Sara Carter, RMT

Sara graduated top of her class from the International Academy of Massage in Ottawa. She enjoys the challenges of treating a variety of conditions and creating tailored treatment plans for each individual and their needs.  She is excited to join the MyBody team.

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Sylvie Bérubé, RMT

Sylvie has a long held interest in Massage. In 2000, she enrolled at Heritage College and graduated in Massage Therapy in 2003 and has been practicing ever since.  Her focus from the start was to provide a welcoming and professional space for clients to come relax and receive exceptional Massage Therapy care.  Her commitment has resulted in a loyal and long-term relationship with her clients.  Sylvie has taken courses in Trigger Point Therapy, Myofascial release, Schweitzer’s Deep Tissue Therapy, Thermal palms massage and Hot Stone.


Tuesday 1:30pm – 7:30pm

Thursday 10:00am – 2:00pm

Saturday 9:00 – 2:00pm

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Mélisande Carrière

Mélisande graduated from the ‘massage therapy program’ at Collège Boréal in Sudbury in 2009. She is an active member of the College of Registered Massage Therapist of Ontario and also a member of the Registered Massage Therapist Association of Ontario.

As a Registered Massage Therapist, she has experience in diverse environments such as RMT clinics, physiotherapy clinics and spas.  Consequently, she comes to MyBody with a variety of techniques and knowledge. Mélisande is also conscious as to how continuous education is important to her career and to her clients. She’s attended courses such as ‘Myofascial Release Therapy’, ‘Mid/lower Cervical Mobilization’, ‘Shoulder Mobilization’, ‘Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction’, ‘Rib Dysfunction’, amongst others. She is committed to creating and implementing effective and focused treatment plans for each individual client.


Monday   4:00pm – 9:00pm

Tuesday   9:00am – 3:00pm

Wednesday   4:00pm – 9:00pm

Thursday   4:00pm – 9:00pm

Friday   9:00am – 3:00pm

Saturday   9:00am – 2:00pm

Come  see us this weekend at the Shenkman Center in Orleans for the Ottawa Health and Wellness Expo.



We are proud to have been the 2014 Faces and Businesses in Ottawa (F.A.B.I.O.) award winner for the best massage therapist in Ottawa.  Thanks to all our clients who voted.  We wish everyone a happy new year filled with health and happiness.  Make your next booking at our Ottawa massage therapy clinic for the new year!

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As an athlete you always remember to stretch, eat healthy and drink lots of water, sometimes that is not enough. Regular Deep Tissue massage with a Registered Massage Therapist can help tremendously in your performance in 8 different ways :


1- Improves Range of Motion and Flexibiliy; vigorous training causes rigid muscles. By smoothing out scar tissue, trigger points and shortened muscles your muscle becomes more flexible.


2-  Diminishes your recovery time; by aiding in the removal of waste in your muscles it helps the body to recover faster.


3-  Increases circulation and oxygenation; deep tissue massage acts like a pump by compressing it expells toxins and by releasing it absorbs blood and oxygen, which makes the muscle more flexible and also aids in breathing more deeply.


4-  Helps to eliminate toxins; exercise causes toxins like lactic acid and uric acid to build up in your muscles caused by tightening of muscles which restricts the blood and lymph flow.


5-  Reduces pain; by reducing spasm, cramps and helping the body to heal faster.6


6-  Diminishes your risk of injury; tense muscles are more likely to get injured also deep tissue massage will help in reducing the severity, frequency of strains, pulls and aches in your muscles


7-  Improves motor control; massage helps to connect mind and body which increases the precision of your motor control.


8-  Helps you Psychologically; it can be relaxing, reduces anxiety, improves your mood. Athletes in the right state of mind have an advantage over other athletes who are stressed.


In addition, according to a recent McMaster University research, having a deep tissue massage after an intense workout will actually cause muscles to enlarge and grow new Mitochondria ( which is responsible for converting nutrients into useful energy it is considered the powerhouses of our cells).