Registered Massage Therapy

We offer treatments with the following therapists: 


Booking appointments:

You can book your appointment using our online system. Or, contact your therapist directly by phone or email (see below).


Paperwork required:

The health history form is available to download. Or, ask for a paper copy at the studio. You may need a physician referral before your first treatment.


Treatment length and rates:

  • 30 minutes for $55: a good amount of time to focus on one specific area
  • 45 minutes for $70: great for an in-depth focus on one specific area
  • 60 minutes for $85: either a full-body relaxation massage or an in-depth focus on one half of the body
  • 90 minutes for $125: a deluxe treatment that can address the full body with in-depth focus on each area
  • 3-Treatment Package: $235 for three 60-min treatments ($20 in savings)


Allison Purdy, RMT

Allison graduated from the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy in September 2015.

Allison is enthusiastic about massage therapy and its role in overall wellness. She is passionate about working with clients with chronic pain and illness, as well as clients who struggle with depression and anxiety. Allison uses a variety of relaxation and Swedish techniques as well as using myofascial release and trigger point therapy to aid in decreasing pain and increasing relaxation in every person she treats.

She believes in providing a safe space for her clients and is able to tailor each treatment to meet their needs.

To book a treatment with Allison, please use our online system. You may pay by cash, cheque, or debit at your appointment.

allisonpurdyrmt[at] / (226) 791-1612



Jessica Smith, RMT

After being chained to the desk for 10 years, Jessica started back at square one to change careers and now she's making up for lost time with dedication and passion. She brings this energy to each client with comprehensive and accurate assessments, a full toolbox of methods for treatment, and support for self-care after you leave her office. Jessica believes that every body, every ache and pain, every treatment is unique and should be granted the utmost focus and care.

While each treatment is tailored to your body and your needs, Jessica does have the standard tools at her disposal, such as myofascial release, deep tissue treatment, trigger point therapy, facilitated stretching, and many more.

A graduate from the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy, Jessica is excited to continue her education every day in her treatments with you. She is also pursuing a dedicated practise of kung fu to maximize her strength and effectiveness during treatments.

In her spare time, Jessica enjoys being outside, practising kung fu, yoga, and reading.


To book a treatment with Jessica, please use our online system. You may pay by cash, cheque, or debit at your appointment.

jessicasmithrmt[at] / (519) 503-6172



Katerina Garcea, RMT

***Katerina is currently on parental leave and encourages clients to book with our other RMTs until she returns to QSY.

Check out this blog post by Katerina: Yoga & the Importance of Touch: Self Massage & Massage Therapy

Katerina Garcea is a registered massage therapist (RMT) who is passionate about helping others discover how they can use massage therapy to improve their own health and wellness. Whether you are benefiting from the preventive or rehabilitative aspects of massage therapy, Katerina is eager to accompany you along your path towards healthy soft tissue including improved range of motion in your joints and decreased stress and pain. 

Katerina graduated from the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy where she completed an intensive study period that included practical work in the school’s clinic as well as experiences within the community such as with University of Waterloo varsity athletes and with residents and their families at Hospice Wellington.  Katerina holds an Honours BA from McMaster University in Health Studies. At McMaster Katerina’s devotion to a career in health care was solidified when her curiosity in regards to what the word ‘health’ means to Canadians, and women in particular, was sparked.


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