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  • Reiki Share with Eleanor Hayward & Stephanie Miloknay

    Posted on Saturday, April 8th, 2017

    Join us at Be Yoga & Wellness for some time to give and receive energy healing in our community! We are creating space for energy practitioners to connect with healing hands and share experience! Reiki practitioners are welcome to attend and share Universal Life Energy with others; set an intention to create deep relaxation, increase […]


  • Introduction to Massage for Couples Workshop

    Posted on Wednesday, March 22nd, 2017

    Introduction to Massage for Couples will provide basic Swedish massage techniques for relaxation and comfort, and an opportunity to communicate with your partner facilitated by a compassionate guide. Learn how to help your mate relax and feel better!


  • Holiday Open House and Market @Be Yoga & Wellness Burlington!

    Posted on Wednesday, November 30th, 2016

    You are invited to visit Be Yoga & Wellness’ Holiday Open House and Market this Saturday December 3rd from 9am-1pm, please plan to visit the wonderful people in this fantastic serene place!


  • Dynamic Balance is moving to Be Yoga & Wellness Burlington!!

    Posted on Wednesday, November 30th, 2016

    Announcing NEW Location for RMT Services! Eleanor Hayward RMT is delighted to share her massage practice Dynamic Balance Holistic Healing is moving this December 1st to Be Yoga & Wellness (4031 Fairview St. Unit #103, North-East corner @Walkers Line in Burlington Ontario)! She is very confident you will feel welcome and comfortable there! There are […]


  • What Are Benefits Of Massage Therapy For Seniors’ Symptoms?

    Posted on Friday, September 9th, 2016

    As the world exhibits population aging, Canadians’ expanded life spans may impact quality of life as they experience injuries and symptoms of physical and mental disorders. Seniors are facing physical or psychological symptoms influencing functional capacity and end-of-life palliative care. By studying the literature, I propose a comforting solution is provided by massage as a rehabilitative, restorative, supportive and palliative modality. Massage is often provided by a variety of health care professionals, usually trained massage therapists though nurses, physio and occupational therapists sometimes offer touch therapy as a component of care. Massage can be taught to patients as a method of self-care, or to caregivers for optimal wellness. By incorporating massage therapy into senior citizens’ lifestyles, symptoms including pain, anxiety and depression can be managed to improve health and wellness throughout life. There is a growing body of scientific evidence which enforces that giving and receiving massage improves, maintains or decreases loss of function and increases health. This essay outlines some of the benefits around the modality of touch and its applications for elderly patients today in Canada.


  • Voted BEST RMT in Oakville!! Thank you for your nominations and votes :)

    Posted on Wednesday, September 7th, 2016

    2016 Oakville Beaver Readers’ Choice Award Winners: Best Massage Therapist, Best Naturopathic Doctor, Best Personal Trainer, Best Nutritionist, Best Fitness Facility.


  • HEART HEALTH Seminar

    Posted on Wednesday, March 30th, 2016

    Seminar addressing creating & maintaining wellbeing through fitness, nutrition and massage therapy in Oakville Ontario, April 16th 2016 @4pm.


  • Wellness Sampling

    Posted on Thursday, March 17th, 2016

    TREAT YOURSELF WITH A MORNING OF MASSAGE, VEGAN FACIALS/MAKE-UP & TAROT READINGS! Wednesday March 23rd, 2016 9:30-11:30am $15 Your Experience Includes: ~15 minutes of Massage Therapy with Eleanor Hayward RMT, Dynamic Balance Holistic Healing ~ Vegan facials/makeup application/advice for all skin types with Angela Borgeest ~15 minute Intuitive Tarot Card Reading with Regan Hallatt, Rah […]


  • Massage Therapy & Kidney Health

    Posted on Thursday, March 17th, 2016

    Most people think of massage therapy as being specifically helpful to soft tissue, however treatment does contribute to overall organ health and well being. Massage therapists are trained to analyze a completed health history form, perform an assessment to make sure treatment is tailored to each patient. For example, when low to mid back pain […]


  • Eleanor Hayward RMT, YOUR Massage Therapist

    Posted on Thursday, February 4th, 2016

    Eleanor Hayward RMT has been a regulated health professional in Halton Region for more than a decade. She prides herself on quality customer service, contributing to the professional yet compassionate atmosphere at Oakville Naturopathic Wellness Centre. She believes healing is an art form, flowing with the individual space and experience of her patient that day. […]