Ewa has spent many years offering her expertise in field of  Registered Massage Therapy, counseling and alternative medicine.

Ewa Wojcik, M.Ed, RMT

Registered Massage Therapist

Ewa was born in Warsaw, Poland and in 1990 she immigrated to Canada. After attaining a Master of  Education from Poland’s Teachers College Institute, Ewa took additional post-diploma Gerontology Multidisciplinary courses and worked as the Director of Activity & Life Enrichment in Retirement Home. She then spent many years working in the gerontology field as counselor for seniors and community nursing, She recognizes the needs for alternative  medicine in our community. In addition, Ewa finished professional courses in RMT, Acupuncture, Psychology, Behavioral Therapy, Emotional  Trauma, Reiki, and Autogenic Training.

Ewa has spent many years offering her expertise in field of  Registered Massage Therapy, counseling and alternative medicine.


She is an active member of :

College of Massage Therapy Ontario

Ontario Massage Therapist Association

Ontario Osteopathic and Alternative medicine Association





1 HOUR  $ 98 




   Manual therapy using pressure points on the body for purpose of healing and pain management.

Based on the location of stimulation, pressure-generation activates the small  nerves in the muscles and pass stimulation to the higher nerve centers ; studies demonstrated conditioning of primary somatosensory response during the acupressure. Acupressure techniques have been classified in various types depending upon its origin, method and combination with other techniques.

 Osteopathic Manual Treatment

Osteopathic manual treatments focuses on the assessment and treatment of disorders of the body’s structure, whether it is related to the pelvis, peripheral joints, connective tissue , muscles ligaments ,tendon  or  nervous and lymphatic system. Osteopathic manual practitioners use gentle manipulation joints mobilization. Osteopathic manual practitioners offer low grade joints  mobilization  with in  natural range of motion  to correct  bio-mechanical dysfunctions that are related to neuro-musculoskeletal complaints. In addition to this they will also provide soft tissue treatments and  advice regarding exercises, nutrition and lifestyle to promote healing of clients, and reduce pain  and inflammation.

Cupping Therapy

Cupping is a form of healing of  traditional medicine that  believed to be around three thousand years old.,  This form of healing cupping therapy is noninvasive in nature and works on the Chinese surmise that ailments are caused when the “qi” or “chi” or the life force of the body is disrupted because of some ailment or injury. Cupping therapy works to restore this equilibrium and thus heal the patient and provide pain management and anti inflammation. Cupping Therapy takes its name from the cups that the practitioner uses to create vacuums over the affected area of the body.

Cupping is based on the belief that by creating vacuums using cups on specific points of a patient’s body, the life force within that person’s body can be restored to its equilibrium and cure illnesses. All obstructions, pain and inflammations are removed to promote a sense of peace and well being. Cupping promotes blood flow and calms the nervous system while improving blood circulation, it also helps to relax connective tissue. Cupping therapy is a very popular modality in European countries as an anti-aging treatments and detoxification.