Registered Massage Therapy, Windsor

RMT Massage

Our massage therapy treatments in Windsor are performed by registered massage therapists who are trained in reducing stress and alleviating tension induced headaches and muscle aches.


  • 30 minutes – $67
  • 45 minutes – $77
  • 60 minutes – $95
  • 90 minutes – $135
  • Pre-Natal Massage – $95

Direct billing available to insurance companies

Registered Massage Therapy, Windsor

Our massage therapy services in Windsor focus on providing the most relaxing and caring experience while relieving your body from stress and pain.

The Registered Massage Therapists at LitRosi utilize a range of techniques to provide effective massage therapies catered to your individual needs. These techiques include Deep Tissue Massage, Swedish Massage, Hot Stone Therapy and Myofascial Release.

We are committed to providing the ultimate in relaxation at a price you can afford. Visit our tranquil, comfortable environment – a perfect sanctuary for your self-care in the middle of the hustle of downtown Windsor.

Deep Tissue Massage

Deep tissue massage has both psychological and physical advantages. Deep tissue massage helps to relieve muscle discomfort and reduce stiffness, in contrast to other massage treatments that emphasise relaxation. However, it might still support your mental relaxation.

Swedish Massage

In order to remove lactic acid, uric acid, and other waste products from the muscles, the treatment quickens blood flow. Stretching tendons and ligaments makes them more flexible. Stress is reduced while nerves are stimulated and calmed. Muscle relaxation is the main objective.

Myofascial Release

By working on the fascia, the connective tissues that surround muscles, blood vessels, and nerves, myofascial release tries to reduce discomfort. By gently rolling the skin back and forth on the back, legs, and other parts of the body, a therapist stretches and releases those connective tissues. Typically, no oils, lotions, or massage equipment is utilised.

Trigger Point Therapy

Releasing or softening a muscle knot to reduce (or eliminate) the knot pain and associated pain. This release happens by applying various levels of pressure to muscle knots, and then stretching the affected areas through a complete range of motion.