Currently Closed for COVID 19 / Social Distancing

As per the Provincial Health Organization in BC, Massage Therapy will be restarting with Phase 2 starting after mid-May. I hope to be up and running at the start of June once the College of Massage Therapy of BC has approved our new operating procedures. Check back soon for updates or email me directly at

Therapeutic Massage

A combination of therapeutic massage techniques as well as Swedish techniques that uses long strokes, kneading, and deep circular movements.

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Recent News

Due to social distancing I have had to close my massage therapy practice. In the mean time I have been taking continuing education for massage therapy and trying to social distance as much as I can. If you have any questions or would like to be on a list to contact when I reopen please email me directly!

Learn More About the Benefits of Massage

Massage is generally considered part of complementary and alternative medicine. It's increasingly being offered along with standard treatment for a wide range of medical conditions and situations.

Studies of the benefits of massage demonstrate that it is an effective treatment for reducing stress, pain and muscle tension. Below are just some of the effects massage can have on the body as mentioned by Fiona Rattray in the text "CLinical Massage Therapy".

  • Promote Relaxation and decrease Stress

    Massage can help with reducing anxiety, stress and depression. It can help to give a patient a sense of well being and relaxation after their massage.

  • Move better, feel better

    Massage can relax muscles, decrease spasms and help to decrease trigger points, fibrosis and adhesions. It can also help with improving resting muscle length.

  • Promote Better Circulation

    Although a transient effect, massage can help increase local circulation temporarily. Because of this, approptiate techniques can be utilized for those with cardiac, hypertension as well as stressed clients.

  • Pain Control

    Massage can reduce or help manage pain. Massage can address the source of the pain and stop the painful nerve from firing. It can help break the pain cycle that can often begin when there is reduced oxygen to tissue.

About Evan

I graduated from the Vancouver College of Massage Therapy and became registered in November 2018.

In my free time I am learning more about massage, weight training or exploring the local mountains.

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Still have questions after reading my FAQ ? Contact me for more information or click the Massage FAQ link to learn more about massage.

Cell: 604-725-2222