Steven Street RMT
Steven provides Massage Therapy, Sports Massage Therapy, and Massage Therapy + Cupping.
PLEASE NOTE WE ARE CURRENTLY ONLY OFFERING 60 MINUTE TREATMENTS DURING THESE UNPRECEDENTED TIMES:
Wednesday 12:00 pm – 8:30 pm (appointment times: 1200, 130, 300, 430, 600 & 730)
Friday 12:00 pm – 8:30 pm (appointment times: 1200, 130, 300, 430, 600 & 730)
Saturday 12:45 pm – 6:15 pm (appointment times: 1245, 215, 345 & 515)
Sunday 12:45 pm – 6:15 pm (appointment times: 1245, 215, 345 & 515)
Steven Street is a Registered Massage Therapist. He received his Massage Therapy diploma from Everest College in Ottawa.
He specializes in all types of massage and enjoys working with a diverse range of clients including teachers, children and office workers, as well as professional athletes and body builders. He works with clients of all ages from 4 years of age to 90 with a variety of physical ailments and complaints. Steven has successfully treated clients who have been injured and need assistance in their healing process, prenatal and postnatal, autistic children with Cerebral Palsy, the elderly suffering from dementia, clients with every day aches and pains due to work and stress and clients who just want general upkeep.
Due to his wide range of clientele and experience, Steven has been fortunate enough to help many along their path to health as they become pain free and enjoy improving quality of life. His professionalism and confidence working with a variety of conditions, including specialized treatments in whiplash, (TMJ) Temporal Mandibular Joint discomfort, tension and migraine headaches, plus a variety of other injuries acquired from work, sports or accidents makes him an ideal massage professional if you are suffering with these conditions.
He practices in Swedish massage techniques as well deep tissue techniques to help clients through their healing process as he provides them with a therapeutic treatment.
Steven believes in Massage Therapy and all the benefits clients can receive, whether it’s to reduce everyday stresses, aches or pains, recovery from injury or general maintenance.
It has been proven that touch can aid in the healing process. Whether a mom touching her child to soothe them, a father patting his child on the back to congratulate them or a Massage Therapist helping someone through their healing process, touch is extremely beneficial for multiple reasons.