Adrianne Sutherland RMT

Adrianne Sutherland RMT Over 23 years experience for all your massage therapy needs. Adrianne Sutherland located in the heart of downtown Petrolia. If you would like to book online please visit http://mainstreetmassage.clinicsense.com/book
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Operating as usual

03/01/2021

Just had a couple cancellations for today. Text 5193832440 if you would like a massage today.

02/08/2021
Main Street Massage - Main Street Massage Therapy in Petrolia, ON

Just had an opening for tomorrow at 445 pm for 1 hour. Go to mainstreetmassage.clinicsense.com to book.

Main Street Massage Therapy in Petrolia, ON Over 23 years experience for all your massage therapy needs. Adrianne Sutherland located in the heart of downtown Petrolia.

02/04/2021

Just had a cancellation for tomorrow at 2 for 30 mins. Go online to book at mainstreetmassage.clinicsense.com

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02/02/2021

Not sure what to buy your sweetheart for Valentines Day. Gift Certificates available for purchase online at mainstreetmassage.clinicsense.com

01/11/2021

Just had a cancelation for tomorrow at 6:15 pm for 45 mins. Go to mainstreetmassage.clinicsense.com to book.

Main Street Massage is excited to announce that Kelsey Syer R.M.T. has joined our team as of Jan. 1, 2021Kelsey Graduate...
01/04/2021
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Main Street Massage is excited to announce that Kelsey Syer R.M.T. has joined our team as of Jan. 1, 2021

Kelsey Graduated Lambton College and is a Registered Massage Therapist with the College of Massage Therapist of Ontario for 10 years and she is an active member of the Registered Massage Therapist Association of Ontario.

Kelsey believes our Profession has endless learning opportunities that allow us to treat clients in a more holistic manner. Kelsey implements a combination of Swedish massage, deep tissue and muscle energy techniques to her treatments and has extensive training in cupping, Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation (PNF), Craniosacral techniques, Reflexology and nerve mobilization treatments. Kelsey is excited to continue learning and developing those skills. She is very excited to be a valuable part of Main Street Massage. Whether you come in for extensive treatments or simple indulgence, every client is important to Kelsey!

To book an appointment with Kelsey go to https://mainstreetmassage.clinicsense.com

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12/10/2020

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This year, I am offering gift certificates for sale via my website. And if you thought Amazon Prime same-day delivery was impressive, I have news for you :)

You can buy a gift certificate on my website (choose a dollar value or a specific service) and you’ll instantly receive the gift certificate via email to print at home and gift your loved ones.

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10/27/2020

Massage Therapist wanted in busy practice in the heart of Petrolia. Newly renovated building with everything included. Laundry on site. You can set your own hours. Can either do rent or a split. Must be in good standing with the CMTO. Contact for more details.

10/17/2020
Lorilee Fex - Osteopathy, Massage Therapy, Acupuncture

Lorilee Fex - Osteopathy, Massage Therapy, Acupuncture

Osteopathy, Massage Therapy, Acupuncture Lorilee Fex is an Osteopathic Manual Practitioner, Registered Massage Therapist, a member of OSTCAN and a member of the College of Massage Therapist's of Ontario.

10/02/2020

I have an opening tomorrow Saturday Oct 3 for 1 hour at 11:30 am. Text me at 5193832440 to book.

09/25/2020

Massage Therapist wanted in busy practice in the heart of Petrolia. Newly renovated building with everything included. Laundry on site. You can set your own hours. Can either do rent or a split. Must be in good standing with the CMTO. Contact for more details.

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09/12/2020

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08/28/2020
Yvette’s Bed and Breakfast

Yvette’s Bed and Breakfast

Currently to properly prepare for guests I need at least 48hrs notice for a booking. I am only booking one room per night unless you are looking for two rooms with people in your bubble.

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07/18/2020

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07/12/2020

Hello Everyone. I will be starting back to work on July 20th. My hours are Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 2 pm to 7 pm. If you would like to make an appointment please call or text 5193832440 or book online at http://mainstreetmassge.clincsense.com

I am sharing Melissa Cieslar Wrobel and I completely agree with everything she has said. I will be opening when it is sa...
05/31/2020

I am sharing Melissa Cieslar Wrobel and I completely agree with everything she has said. I will be opening when it is safe to do so for myself and my clients. Stay Safe everyone.

Reopening of Massage Therapy in Ontario
Is it safe?
This is the million dollar question isn't it. That will depend on who you ask, what you believe and your level of health. Is it safe to get a massage is a question I have been thinking about a great deal. My primary concern that first needs to be answered "Do the benefits of massage for your client outweigh the risks of not having a massage?" That will vary greatly from therapist to therapist and client to client. In my massage therapy practice for the most part, I believe the risk still outweighs the benefits. This is not the time to reopen and continue as business as normal. That will change in the future, but currently I believe the risks are still far greater than the benefits. We do have a few clients who are exceptions to this, and I have contacted them already. It may not seem fair, but be thankful if I have not contacted you because this is not a list that you want to be on. Ontario is still in a state of emergency; our Covid numbers are still very high. As a health care practitioner, I want to do no harm to my clients, and your safety is my highest priority. I believe that for my practice, this is not an appropriate time to resume normal business.
Then the next question becomes, “If it is that unsafe, why is massage therapy even opening?”
I think we, the massage therapists in Ontario, were probably more surprised than the public that we were given the green light to go ahead and reopen. I understand why this happened. We have a governing body, the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario. It is their job to protect the public in the area of massage therapy treatments. Our governing body works with the Ontario government and is entrusted, both by the government and health agencies, to direct us and to regulate us in the safest manner possible. Our governing body has also told us that we have to look at our own practices and decide what is proper for us because not every area in Ontario is affected by Covid to the same degree. Not every massage therapist has the same type of clientele. Our College has given us guidance and specific rules we need to follow to reopen, and they leave it up to our best judgment. If we feel we can properly follow the guidance that is given, such as pre-screening, taking our mandatory safety training, ensuring that we have proper PPE, ensuring that our offices can be sanitized properly for client care, then we can indeed reopen if we choose.
What comes next?
When the proper PPE is available and the set up of my office meets the CMTO’s requirements, I will reopen to clients who meet the criteria of the benefit of having treatment outweighing the risks. I will continue to monitor daily what is happening in our area, what my governing body is telling me to do and what the province of Ontario is saying is safe to do. If things go well, we will continue to reopen to more and more clientele. Unfortunately, I cannot give any specific details as to when that will be. It is too early to determine at this point. Rest assured, I will do everything in my power to make sure your massage therapy treatments are as safe as possible.
I will continue to update you regularly as to what we are doing at Wrobel Massage Therapy. Lynn, Deanna and I all look forward to being able to see you again.

05/29/2020

COVID 19 & Massage Therapy Update - May 28, 2020

First of all we would like to thank all our valued clients for their patience and support over the last two months. These have been confusing times and we would like to clarify as much as we can about the announcement made yesterday and how it pertains to our Massage Therapy practice.

On Wednesday, May 27th the Ontario Government and the Ontario Chief Medical Officer of Health have provided a new directive for Regulated Health Professionals that allow for a gradual restart of services to be carried out with adherence to guidance from each health profession’s regulatory college. The directive includes Registered Massage Therapists (RMTs) under the guidance of our College of Massage Therapists of Ontario (CMTO). We want to clarify that this announcement was a general statement which means not all Regulated Health Professionals will be opening at the same time or at the same rate (or at all, for now).

At this time our College, the CMTO, is not expecting RMTs to return to practice if they do not feel it is appropriate or safe to do so. The CMTO also encourages limiting the number of in-person visits by prioritizing clients with essential care needs. Treatment is considered essential when: the client’s overall health or function would considerably decline if treatment were not provided (i.e. lead to hospitalization or other serious health consequences). Our first priority as Massage Therapists is to the health and safety of our clients, ourselves and our families and to ensure that the benefits of treatment outweigh the risks. At Main Street Massage, although there are benefits to massage therapy treatments, most of our treatments are for wellness and/or maintenance and therefore are not an essential healthcare treatment at this time due to the risks still present for COVID-19.

Our State of Emergency has also been extended in Ontario to June 9th and social distancing is still in effect which we will be continuing to follow. We will update our clients further when we can foresee a potential date to begin reopening but now is not that time. We have just begun to receive direction on practices and procedure guidelines that will need to be put in place before we can open safely. These include, but are not limited to, the pre-screening of clients before every treatment, increased frequency of handwashing & cleaning practices, increased signage, documentation and record keeping of practices, the use of personal protective equipment (PPE) such as face masks for myself and clients and additional health & safety training.

Please remain patient as implementation of these guidelines and the obtaining of sufficient PPE due to shortages can be a lengthy process. As stated before the health & safety of all of our clients, ourselves and our families are our top priority. We will only return to practice when we feel it safe to do so and will keep everyone posted.

Thank you again for all of your support during this time. We hope everyone remains safe & healthy!

Wrobel Massage Therapy
05/04/2020

Wrobel Massage Therapy

During covid 19 time, I am offering free Qigong classes on Zoom. Classes are Monday, Tuesday and Thursday at 7pm. If you are interested please message me at [email protected] for the link. As always, everyone is always welcome to join.

COVID Self Assessment
03/14/2020
COVID Self Assessment

COVID Self Assessment

Please note: You do not need to be tested for COVID-19 if in the past 14 days you have not traveled outside Canada or had contact with someone diagnosed as having COVID-19.

Yvette’s Bed and Breakfast
03/11/2020

Yvette’s Bed and Breakfast

A great season is soon upon us. Why not treat yourself to a play and a night out. Weekends book up quickly. Give me a call for the B and B at 226-886-3906.

02/09/2020

I have an opening for this Tuesday at 6pm if anyone needs a massage.

Address

4148 Petrolia Line
Petrolia, ON
N0N 1R0

Opening Hours

Monday 12:00 - 19:00
Tuesday 09:00 - 19:00
Wednesday 09:00 - 17:00
Thursday 12:00 - 19:00
Friday 09:00 - 18:00
Saturday 08:00 - 14:00

Telephone

5193832440

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Adrianne Sutherland RMT

Adrianne Sutherland graduated from D’Arcy Lane Institute in 1998. Since that time Adrianne worked at the Meridian Spa and then opened her own business in Petrolia in 1999. Adrianne grew up in Petrolia and loves working in the town where her heart is. She has had a thriving practice for 20 years and has just opened a beautiful new office on the main street of Petrolia. For a great massage be sure to book an appointment with Adrianne today, call 519-383-2440 or 226-738-0800.

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