Massage Therapy

What is Massage Therapy?

Massage Therapy provides treatment and prevention of physical dysfunction, injury,
pain as well as disorders of soft tissue and joints of the body by manipulation,
mobilization and other manual methods. The purpose of massage therapy
treatments is to develop, maintain, rehabilitate, augment physical function, relieve
pain or promote health. Within the health profession of Massage Therapy,
practitioners provide the service of assessment to soft tissue and joints of the body.
Massage Therapy can help improve circulation, reduce muscular tension, improve
joint mobility and reduce or eliminate pain.

What is an RMT? 

A Registered Massage Therapist (RMT) in British Columbia is a regulated health
professional recognized under British Columbia Health Professions Act.
Registrants have completed rigorous post–secondary education in clinical
applications of health sciences in massage therapy settings. High standards are set
for members to deliver safe, ethical and effective care to the general public.

Massage therapy can provide relief for many conditions including but not limited to:
-Stress
-Sports Injuries
-Headaches
-Chronic pain
-Pregnancy
-Whiplash
-Tendonitis

 

Please complete the RMT Intake form before your first appointment: RMT Intake