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Acuouncture Clinic

Acupuncture

Acupuncture promotes wellness and treats pain by relaxing tense muscles using very thin needles placed at strategic locations on your body.

RMT MASSAGE

RMT Massage

Massage Therapy is one of the oldest known health care practices traced back in history to ancient China. With both medical knowledge and massage training.

RMT Therapists Vancouver

RMT Therapist

Our Registered Massage Therapists have years of training in diverse types of treatment techniques and massage therapy.

THAI MASSAGE

Thai Massage

Thai Massage is an ancient healing practice combining acupressure and assist yoga postures.

Our Commitment to You!

Serene Massage Clinic provides Registered Massage Therapy in a calm and relaxing atmosphere. Our Vancouver office is located in the heart of the medical district Fairview area near Cambie and Broadway. Our friendly and educated staff of Registered Massage Therapists practice treating a wide range of medical concerns, injuries, and stress-related issues.

Some Conditions Registered Massage Therapist Commonly Treat

  • Low back pain
  • Sciatica
  • Headaches/Migraines
  • Muscle strains or Sprains
  • Thoracic Outlet Syndrome
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Whiplash injuries
  • Frozen Shoulder
  • Stress management

Benefits You May receive with Registered Massage Therapy

  • Relieves headache and migraine pain
  • Promotes wound healing and reduces swelling
  • Decreases the effects of stress on the body
  • Improves circulation
  • Relaxation to enhance physical and emotional health
  • Enhances Range of Motion

RMT Massage Therapy has been proven to break the cycle of pain and injury through specific palpation as well as manipulation techniques, to promote circulation and improve the function of the muscles and joints.

About Us

RMT Massage Therapy has been proven to break the cycle of pain and injury through specific palpation as well as manipulation techniques to promote circulation and improve the function of the muscles and joints.

Our Mission

Serene Clinic’s mission is to offer support to our Vancouver clients young and elderly with massage treatments tailored to their specific needs. Our goal is to foster self-empowerment by providing information and home exercises to enhance the client in their journey to personal well being.

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What our customer has to say

Commonly Asked RMT Questions

Does Massage Therapy actually benefit me?
Yes absolutely, the benefits of Registered Massage Therapy are many: with increased circulation there is increased blood flow to the muscles which brings nutrients and oxygen which promotes healing of the muscle. Massage helps alleviate painful muscle spasm, which can also reduce headaches, migraines, relief anxiety, also helps with flexibility and optimal range of motion to promote good posture.

Can Massaging a muscle knot make it worse?
An RMT will always increase the circulation before applying specific work on the muscle spasm or a trigger point. With different techniques that apply direct pressure to the muscle the blood flow is increased which helps the muscle heal. When you release the tension and fluids in the muscle the effects can be delayed, though the next day you should feel an improvement of your symptoms.

Do Muscle knots go away by themselves?
When the body is threatened by an injury, strained, or a weak area of musculoskeletal system it goes into spasm to protect itself which may feel like a knot. This can cause constant pain. Massage therapy promotes increased circulation and nutrients to the muscle which in turn promotes healing and relaxation of the body.

Can a bad massage cause nerve damage?
No nerve damage with massage is really rare. Most often nerve impingement is caused by an injury or compression of the nerve by surrounding muscular or spinal structures. Massage can help pinpoint the source of the affected nerve and relax the surrounding muscles to release the compression.

Who should avoid Massage Therapy?
If you have burns, wounds, infections, unhealed fractures, severe thrombocytopenia, bleeding disorders, active cancer treatments or you are currently prescribed blood thinning medication you should avoid massage therapy until you receive permission from your doctors before booking a massage.

What is a good practice after a massage?
Drink lots of fluids to hydrate your cells. It’s not recommended to perform strenuous activity so your body can relax and heal. An Epsom salt bath will help further relax the muscles and help eliminate the toxins and waste products. A Registered Massage Therapist will also teach you stretches or strengthening exercises for home care.

Do you wear clothes for a massage?
With an oil massage you will undress in privacy to your comfort level and get comfortable on the table covered with sheets and blanket the therapist will ask permission before undraping the area to be massaged. Different types of massage like Muscle Energy or Thai Massage you may have the treatment done with clothing on.

Why am I so tired after a Massage?
It is normal to feel sleepy or tired following a Registered Massage Therapy session as your muscles are going through a process of eliminating the released toxins and the accumulated stress while your body is healing. Sometimes people fall asleep in a relaxation massage but with a therapeutic massage it is important for the therapist to get feedback from the client.

Can a Massage cause a blood clot?
Very uncommon, if a person is predisposed to blood clots they should consult with their doctor before a massage. With elderly patients commonly you would do a lighter massage because they have increased sensitivity.