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I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your continued support with our Clinic here at Suzanne’s. We miss you all and are hopping you are all safe and healthy. We appreciate your kind thoughts and prayers during these difficult times. I pray and hope everyone stays safe.

We understand we are all impacted by this current situation. The health and safety of our Clients, Therapist and Families is our utmost priority, we all have a role to play in the collective fight against COVID-19.

We want to ensure to our clients that they have not been forgotten and that as soon as the Government and Public Health announce that the COVID-19 is under control and safe for everyone concerned we will open the clinic and begin to treat immediately. In the meantime, all appointments scheduled under this closure will need to be postponed and rescheduled. We will work with you to make sure you are looked after as soon as this COVID-19 closure is lifted. We ask for your help as so many appointments are affected. If for some reason we have not contacted you please contact us, we want to hear from you.

While we cannot offer Massage Therapy, Esthetics or Foot care until the virus is under control and we are all safe, we are offering all in stock skin care, foot care, and medi ice products at 30% off.

We can take your order by email, text or Facebook/pm. Payment can be made by email transfer, pickup time can be arranged and the parcel will be left at the door with your name on it.

We will continue to closely monitor the situation as it develops. We encourage you to stay at home. Please take care of yourself and your loved ones. Rest assured that we stand together in this exceptional situation.

If you have any questions or concerns or need some direction in home care, please do not hesitate to contact us.


Suzanne Ritchie VandenTillaart
Morgan Kerber


Are you a Registered Massage Therapist?

Suzanne Ritchie and Morgan Kerber are registered with the College of Massage Therapist of Ontario.

Registered Massage Therapists have the highest standards in North America after completing a rigorous three-year training program.

All RMTs are required to participate in ongoing training and education to ensure their skills remain current.

Do I need a Doctor's Referral?

No, a doctor's referral is not required for your initial visit. We do, however, recommend that you obtain a referral if possible because some Extended Health Plans require one before you can receive reimbursement.

Am I covered under OHIP?

OHIP does not cover massage therapy treatments, but most extended health benefit plans do.

If you have insurance through your employer, you can inquire about your massage therapy allowance. Some insurance companies require a medical note prior to paying out for massage.

Am I covered under my Employer's Extended Health Benefits Plan?

You can ask your insurance provider if it provides a massage therapy under your health pan.

Do you accept RCMP/Veteran's Affairs (DVA)?

RCMP members are covered for massage therapy. Our clinic can direct bill Blue Cross. Please advise us when making your first appointment that you are a member of the RCMP.

What should I expect at my first visit?

At the beginning of your initial visit, you will be asked to complete a brief medical history and description of the condition that you are seeking treatment for.

Your therapist will also take you through a thorough assessment of your current condition or injury. These are vital steps in your treatment because it allows your therapist to formulate a treatment plan for you. It is important that you provide the therapist with as much information as possible.

After your examination, the hands-on portion of the treatment will begin. You will be properly covered for privacy with only the immediate area being treated exposed. During the hands-on portion, your therapist will en sure you are comfortable with both the environment and the pressure being used.

It is common for your therapist to take a moderate approach during the first visit to determine your tissue response. Be sure to let your therapist know if anything feels uncomfortable or painful, and feel free to ask questions before, during, or after your treatment.

Your therapist's goal is rehabilitation and prevention and she will discuss and provide direction to you on such topics as exercise, posture, stretching and other areas of self-care.

What do I wear to an appointment?

Your regular clothes are fine. You may be asked to partially disrobe but you will be properly covered for privacy and comfort.

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188 Franklin Rd
P.O. Box 161
Trent River, Ontario, K0L 2Z0