Wellness for every body!

Yoga on the Park Studio Wellness Center
Our goal is to help people in our community to achieve the best state of wellness possible: to remain at that state, or in the case of injury to return to it.

Our team of therapists have a range of different therapies to reach the wellness goals laid out during treatment, and a depth of experience to offer.

Most treatments are done in a 60-90min session. However, depending on your desired goal for the session, appointments can be longer or shorter. This is discussed between you and the therapist. All treatments are done by appointment only.

Different pricing options are available depending on the treatment scheduled. All prices include tax and a min 24hr cancellation notice is required otherwise we will ask for 50% of scheduled treatment cost to compensate for the therapist’s lost wages.

We ask that you contact each therapist individually for bookings and to answer any questions you may have regarding the style of treatment they offer.

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Sunday, April 24th   1:00-3:00
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Mainly done on a massage table with or without oil depending on the therapist approach and goals laid out in the beginning of the treatment.
Works best for targeting specific issues you would like addressed with the therapist. There are many different approaches and ways each style will bring you to a place where your physical, mental and emotional bodies can be balanced which in turn will improve quality of life.
This style is recommended for people with reoccurring pain or stress from work or play. The use of hot-stones may be added to this treatment to facilitate the release of muscle tension but, is to be discussed before hand with therapist so stones are ready for treatment ahead of time.
Offered by Emily Mclean, Joanne Ransom and Jennifer Pilon.
A deep tissue treatment that addresses muscles aching due to sports and sports injury-related issues (for acute or chronic injury please refer to Athletic Therapy).
Offered by Jenn Pilon
A treatment with stress reduction as the main goal. Done on a massage table with oil, if requested hot stones can be added to this treatment for a deeper release from daily stress. Recommended for those looking to let go of stress built up from their daily routine.
Offered by Emily McLean and Jenn Pilon
Being pregnant can be one of the most amazing journeys your body can take you on with an end result that changes many facets of your life. With that in mind, massage helps you travel this path while easing some of the ailments that crop up as your body changes through this time.
Recommended for women in their 2nd trimester.
Offered by Emily McLean
Breast or bottle feeding, sleepless nights and caring for your lovely new addition to the family as well as getting to know your body again after giving birth can sometimes feel like an uphill battle. Massage offers a ‘moment’ where, along with treating any physical discomforts, you can let go and refocus on a happy mommy state of mind. Because; a happy mommy is a happy baby, is a happy mommy!
Offered by Emily McLean


Done on a floor mat in comfortable clothes. This approach to the body has a wide range of applications. Recommended for people in good general health and adaptable for those with physical limitations of movement. Benefits include: reaching a different level within a yoga practice by building on mind body awareness; improving flexibility; as well as stress reduction and management. Certain techniques applied during the session can also work on promoting the release and flow of energy throughout the body.
Offered by Emily McLean
An excellent choice for quickly returning to an active life style following injury, or releasing chronic issues holding you back from reaching the activity goals you are working towards.
Athletic Therapy is the profession of health care practitioners specializing in the prevention, recognition, intervention, and rehabilitation of musculoskeletal injuries for active individuals. Athletic Therapists provide treatment and management for acute and chronic injury through the application of supportive techniques, manual therapy, electrical modalities and the implementation of rehabilitative, and strength and conditioning programs. A Certified Athletic Therapist works to optimize the performance of both recreational and professional athletes, as well as enabling rapid return to work and play for active individuals in the workplace.
Offered by Isabelle McLean-Smith
A one-on-one 90-minute consultation to establish natural constitution and identify doshic imbalances. By way of a thorough 8-fold exam, the practitioner examines one’s pulse, tongue, eyes, skin and inquires about other areas of body and bodily functions in order to diagnose which Ayurvedic practices may be adopted to favour increased balance. These may include daily self-care routines, food choices, yoga and pranayama techniques, meditation and movement practices, as well as natural herbal remedies.
Offered by: Dominic Tambuzzo
Specialized hot oil full-body treatment favouring muscle and nervous system relaxation, lymphatic and arterial stimulation.

Head, neck and facial marma massage; followed by sinus, mucus, head lymph treatment using steam and natural herbal nasal decoction. Great for sinus sufferers. (Light use of herbed oil on face, head, neck, shoulders).

Vigorous deep tissue treatment favouring toxin elimination, vital energy (prana) and marma (meridian) stimulation. Suggested for issues related to lethargy, fatigue, mental/physical tension, muscle stiffness, circulatory issues, and to stimulate lymphatic system (personalized hot oil used sparingly).

Offered by Dominic Tambuzzo

The Bowen Technique is a hands-on therapy applied using very gentle pressure. The practitioner uses thumbs and fingers on precise points of the body to perform Bowen’s unique sets of rolling-type moves which stimulate the muscles and soft tissue of the body. Recipients are generally fully clothed. Each session typically involves gentle rolling motions along the muscles, tendons, and fascia. The therapy’s distinctive features are the minimal nature of the physical intervention and pauses incorporated in the treatment, these pauses allow the body to incorporate the messages/movements made by the practitioner. This approach to body work is recommended for those looking for balancing the bodies nervous system and treating many frustrating issues that may have not resolved themselves during other forms of treatment.
Offered by Emily McLean

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5582 Sherbrooke Street West, Montreal, QC H4A 1W3