Therapeutic Treatments for Optimal Breast Health
If you are experiencing pain in your breasts from surgery, injury, blocked milk ducts, mastitis or are looking to establish a deeper relationship with your body, I'm here to help.
Breast Massage for Post-Surgery and in the Childbearing Year
"You do that!?"
Breasts continue to be so sexualized that when you say "breast massage" people don't immediately connect it with being therapeutic. In reality, breast/chest tissue is just another part of our bodies and can have a large impact on our structural and functional make up.
Individuals who have experienced interventions to their breast/chest tissue can be well served by massage therapy as part of their physical and emotional healing process. Massage therapy can help after:
- Breast reduction/augmentation
- Top Surgery
- Pectoral injury
Breast massage provides an opportunity to create a sense of personal empowerment and to get excited about your possibilities of healing.
Treating breast/chest tissue in the childbearing year is another therapy I am thrilled to offer. Massage may be helpful to you if you are experiencing general breast/chest pain and discomfort, blocked milk ducts, and/or mastitis.
I work within the understanding that breast/chest tissue may have psychological and emotional narratives. There may be experiences rooted in these narratives that deserve to be validated and respected. We will discuss all of your options for treatment and create clear boundaries and goals before we begin with informed consent being at the centre of care.
Please feel free to reach out with any questions, you can send them here.
For prenatal and postpartum appointments, I suggest durations no shorter than 60 minutes. This allows time for intake, assessment, treatment and home care direction.
Prices include HST