Professional Registered
Massage Therapy for Bobcaygeon

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Hours of Operation

11am – 5:30pm  Elaine Bird
9am – 5:30pm  Katherine Greig
9am – 5:30pm Katherine Greig
9am – 3pm  Elaine Bird
9am – 3pm  Elaine Bird

Please Note:
Please arrive wearing a mask and wait in your vehicle. You will be waved you in from the parking lot.   

Our Clinic

Bobcaygeon Massage Therapy Clinic has a strong client base of people wanting to maintain optimal health. We regularly take referrals from MD’s for injuries and chronic conditions. 

Located in Bobcaygeon, 3401 County. Rd. 36, in the Turner Moore building across from Buckeye marina. Less than 1 km south of the municipal building. We are a highly reputable clinic with strong community ties.

The Team

Elaine Bird – Registered Massage Therapist

Elaine is a Registered Massage Therapist (R.M.T.) who has been in practice since 1995. She is a member of both the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario and the Ontario Massage Therapist Association. Elaine regularly increases her knowledge and skills in many areas including: Shiatsu, Reiki, Feldenkrais Spinal Awareness, Cranial Sacral, joint mobilization, shoulder dysfunction, and lymph drainage. 

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Katherine Greig – Registered Massage Therapist

After spending 17 years in Vancouver BC, a lifelong interest in health and a holistic approach to well being led Katherine to move back to her hometown of Toronto in 2008 to pursue a career transition from costuming into massage therapy.  Graduating in 2010 from the accelerated program at Elmcrest College she went on to practice in both spa and clinical settings in the city before moving to the Bobcaygeon area in the spring of 2015. As an RMT in good standing with the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario (CMTO), as well as the Registered Massage Therapists Association of Ontario (RMTAO), she incorporates a combination of traditional Swedish massage, manual lymph drainage, joint mobilization, sports massage, Cranial-Sacral, deep tissue and fascial techniques in order to tailor her treatments to individual client needs.  When not treating clients Katherine is most often found in her garden or paddling her kayak on one of the many local waterways


All prices as recommended by the College of Massage Therapy

Frequently Asked Questions

Why Massage Therapy?

Of all the senses, touch is the most essential to life.  Touch is communicated through the skin, the body’s largest organ.  Massage thereapy has far-reaching effects on every system in the body.

What is Massage Therapy?

Massage Therapy is the manipulation of the soft tissue of the body (muscles, skin, connective tissue, tendons, ligaments, membranes) to gain a theraputic response.  Massage will soothe your aches and pains and counteract tension.  It will decrease the discomforts of chronic conditions and promote proper healing of injuries. You will go home feeling recharge and ready to take care of yourself.

What happens during a massage treatment?

You will be  required to fill in a confidential health history form (copy here to fill in before your come). Based upon this information and the assessment, the goals of treatment are discussed and the treatment plan is explained.

The massage therapist gives you privacy while you get on and off the massage table.  Many of the techniques are based on direct skin contact.  Your body will be covered at all times, except for the specific areas to be treated.  The therapist checks with you to make sure the techniques are effective.

At the end of the treatment you are given self care information to take home.

How often?

If you have an acute condition you may require treatment twice in one week. However, many conditions can be treated periodically.  Massage keeps you at your optimal health. Your body benefits from a regular tune up.

What does massage therapy offer relief from?

  • Lower back, hip, neck and shoulder muscle pain/discomfort 
  • Headaches 
  • Arthritis
  • Whiplash
  • Chronic stress or tension
  • Sciatica
  • TMJ dysfunction
  • Strain or sprain
  • Postural problems
  • Tendinitis or Bursitis
  • Depression or Anxiety
  • Sleep disorders
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Contusions
  • Scoliosis
  • Respiratory Condition
  • Post-surgical Conditions, scar tissue, edema
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Gift Cards for Sale!

If you are looking for a special gift card for that special someone, consider a custom Art Card by Jessica Duncan! Cards will soon be available at the office.

Bobcaygeon Massage Therapy Clinic / Accountant’s Turner Moore Building

3401 County Road 36 Bobcaygeon ON K0M1A0
Phone: 705.738.6363