Massage Therapy Vancouver

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Massage Therapy Vancouver









Spring is in the air. As the weather begins to get warmer and we are seeing longer days, many of us are feeling the need to get out of hibernation. Now is the time for sunny walks in the park, enjoying tasty meals on patios and of course treating ourselves to Massage Therapy in Vancouver!

At Broadway Wellness we have several experienced Registered Massage Therapists and one Certified Massage Therapist. Some of the types of treatment offered at our clinic include: Trigger Points, Deep Tissue, Myofascial, Medium Pressure, Relaxation, Visceral, Craniosacral, Rolfing, ART Therapy, Sports Injuries, Chronic Pain, Headaches, Prenatal, TMJ, Neck/Shoulder & Back Pain, Nerve Pain and Posture Alignment. You can read bios on all of our therapists here on our website.

Wondering about different types of Massage Therapy in Vancouver? Here are few descriptions of what we offer at our clinic:

Visceral – Visceral is a subtle body technique, that involves the release of tension in the ligaments of the organs in the body. It is a gentle treatment but relatively deep tissue therapy with an emphasis on making sure that the organs move and glide freely.

Craniosacral – Craniosacral therapy is a gentle hands on technique that works the soft tissue structures of the body and flow of cerebrospinal fluid. It is used to free connective tissue surrounding the brain, spinal cord and membranes and bones from restrictions.

Rolfing – Rolfing is a hands on fascial technique that focuses on postural and spinal alignment to release pain and tensions in the body.

There are so many benefits to Massage Therapy as seen in this article. To book your Massage Therapy appointment in Vancouver at Broadway Wellness, visit our website here. Or give us a call at 604-732-5222 and our Front Desk team will be happy to assist you. We look forward to seeing you at our clinic soon!


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