30 minutes – $50.00
45 minutes – $65.00
60 minutes – $80.00
90 minutes – $110.00
90 minute hot stone – $125.00
Experience a foot soak and massage with your significant other, best friend or mother/daughter in our couples massage room.
Amy Boutilier graduated from ICT Northumberland College as a Registered Massage Therapist in July of 2009. Amy started at Strides Spa and Wellness Centre when they first opened in 2006. While most of her focus is on deep tissue work for chronic and acute dysfunctions, Amy is always looking for new challenges and opportunities to expand her skills. So far, Amy is happy to be working in East Hants and loves meeting new clients.
Martin Huybers graduated from The Canadian College of Massage & Hydrotherapy as a Registered Massage Therapist in 2013. Martin has trained in Hot Stone Jade massage, deep tissue massage, trigger point therapy, stress reduction, manual lymph drainage and relaxation massage. Martin enjoys working with special needs clients and is a proponent of massage for relieving physical as well as emotional stress, and strongly believes in massage as a viable modality for enhancing overall health and well-being.
Joelle Sexton, Registered Massage Therapist, graduated from ICT Northumberland College in 2010. Depending on her client and the symptoms they experience due to stress, tension, headaches, migraines, postural imbalances, new/previous injuries, neuromuscular symptoms, motor vehicle accident or pregnancy, Joelle customizes her treatments based on individual needs. She offers a variety of techniques and incorporates general Swedish massage, myofascial release, trigger point therapy, sports massage, massage cupping and strengthening/stretching into her treatments.
Amy studied massage therapy in British Columbia, graduating in June 2016 (with honors) from the 2800 hour program. During her 2 years of studies Amy had the opportunity to participate in several outreach programs, which included working with senior citizens, women with high-risk pregnancies, patients living with terminal illnesses, and athletes. Although new to this area, Amy is excited to be joining the Strides team and is looking forward to working with and helping the people of this community. Amy’s ultimate goal is to make an impact in people’s lives by working with and supporting her patients with their quest towards a healthier, more active lifestyle. With her training in a wide variety of massage techniques (deep tissue massage, trigger point therapy, advanced fascial techniques, joint mobilizations, sports massage, pregnancy massage, muscle energy techniques, Swedish relaxation massage and therapeutic exercise), she collaborates with her patients to form treatment plans that will decrease pain, restore function and prevent dysfunction. Amy firmly believes that balance is the key to achieving a wellness goal and she strives to educate her patients on the importance of properly managing all aspects of their lives, including: stress levels, diet, exercise, work and play.