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GST has been included in rates

Please note: we have relocated our practice to join ProHealth Clinics in New Westminster!

Appointment times include:

  • A thorough history & assessment prior to treatment

  • Massage therapy treatment

  • Homecare post-treatment 


Please arrive for your appointment on time. If you are running late, please call the clinic at (778) 397-2626 and leave a detailed voice message to let your therapist know you are running behind. 

The appointment starts at the booked appointment time. If your appointment is scheduled at 4:00 PM & you are 10 minutes late for a 60 minute treatment, your appointment will still end at 5:00 PM.

The history, the assessment & the homecare cannot be skipped under any circumstances.


Please review our late arrival policy located in our FAQ section (under Cancellation policy).


At this time, we are only allowing one treatment per patient a week.

For more information, please visit our FAQ section.

Thank you for understanding.

$ 94.50

45 minute appointment

Standard/classic treatment 

2-3 areas of concern

Returning Patients Only.

$126.00 new RMT rate as of June 1st, 2023

60 minute appointment

Standard/classic treatment

Various areas of concern

First Visit or Returning Patients

Visit the FAQ page to find out what needs to be completed prior to your appointment, our policies, where to park, how to enter the building, our Covid-19 precautions & other common inquiries. 



Registered massage therapist versed in techniques such as Swedish/relaxation massage, trigger point therapy,

myofascial release, deep tissue massage, sports massage, proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation (PNF),

joint mobilizations (grades 1-3), as well as active and passive stretching. 

Certified in instrument assisted soft tissue manipulation (IASTM), as well as pre and postnatal massage.

Click here to find out which massage treatment sounds right for you.



Used to promote relaxation, circulation and to help decrease tension built up by everyday activities.

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Massage therapy is utilized to help manage a health condition, prevent or temporarily relieve pain, prevent injury or enhance wellness by manual and physical manipulation of the body's soft tissues, including muscles, connective tissues, tendons, ligaments, and joints. Registered Massage Therapy is a regulated healthcare profession that consists of assessment and manipulation of the muscles and other soft tissues of the body.

Some benefits that are associated with massage therapy are:

  • Relaxation

  • Reduced stress 

  • Muscle relaxation & flexibility

  • Improved circulation

  • Helps lower blood pressure

  • Better posture 

  • Strengthen the body's immune system

There are different types of massage, which include:

Swedish (classic) massage is a technique using a firm or light pressure on the muscles. It involves long & gliding strokes. Primarily used to surge blood flow, releasing tension in the body's muscles (from everyday activities such as sitting at a computer), as well as improving their flexibility. Highly stimulating to your skin, which helps to reduce physical & emotional stress within the body. Swedish massage may be right for you if you are:

  • New to massage therapy.

  • Seeking relaxation.

  • Experiencing tension.

  • Seeking to manage minor pain.

  • Sensitive to touch.


Deep tissue/clinical massage is best utilized on muscle injuries (such as strains) & chronic issues. This technique involves applying sustained pressure using slow, deep strokes to target the deeper structures of the muscles & fascia (connective tissue). This helps to break up scar tissue that forms following an injury & to help reduce tension in muscle & tissue. It may also promote faster healing by increasing blood flow & reducing inflammation. Patients may experience discomfort during a deep tissue massage, specifically if your therapist targets a problem area. Always let your therapist know if the pressure becomes too painful or if you would like to stop the treatment. Deep tissue massage may be right for you if you are:

  • Suffering from severe muscle tension.

  • Seeking help to manage chronic pain.

  • Suffering from trigger points (knots), adhesions & particular problematic zones.

During an instrument assisted soft tissue manipulation (IASTM) treatment, your therapist will use a stainless steel tool to provide the soft tissue massage and manipulation. This tool is gently scraped and rubbed over your skin. The rubbing of the instrument is used to locate and release tightness in the fascial system. IASTM may be right for you if you are experiencing:

  • Limited mobility.

  • Pain with motion.

  • Loss of range of motion.

  • Excessive scar tissue formation.

  • Suffering from trigger points (knots).

The thought behind sports massage is to control the body's soft tissues & activate certain muscle groups relying on the nature of the sport the athlete plays. Sports massage may be right for you if you are looking for:

  • Help to recover from an injury due to repetitive muscle use.

  • Stimulating massage.

  • Improvement in flexibility & sports performance.

  • Reducing your risk of injury.

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