Registered massage therapists (RMT) in British Columbia are health professionals regulated by CMTBC under BC’s Health Professions Act.
Registered Massage Therapists (RMTs) are effective in the treatment and management of many health conditions and committed to restoring and maintaining optimal health for their patients.
Massage may be helpful in reducing tension and pain, improving blood flow, and encouraging relaxation. Massage therapists usually apply pressure with their hands, but they can also use their forearms or elbows. There are at least 80 different types of massage. Some are gentle, and some are very active and intense deep tissue.
A few reasons for massage therapy: Relieve stress, manage chronic pain, help fibromyalgia pain, reduce muscle tension, pre- or post workout / training to enhance exercise performance, help with sleep, reduce tension headaches, improved cardiovascular health, overall health and wellness. The benefits are numerous.