We are continuing our Business Spotlight on the Cabbagetown Chiropractic Health Centre. We hope you've enjoyed getting to know the amazing staff at the CCHC.
Business Spotlight: Profile
Etai Tintpulver - Registered Massage Therapist
"What inspires me about massage therapy is that it has the power to affect all parts of the human experience (body, mind and spirit) and so can be a power tool for treating almost everybody."
Typically, a treatment from me will include multiple styles of massage (ranging from light to deep and stimulating to relaxing) so that the treatment can be tailored to my clients' specific set of needs and desires. Usually pain and stress management are the primary focus of my treatments, what ever their origins may be.
Pain and stress are often multidimensional problems and so structural re-balancing of the body, opening energetic pathways and calming the mind/spirit are usually essential for maximizing the outcome of treatment.
I consider myself a general practitioner of massage and welcome any client wishing to improve the quality of their living, regardless of the issue in question.
For the past five years I've maintained a massage practice in Liberty Village and also been a teacher of Massage Therapy. Recently, however, I've come to realize my true passion is in practicing massage and so now I'm looking forward to developing a second practice at the Cabbagetown Chiropractic Health Centre. The sense of community and relaxed atmosphere of Cabbagetown is huge draw for me. I'm available for treatments Monday, Thursday and Saturday from 9am - 5pm.
Rates (including HST):
Therapeutic Massage, Craniosacral Therapy and Tuina
30 minutes - $55
45 minutes - $75
60 minutes - $95
90 minutes - $125
90 minutes - $135
120 minutes - $160
To make an appointment with me or to simply ask any questions please call or email at the following information:
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Labour of Love
The heat brings people together because summer is the season of love!
Labour of Love has a great selection of wedding and engagement cards and some amazing gift-wrapping paper. We promise your gift will stand out from the rest!
Show them love on Facebook by clicking the link: www.facebook.com/www.thelabouroflove.ca
The Epicure Shop
Beat the heat by picking up dinner at The Epicure Shop.
They have great tasting treats that are sure to please your family :)
It's all in the details; fix up any space with this great light fixture from Eclectisaurus
An elegant 1970's two tier Italian glass chandelier. The chromed fixture features heavy geometric crystal prisms, most likely made by Venini for Camer. The small scale and flush mount makes this perfect for a small room or entry way.
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Cabbagetown resident Mark Gleberzon of MJG Gallery will be showing his photographic work
- like "Candy Rain" -
this July 6-8th in the Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition at Nathan Phillip's Square, Booth 90.
Painting of the Week
Armando Pedroso is a very talented artist from Chicago. His mixed media "Reflection of Love" is one of a few paintings being offered at MJG Gallery.
Or visit the gallery at
555 Parliament St.
Kendall & Co
Cabbagetown has Bloom & Grow for green thumbs, Summerlicious for foodies, Burlesque for grown-ups and Summer Arts for kids. Find out about all this and other happenings in our fine city with KENDALL & Co's weekly guide.
Cabbagetowners in Action
While celebrating PRIDE, our newest addition to the BIA team, Nauoda, ran into recent Order of Canada Inductee, Archibald "Archie" Alleyne, enjoying himself on a Church St. patio with friends and family at Pride Toronto 2012!
Archie's not only an accomplished jazz musician and bandleader, he's also the co-creator of Kollage, the founder of 'The Evolution Of Jazz Ensemble' and The Archie Alleyne Scholarship Fund to support our youth in their professional music careers.
Find out more about the great work being put forth by Archie by visiting http://www.aasf.ca/ and http://www.kollage.ca/
Check out this great shots from last weekend's PRIDE event.