Acupressure Massage

Anxiety and pain relief, immune support and incredible relaxation are just a few of the benefits of acupressure massage.

This ancient remedy of Chinese traditional medicine is known to relieve pain in specific areas of the body. Acupressure massage is often the choice for people who prefer a natural form of pain relief instead of using medication.

Acupressure massage can help you

Alleviate or eliminate tension, pain, inflammation in shoulder, neck, back, knees, joints

Detoxify your body – it pushes toxic waste products through the lymphatic system

Strengthen your immune system

Improve your blood flow and entire body circulation

Reduce emotional, mental and physical stress and promote a more peaceful state of well-being

Reduce your stress, anxiety, or depression

” Her massage treatments are excellent “

You’re in good hands with Maggie! Her massage treatments are excellent. She does a thorough job and knows which areas of the body to work for maximum benefit. Her knowledge, enthusiasm, and energy combine to make each treatment well worth my time. I highly recommend her

Michel Pouliot, Registered Massage Therapist, GoodLife Fitness

Acupressure Massage

Acupressure massage is a technique where pressure is applied along acupuncture meridians using thumbs, fingers, fists, and elbows. According to Chinese medicine, the meridians are believed to be the energy pathways to the body.

These types of movements dramatically increase blood flow and circulation in the body, allowing lymphatic drainage, which boosts your immune system, energy levels and alleviates aches and pains. Acupressure massage is very deep, without the pain often associated with deep tissue work.

How It Works

Get In Touch

Call or email us and set up an appointment for your massage

1 Hour Appointment

Reduce your stress and alleviate your aches and pains during your 1 hour massage.

Feel Relaxed

Become incredibly relaxed and enjoy a peaceful state of wellbeing

Acupressure Massage

is proven to help these conditions




Arthritis and bursitis


Gastrointestinal problems


Relaxes tense muscles and muscle spasm


Trauma / accidents whiplash / dislocations


Fractures and edema




Chronic fatigue syndrome / fibromyalgia


Post-surgical rehabilitation


Sports injuries


Carpal tunnel syndrome (repetitive strain)




Migraines/ Strains/sprains/muscle tension/spasms

” She is such a results oriented health care professional “

I came to see Margaret after a golfing injury led to muscle spasms in my neck and left shoulder that limited the use of my left arm. I also had considerable discomfort in my lower back and hips. Using a computer and driving between client sites made this painful condition even worse. Margaret’s unique acupressure massage helped improve my blood flow, circulation and eliminated the stiffness, tightness and severe pain in my arm and back. With regular visits, I have continued to be pain free. I’m now more active and feel healthier as a result of receiving massage and regular detoxification sessions. Stretching and following Margaret’s core strength exercise recommendations have also helped. I am happy to tell my friends and colleagues about Margaret’s services because she is such a “results oriented” health care professional.

D. James Lauber, TI Consultants Grafton Inc., Gatineau, Quebec


What is acupressure massage?

Acupressure massage is a traditional hands-on therapy originating in Japan. Pressure is applied along acupuncture meridians using thumbs, fingers, fists and elbows. The meridians are believed to be the energy pathways to the body. Acupressure massage focuses on relieving blocks in the pathways and rebalancing the flow of energy as well as blood supply and circulation throughout the body.

Is acupressure massage painful?

Acupressure should never be painful. If you experience any pain, please tell us immediately. After an acupressure session, some people may feel slight soreness at acupressure points. You may also feel temporarily lightheaded.

What is the difference between acupuncture and acupressure massage?

Acupuncture and acupressure are both methods used to stimulate acupoints on the body. Acupuncture uses a hair-thin needle to stimulate acupoints whereas acupressure massage uses a firm pressure to massage the acupoints.

How long does the massage last?

Our acupressure massages last one hour. Many clinics have 50 minute treatment services, so you benefit from a longer massage with our treatments.

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