First Time Booking?
Is this your first time booking a Thai Yoga Massage appointment?
If the answer is yes, then please fill out this Intake Questionnaire and bring it with you to your first appointment. You only need to do this once. If you have already filled out the Intake Questionnaire and had your initial consultation, please continue with the booking process below.
To Book Your Thai Yoga Massage Appointment
Select a date on the calendar. A date range of 3 days from the day you selected will then be output with the availabilities of our therapists. Pick an appointment time that works for you and book online. Our therapists will then confirm the booking and a confirmation will be sent to you.
Thai Yoga Massage Therapists
Thai Yoga Massage is a form of care that allows Chantal to combine many of her passions: Yoga, Massage, and overall wellbeing! Having practiced Yoga for more than 15 years, she slowly became interested in the fascinating world of Ayurveda. Owner and head chef for 8 years of a vegan juice bar (Le Jubar), she was yet again inspired by Ayurveda in her creations in which health, balance, and pleasure blended together in each and every dish! Increasingly passionate about this ancient art of medicine, she began to study Abhyanga massage in 2013 at Espace Ayurveda. Always enthusiastic about deepening her knowledge, she became a Massage Therapist specialized in Thai Yoga massage in 2017 after graduating from the Lotus Palm School. A Naada member for over 4 years now, she is pleased to be able to share her knowledge and her immense passion with the community of the studio!
Exceptional and skilled massage therapist with over 16 years of massage experience including Swedish and pregnancy massage. Sara is trilingual, being fluent in English, French, and Spanish. She was born in Mexico and moved to Montreal for 18 years where she completed her training in massage therapy and as a yoga instructor. After this, she spent 8 years in Switzerland raising a family, working at a non-for-profit organization that supported immigrant women and children and continuing her massage practice. Now she is happy to be back with her family in her home of Montreal and continue to provide people with caring, hands-on therapy.
Prior to working as a massage therapist, she acquired education in economics and trade and worked in banking. Her first arrival in Montreal influenced her to start living a more holistic lifestyle and support others on their paths to wellness.