Nicolas Ledoux,

Nicolas Ledoux, Massage Therapist and Owner

I have practiced massage therapy for 28 years and specialize in Shiatsu, Swedish massage, and Tibetan reflexology. I also work on deep structures, myofascial tissues and trigger points. My approach is client-centered and intuitive, meaning I tailor the massage to the individual's needs, using movement as a guide. I have experience working with athletes and individuals with chronic pain and generalized anxiety. I aim to provide the proper massage for the moment while always respecting the client's limits and personal journey.


Mélanie Pamerleau, Osteopath D.O.

After completing her bachelor's degree in microbiology at Université Laval in 2001, Mélanie decided to change her career path and find a profession that would allow her to work more closely with people. With over 20 years of clinical experience, she started her practice as a massage therapist and later pursued osteopathy at Collège d'Études ostéopathiques de Montréal. Since then, she has worked with diverse clients, including newborns, the elderly, pregnant women, amateur sportspeople and LGBTQIA+ individuals. Her remarkable qualities include her attentive listening skills and her ability to provide a gentle and in-depth approach.

Mélanie is particularly interested in managing chronic and acute pain, stress and anxiety, digestive disorders and concussion. She continues to upgrade her skills and knowledge every year to enhance her practice and better understand clinical cases. Mélanie is a member of Osteopathy Quebec.

Josée Blais

Josée Blais, Massage Therapist

I have been practicing massage therapy since 2004 and have received over 2,000 hours of training in various techniques to help alleviate physical discomfort, relieve pain and tension, soothe your mind, and minimize the adverse effects of stress. I customize the depth and rhythm of the massage to meet your specific needs.

I offer a variety of massage techniques, including Swedish massage, Momentum, Polarity, Vodder Manual Lymph Drainage, Lomi-Atsu, Integrated Fasciatherapy, Integrated Cranial Therapy, Integrated Visceral Therapy, massage for pregnant women, trigger point work, Reiki, and myofascial decompression using suction cups. Additionally, I have developed my own techniques to release tension caused by office work, neck and shoulder pain, and tension at the base of the skull.

I enjoy helping people restore their balance and strength. My motivation stems from my passion for human nature. I am constantly updating my skills to provide innovative solutions to my clients.

Anne Valérie Jasmin

Anne Valérie Jasmin, Massage Therapist

I provide massage therapy using a psychosomatic approach. I have over 20 years of experience and specialize in a variety of techniques, including hatha yoga, contemplative analytical meditation, Swedish, Californian, and Shiatsu massage, Fasciatherapy, Reiki, Lomi Lomi Nui, and Chi Nei Tsang, an abdominal massage technique that originates from QiQong.

As a graduate of ARCHE in Ericksonian Hypnosis, I am continually amazed by the vast potential of body-mind support techniques.

During a massage session, I utilize fluid and all-encompassing maneuvers that are slow and gentle, allowing me to better access the depths of the body while respecting its structures. I place great emphasis on actively listening to my clients and encouraging the emergence and use of body awareness on a daily basis. Whether in silence or through dialogue, I view this work as a dance, an art of presence, and a space that is offered for regeneration. Ultimately, this is a shared act of seeking balance.

Véronik Aubin-Morel

Véronik Aubin-Morel, Massage Therapist

I am certified in kinetic Swedish massage, integrated fascia therapy and chair massage. My extensive understanding of anatomy, biomechanics, and physiology allows me to approach the human body holistically. I am committed to working with you to address musculoskeletal issues, fascial problems, chronic pain, scar tissue, and migraines or simply to help you relax and ease anxiety, stress or fatigue. My treatment involves a personalized approach that is gentle, precise and tailored to your specific needs.

Philippe Guidetti

Philippe Guidetti, Massage Therapist

I am trained in both Swedish and Californian massage techniques, which I combine to offer a complete and customized experience to my clients. Whether you want to relax, slow down, relieve stress or release tension, I can help. I am attentive to my client's needs and adjust my maneuvers accordingly. My movements are slow, comforting, and encompassing, and I adapt the depth of my massage to suit your needs and expectations. Most importantly, I always respect your individual feelings.

Chloé Ottaviano, Naturopath

My vision of naturopathy is to search for the root causes of deep-seated imbalances to better understand them. I then tailor naturopathic approaches and tools to each individual person. I use the practical and science-based aspects of current naturopathy while exploring its traditional and holistic dimensions. I am passionate about making health information accessible to everyone so that people can take control of their own health and well-being. Naturopathy is a way to get to know yourself better, and I would be happy to guide you on this journey using my knowledge and expertise.

Kathleen Mcmeekin, Acupuncturist

Kathleen is a practitioner of traditional Chinese acupuncture who uses Integrative Neuro-Meridian Acupuncture and trigger point therapy to help her clients improve their physical and psychological well-being. She works with patients of all ages and treats a wide range of health issues. Kathleen provides a calm and caring environment that encourages healing. Her approach involves carefully listening to and analyzing each patient's individual situation to identify the most suitable treatment for their condition.

Ève-Marie Gingras

Ève-Marie Gingras, Massage Therapist (Longueuil branch)

I fell in love with massage therapy after experiencing its physical and emotional benefits during my first massage. I wanted to share these benefits with others, so I began training in Swedish Kinetic Massage© at Institut Kiné-Concept. I graduated in 2006 and continued my training in Shiatsu. I believe in the importance of learning, so I have also completed courses in massage for pregnant women, chair massage, therapeutic cupping, and training given by Wataru Ohashi, a leading figure in Shiatsu massage, called "Understanding the Language of the Body".
I prioritize listening, intuition, and creativity in my practice to cater to each person's unique needs.

Line Godbout

Line Godbout, Tuina Therapist, Yoga and QiGong Teacher

In 2006, I was introduced to the internal martial arts of Neigong, Qigong, and Tai Chi. These practices provide a stable place to recharge your batteries: your body. Discovering these disciplines opened the door to a vast universe I was unaware of. I realized I had a new potential to develop, leading to a new vision of health. In 2010, I became curious about the different schools of thought and eager to learn more about the subject, so I was drawn to yoga. I had already experienced its benefits by attending courses, workshops, seminars, and retreats. I decided to share my knowledge and completed several teacher training courses. Since then, I have been teaching and continuing my apprenticeship under the guidance of the masters. My teaching is precise, considering the body as a whole as an intelligent vehicle capable of self-healing. I invite students to explore, experiment, and discover body mechanics and energy circulation. I encourage them to consider bodywork daily, which can be achieved through various approaches.

Maxime Lavoie,

Maxime Lavoie, Kinesiologist

Maxime is an experienced personal trainer with nearly 17 years of experience. He studied kinesiology at Acadia University, located in Wolfville, Nova Scotia. After completing his studies, he moved to Montreal to pursue his career as a kinesiologist. He worked for the Nautilus Plus group for 7 years and two years at the Institut Universitaire de gériatrie de Montréal (IUGM) as a supervising kinesiologist. In 2010, Maxime began working as a kinesiologist at the endocrinology clinic at the Jewish General Hospital in Montreal. He set up a kinesiology service there and worked with doctors to help patients take control of their lives and regain their health.

Julie Dionne

Julie Dionne, Massage Therapist

After a 22-year career as an acrobat, of which 15 years were spent with Cirque du Soleil, I have decided to change my career path and become a massage therapist. My extensive knowledge of dance and circus arts and my passion, curiosity, and eagerness to learn more about the human body have led me to pursue this new career. I have trained in various massage therapy techniques, including Swedish massage, deep tissue massage, integrated fascia therapy, perinatal massage therapy, and therapeutic cupping and periarticular work. With a holistic, precise, and intuitive approach, I create a comfortable space for my clients, allowing them to experience a soothing moment and a true return to the heart of the body.

Erika Pernot

Erika Pernot, Massage Therapist

I first discovered my passion for massage therapy through Swedish massage. I then decided to pursue professional training in this technique. Following that, I furthered my knowledge in chair massage, which is a form of massage accessible to everyone. Recently, I had the opportunity to study Deep Flow, a technique inspired by postural alignment principles, guided breathing and myofascial release. I also trained in fascia therapy and Deep Tissue. I am continuously improving my skills to provide high-quality service that brings you relief and well-being.

Marie-Claire Oziel

Marie-Claire Oziel, Massage Therapist

Marie-Claire has been using massage therapy as a means to explore human potential since 1996. Over the years, she has studied and practiced various physical and energetic approaches, with Swedish massage and Shiatsu as her main disciplines. She has also gained experience in yoga, dance, and somatic education (such as Feldenkrais and Access Bars) to achieve her own autonomy and better help others achieve greater well-being.

"A massage session is more than just a moment of relaxation; it can help reduce stress and improve your overall health. I believe in the intelligence of the human body, which has the power to heal itself. Taking the time to relax and give yourself a break is crucial. You will enjoy a pleasant moment and a timeless experience while reaping the benefits of massage therapy.

- I look forward to meeting you!"

Marie-Claire Oziel

Elisabeth Garreau, Yoga and Yoga Nidra Teacher

Elisabeth was introduced to yoga by her grandmother when she was five. She has regularly practiced yoga for over 20 years and graduated in 2021 as a certified teacher (200 hours, Mile End Studio), specializing in yoga nidra from the Satyam Institute. Elisabeth's classes suit both beginners and advanced students, and she respects each student's abilities. Her classes will provide you with a sense of well-being and total relaxation.

Richard Nam Phong Lê

Richard Nam Phong Lê, Massage Therapist

I am a massage therapist trained since 2016 in various techniques such as Swedish massage, Californian massage, deep tissue, Lomi Lomi, Integrated Visceral Therapy, foot reflexology and Yoga-Thai massage.

I offer a holistic and intuitive approach to massage therapy, providing a comforting touch that is both firm and enveloping. I use my knowledge and expertise to create a personalized massage experience that meets your unique needs, whether you require targeted treatment or simply want to relax and escape. My massages are designed to profoundly affect your mind and body, leaving you feeling rejuvenated and refreshed.

Line Robitaille

Line Robitaille, Massage Therapist

Line is a highly experienced massage therapist with over 35 years of experience. She specializes in several massage techniques, such as Swedish, Californian, Momentum, Lomi-Lomi, and Reiki. Line uses her intuition and clients' needs to decide which technique to use during massage sessions. Her clients have praised her for the calming and positive presence she brings to her work. Line's extensive experience is evident in the quality of her services.

Her massage technique is soothing and personalized, adapting to your body's unique needs for a harmonious and unifying experience.

Are you looking for a peaceful escape from your busy routine? Line's approach is designed for you. You will experience deep meditation and lasting therapeutic effects.

Kyana Lyne

Kyana Lyne, Massage Therapist

I am a Setsuko School graduate from Montreal and have received 1000 hours of professional training in various massage techniques. I am equipped to offer a wide range of approaches, including Swedish massage, deep tissue massage, myofascial massage, trigger point relief, meridian reflexology, polarity, prenatal massage, cupping, chair massage, and sports massage.

As a holistic therapist, I use various therapeutic massage techniques, traditional Chinese medicine, and Ayurvedic principles to promote balance, harmony, and healing in your body. I always listen carefully and respectfully to what you and your body tell me. I rely on my intuition and expertise to identify and release energetic, structural, and psychosomatic blockages. With an empathetic and attentive approach, I tailor each session to your specific needs and focus on your overall well-being.

Morgane Delabi

Morgane Delabi, Osteopath

I am a graduate of Idheo Nantes in France. I discovered osteopathy at a young age, owing to my involvement in sports. Years of competitive ballet dancing led me to consult my osteopath, which further fueled my desire to enter the world of healthcare. Thanks to my five years of study and work placements in hospitals, I've acquired the skills needed to treat a wide range of patients, from babies to the elderly, athletes, and pregnant women. What's more, an exchange to London as part of the Erasmus programme enabled me to broaden my thinking about my osteopathic practice. I aim to offer patients comprehensive treatment that meets their needs with empathy and kindness.

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