RMTs at Union Yoga Studio

Please be aware, our clinic is taking the following precautions due to COVID-19.

Note: You will be required to complete an online COVID-19 Risk Assessment questionnaire with booking and 24hrs prior to your arrival.

If you have answered YES to any of the questions on the survey, your appointment may need to be rescheduled.

Please do your best to respect our 24hr cancellation policy, or charges may be incurred.

  • Please arrive wearing a mask. If you do not have one, one will be provided to you. You will be required to wear a mask for the duration of your treatment and your RMT will be wearing one as well.
  • Please arrive alone and with minimal belongings.
  • We are only accepting contactless payments at this time.
  • Please do not arrive more than 5mins before your appointment time. Please enter at street level and come upstairs.
  • The upstairs door to the studio will be locked between appointments, as there will be no other staff on site.

Please contact massage@unionyogastudio.ca if you have any questions. Thank you for your cooperation!

Registered Massage Therapy

Massages are tailored to meet your specific needs.
They can be both therapeutic and relaxing and are ideal if you’re looking to ease tension caused by stress or injury.
By targeting specific areas – including your fascia – massage helps to increase circulation and range of motion, decrease pain, and ease chronic muscle problems.

Jamie graduated from Elmcrest College of Applied Health Sciences in 2007.

Having a passion for health and wellness, she believes that we all have the power to heal ourselves through listening to our bodies. Through intuitive touch, Jamie works within the individuals comfort level in order to ease pain and discomfort while allowing the body and mind to relax. She incorporates techniques such as Swedish, myofascial, active release, joint mobilizations, and and stretching into her treatments. She has additionally taken courses in hot stone therapy, postnatal and infant massage, cupping, and Neurokinetic Therapy (Level 1 Certified).

Also working as a Registered Nurse, Jamie loves the added knowledge and challenge that nursing brings to her work in healthcare and loves being able to try and bridge the gap between Eastern and Western medicine.

Interests outside of massage include reading, yoga, fitness, and nutrition.

Jamie graduated from Elmcrest College of Applied Health Sciences in 2007. Having a passion for h... Read More

Max (they/them/ze/zir) has always had a passion for anatomy & healing. Massage therapy has allowed them to pursue this passion, and provide knowledgeable care to an array of clientele. They are a registered member of the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario (CMTO), and have a degree in Nutritional Science (X University). Max believes the power of touch has the ability to facilitate both mental & physical healing! They consider massage therapy to be a perfect combination of holistic and science-based treatment.

Max has been trained in orthopedic assessment, Swedish massage, trigger point therapy, fascial release, stretch therapy, visceral massage, as well as therapeutics for specific ailments (such as sprains/strains, frozen shoulder, and nerve compressions). They have experience working with scar tissue, including (but not limited to) C-sections, post-operative care for gender-confirming surgery, mastectomies, MVA injuries, and have taken advanced training in prenatal massage.

Max is a proud nonbinary member of the LGBTQ2+ community. They believe in body positivity for all sizes, and remain dedicated to providing the best care possible.

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Central to Kathryn’s practice are principles of empathy, humility, honesty and holism. She believes that everyone should feel comfortable, secure, confident and mobile within their bodies to the best of their abilities. Her treatments are aimed at working towards this with her patients to help increase their body awareness in order to help improve their quality of life. This includes considering neurological, biomechanical, physiological, social, and emotional factors.

Kathryn graduated from Sutherland-Chan School and Teaching Clinic. Her techniques seek a broad calming of the nervous system as well as specific targeted work to areas of the body that may need attention. This targeted work addresses each patient’s personal health concerns and goals making Kathryn’s treatments highly individualized.

Kathryn has experience working with a variety of patients including seniors, athletes, people with acute and persistent pain, people experiencing neurological symptoms, pre/post natal, people dealing with cancer, pre/post operation, patients dealing with grief, anxiety, depression, and other mental health concerns.

A tranquil environment combined with her calm demeanour, extensive training in dance/movement and a touch based on intention translates gracefully into her hands and the pace of your treatment. Expect to hear beautiful atmospheric music during your appointment as Kathryn is exploring how sound can help facilitate your treatment.

Central to Kathryn’s practice are principles of empathy, humility, honesty and holism. She believ... Read More

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Located at: 956 Bloor Street West, Toronto
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