Healing by Crystal

Registered Massage Therapy: Specializing in detailed Postual Assessment,
Trigger point therapy and Myofascial release
Certified in Aromathereapy: Providing Essential oil products for healing and wellness

About the Registered Massage Therapist

What is Massage Therapy?

Massage therapy was established in the 1700's and is the art of hands on manipulation of soft tissues, specifically muscles, connective tissue, tendons, ligaments and joints that is designed to promote healing and enhance tissue health. 
Registered Massage Therapists use a variety of different types of techniques such as swedish, sports and advanced to apply a therapeutic treatment that is designed to treat over seventy different conditions.

Crystal became a Registered Massage Therapist in 2016. 

She was born and raised in Brampton, Ontario. She has had a passion for art and painting since the age of 16.  She built a small business of painting various styles of art and specializing in personalized artwork and portraits. She has a unique talent in working with her hands however, it wasn’t fulfilling her drive. 

Over the years, Crystal decided that she needed a change to a more meaningful path and with the years of experience in working with her hands to create artwork, she realized that her dream was to use her hands to help people with pain management so she thrived to pursue her calling in Massage Therapy. 

Crystal is eager to advance her skills and offer many different modalities to apply to her massage therapy treatments. She is trained to promote healing from injuries and pain management in over seventy different conditions by finding the root of the cause by performing assessment, treatments and providing home care plans. She is also certified in Aromatherapy, Postural Assessment, Trigger Point Therapy and Myofascial Release.

What are the benefits of Massage Therapy?

Massage Therapy has a physiological and psychological effect on the body. On the Nervous System, massage decreases pain, sympathetic nervous system firing and works hand in hand with the circulatory system

On the Circulatory system, massage mechanically increases circulation and blood flow, removal of metabolic waste and delivers oxygen and nutrients to the tissue cells.
On the Lymphatic System, massage mechanically increases lymphatic flow, decreases edema, removes metabolic waste and promotes healing.

On the Musculoskeletal System, massage mechanically improves muscle tone, stimulates golgi tendon organs, muscle spindles, decreases muscle spasms, increases the resting length of muscles and increases range of motion in joints.