Now Offering
Esthetic Services


In Trent River, convenient to Norwood, Havelock, Campbellford, Hastings & Trent Hills




(705) 778-7650




Are you a Registered Massage Therapist?

Yes, I am Registered with the College of Massage Therapist of Ontario. Registered Massage Therapists have the highest standards in North America after completing a rigorous three year training program. All Registered Massage Therapists are required to participate in ongoing training and education to ensure their skill remain current and relevant.

Do I need a Doctor's Referral?

You do not need a doctor's referral for your initial visit; however, we recommend that you obtain one anyway as some Extended Health Plans require one before they will reimburse you.

Am I covered under OHIP?

Unfortunately OHIP does not cover Massage Therapy. However, most extended health benefit plans do! So, if you have insurance through your employer, check to see what your Massage Therapy allowance is. Some insurance companies do require a medical note prior to paying out for Massage so do make sure you check these details before your appointment.

Am I covered under my Employer's Extended Health Benefits Plan?

You would have to check with your extended health plan to see if you are eligible.

Do you accept RCMP/Veteran's Affairs (DVA) ?

RCMP members are covered for massage therapy. Our clinic can direct bill Blue Cross. Please advise us when making your first appointment that you are a RCMP Member.

What should I expect at my first visit?

At your initial visit you will be asked to complete a brief medical history and description of the condition that you are seeking treatment for. Your therapist will also take you through a thorough assessment of your current condition or injury. These are vital steps in your treatment as your therapist uses this information to formulate a treatment plan for you. It is very important to provide the therapist with as much information as possible, even if it doesn't seem immediately relevant.

After your examination, the hands on portion of the treatment will begin. You will be properly draped (covered) for privacy with only the immediate area being treated uncovered. During the hands on portion, your therapist will check to make sure you are comfortable with both the environment and the pressure being used.

It is common for your therapist to take a moderate approach during the first visit to determine your tissue response. Be sure to let your therapist know if anything feels uncomfortable or painful, and feel free to ask questions before, during, or after your treatment.

Your therapist's goal is rehabilitation and prevention and they will discuss and provide direction to you on such topics as exercise, posture, stretching and other areas of self care.

What do I wear to an appointment?

Your regular clothes are fine. You may be asked to partially disrobe but you will be properly covered for privacy and comfort.


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Suzanne is currently enrolled in the Esthetics and Spa Management program at Loyalist College. She has completed first year of a 2 year program.

It is her goal to complete the 2-year program by the spring of 2017. She will be introducing various services as she completes the courses and feels confident in the skill — she has now added Maincures, Perdicures, Waxing & Facials to her list of services.


Suzanne is also working towards her Bachelor of Science, Podology – BSc.Pod.

Suzanne has completed her studies in Advanced Pedicure and is a Certified Master Pedicurist™.  Suzanne has extensive training working with diabetic feet, CVI, chronic dry skin, fungal infections and many other disorders that affect the feet. Suzanne also offers bracing, which is a non surgical alternative to relieve pain and straighten involuted and ingrown toenails.


Suzanne can be found at the clinic Monday through to Saturday.


“I encourage you to take the opportunity to visit me and begin a path towards better health.”

Health Is a Choice

We become more effective and at peace with ourselves, when we choose to take care of ourselves.

People want more participation in their care, plus personal control and cost- effectiveness in treatment.

Fewer chemicals and safe, natural remedies are sought after. Emphasis is being placed on “True Health Care” — that is, caring for yourself while you’re healthy.

My Purpose

My purpose is simple — to guide you in taking control of your health in a private environment while you are working at achieving your optimum health goals.