Spa & Wellness Centre

Massage

Massage Therapy

30 minutes – $50.00
45 minutes – $65.00
60 minutes – $80.00
90 minutes – $110.00
90 minute hot stone – $125.00


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Amy Boutilier

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.

Joelle Sexton

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.

Denver Hiltz, RMT

Denver Hiltz graduated as a Registered Massage Therapist from the Canadian College of Massage & Hydrotherapy in 2018. During his studies he worked with patients dealing with conditions such as: arthritis, multiple sclerosis, and various sports related injuries. Denver offers a mix of general Swedish massage, deep tissue and myofascial techniques using cupping massage therapy. With seven years of pharmacy experience as a Pharmacy Technician, Denver has a strong background in medications and conditions as well as a history in the healthcare field. Originally from the Annapolis Valley, Denver is excited to join the team at Strides Spa & Wellness Centre.

Samantha Bixby, RMT

Samantha Bixby, Registered Massage Therapist, graduated from Eastern College in 2019, top in her class. Although she mostly enjoys treating chronic muscle conditions using deep tissue techniques, mainly trigger point therapy, heat, and stretching, Sam also incorporates general Swedish massage to provide a relaxation element into her treatments. She loves seeing progress as well as lowering stress levels, and adapts her technique to the needs of her clients. Sam grew up in small town Newfoundland so she is happy to work in a community that reminds her of home.

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We at Strides love doTERRA's Past Tense for tension headaches!!!
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Strides Spa & Wellness Centre

Timeline PhotosHigh SPF sunscreens not only over-promise protection but they can also over-expose you to UVA rays that increase your risk of skin cancer.
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Basically anything over SPF 50 is not doing you any additional benefit. Properly applied SPF 50 sunscreen blocks 98% of UVB rays, SPF 100 blocks only 1% more. Sunscreen with SPF between 30 and 50 offer adequate protection even for people most sensitive to sunburning. You’re NOT doubling your protection by doubling your SPF!
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The chemicals used to make an SPF are aimed at blocking UVB rays. UVB rays cause sunburn and non-melanoma skin cancers. UVA rays on the other hand penetrate our skin deeper and suppress our immune systems leading to harmful free radical formation and melanoma risk! SPF has barely any affect on UVA ray protection. In fact the higher the SPF the more it prevents UVB in proportion to UVA protection.
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When tested some sunscreens claiming to have SPF 100 actually only had 37 to 75. The UV light used in labs to make these products differs from real sun conditions and therefore the SPF values are very misleading.
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The higher the SPF the more concentrations of the harmful chemicals used to prevent sun damage (see last post for details). Your best option is to use sunscreen with 30 SPF and find a natural sunscreen that doesn’t have any of the harmful chemicals listed in the previous post!

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Phone: 902.883.8668
Fax: 902.883.7396

Email:
stridesspa@ns.aliantzinc.ca

Hours:
Monday-Friday
: 9am – 8pm
Saturday: 9am – 3pm
Sunday: Closed

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