Maria Murchie, RMT

Maria Murchie, RMT, resident of Hamilton, Ontario, always knew she wanted to be in the health field, however at a young age she learned that she had a blood phobia, so she was forced to rethink her nursing career. Massage seemed to be a hemoglobin free alternative and it has been for the last 6 years.
A graduate of the Canadian Therapeutic College 2004, and a member of the Canadian Massage Therapists of Ontario since 2005, Maria enjoys finding new therapies and new places to travel, to become more educated in the massage therapy field. Just recently Maria travelled to St. Petersburg, Florida to educate herself on the BAMBOO FUSION massage, and is excited to bring this latest therapy to her clients in Canada.

  Jun 21, 2017

What is Cupping Massage?

Cupping Massage brings in the ancient art of cupping to the modern day massage practice. The modality allows for a un...

  Aug. 24, 2015

Massage Therapy Home Exercises For Seniors

What can I bring with me home, after receiving a massage therapy treatment? Here are some easy exercises seniors can ...

  Aug. 20, 2015

Massage Therapy: The Good Kind of Pain

Massage therapy should not be painful. Some deeper techniques can be uncomfortable, but talking to your therapist bef...

  Aug. 17, 2015

Can Anyone Receive Massage?

Massage therapy is safe for everyone to receive. In her experience, registered massage therapist Maria Murchie had tr...

  Aug. 15, 2015

Precautions For Seniors Having Massage Therapy

Massage is safe for seniors, as long as the client is comfortable during the treatment and communicates with the ther...

  Aug. 12, 2015

Getting Your Range of Motion Back With Massage Therapy

Some massage techniques are used specifically to break up scar tissue that inhibits that range of motion. Swelling is...

  Aug. 15, 2013

Pregnancy massage safety

Is pregnancy massage safe?