Swedish Massage | Massage Heights Canada

Swedish Massage

Swedish Massage is often referred to as the "relaxing massage." Your Massage Heights Therapist will use light to firm pressure on a range of of long, smooth strokes, with kneading and friction techniques on the more superficial layers of the muscles, combined with active and passive movements of the joints.

Swedish Massage is just one of the massage modalities we may incorporate as we customize your massage.

Our Selection of Massages

Relax into one of our Massage Heights Signature Therapeutic Massages.
Each retreat offers customizable techniques to elevate your everyday.

Swedish Massage

Swedish Massage is often referred to as the "relaxing massage." Your Massage Heights Therapist...

Couples Massage
Couples Massage

Nothing says love like the gift of relaxation.  What better way to give that gift than share...

Prenatal Massage

Pregnancy Massage is a special type of a massage therapy tailored specifically to the needs of...

Deep Tissue

Deep Tissue Massage releases the chronic patterns of tension in the body through slow strokes...

Sports Massage
Sports Massage

Sports Massage can be characterized two ways: pre-activity and post-activity massage. Pre-...

Heighten your massage experience with our Elevations.

Face Massage
The combination of soothing warm eucalyptus misted towels and cool stones revitalizes your complexion by allowing beneficial oxygen and nutrients to penetrate the skin. Also helps reduce eye inflammation and sinus pain.
Intensify the restorative properties of your massage, relieve stress and tension, and rid the body of toxins with the thermotherapeutic effects of our relaxing hot stone massage.
Tired feet and legs find relief with our Reviving Foot Scrub Elevation. An all-natural therapeutic scrub provides maximum hydration and exfoliation to the feet, while aromatherapy blends of Lemongrass, Tea Tree Oil, Basil and Lavender essential oils help Revive the skin.
Dynamic Cupping is a massage technique that uses soft silicone cups. The suction is caused by negative air pressure that creates a drawing action of the tissues. The lasting results are highly effective at separating tissue layers that may be consistently tight, adhered or knotted.