Who is a Massage Therapist?

RMTs are regulated Healthcare professionals that complete a specialized government-approved program at an accredited college. This program requires rigorous study and a thorough understanding of anatomy physiology, pathology, neurology, kinesiology and clinical sciences.

All RMT's must complete registration exams set by the College of Massage Therapists of British Columbia (CMTBC) and must continue with post graduate studies to maintain registration. RMT's honor a code of ethics set by the CMTBC which ensures that clients receive safe, competent and ethical care.

What does a RMT do?

RMT's are trained to evaluate and treat individual health needs based on a client's health history and assessment results. RMT's are taught to provide manual therapeutic techniques to directly affect the musculoskeletal, circulatory and neurological systems of the body to promote continued health and to rehabilitate injured soft tissue.

Are Massage Therapists treatments covered by insurance?

Massage Therapy may also be covered by your extended healthcare plan so check with your insurance provider for details.

What to expect from your first massage treatment.

When you arrive please fill out a Health History form.

You can also fill out a form online
Or print a copy, fill it out and bring it with you.
(See Home or Contact page for links)

  • The Therapist will accept payment for treatment (or possibly after treatment).
  • You and your Therapist will go through your health history and do an assessment of the issues you currently have.
  • The Therapist will provide treatment.
  • After treatment the Therapist may re assess and explain continued treatment plan if necessary.
  • If you would like to make another appointment you can do so with the Therapist or you can book an appointment at your convenience online.
  • Then make sure to have a wonderful day :)


  • General Pain Issues
  • Stress Reduction
  • Desk Related Soreness & Tension
  • Motor Vehicle Accidents (MVA)
  • Headaches
  • Chronic Injury
  • Tight Muscles from Training
  • Decrease in Energy from Lack of Circulation
  • And More


  • Deep Tissue Massage
  • Myofascial Release
  • Muscle Energy Technique
  • Trigger Point Therapy
  • Joint Mobilization
  • Sport Massage
  • Therapeutic Exercise
  • Swedish Massage

All Fee Schedules for RMT will include the following five (5) steps:

Clinical Time includes:

  1. Administration
  2. Assessment
  3. Evaluation
  4. Treatment
  5. Patient Education