Massage Therapy

Christine's Massage

Christine's Massage

Effective Thursday May 23, 2019 Ms. Christine Zamick, RMT is offering massage therapy services through the clinic.

Ms. Zamick is a graduate of the Advanced Remedial Massage Therapy Diploma Program of the Massage Therapy College of Manitoba. Ms. Zamick is trained to assess Musculoskeletal Imbalances and to establish an effective program of Theraputic treatment. In addition, she has excellent training and experience in Relaxation Massage, all Musculoskeletal Injuries, Sports Massage, Pregnancy Massage and Scalp Massage. Ms. Zamick is also a member of the Natural Health Practitioners of Canada (NHPC), the largest holistic health association across Canada.

Ms. Zamick offers direct billing to all Health Insurance providers for her massage therapy services.

Current hours of service are:

Tuesdays: 9:00 am to 2:00 pm and 4:00 pm to 6:30 pm
Wednesdays: 9:30 am to 2:30 pm
Thursdays: 9:00 am to 2:00 pm and 4:00 pm to 6:30 pm

Offering massage therapy sessions of 30 minutes, 60 minutes or 90 minutes.

Please check out Christine's Summer Special.

Please book your massage therapy appointment by calling Christine at 204-797-1626; or, by checking for Christine's daily current availability through Last Minute Massage.ca

If unable to keep your massage appointment, please contact Christine before your scheduled appointment time to let her know that you will be unable to keep the appointment.

Massage Therapy

Massage has been a part of medicine for thousands of years. From ancient Greece to most parts of the world, massage has always been important in healing, medicine, and optimum health. Along with your Doctor and Physiotherapist, a Massage Therapist will determine if massage therapy will help you.

Massage Therapy is the hands-on movement and manipulation of soft tissue, like muscles. It is used to help:

A remedial or therapeutic massage therapist is a dedicated professional that has a specific two year college degree. They are trained and tested to assess and determine the nature of a problem and if massage therapy will help. They will check posture, movement, and imbalance. Hands-on techniques are used to address each person’s condition. Massage therapists work along with physiotherapists and doctors in a team approach to solve a person’s condition. Massage therapists also educate people on therapeutic exercises, posture and learning long-term solutions for their problem.

Registered Massage Therapists are trained in a variety of treatment modalities. Your individualized treatment program will help you return to normal activities as soon as possible. Your Registered Massage Therapist program is based on current medical research and on the best practice guide lines provided by the Massage Therapy Association of Manitoba.