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Your first treatment will include a postural evaluation and orthopedic assessment. It is important to establish a baseline by which future progress can be measured. Jarek utilizes a variety of bodywork tools and anatomical knowledge to identify any musculoskeletal imbalances that may contribute to your dysfunction, may be causing you pain, and affecting your daily activities. Seeking a massage therapy treatment is your first step to wellness. Listed below are techniques that may be applied during a treatment.

Choose a treatment time based on your needs and availability.

It is recommended to select a 60 minute first visit to allow time for an assessment prior to treatment.


Prices are for Jarek Gora Massage Therapy in Stoney Creek only.

*fees are current as of April 1st, 2022 

30 Minutes: $60

45 Minutes:  $75

60 Minutes:  $90

75 Minutes: $105

90 Minutes: $120


Based on the concepts of anatomy and physiology, this is the most well known form of therapeutic massage in the western world. 


Best For:

  • first time massage experience

  • stress relief/relaxation

  • relaxing cramped or tense muscles


Combines various massage techniques with client homecare and rehabilitative exercises in a treatment plan to achieve desired client goals. 


Best For:

  • permanent pain relief

  • injury healing and rehabilitation

  • correction of poor posture


Focuses on realigning deeper layers of muscles and connective tissue by physically breaking down adhesions caused by chronic tension.


Best For:

  • chronic aches & pains

  • stiff neck/upper back

  • leg muscle tightness

  • low back pain


A multidiscinaplinary comprehensive approach using orthopedic assessment, manipulation and movement of soft tissues to alleviate pain and correct many common conditions.


Best For:

  • common 'frozen' conditions

  • sports injury

  • improving range of motion and flexibility


A patented, state of the art soft tissue system/movement based massage technique that treats problems with muscles, tendons, ligaments, fascia and nerves. 


Best For:

  • sciatica

  • plantar fasciitis

  • overuse injuries

  • sports injury/athletic performance


A dry technique which relaxes contracted muscles, improves blood and lymphatic circulation, and stimulates the stretch reflex. Restores original muscle resting length.


Best For:

  • joint rigidity

  • poor circulation

  • scar tissue

  • postural imbalances


Commonly referred to as knots. These taut bands of muscle fiber can become hot, painful and even produce pain in areas away from the affected site if not released.


Best For:

  • pain from prolonged positions

  • repetitive work related pain

  • relaxing cramped or tense muscles


Something we should all do more frequently is slow down and unwind. Make some time to zone out and leave feeling refreshed. Reward yourself for a busy week.


Best For:

  • a body & mind recharge

  • anxiety & depression

  • relieving stress


Massage Therapy has been proven to relieve pain for those suffering with musculoskeletal and neuromuscular disorders.  (eg. Fibromyalgia, MS)



Best For:

  • long term illness/chronic pain

  • scar tissue/post surgery

  • progressive neuromuscular disorders

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