Frequently Asked Questions:

Who qualifies to be a Registered Massage Therapist?

Registered Massage Therapists must complete a recognized and approved Registered Massage Therapy program (2,220 hours of training) and examinations are regulated by the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario. A Registered Massage Therapist (RMT) is licensed under the Regulated Health Professionals Act (RHPA) which also licenses physicians, nurses, dentists and chiropractors.

How can Massage Therapy help you?

Massage Therapy enhances the ability for regenerative healing and guides repair by reducing scar tissue and minimizing adhesions. Massage Therapy can benefit people of all ages and conditions. It is a drug-free, non-invasive way of reducing stress, promoting relaxation and soft tissue healing.

Massage Therapists are trained in joint mobilizations and stretches specific to each muscle. Anyone who stands, sits or performs repetitive motions in their daily activities will find Massage Therapy advantageous to good health. We challenge our bodies on a daily basis and Massage Therapy helps to regain a healthy balance between work and play. We at Free Flow Massage Therapy Clinic believe regular massage treatments are a vital lifestyle choice.

Where Are You Located?

We are located at 125 Sutherland Drive, in Kingston, Ontario (previously located at 464 Princess St) The Clinic was relocated in 2012 and continues to provide professional, tranquil and relaxing treatments. For directions on how to get to Free Flow Massage Therapy Clinic, please see our Location Page.

What Types of Massage Are offered at Free Flow Massage Therapy Clinic?

Swedish Massage, including therapeutic massage, relaxation massage and sports injury Massage. For more information see our Services Page.

What types of condition can massage therapy help?

Please see our Services Page for a complete breakdown of all of the conditions that massage therapy can help.

What can I expect when I come for my first massage at Free Flow Massage Therapy Clinic?

You will begin by filling out a health history intake form. Please arrive about 15 minutes early to allow time for this.

I will review your health history form with you and do appropriate physical assessments such as range of motion, muscle strength testing, etc. I will leave the room while you prepare for your massage, get on the massage table and cover yourself with a sheet.

The massage will begin when I return to the treatment room. For your massage, I use hypoallergenic massage lotions that are good for your skin. Once the massage begins, I will ask if the level of pressure is comfortable and adjust to meet your needs.

Throughout the massage it is important to communicate with me – the more feedback that you give, the better the massage will be for you.

You can talk during your session, or remain quiet. After your massage is finished, you will be given privacy while you dress.

What can I expect after my massage?

Immediately following your massage you may feel extremely relaxed or feel a little tired. Some people are free from aches and pains and feel great relief caused by tension or repetitive activity while others may feel sore and tender at the treatment site.

Instructions will be given for post-massage care for example – drink plenty of water, hot/cold application, corrective posture and/or stretches, etc.

Do I have to undress for my massage?

You only need to undress to your own comfort level. Some people remove all clothing while other only remove clothing that covers the specific area to be treated.

Your whole body will be draped in a sheet and only the area being worked on will be undraped at a time.

Does insurance cover the cost of massage?

Many extended health and group benefit plans provide excellent coverage for massage therapy provided by a Registered Massage Therapist (RMT). The Department of Veterans Affairs (DVA) provides generous compensation to veterans for massage therapy. Motor Vehicle Insurance claims also cover massage therapy when provided by a registered massage therapist as does Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB).


The Free Flow Massage Therapy Clinic is located at 125 Sutherland Drive. We provide a Google Map, Driving Directions and Bus Route Instructions for your ease.

About Us

See pictures of the Free Flow Massage Therapy Clinic as well as read about the history of Brad Newstead and Free Flow Massage Therapy Clinic.


We offer a wide variety of massage therapy services and offer treatment from 15 minutes to 90 minutes.

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Free Flow Massage Therapy Clinic
125 Sutherland Drive
Kingston, ON
K7K 5V6

Tel: 613-536-0300
Text: 613-561-0274


Free Flow Massage Therapy Clinic has been providing Kingston, Ontario with massage therapy for over 20 years. Swedish Massage techniques are used for the holistic healing process from infants to the elderly.

We accept payment via cash, cheque, debit cards, Visa and Mastercard. We are open Monday - Thursday 9:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.

Friday - Sunday flexible hours - same day appointment bookings only

Free parking is available, and we are alongside 3 major bus routes in Kingston.

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