Open Now: New location in Bridgeland-Riverside, Calgary

Hot Stone

Hot Stone in Calgary

We have finally come to Calgary!  This is our second location in addition to our Mississauga branch.  Located right at the heart of Calgary, we are easily accessible — just 10 minutes’ walk from the central business district and the Calgary Tower. 

We are delighted to share the exciting news of our second location opening in Calgary, nestled in the charming Bridgeland-Riverside area. This expansion is a significant milestone in our journey, and we’re thrilled to bring our Hot Stone service to this vibrant community. As we prepare to launch our Nuad Thai Massage clinic in Bridgeland-Riverside area, we eagerly anticipate contributing to the growth and success of the area while upholding our commitment to exceptional service.

We aim to be your go-to after-work unwind routine.  Here with us, you can enjoy and relax by doing absolutely nothing.  Hot Stone Massage brings your body and mind to complete relaxation with gentle touch and carefully controlled heat, releases tension and stress, and re-energizes you for another hectic week.

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Hot Stone in Calgary
Hot Stone in Mississauga
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Hot Stone in Mississauga

Welcome to CAAAM!  Having rooted in the beautiful lakeside community in Mississauga for over 10 years, we have always believed that massage is for everyone.  Your physical, emotional and spiritual wellbeing is our top priority.  Hot Stone Massage, which is a combination of Swedish Massage and the use of Hot Stones, is known to be one of the most relaxing forms of massage.  Our therapists are well-trained to work with hot stones to make sure you have a positive, safe Hot Stone Massage experience.  Visit our shop, give us a call or book online to make an appointment with us!

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FAQs About Hot Stone

What is Hot Stone?

Hot Stone Massage is best for people who have muscle pain and tension or who simply want to relax.  This type of therapeutic massage is similar to Swedish massage except that therapists use heated stones in lieu of or in addition to their hands.  During Hot Stone Massage, smooth, flat, heated stones are placed on different areas of the body.  Therapists may hold a stone as they massage different parts of the body using Swedish Massage techniques with gentle pressure.  Sometimes, cold stones are also used after hot stones to calm any engorged blood vessels and to soothe the skin.

Is Hot Stone safe?

The stones are usually made of basalt, a type of volcanic rock that retains heat.  The stones are heated in a controlled manner to ensure they do not exceed the proper temperature.  The temperature of the stones typically ranges between 43-55 degrees Celsius and is set to ensure the stones do their job without causing you harm.  Nevertheless, every person has different pain tolerance.  You are encouraged to notify the massage therapist immediately if you begin to feel any pain or discomfort.

What are the benefits of Hot Stone?

Hot Stone helps ease muscle tension, improve blood flow, alleviate pain, promote relaxation, and relieve stress.

What do I need to prepare for Hot Stone?  Will I have to undress?

Make sure you are clean and free of fragranced personal care products before receiving Hot Stone Massage.  You may undress to the level you are comfortable.  Since you will be covered in a drape except for whichever body part the massage therapist is working on, underwear is optional.  For a full body massage, most get completely undressed.  However, if you will be more comfortable with leaving your underwear on, that is fine.  Our experienced therapists will give you privacy to undress and get comfortable on the table, and will work around the clothes you left on as best as they can.

I am pregnant.  Is Hot Stone right for me?

When performed by a trained therapist, Hot Stone Massage is generally safe.  A prenatal massage may help relieve stress and ease uncomfortable pregnancy symptoms.  However, most massage therapists would not use Hot Stones on pregnant women.  Pregnant clients are encouraged to obtain doctor’s approval before receiving Hot Stone Massage.

Who should avoid Hot Stone?

Clients with the following conditions should avoid Hot Stone:

  • Bleeding disorder or taking blood thinners
  • Burns on skin
  • Open wounds
  • History of blood clots
  • Had surgery in the last 6 weeks
  • Fracture or severe Osteoporosis
  • Low platelet count (Thrombocytopenia)
  • Diabetes


For more details or if unsure about their conditions, clients are encouraged to consult with us directly via telephone or email.

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