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Elianne Levesque

(she/her, they/them)

Massage therapist


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Special Instructions: People can pay via Débit, Crédit E-Transfert or cash A receipt for insurances will be sent via e-mail
Waitlist Available
Additional information about where I can practice: I work in Candiac and Marieville
Specialties & Areas of Focus:
- Physical pain management
- Fatigue
- Headaches
Modalities & Theoretical Lenses:
- Swedish massage
- Fasciatherapy
- Reflexology
- Deep tissue massage
- Pregnancy massage
- Baby and children massage
- Trigger point massage
Age Groups Served:
- Children (birth through 12 years)
- Teens (13-18 years old)
- Adults (18 years old and up)
- Older Adults (65+ years old)
Additional Populations Served & Allied Groups:
- Transgender and nonbinary folks
- BIPOC folks
- Latine folks
- Neurodiverse folks
- First Nation folks
Languages Services Offered In:
- English
- French

My Philosophy of Care

I approach my clients with gentleness and kindness. I honor their body, mind and soul and respect the vulnerability they show me and make them feel at ease. I never ask weight related questions, I always ask consent for the work plan I have for the appointment and validate consent when I'm changing to a new zone to work on. I validate many times during any appintment to make sure my clients are comfortable and at ease and I answer any questions they might have. I always let people feel the emotions that can come up during an appointment, I give reassurance, presence and I listen to anything they need to communicate.

About Me & My Practice

I had to receive massage therapy starting at a young age and decided a few years ago that I wanted to help people myself. The HEAS movement made sense for me since I've always considered respect and inclusivity and important part of being a human and I've done voluntary work for in a association for neurodiverse people, I did a course with University de Montréal in transdiversity and did a course in college on gender and sexual identity, I have been educating myself on how to deconstruct internalized racism and colonialism. As a fat woman, I chose to be even more mindful of how to make other fat people respected and comfortable. As person on the AUDHD spectrum, that lives with trauma and survived depression, I make it a priority to be a safe space for anyone who needs it! I love educating people on things I hold dear in my heart, and what I am passionate about.

Accessibility Considerations

If people book an appointment with me in Marieville, they have to go up an important flight of stairs, wich will not be a problem when I'll have my new location. If people book an appointment in Candiac, we have an elevator and larger chairs that don't have arm rests to be more comfortable.

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