibility

Massage stretches tissues that cannot be stretched in the usual methods as bundles of muscle fibers are stretched lengthwise as well as sideways. Massage also stretches the sheath or fascia that surrounds the muscle, releasing any tension or pressure build up.

Prevent injury and facilitate recovery from injury

By stretching connective tissue, massage improves circulation to help prevent or breakdown adhesions. Massage also influences the excretion of certain fluids (nitrogen, phosphorous and sulfur) necessary for tissue repair. The stroking movements in massage suck fluid through blood vessels and lymph vessels for optimum circulation. This is especially important in tight or damaged muscle tissue as a tight muscle will squeeze blood out like a sponge, depriving the tissues of vital nutrients and energy for repair. In addition, massage can break down scar tissue resulting from previous injury or trauma. Scar tissue affects the muscles, tendons and ligaments and can lead to inflexible tissues that are prone to injury and pain.

Align Your Body

Good body alignment is essential to proper functional motion. When one part of our body is out of balance the rest has to compensate and this can create instability and strain on all parts of the our body. Whether the imbalance is due to the effects of gravity over time, a repetitive movement, a physical limitation or an injury, we can regain your proper posture, reduce pain and tension, improve your range of motion. After treatments at Spa Vert, activities previously considered out of reach by you can often become possible.

Feel More Balanced

Our techniques also reduce stress and anxiety for you to regain balance and inner harmony. Selected treatments include visceral work allow the organs to function better.

Whatever your goals, our therapists will provide useful tips so you can continue to support your health after the treatment. If you have any questions, you are always welcome to call us.

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SpaVert Hours

Monday to Friday
   10:00am - 10:00pm

Saturday and Sunday   10:00am - 6:00pm

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