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Registered Massage Therapist (RMT)

Our Vancouver Registered Massage Therapists - RMT -  are highly trained and registered with the Massage Therapists Association of British Columbia. RMTs specialize in relaxation, reflexology, sports and deep tissue massage. We pride ourselves in our versatile treatments to suit you with aftercare and advice to help improve your general health and supporting your journey towards well being.

Registered Massage Therapy -RMT- is the manual manipulation of soft tissues to enhance a person’s health and well-being. It is widely understood that Massage Therapy decreases stress and helps control pain. Massage therapy is also very effective in treating deeper structures of the body, which is why it can help create positive change following a physical trauma, accident or surgery.

Massage Therapy at West End Wellness

Physical Benefits Of Massage Therapy

Enhances the health and nourishment of the skin
Helps alleviate stress and aids in relaxation
Helps relieve muscle tension and stiffness
Strengthens the immune system
Assists in post operative rehabilitation
Faster healing of strained muscles and ligaments
Alleviates discomfort during pregnancy
Treats musculo-skeletal problems
Assists in rehabilitation after injury
Promotes easier and deeper breathing
Reduces pain and swelling
Reduces formation of scar tissue
Improves circulation of blood and movement
Enhances the health and nourishment of the skin
Provides greater flexibility and range of motion
Enhances athletic performance


Is Massage Therapy Just For Relaxation?

While it is great way to promote relaxation, massage therapy is so much more. Massage helps manage pain, reduce stress, improve circulation, decrease muscle tension, ease breathing difficulties, lower blood pressure, reduce headaches, improve mobility, promote sleep, manage anxiety & depression and helps improve your overall wellness.

How Often Should I Get A Massage?

Depending on your preventative and maintenance needs, one massage per month is the recommended frequency. If your specific condition or needs demand it, your RMT will design a customized treatment plan which may involve more or less frequent massages.

Will I Experience Any Soreness Afterwards?

It’s not uncommon to feel some muscle soreness after a massage. Massage triggers a release of lactic acid stored in tight muscles, which can create a temporary feeling of soreness. The good news? Many people enjoy post-massage heightened energy levels and an increased range of motion.

Can I Get A Massage If I am Already In Pain?

With the appropriate pressure, massage can have a direct effect on the circulatory system, which helps reduce inflammation and helps relieve pain. You are encouraged to communicate with your RMT about your pain/comfort level at any time during your massage.

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