COVID-19 Protocols


All patients and Registered Massage Therapists wear face masks during treatments, and we sanitize all surfaces in our treatment rooms after each session. RMTs self-screen for symptoms every day using BC COVID-19 symptom assessment protocols.

Patients, if you’re feeling unwell or exhibiting any signs of illness, please cancel your appointment. If you arrive to your appointment with cold symptoms, your appointment will be cancelled and the full cost of the treatment will be charged.

Here’s what you can expect:

  • While at the clinic, wear your mask at all times
  • Arrive 1-2 minutes before your appointment and no sooner
  • Please come unaccompanied; if you require a chaperone or translator please contact your RMT to discuss ahead of time
  • Upon arrival, sanitize your hands
  • Payment will be taken using either the tap card method or charging to the card on file; receipts will be emailed

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Top 5 Trauma-Informed Resources for Massage Therapists

Top 5 Trauma-Informed Resources for Massage Therapists

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Summary: Massage Therapists are increasingly recognizing the importance of providing trauma-informed care, however it’s not taught in most massage programs. This article lists our top 5 recommendations for learning about trauma-informed care and how to apply it in your practice. There is no regulation for using the phrase “trauma-informed”

The Scientific Benefits of Massage Therapy

The Scientific Benefits of Massage Therapy

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Massage therapy can reduce anxiety, depression, pain and improve quality and duration of sleep. Improvements in sleep, mood and pain levels can create windows of opportunity where you feel better and can move and socialize more.

What is trauma-informed massage therapy?

What is trauma-informed massage therapy?

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Summary: Trauma-informed massage therapy is an approach to practice and not a massage technique. It’s built upon four principles: trauma awareness, safety and trust, collaborative choice and connection, and strength-based skill-building. Registered Massage Therapists working in this area don’t have to be experts in trauma, but can respond

With great respect and gratitude, we practice massage therapy on the traditional, ancestral and unceded territory of the Coast Salish Peoples –Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish), Səl̓ílwətaʔ/Selilwitulh (Tsleil-Waututh) And Xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam) Nations.

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