Massage Therapy and Hydrotherapy
in Carp Village
We’ve just expanded our team with a second RMT.
Offering Swedish, Deep Tissue, Manual Lymph Drainage, Myofascial Release and Trigger Point Therapy. Treatments can reduce pain and stress, improve circulation, mobility, nerve conductivity and sleep, and are appropriate for a variety of conditions. I will discuss your needs with you in our intake prior to treatment.
Gentle, hands-on treatment that releases tensions deep in the body to relieve pain and dysfunction and improve whole-body wellness. Using a soft touch, I release restrictions in the soft tissues that surround the central nervous system. Craniosacral therapy can be woven into a massage and can also be the sole modality used in your treatment. We will discuss your specific needs in our intake.
Beneficial and safe at all stages of pregnancy. May include a variety of massage modalities to best serve you. I will discuss your needs with you in our intake prior to treatment.
Dry Cedar sauna, Carp Ottawa
Douse the Rocks for Steam!
Privata sauna experience. Conveniently located in the village of Carp. Custom made dry cedar sauna in a fully private suite with plunge tub, shower, and full bathroom and change area. Sessions starting from $40 for 30-minutes.
Our private hydrotherapy room offers a dry cedar sauna, deep soaking tub for hot or cold baths, and shower.
Benefits of Sauna
Deeply relaxing and invigorating, time in the sauna (and combined with a cold plunge bath if you prefer) is so good for you.
Bring a Friend
A sauna booking is ideal with a friend or partner. On weekends we welcome families with young children.
NEW! Private Hydrotherapy Room with sauna, tub and shower available for bookings.
30 mins – $70
45 mins – $90
60 mins – $110
75 mins – $130
90 mins – $150
120 mins – $200
Rate increase as of July 1, 2023. All rates include HST
About Amy Courtney
I am a Registered Massage Therapist, registered with the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario. I’ve been training in and practicing massage and bodywork since 2005. I bring a grounded presence to this work and approach my clients from a whole-person perspective.
I am a graduate of Sutherland-Chan in Toronto and I also studied with Upledger and Esalen Institutes in the U.S. I have experience working in a range of modalities, including deep tissue, myofascial release, trigger point therapy, craniosacral therapy and reiki. I adapt the pressure and pace of my touch to each treatment, giving time for your body to adjust and noticing its most subtle shifts.
I’m an authorized provider for Veterans Affairs Canada (VAC) and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP).
Massage therapy is my second career path. Before becoming an RMT I co-owned an organic vegetable farm in Santa Cruz, California. Now my partner, son and I grow our own food on an acre of property in Kinburn. As a farmer I spent a lot of time with my hands in the earth—and now, through therapeutic touch, I give this goodness back to each client.
Amy’s guiding philosophy is that effective, satisfying massage comes from clear communication anchored in listening.
About Victoria Baylis
Vikki is a Registered Massage Therapist (RMT) with the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario, a Registered Reflexology Practitioner (RRPr) with the Reflexology Council of Ontario and is a registered Veterans’ Affairs Canada Provider.
She was an honours graduate of the International Academy of Massage in Ottawa and a recipient of the Executive Director’s Award for academic achievement.
Vikki has over 20 years experience in providing hands-on care in the medical imaging field and knows that massage therapy can play an important role in enhancing physical and mental wellbeing.
Through her history of endurance trail running Vikki has a deep appreciation of how joyous a well functioning body feels and the role massage therapy can play in maintaining and improving physical function.
Vikki offers personalized hands-on treatments and remedial exercise programs to address many physical issues and has a passion for using massage and reflexology to enhance her client’s mental and physical wellbeing.
Vikki enjoys getting out on the many trails around Ottawa on her Kickbike, practicing Tai Chi and relaxing in her backyard with a good book and a beer.