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Welcome to Grace of Being Massage Therapy

20% off your first massage with us

Book any massage length or type and receive 20% off your first session when you pay at the clinic.

Offer Valid Until May 31, 2023 

Jana (Grace of Being owner) massaging a clients stomach.

Our Values
Education | Wellness | Compassion | Diversity | Grace

At Grace of Being Massage Therapy our values are incredibly important to us and shape every aspect of our clinic. We believe in creating care plans specific to individuals and appreciate the unique needs and diversity of our clients. We are a queer-owned business and are striving to create a safer space for all bodies. All of our practitioners are required to take diversity training and we are committed to continued learning about how we can better show up for people with diverse needs. The space is wheelchair accessible and we have hydraulic lowering tables for those with mobility issues.  We believe in realness and showing up as we are and want you to as well. Your time in the clinic is for you. If you want to chat with us during your massage we are happy to and if you want a silent massage we love that as well. We want to serve you in the way that works best for you and know that no one knows your body and needs like you do. We are happy to offer exercises and stretches for you to take home in addition to your massage if you want them. We believe in a holistic approach to wellness and that includes offering education on what we see and feel if you want that information.


We offer many different types of Massage Therapy including, Deep Tissue and Relaxation Massage Therapy, Pre/post natal Massage Therapy, Cupping,  Lomi Lomi, Reiki, Hot Stones, and Acupressure Massage Therapy.  

Land Acknowledgementโ€‹

Grace of Being Massage Therapy Inc is owned by Jana who has both Europeans and Nêhiyaw ancestry. Grace of Being and all of our Massage Therapists acknowledge that we are on the stolen traditional lands of various Indigenous and Metis people including Nêhiyaw (Nay-hee-yow), Dene (Deh-neyh), Anishinaabe (Ah-nish-in-ah-bay), Nakota Isga (Na-koh-tah ee-ska), and Niitsitapi (Nit-si-tahp-ee) peoples. We acknowledge both the ancestors of the land and the current indigenous peoples that reside in Treaty 6 Territory. We are committed to continued learning about the history of the land and indigenous and Metis people. All my relations.

Map of Treaty 6
Two hands massaging a client's back.
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