Life Force Wellness

Bodywork with Elena

While I am offering four different styles of massage,  it is the most effective, in my practice, to allow the body to guide me as a therapist and my client into an intuitive treatment that may include a  combination of  different techniques from all three styles. I also may include fascial work, sound healing and exercise therapy. I am a Registered Massage Therapist with Kinesiology degree and an experienced yoga and meditation teacher and practitioner, that makes my treatments based in science, creativity and spirituality. 

Sports Massage

Sports Massage is based on the client's athletic/injury recovery/postural needs . It includes deep tissue massage, active release, passive and resistant stretch, join mobilization and exercise therapy to help a client to recover from an injury, improve athletic performance or correct the posture.

Deep Tissue Massage

It's a great deep body work for those who are ready for a deep release of trigger points, myofascial stretch, releasing tension and blocks on all levels: physical, emotional, mental, spiritual. Common techniques: muscle stripping, trigger point pressure & stretch, joint traction etc.

Swedish Massage

If you are longing for a deep relaxation and rejuvenation without intense pressure -this treatment is right for you. It includes different Swedish techniques as well as stretches, gentle join mobilization, with optional aromatherapy  and sound healing.

~Lomi Lomi ~

Lomi lomi is a traditional Hawaiian massage that uses a combination of massage techniques, nut oils, and sometimes elements of prayer, breathing and dance to restore energy and soothe the body. It is also known as the 'loving hands' massage. This name helps to explain its principles - the massage works gently yet deeply into the muscles with continuous, flowing strokes, allowing the recipient to relax and give in to the nurturing touch.

Lomi lomi works from the belief that memories are not just stored in the brain and mind, but also in every cell of the human body. The long, continuous strokes of the massage are designed to help the body let go of its old patterns and behaviours, which can cause as many stresses and strains as muscle tension.

Hawaiian Lomi Lomi

'Lomi lomi' translates to 'rub rub' in Hawaiian, and reflects the broad, flowing strokes made with the therapist's fingers, thumbs, palms, arms and elbows. Macadamia, palm and coconut oils are usually used as moisturisers in lomi lomi massage, to keep the strokes smooth and to nourish the skin.

Many believe that the healing art of Lomi lomi was brought to Hawaii by the earliest Polynesian settlers, while others believe that it is deeply infused with the practice of ‘living aloha’ - a carry-over from ancient Hawaii and the mystical land of Mu. The Hawaiian lomi lomi massage can also be referred to as Kahuna bodywork.

Benfits of Lomi lomi massage

Lomi lomi aims to treat the body and mind as one whole being. It is thought to:

release tension

assist blood and lymph flow

eliminate waste and stimulate toxins

rejuvenate the body

instil a sense of peace, harmony and wellbeing.

What our customers are saying

I met Elena in Toronto in 2018. She not only helped me achieve my fitness goals she also helped me through some difficult times with her healing yoga, breathing, bodywork and meditations.

Elena is a dream to work with and truly brought me in touch with my feminine side! She cares deeply for her clients and is a dedicated guide and teacher❤️

Priya Joseph

Service Prices

Toronto Special 2022

60 min

$100

Any Massage or PT

Remex Included

90 min 

$145

Any Massage or PT

Remex Included

45 min

$85

Any Massage or PT

Remex Included