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Massage Therapy in Dartmouth / Halifax

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Massage therapy can help improve circulation and muscle tone.

Registered massage therapists are specially trained to develop treatment plans geared towards increasing your quality of life by decreasing chronic pain and increasing your sense of physical and emotional well being.

At Kinesis Health Associates, we have four registered massage therapists on staff to work with you on your path to wellness.

Physical and Mental Benefits of Massage Therapy:

  • Relaxes the whole body
  • Loosens tight muscles
  • Relieves tired and aching muscles
  • Increases flexibility and range of motion
  • Diminishes chronic pain
  • Calms the nervous system
  • Lowers blood pressure
  • Lowers heart rate
  • Enhances skin tone
  • Assists in recovery from injuries and illness
  • Strengthens the immune system
  • Reduces tension headaches
  • Reduces mental stress
  • Improves concentration
  • Promotes restful sleep
  • Aids in mental relaxation
  • Natural anti-inflammatory

To take advantage of all that massage therapy has to offer, schedule your appointment today.

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Mel Ball

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Mel, RMT

Registered Massage Therapist (RMT)

Mel graduated from ICT Northumberland College in Halifax, Nova Scotia, as a massage therapist in 2003. Upon graduating she returned to her home province of Newfoundland to practice Massage Therapy.
Northumberland provided her with solid clinical massage therapy training which she put to good use in treating a variety of conditions such as TMJ dysfunction, sciatica, whiplash, sports injuries, repetitive strain injuries, and postural imbalances, just to name a few.

Mel combines Swedish massage techniques, Chinese cupping and Myofascial Release to achieve a whole body approach to healing. When it comes to rehabilitation and preventative care Mel understands the importance of combining therapies.

Her experience working in multidisciplinary clinics has proven to her the profound effect it can have on healing when combining massage with other therapies such as physiotherapy, chiropractic, acupuncture, and even psychology.

You can rest easy knowing you are in the capable hands of a therapist with 14 years of experience.

 


Andrew Sceviour

Andrew Sceviour, RMT

Andrew, RMT

Registered Massage Therapist (RMT)

Andrew graduated from the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy in 2012, and since graduating has developed a full body approach to therapy. Believing that where you hurt isn’t always why you hurt, while educating in practical terms that make your health goals relatable and attainable. “You can communicate with your body, it just doesn’t speak English”

Specializing in cupping, fascial techniques, and deep tissue therapy as well as creating and coordinating short or long term treatment plans between RMTs, Andrew is eager to start at his first multidisciplinary clinic and see what more can be accomplished with access to a variety of modalities.


Massage Therapy Dartmouth | Kinesis Health Associates | (902) 464-2225