Swedish Massage and simple, effective home care advice in a quiet, cozy setting in Rossland, British Columbia.
Excellent pain relief/shoulders and lower back
I went to see Nicole as I have seen her before regarding pain issues. I also asked for a head massage. I found that she worked on my body so expertly and seemed to know how to address the areas causing pain. I really enjoyed the head massage and later it continued to relax my neck and head area.
Nicole has the magic touch. The space you walk into is cozy and warm, the music is always perfect and she is very careful to ask for any areas that you wish to have more focus on. I have yet to not relax so deeply that i don't drool just a wee bit.
I had a 60 min. massage with Nicole and felt that her hands were very responsive to my aching body.. As a visitor from Ontario I will be sure to come back!
Nicole's treatments are always very attentive and soothing. She seems to know what I need before I ask for it. I was always trying different RMTs, but once I found Nicole I stopped shopping around!
I'll be back...
Nicole is always very professional and I have benefited from her treatments very much. The office environment is clean and calming. I am happy to have her as one of my natural healing practitioners!
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2033 Saint Paul Street
Canada, V0G 1Y0
PO Box 2442
Street parking is available out front on Saint Paul Street
***Except during Winter. Please park downtown on Columbia Avenue. I'm just a few minutes walk from there***
NICOLE ROSE, REGISTERED MASSAGE THERAPIST
Nicole graduated from the West Coast College of Massage Therapy in 2003. She began her Vancouver based massage practice in 2004 and worked on Commercial Drive for 9 years before making the move to Rossland in October 2013. Until she opened Rossland Massage Therapy in July of 2106, Nicole worked at the well known massage therapy clinic, The Essential Body.
Nicole uses classic Swedish Massage and heat as the main modalities in her massages, working with moderate to deep pressure, within your comfort zone of pain tolerance. Relaxation and comfort are always at the centre of your massage. Please leave any "no pain, no gain" ideas at home as they don't apply on Nicole's massage table! (This moderate approach to massage has been proven to be just as effective as "deep tissue massage" for alleviating soft tissue pain, but without the discomfort.)
Nicole believes massage to be a valid and beneficial component of self-care and rehabilitation and enjoys receiving regular massage as part of her own health care strategy.
In her ongoing attempt to provide her clients with a high standard of care, Nicole is currently educating herself on the latest science based findings on human anatomy, pain, and the prevalent myths and misinformation about massage therapy.
Should you drink water after a massage? Not unless you are thirsty! Read all about it in this fantastic (and thorough) article by Paul Ingraham: https://www.painscience.com/articles/drinking-water-after-massage.php