Nik is an RMT with more than 13 years of professional practice in Toronto. A graduate of Vilnius University, he obtained his degree in Kinesiotherapy and Applied Kinesiology. Nik received his Acupuncture Diploma from the Royal Canadian College of Massage Therapy and a Diploma with Honors in Massage Therapy from Elmcrest College of Applied Health Sciences in Toronto. He also possesses International Diplomas in Zen Shiatsu massage and reflexology, Su-Jok Acupuncture, Zen Yoga and Yoga Therapy.
Why should patients choose you as their provider instead of others in the area?
To see a new approach to efficiently improve their health condition, relying on my extensive training and multi-year experience.
What are the top 3 treatments that you focus on?
- Sports hot stone (deep tissue) – for sports injuries such as low back strain, tennis/golf elbow, etc.; - Neuromuscular aromatherapy massage (gentle and soft) – for concussion, whiplash, chronic fatigue syndrome, migraine, PTSD, etc.; - Zen Shiatsu massage and reflexology (over the clothing on the table) – for improving wellbeing, treating injuries, visceral organs imbalance, and relaxation using acupressure techniques, movements, stretches, moxa, gold and silver pellets, energy meridians balancing, employing traditional Japanese/Chinese energy concepts without the application of acupuncture. In a regular massage therapy session, the treatment might include different assessment tests and modalities oriented to treat actual unique individual health condition of the patient.
What are you proud of in your practice?
Working with patients and therapists of different professional training, experience and cultural background.
Which cases do you enjoy treating? Why?
The most clinically complicated cases that were unsuccessfully treated by other therapists. It becomes particularly interesting and challenging to find out the underlying factors of the health condition, and after a step-by-step successful improvement in the patient’s condition, to see his/her smile and self-confidence.