The Floatation Centre is an inclusive, 2SLGBTQ+ community space where ALL BODIES are welcome. We aim to provide a welcoming and safe experience for each and every person who enters our cozy, North End home.
Kate Phillips, Registered Massage Therapist
Kate is an RMT in Halifax whose focus is to heal and evolve the mind and body together through her massage treatments. So much of where we are mentally affects our body and how we feel physically affects our mind. Massage Therapy can restore the balance and help us move through life lighter and brighter!
Her mission is to bring mindfulness, compassion and balance to each treatment, with the goal of releasing tension and imbalances in the body. She is intuitive with her pressure and myofasial release techniques and uses movement, cupping therapy and stretch to encourage postural improvements. She will help bring awareness to your body, posture, and breath to improve your overall wellness and personal goals.
Kate shares a deep connection to nature and is always seeking new corners to explore. She recently hiked the John Muir Trail- a long distance trek in Sierra Nevada mountain range of California. Over 21 days she hiked more then 338 KM, completing the hike by climbing Mount Whitney, which is the highest mountain in California. Challenges like this are what ignited her inner healer and passion for understanding the body. She brings the same type of energy and enthusiasm into her treatment room!
Virgil Muir, Registered Massage Therapist
A graduate of ICT Northumberland College, Virgil specializes in a therapeutic approach that combines intuitive touch and deep tissue techniques. His approach matches his character, he’s a soft spoken and calm person who makes people / clients feel at ease in a professional and casual setting. Virgil’s interest in Chinese Tuina massage influences his treatment style. Virgil has more than 10-years experience as an RMT working with a wide variety of clients in a clinical and relaxation setting, his treatments are range from relaxation to therapeutically restorative. He loves helping his clients feel their best and gives a killer asian-style foot massage.
Many years ago, he received an energy attunement by reiki master beside a river during a rainbow gathering with 50,000 other rainbow children – if you groove with that kind of thing.
Lori Smith, Registered Massage Therapist
As a graduate of Canadian College of Massage & Hydrotherapy, Lori is Certified in General Swedish, Sports, Pregnancy Massage, Hydrotherapy, and Cupping techniques.
Lori has a holistic gentle approach with treatments for sinking slowly deep into clients sore muscles. Specializing in neck, shoulder and, the pièce de résistance, foot techniques!
Lori believes that massage is essential for a healthy lifestyle and provides therapeutic home care after each treatment. It makes her day when clients have improved mobility and reduced discomfort.
Mase, Registered Massage Therapist
“Meet Mason, or as they commonly go by, Mase.
Mase has been working as an RMT around the HRM since graduating from CCMH in 2014. In that time, they’ve continued to extend their therapeutic touch and has had a strong passion for helping others feel more mobile and less physically stressed in their day-to-day lives.
Mase typically takes a therapeutic, myofascial approach to most treatments, with a mild-deep pressure depending on clients’ wants and needs. They have a special interest (with success) in treating TMJ-related pain and disfunction (inclduing intra-oral techniques), which means they have a knack for relieving chronic jaw pain, immobility and related headache/migraine symptoms with a style to help decrease your SNS (sympathetic nervous system), especially beneficial before you float!
Outside of work, Mase enjoys practicing yoga, hanging with family and friends, spending time outside with their cocker spaniel, photography and going to the beach to catch the waves.
As someone who identifies as trans*/non-binary, Mase hopes to shed any of the associated gender biases and stereotypes that often come with being a massage therapist. They are proud to be able offer their services in a safe, welcoming and mindful space for any member of the local LGBTQ2+ community at The Floatation Centre beginning Thursday, March 19th.”
- 30-minute massage $60.00
- 45-minute massage $75.00
- 60-minute massage $90.00
- 90-minute massage $130.00
Taxes are included in the above prices.
Want to experience the COMPLETE bliss of combining the floating experience with the therapeutic human touch of one of our Registered Massage Therapists?
When booking these services back-to-back, you will receive your float for only $45 + tax! The easiest way to book, is to call us at 902.453.5628 and let us do the work for you. If you’re booking online, please allow for a 15 minute buffer time between appointments. We direct bill for massage through most extended health plans. Float must be directly before or after massage therapy treatment (1 hour minimum) to qualify for $45 float, no exceptions.