Saturday March 16th

Community Thai Massage

with Elizabeth Ewanchuk

Gurushabd Khalsa Expired Workshops

Caring for our well-being shouldn’t be a luxury. Unfortunately for some of us, financial pressures prevent us from accessing quality healthcare on a regular basis. Let’s do something to change that!

I’m pleased to offer Thai massages to those unable to afford my regular rates. The third Saturday of each month is reserved for Community Thai Massage, located in the Healing Room at Lotus.

If you’re someone who finds it challenging to make ends meet (such as a full-time post secondary student, a senior living on a fixed income, are receiving social assistance, have considerable medical expenses not covered by OHIP or are under-employed) and would like to experience the healing benefits of Thai massage, please give me a call.*

Over the years I’ve experienced economic highs and lows and am grateful for practitioners who offered their services at a rate I could manage. Their generosity allowed me to care for my health without adding further financial strain to my personal budget. I’m honoured to help others this same way.

Cheers,
Elizabeth Ewanchuk

Date & Time

Saturday March 16th
9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Reduced Rate

$50 for a 1-hour session, cash only (includes HST)**

*To make these sessions available to those most in need, folks with greater means (you own property; have investments, RRSPs, GICs; are able to travel recreationally; or work part-time by choice) are encouraged to book sessions at Elizabeth’s regular rate.

**If this rate is inaccessible to you, please reach out to Elizabeth to discuss what an appropriate amount would be.

Book A Session

To schedule your one-hour session, please call Elizabeth at 416-992-2440. Bookings open March 1st.

About the Practitioner

Elizabeth Ewanchuk helps clients experience greater ease in their bodies. As a Thai Massage Master and Craniosacral Therapist, she brings over 20 years of practice to each session. Enjoy the benefits of a relaxed nervous system; enhanced recovery from injury and illness; increased range of motion; reduction of pain; and sounder sleep.