Yes! We are OPEN!
RMT's are regulated Health Professionals. We will continue to strictly adhere to the Ministry of Health's COVID 19 Operational Requirements.
Maintain, Recover, Unwind
Quinte Massage Therapy is one of the newest massage clinics in Quinte and we have some of the most experienced Massage Therapists in the region. We attract and retain some of the leaders in the RMT profession.
Our therapists have been seen in the media for helping organize fundraisers, volunteering at local events and coaching local college sports teams.
Whether you're looking to mange chronic pain, recover from a sports injury, or just looking to de-stress, our team of skilled Registered Massage Therapists can help. Using individualized treatment and education, we work with you to maximize your wellness goals.
Massage Therapy That Works
Quinte Massage Therapy
Barb Matteucci RMT (Owner)
Barb completed her Massage Therapy education at Sir Sandford Fleming College in 2003. Since then Barb has continued to increase her skills and techniques through such courses as pregnancy massage, Theraband remedial exercise, myofascial release, doula certification, and cupping therapy.
Barb has also worked with athletes and volunteered at many events in the community. She enjoys working with clients who strive to improve their physical function, prevent and improve injuries to enhance their quality of life.
Barb has instructed Massage Therapy at Trillium College in Kingston and continues to study herself to improve her skills and techniques.
Co-founder of the Butterfly Run Quinte, Barb continues to support and volunteer with local families who have experienced pregnancy or infant loss.
Mike Scott RMT
Mike Scott RMT graduated from the Algonquin College Massage Therapy program in 2007.
While in school Mike worked at a specialty running store in Ottawa and acquired a special interest in assessing and treating running injuries and imbalances. Mike continues his interest to this day helping runners pre and post race.
Mike is also a Personal Trainer at Mindful Movements Studio helping his clients to improve postural imbalances, increase endurance and strength for activities of daily living/sports and to maintain or improve mobility.
After attending continuing education courses in nerve mobilization, Mike has also developed a keen interest in treating nerve issues such as sciatica.
Always eager to gain more knowledge and skills, mike enjoys doing research related to massage therapy during his free time. He recently completed additional courses for assessment and treatment for conditions related to pelvis and sacrum misalignment.
Susie Tanzola RMT
Susie completed her Massage Therapy training in 2007 in Barrie, Ontario.
Since graduating, she has taken additional courses in reflexology, indie head massage, and deep tissue massage.
Susie started her career as a massage therapist in Petawawa, where she worked at a wellness spa and a physiotherapy clinic, and joined the team in 2012 when her and her husband were posted to Trenton.
Susie is continuing to grow her clientele, and is dedicated to providing quality therapeutic massage.
Jordan MacQuarrie RMT
Jordan was born and raised north of Thunder Bay, On. where he enjoyed a physically active upbringing containing competitive sports, community involvement and constant time in the outdoors. He completed a degree in Kinesiology at Lakehead University in 2012 before moving on to Ottawa to complete a diploma in Massage Therapy at Alqonquin College in 2014.
He is an active member with the RMTAO and CMTO, and splits his time between Quinte Massage Therapy and Loyalist College where he coaches varsity volleyball and works as a skill development coach throughout the summer.
Prior to moving to Belleville and joining the team, Jordan gained valuable experience in Ottawa working with a diverse range of clientele both in clinical (Chiropractic & Physiotherapy clinics), as well as working with club sports teams in the volleyball and soccer realms. He enjoys taking continuing education courses and staying up to date on current manual therapy and movement education.
Most recently Jordan has finished the Functional Range Conditioning course which looks at maintaining and improving joint range of motion on and off the table. He believes in using first and foremost great communication with his clients in order to use Massage Therapy in a way that best lines up with their individual objectives and requests as everyone is different! After a brief discussion to determine the outcomes best suited for the client, Jordan uses a range of techniques combined with patient education and home care to find a plan of care that best lines up with the clients goals and pace.
Danielle Gorel RMT
Danielle graduated from the Sir Sandford Fleming Massage Therapy program in 2011. She is passionate about the benefits of massage therapy, and enjoys treating clients of all ages.
Since becoming an RMT, she has continued her education with courses in cupping and dynamic taping. She loves being able to use these, and other massage techniques to relieve pain and discomfort in her clients.
Victoria studied Massage Therapy at Algonquin College in Ottawa and graduated in 2012. She worked at a Massage Therapy Clinic in Ottawa until her spouse was posted to CFB Trenton earlier in 2020.
Victoria volunteered on the Board of Directors of the Registered Massage Therapy Association of Ontario from 2017-2020 where she worked to advocate for the Massage Therapy Profession.
With her skills in deep tissue, sports massage, TMJ, trigger point therapy and manual lymph drainage, Victoria works to educate her clients, allowing them to reach their therapeutic goals. She is also experienced in Scar Tissue Manipulation, and myofascial release which she will continue to become educated and further her skills.
Victoria has experience with pre/post-natal massage and has been fortunate enough to provide labor support and attend a few births. She is trained as a Doula and is excited to aid laboring mothers and their partners in bringing new life into the world.
Victoria is a cycling enthusiast and uses two-wheel drive during the summer months. Other than Massage Therapy, she has a passion for painting and sketching.
REGISTERED MASSAGE THERAPY
HOT STONE MASSAGE
"Massage therapy consists primarily of hands-on manipulation of the soft tissues of the body, specifically, the muscles, connective tissue, tendons, ligaments and joints for the purpose of optimizing health.
Massage therapy treatment has a therapeutic effect on the body and optimizes health and well-being by acting on the muscular, nervous and circulatory systems. Physical function can be developed, maintained and improved; and physical dysfunction and pain and the effects of stress can be relieved or prevented through the use of Massage Therapy.
Before a treatment, your Massage Therapist will propose a personalized treatment plan based on an initial assessment and health history. The assessment consists of various tests to determine the condition of your muscles and joints. Any personal and health information you provide to your Massage Therapist is completely confidential and will be safeguarded. Your health record cannot be released or transferred without your written consent."
College of Massage Therapists of Ontario
During a hot stone massage, the techniques of a regular massage are applied, however the therapist holds hot stones in their hands and uses them to massage with. This allows the therapist to get deeper into the muscles without applying more pressure, helping the client relax further.
The stones are smooth and flat and are made of a volcanic rock type called basalt. These particular stones are chosen because of their ability to retain heat.
It is very important to let your therapist know if the stones are too hot. Your therapist will always have a bowl of cold water to place the stones in if they are too hot, and the temperature on the stone warmer can be adjusted throughout the treatment.
Due to the time to heat and sanitize the stones there is an additional $20 fee per session.
Currently not available due to Covid-19 Restrictions
A focused pressure technique directed on the feet. It is based on the premise that there are zones and reflexes on the feet which correspond to and are relative to all parts, glands and organs within the body. When these reflexes are stimulated, the body's natural electrical energy works along with the nervous system to clear any blockages in the corresponding zones.
Reflexology that is provided by a Registered Massage Therapist will be covered by extended healthcare benefits.
Please contact us if you have questions.
Cupping therapy is a specific type of alternative medicine that involves placing cups on the skin. By placing the cups upside down on the skin, it creates a suction that encourages healthier and more active circulation of blood. The increased blood supply is believed to be healthy for the general functioning of the body. It can also encourage faster healing of various body parts, whatever the existing ailment may be.
Cupping therapy is known to be safe especially when it is performed correctly and by health professionals who are trained to do so. Nonetheless, there are some potential side effects that may arise or that a patient may become vulnerable to. These include bruises and mild discomfort.
PRENATAL / POSTPARTUM MASSAGE
Prenatal Massage can help alleviate muscle tension, cramps and spasms in the legs, hips, lower back, rib cage and neck areas. It helps to improve blood and lymph circulation, which can reduce swelling especially in the lower body. Prenatal Massage also prevent possibilities of compensations (ex. poor posture due to expanding belly) and encourages relaxation and stress reduction, which benefits both mom and growing baby
Postpartum Massage can alleviate muscular tension and fatigue as well as help improve circulation due to changes in postures as a new mom. Postpartum Massage aids in recovery and correcting posture.
The following is a list of conditions for which massage therapy, when provided by a RMT, can prove beneficial:
Acute & Chronic Pain
Fractures and edema
Chronic fatigue syndrome
Post surgical rehabilitation
Stress and stress related conditions
Stress related tension
Repetitive Stress Injuries
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
Sprains and Strains
30 Minutes $60.00
45 Minutes $80.00
60 Minutes $95.00
75 Minutes $120.00
90 Minutes $145.00
Hot Stone Massage 45 min $95.00
Hot Stone Massage 60 min $115.00
*All fees include HST
Debit, Credit or Email Money Transfer accepted
WE OFFER DIRECT BILLING!
This means if you have insurance coverage we can bill your insurance company directly for payment, and you only have to pay the small portion (if any) that is not covered. Less out-of -pocket money for massage therapy is awesome!
IMPORTANT NOTE: We use a third party program to bill your insurance company. Sometimes, even for no reason, they decline the request. You are required to pay for your appointment if your insurance company, or the third party declines the request, for any reason.
HOURS OF OPERATION
Monday 8am - 6pm
Tuesday 8am - 6pm
Wednesday 8am - 6pm
Thursday 8am - 6pm
Friday 8am - 6pm
Saturday Based on therapist availability