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1 112-889 7th Ave W, Vancouver, BC V5Z 1C2 Get directions
Cranial Sacral Therapy, Muscle Energy, Positional Release Therapy, Low Back And Hip Pain, Migraines And Headaches, Chronic/ Acute Pain Management, Concussions, Neck Pain And Whiplash, Dowsing, TMJ (Jaw Pain And Dysfunction)

Robin Goldfarb RMT, CST, BARA

2 330-5780 Cambie St, Vancouver, BC V5Z 3A7 Get directions
Massage Therapy, Massage, Manual Lymphatic Drainage, Deep Tissue Massage

Registered Massage Therapist. Serving the Vancouver and surrounding areas 20+ years.

102-678 Broadway W, Vancouver, BC V5Z 1G1 Get directions
Point Press Massage, Relaxation Oil, Deep Tissue with Oil, Aromatherapy

ToeToSoul Relax Lounge is a team of professionals providing high quality reflexology and massage services in a high-end environment, while aspiring to promote well-being in every i...

20-555 12th Ave W, Vancouver, BC V5Z 3X7 Get directions

Over 4300 square feet makes Axiom one of the largest full service salon and spas in BC. Over 25 years in business with highly trained, award winning stylists and aestheticians to s...

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Massage therapists in Vancouver BC

There’s nothing better than a soothing massage to rub out all those kinks and stress knots out of your back. From a simple day at the spa to regular massage therapy, finding a registered massage therapist should be taken as seriously as trying to find a family doctor.


Tips on how to find a message therapist in Vancouver BC

  • Certification: The massage therapist you choose must be certified or licensed in the province they practice. When looking up massage therapist listings make sure you can identify either CMT (Certified Massage Therapist) or LMT (Licensed Massage Therapist) next to their name. A registered massage therapist should also carry professional malpractice insurance.
  • Your needs: Ask yourself the following;
    • Am I interested in physical rehabilitation or sport training enhancement?
    • Am I looking for relief from physical or emotional stress?
    • What areas of my body are stiff or in pain? What areas will I want the massage therapist to focus on?

The more specific you are about your needs, the better equipped your massage therapist will be able to handle your massages.

  • Experience and technique: Another question you may want to ask your potential massage therapist is what type of experience they have and how long have they been practicing. You may be interested to know that your potential massage therapist also practises reflexology.
  • Massage schools vs. private massage therapy clinics: If you are looking for a good price on your next massage, you may want to be a willing participant in the education of a massage therapist in training at a school. If your needs are specific, stick to a certified professional that will be able to focus on your pain and stress and conduct follow-up massages – your back will be thankful for it.
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