Our clients' and therapists' health is our top priority.
If you can answer yes to any of the following questions,
YOU MUST NOT receive massage at this time.
We will be happy to reschedule your appointment!
Have you been told by Public Health (or do you believe) that you are a presumptive or confirmed case of COVID-19?
OR Are you waiting for results from a lab test for COVID-19?
Do you have any symptoms of illness or are you self isolating due to these symptoms?
- a new cough, or worsening chronic cough
- fever / chills
- sore throat
- runny nose
- difficulty breathing
- body aches (from unknown origin)
- marked fatigue
IF YOU HAVE ANY TWO OF THESE SYMPTOMS, YOU SHOULD CALL 811.
For the most up-to-date information about COVID-19 in PEI please refer to www.princeedwardisland.ca/covid19
Many extended health care plans provide full or partial coverage for massage therapy by a registered therapist. Check your plan to determine the terms and conditions of your coverage. Some insurance plans require a doctor's referral.
What is Massage Therapy?
Massage Therapy treats pain and dysfunction throughout the body, creating positive changes in muscle tone and general flexibility. Massage Therapy involves techniques such as deep tissue, myofascial and trigger point therapies, combined with education and remedial exercises to improve body mechanics and overall health. Regular massage is also an excellent way to reduce day-to-day stress and tension, while increasing feelings of tranquility, energy and vitality.
The Benefits of Massage Therapy
Improve speed and quality of healing
Improve range of motion
Improve sleep patterns
Reduce muscle tension
1/2 hour — $45
3/4 hour — $55
1 hour — $70/$75 (depending on therapist)
1+1/4 hour — $90
1+1/2 hour — $110
Hot Stones 1 1/2 hr = $135
Note: These fees are approximate. Individual therapist's fees may vary. All Fees Subject to HST.
Cancellation Policy: We require 24 hours notice to cancel or reschedule appointments. An appointment missed or cancelled with less than 24 hrs notice will be charged the full fee.
Please allow for extra intake and assessment time which is in addition to the scheduled appointment.
As registered massage therapists we provide receipts covered by most extended health care plans.
We accept all major Canadian credit cards, debit, cheque, cash or e-transfer. Direct billing is possible with some plans and some therapists.
Gift Certificates are available from individual therapists.
From a solo home based business in 1990, "Charlottetown Massage Therapy" has expanded to the Charlottetown Area Health Centre in downtown Charlottetown. The clinic includes 6 treatment rooms and the resources of 10 Registered Massage Therapists (RMTs), creating the most experienced group of therapists on the Island.
Martha Robinson graduated from the Virginia School of Massage in 1995, and has been in practice since then, first in Virginia, then in PEI since moving here in 2009. She also enjoyed teaching massage therapy for ten years.
Her slogan is “dedicated to the art of conscious touch”, which pretty much sums up her approach to her work. In 2017 she became a Certified Holistic Aromatherapy Practitioner, and in 2020 she joined Charlottetown Massage Therapy as the new owner. Her latest area of study is Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy. She has served on the board of the PEIMTA as registrar, vice-president, and secretary.
To reach Martha, call
902-393-1322 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mary has worked at Charlottetown Massage Therapy since graduating from Northumberland College in Halifax N.S. with a diploma in Massage Therapy in 2000. She has served as Registrar for The Massage Therapy Association of Prince Edward Island. She grew up in Charlottetown, PEI and has also raised her daughter here. Mary specializes in deep tissue massage, advanced Trigger Point Therapy and Cupping Massage. She also has extensive training in and special equipment for Prenatal Massage.
Jennifer received her massage therapy training at ICT Northumberland College in Halifax before graduating in 2005 and returning home to her beloved Prince Edward Island. Jennifer incorporates elements of Swedish massage, Myofascial and Trigger Point release, holding a firm belief in massage therapy as a valuable tool in treating injuries, pain management, coping with occupational stress and improving overall wellbeing! In recent years Jennifer has received additional training in Prenatal Massage, Reiki II and is a Certified Infant Massage Instructor. Jennifer is the current president of the PEI Massage Therapy Association also working on her Masters of Arts in Island Studies at UPEI
Bobbi graduated from ICT Northumberland College , Halifax N.S in 2000. She has worked in a variety of settings alongside of Physiotherapists, Chiropractors and in Nursing home facilities. Seeing the benefits of massage and its results makes this profession so rewarding. Spending her time with her kids and many activities like gardening, beachtime, and painting fill her non working hours to which she loves.
Hi, I'm glad you're here. I am Brenda Sanders-Passmore, RMT and owner of Sanctuary Yoga and Massage. I'm practicing in my new location at 1 Rochford St. within the Charlottetown Massage Therapy clinic and I can't wait to help you experience effective pain and anxiety management through my holistic healing modalities.
Through my own personal journey, I've transformed myself from chronic pain & fatigue to body ease and improved energy. I have dedicated years of professional development to discover effective scientific, evidence-based practices to treat my debilitating anxiety.
I'm here to help you feel better in your mind and body too by offering you the following services:
Registered Massage Therapy* for TMJ/Jaw, all stages of pregnancy, sports massage as well as typical aches and pains from the daily grind.
Massage and Yoga Therapy Rehab* A combination of massage therapy, gentle yoga, corrective mobility drills and mindfulness.
Ancient Thai Yoga Massage* A massage performed over clothing where I use acupressure, compression and passively take you through yoga postures.
Reiki An energetic modality used to activate the relaxation response intended to help the body balance itself on a very deep level.
Reiki Infused Massage* A more intuitive style of massage incorporating Reiki energy, crystals and essential oils.
Private Yoga Sessions Please contact Brenda for more information!
Chronic Pain & Mental Health Coaching Please contact Brenda for more information!
*indicates services covered under typical employee health benefit plans
Click the link here sanctuaryyogaandmassage.com to begin your healing journey and let me help you Find Your Sanctuary!
Treating many conditions, including: anxiety, depression, back pain, sinus infections, chronic and acute pain, sleep disorders and migraine headaches.
Compliments conventional treatment for cancer and other health issues. Covered under most insurance plans (check with your insurer).
B.Sc, P.B.H.E. R.M.T.
Kim Landry graduated in 2005 from the reputable Sutherland Chan School of Massage Therapy in Toronto, Ontario. Prior to that, she earned a Bachelor of Physical and Health Education from Queen's University and worked as a personal trainer. Throughout her career as a massage therapist, Kim has specialized in sports massage, myofascial release and trigger point therapy. She is also on the board of the PEI Massage Therapist Association. Kim's treatments are very thorough and client centered. Her treatments include a thorough assessment, various massage techniques and self care instructions. When not massaging , Kim is a stay-at-home mom to her 3 beautiful, busy boys, and an avid runner.
Christy graduated on the Dean's List from the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy in Newmarket, ON. Upon her graduation in 2001, she returned to her hometown of Sydney, NS to begin her career. She offers hot stone , lymphatic drainage, pregnancy, relaxation and deep tissue therapeutic treatments. Christy's first love is sports, coaching soccer,basketball and softball at her local highschool for the past 16 years and continues to play hockey and softball herself. She has helped a wide range of athletes prepare for their gameday with a sports massage, treated any injuries leading up to the event from training and in their recovery from it as well. She is moving to PEI to be with her partner and their golden retriever puppy. Christy is excited to become involved in her new community!!
Tanya Veilleux is a graduate of the Atlantic College of Therapeutic Massage in Fredericton, NB. Tanya believes in being very client focused, and tailoring the treatment to every client's individual needs. Some of the techniques she uses in addition to Swedish Massage are Myofascial release, deep tissue, trigger point therapy, and reflexology. Tanya also loves the use of Hot Hydro and Hot Stones to further relax and soften the muscle tissue. She believes very strongly in home care exercises and how they can help further the positive impact of massage therapy. She also has her level 1 craniosacral therapy and a canine animal massage diploma. She deals with animals post surgery and dogs that experience anxiety or have been abused. Tanya enjoys the outdoors loves the Ocean and Kayaking with her spouse and little Chihuahua.
RAc, DTCM, BSc
Laura is a Registered Acupuncturist and holds a Doctor of Traditional Chinese Medicine diploma and Bachelor of Science Degree. She takes great satisfaction in helping people of all ages through the use of Traditional Chinese Medicine and strives to integrate this into today’s modern medicine model. She has special interest in the treatment of acute & chronic pain, fertility & reproductive health, pre & post-natal care, pediatric care, post stroke sequelae, and stress management.
Services offered include:
Traditional Chinese Medicine: offering treatments that may include the use of acupuncture, moxibustion, herbs, electroacupuncture, cupping, gua sha, tui na, qi gong, and recommendations on dietary or lifestyle changes - all in an effort to promote and preserve health in a practical and effective approach.
Cosmetic acupuncture: for the treatment of dermatological problems including acne, eczema, psoriasis, alopecia, pigmentation disruptions, and the reduction in appearances of scars. May also include the use of internal and topical herbs.
Facial Rejuvenation: as a way to enhance your complexion and address concerns such as under eye circles, wrinkles, drooping eye lids, sagging cheeks and chin, dry skin or chapped lips.
For inquiries or to book an appointment, please call 902-314-8624 or email: email@example.com