New Protocols in place for In-Clinic RMT Services...
Registered Massage Therapy patients must complete a telephone assessment with their therapist one day BEFORE they receive in-person treatment. This is a non-negotiable requirement set out by the College of Massage Therapists of British Columbia. You will receive a call from your therapist that may come up as a private phone number.
Please ensure you connect with your therapist, or call us at 604-535-7705 if you do not receive this call.
Your appointment will be cancelled if this phone assessment is not completed
Thank you for understanding and cooperation! We are looking forward to seeing you soon!😊
Please review all of our new protocols for in-clinic services by clicking here.
ABOUT REGISTERED MASSAGE THERAPY
All of our Massage Practitioners are Registered Massage Therapists (RMTs).
Massage Therapy involves the manipulation of the soft tissues of the body, including muscles, connective tissues, tendons, ligaments and joints.
It can prevent and help alleviate discomforts associated with everyday and occupational stresses, as well as muscular overuse and many chronic pain conditions. Everyone from athletes to executives and people of all ages can benefit.
Massage helps restore normal functioning of the body by improving circulation and flexibility while decreasing musculo-skeletal tension and pain.
In stress related conditions, it can relieve tension headaches and reduce the physical effects of occupational stress and fatigue. It has an overall tonic effect on the body and promotes a general feeling of well-being, aiding in relaxation.
Our RMTs are fully equipped to comfortably accommodate prenatal or pregnancy massage with the aid of a pregnancy cushion.
Arthritis, tendonitis and sciatica - Back and neck pain - Chronic stress and tension - Circulatory conditions - Headaches and migraines - Muscular sprains/strains/spasms - Neurological disorders (ie.Parkinson's, Multiple Sclerosis) - Postural problems - Pregnancy: Pre and post natal discomforts - Whiplash & other MVA injuries - Digestive issues - Knee injuries - Piriformis syndrome (aka sciatica) -
Plantar Fasciitis - Bursitis - Edema - TMJ (temporomandibular Joint Disorder) - Osteoarthritis symptoms - Scar tissue breakdown - Insomnia - Preventative care for active individuals
*An RMT is a Registered Massage Therapist. They are trained healthcare specialists qualified to assess and evaluate your condition and carry out massage treatments accordingly. In British Columbia, RMTs are regulated under the Health Professions Act and associated legislation, the Massage Therapists Act. MSP offers partial funding for massage therapy treatments for people on premium assistance. Many Extended Health Plans completely or partially cover massage therapy however often a referral from your doctor is required when submitting your receipts. Please contact your insurance administrator for information.*
*We accept RCMP and DVA claims as well*