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Registered Massage Therapy

Registered Massage Therapy has proven to help those suffering from arthritis, chronic stress, neck and back pain, headaches and many other soft tissue injuries or conditions.

Our passionate and experienced Registered Massage therapists have:

  • 3000 hours of training, the highest standards in North America
  • the education to recognize when a patient may need to see a doctor
  • a regulatory body that ensures the public receives safe, ethical care
  • mandatory, continuing education and upgrading

Christine Tenn, RMT

Christine has been a registered massage therapist for more than 7 years. Her love of science and passion for pain reduction led her to become a RMT. Christine uses a mélange of deep tissue, Swedish, Trigger Point release and fascial techniques. Other techniques that may be included are Cyriax friction, tapotement, Kinesio taping and lymphatic drainage.
In her spare time, Christine enjoys reading medical journals, articles from the NIH and articles on the pathophysiology of diseases and related pharmacology. You will find Christine at the Vancouver Art Gallery oohing and aahing at the beautiful paintings of the Impressionism Masters or laughing hysterically as she makes her way down rapids while White Water rafting.

Christina Nguyen, RMT

Christina graduated from the Registered Massage Therapy program at West Coast College of Massage Therapy. Christina is a fitness enthusiast that enjoys participating in powerlifting. This hobby has inspired her to pursue a hands-on career in massage therapy. Christina focuses on developing patient centered goals and creating a thorough individual treatment plan for each patient as everyone’s body is different. In her treatments she uses a variety of massage therapy techniques including deep tissue massage, trigger point release, PNF stretching, joint mobilization and Swedish massage.

Mikayla, Ritter, RMT

Mikayla Ritter graduated In August 2017 from the WCCMT with a diploma in massage therapy and received her official RMT designation in November 2017.

Mikayla previously worked as a lifeguard/swim coach in the Chilliwack Aquatic center, which also had a very busy RMT clinic. After talking with multiple people who were using massage therapy for rehabilitative purposes, Mikayla was intrigued about therapeutic approach of Massage Therapy. It was at this point that Mikayla took steps to achieve her goal in becoming an RMT; she just knew she wanted to be a part of this profession.

Mikayla likes to incorporate a variety of techniques in her treatment style; such as Swedish massage, trigger point release, myofascial, and stretching to name a few. Mikayla believes that our bodies have an incredible ability to heal on their own, and that massage therapy can help facilitate in this process.

Outside of the clinic, Mikayla enjoys staying active outdoors with hiking, snowshoeing, and running.