... is recognized as an effective treatment for many specific problems as well as preventative health care and stress management.
Massage Therapy alleviates soft tissue discomfort associated with everyday and occupational stresses, muscular over-use and chronic syndromes.
Ontario Registered Massage Therapist are Regulated Health Professionals.
This means that they must abide by ethical standards of conduct and
professional practice. Ontario Registered Massage Therapist have very
extensive training (2200 hours of Massage College) and they are required
to update their skills and knowledge on a yearly basis to maintain their
license to practice.
Most insurance companies provide full or partial coverage for
Massage Therapy under Extended Health Plans. Degree of coverage
is highly variable so please talk to your Benefits Representative.
Remember, if you have drug or dental coverage, your employee benfits
may also cover massage therapy.
Massage is not covered by OHIP.
... is food. Nutrition is recognized as the interaction and assimilation of the vital force of the food by the dynamic forces of our total being. All nutrients contain their own individual vital force resonating with the body’s vital force. Muscles need nutritious food too, to contract and relax properly. Muscle tension will decrease when muscles receive their proper nutrients.
Only when we eat properly is the body supplied with the nutrients for tissue repair and replacement.
Massage Therapy, together with Nutrition, rest, sunshine, light exercise
and positive attitudes, is man’s best medicine.
Márta Major, RMT, Acupuncturist, CNP, RNCP - has graduated from Kikkawa College of Massage Therapy in 1999. That same year Márta successfully completed her Ontario
Board Exams to become a Registered Massage Therapist. In 2003, she graduated
from The College of International Holistic Studies with a Diploma in Acupuncture.
Márta has also been taking courses with The Upledger Institute for Cranio-Sacral Therapy.
After seeking a more holistic approach for her daughter who was born with
a congenital heart defect and had feeding difficulties, Márta found herself
on the path of Nutrition. In 2009 she became a Certified Nutritional Practitioner,
after graduating from the Institute of Holistic Nutrition in Toronto, Canada.
Marta’s familiarity with feeding issues led her to work with children who have
feeding difficulties. The passion that drove her to find nutritious options
for her daughter is foundational in her practice. She motivates other mothers
to move towards better nutrition.
Marta owns and operates Major Massage Therapy and Nutrition. Besides working
on motivating other mothers about nutrition, Márta treats a variety of conditions,
works with other massage therapists and nutritionists, stages many On-Site work wellness
events, as well as educating the public about the benefits of massage therapy and nutrition.
At Major Massage Therapy and Nutrition she uniquely combines these modalities for optimal
health and wellness.
Her memberships include: OMTA (Ontario Massage Therapist Association), CMTO
(College of Massage Therapists of Ontario) and IONC
(International Organization of Nutritional Consultants).
Márta Major, RMT, Acupuncturist
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