Take Your Mark Healing Arts​


                   "I wish I could show you when you are alone or in darkness the astonishing light of your own being".   ~ Hafid Shriaz


Natasha Boomer has amazing hands. For her, it's not just about muscles, it's about releasing whatever energies are blocked so you can vibrate a beautifully as you were meant to. I've laughed on her table and I've cried on her table. Nobody else has hands like her.

- Ashley B Actor/Writer/Comedian



Natasha treats the whole person: the muscles and tissues of the body, the energy flowing thought the chakras, and the mind, through her insightful reflections. I come away from her massages feeling, relaxed, renewed and inspired.

- Rachel S,  Kindergarden teacher/Tai chi instructor



I wasn't sure what to expect from a Chakra Balancing Massage, but I knew I was intrigued. Natasha immediately made me feel comfortable and explained everything as we went along. It was not only very relaxing, but there were moments where I truly felt transported to another spiritual plane. I worked out quite a few emotional issues on that massage table! Afterwards, I really did feel like I was floating home. Overall, a magical experience that I would recommend to anyone. 

- Rica Eckersley, Senior Copywriter, Leo Burnett Canada


My first massage with Natasha Boomer left me totally addicted.  I felt as if I was floating down her street on the way to the subway.  As I started to come regularly it felt as it she was getting to know my body more and my healing excelerated.   I highly recommend Natasha and her hands, she knows things, she listens to the body, she can help you.  Trust me. 

- Cindy S,  Vice Principal Middle School



In 2011 I was trying masseuses, physiotherapists, chiropractors, and acupuncturists to help with migraines and upper back pain, but I left each one because they either weren’t helping or were making things worse. In 2012 I was lucky enough to meet Natasha Boomer who instantly became a crucial guide for me in life, improv, and healing. I have gone to Boomer many times for Reiki as well as massages, each time leaving feeling energized and renewed in every sense. Boomer ‘s definitely the best masseuse I’ve had and the most affordable. And she doesn’t do it for the money. She clearly cares and puts care into it, and it clearly shows. –--- Mike Lee, Actor/Comedian/Musician



I pulled my neck improvising. It sucked. So I called Natasha Boomer. She cleared her schedule and saw me the next morning. She was wonderful enough to work out a deal of 4 massages for almost $$$ nothing. SHE HAS AN AMAZING PRACTICE!!!

After Day 1 - My neck was 75% better. Day 2 - My neck was completely healed. Day 3 - I got a bunch of weird grapefruit lotion that was supposed to make me psychic. Instead I fell asleep and got a sweet hour and half massage while I napped. Actually I have no idea if it was a good massage. I don't remember it. She could have casted weird Wiccan on magic me while I was unconscious. I'm not sure. All I know is - I woke up feeling great - Wiccan sorcery or not. Day 4 - During this final massage my Third Eye opened, shattering the blocks on my throat chakra, I began to convulse with ancient tongues, as I astrally projected into the core of white vibrations of the world beyond this one. True enlightenment or whatever was pretty amazing and was kind of traumatizing - but so affordable!!! EVERYONE GO SET UP AN APPOINTMENT FOR A RUB DOWN! Even if you don't know her, she'll see you, so don't be weird about contacting her, because she grew up on a farm and never learned about human boundaries! Enjoy everybody!!! 

- Rob Norman, Writer/Improvisor/Teacher/Grand Wizard


My girlfriend sent me, I thought it was going to be a regualar massage, of which I have had many.  It was not.  I don't know what she did while I was sleeping (which almost never happens to me on a table)  but if felt like when I got up I fit differently in my body.   I would highly highly recommend her and her magic hands.

 -Dale F, Personal Trainer



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