Massage therapy is used to treat muscle and nervous system dysfunction (problems) through kneading and massaging the tissues, which helps recalibrate the body’s nervous system.
Massage therapy has been used since humans started recording history, helping maintain health and function.
We have fascia (connective tissue in and around all muscles, bones, joints, and organs) almost everywhere in our body. For a variety of reasons specific to the individual, it sometimes gets stuck, causing a cascade of effects affecting muscles, joints, and organs.
Your therapist uses myofascial release to loosen fascial restrictions to help improve the function of your body.
Osteopathy looks at the body as a whole system and believes that we function as a whole unit. If something is out of balance (not functioning optimally) it can affect other systems. Osteopathic treatment techniques vary by practitioner but include modalities such as myofascial release, cranial sacral work, muscle energy, general osteopathic technique, positional release, joint play, and visceral manipulation.
A gentle technique used to assess and treat restrictions in the fascia/connective tissue around the skull, this technique optimizes the flow of blood, cerebral spinal fluid, and nerve function. It is often used to help calm the nervous system and promote general wellbeing; many clients find it very relaxing.
A gentle assessment and treatment of the fascial (connective tissue) systems surrounding our abdomen (belly’s) organs to help promote optimal function. Often used to help with some digestion concerns and general health functioning.
Pre- and post-natal massage during and after pregnancy can help alleviate discomfort associated with the hard work of bearing and birthing a child.
Used to help people optimize their athletic training to get the most out of their sessions. If an injury has occurred, massage therapy helps with the rehabilitation process.
A form of energy work designed to show the body how to heal itself. Treatments may focus on digestive issues, hormone balancing, trauma release, and nervous system calming.
A credit card is required to secure your booking online. It will only be charged in the event of a missed appointment or a cancellation with less than 24 hours’ notice: See our cancellation policy below. You may choose to use this credit card for payment at the time of treatment, and we also accept debit or cash.
Each therapist sets their own rates. Please click here to view treatment options and pricing.
For payments we accept credit cards, debit, and cash.
We can also bill directly to many extended health plans. Please note that not all plans allow payment to go to the practitioner directly, or for us to bill them.
We do not currently bill directly with ICBC. For ICBC claims you will need to pay out of pocket and have ICBC reimburse you. Please chat with your adjuster if you have any questions about this.
Your time has been set aside for you, but if you need to cancel your appointment, we request a minimum of 24 hours’ notice for all cancellations.
This allows for other clients to access treatments as needed, and for our practitioners to reallocate time or to take on a last minute treatment request. Barring any extenuating circumstances, appointments cancelled without 24 hours’ notice will be charged the full treatment fee to the credit card on file.