Registered Massage Therapy

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Massage Therapy Treatment

Massage therapy uses a combination of massage techniques and active approaches such as exercise, stretching and movement training to help alleviate sore and tense muscles and joint pain.

Your athletic performance is dependent upon efficient systems and all massage therapy exercises, movement and mobility suggestions and techniques aim to make you, the athlete more efficient in your sport so you can utilize more energy towards performance as opposed to correcting imbalances and inefficiencies.

Massage Therapy Treats

Whether you are suffering from a new injury, or have the need to address long-standing pain issues, massage therapy offers solutions. It is also ideal for stress relief. Through a combination of breathing and massage techniques including Myofascial Release, Swedish, Range of Motion, Light Stretching and Deep Tissue, our massage therapy services will help ease pain while improving relaxation in daily life.


Monday: 9:30AM – 7:00PM
Tuesday: 9:30AM – 3:30PM
Wednesday: 9:30AM – 7:00PM
Thursday: 9:30AM – 3:30PM
​Friday: 9:30AM – 3:30PM

Or contact our front desk to book:

+1 (250) 591-9950

ICBC Coverage

If you were involved in a MVA, and are covered by ICBC, you could be entitled to certain benefits.

Noah Kavanagh


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Noah Kavanagh brings a fresh outlook to rehabilitation and massage therapy combining massage therapy techniques and movement-based solutions to his sessions. His knowledge of anatomy and physiology, as well as a background in personal training, allows him to offer active approaches like exercise and movement training.

During the massage portion of treatments, he focuses on Deep Tissue Massage, Myofascial Release, Swedish Massage, Breathing Training, Muscle Energy Techniques, Light Stretching and PNF Stretching.

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Sarah Rice


Sarah would like to acknowledge and express gratitude that she is a visitor on the traditional unceded territory of the Coast Salish Peoples, the traditional territory of the Snuneymuxw First Nation.

Sarah is a graduate of the Massage Therapy program at the West Coast College. She completed her program in 2019 and has, since then, been growing her practice in Victoria, BC.

Sarah looks forward to exploring more of the island and becoming a part of the community in Nanaimo. Living on the West Coast, she holds particular interest in geocaching, hiking, long distance running, cycling and rock climbing. Sarah played competitive soccer throughout her younger and early adult years which allows her to relate to performance based training as well as sport specific injuries in her RMT practice.

Sarah has had experience treating various conditions which include but are not limited to: plantar fasciitis, thoracic outlet syndrome (TOS), frozen shoulder (adhesive capsulitis), spinal cord and brain injury with accompanied mobility issues, lumbar disc herniations/prolapses, sciatica, reconstructive knee surgeries and common sprains and strains.

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Cody Wilson


Cody graduated from the RMT program at Vancouver College of Massage Therapy in 2015 and has been working primarily in Burnaby over the past 7+ years.

Having grown up in North Vancouver Cody has had a lot of opportunities to explore nature. He regularly gets out camping and hiking as well as some longer duration backpacking when time allows it.

Cody grew up playing hockey, lacrosse, rugby and ultimate frisbee and continues to play hockey today, so he has vast knowledge of sports related injuries having had them himself. He also spent 3 years coaching lacrosse teams on the North Shore and Burnaby helping further his knowledge of common sports injuries.

During his career Cody has worked with a wide array of injuries and conditions within the body. He has worked with ICBC patients who have had motor vehicle accidents, professional athletes, postural dysfunctions, repetitive strain injuries, nervous system dysfunctions, pre/post surgery patients, relaxation treatments, and works with most major 3rd party insurance companies.

Cody has taken many different courses within his years as an RMT but tends to stick with more traditional methods including Swedish, active and passive stretching, active release, MFR, attachment release, and joint mobilisations. He tends to work into deeper tissues but also believes the patient needs to maintain some level of relaxation to be effective. 

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If your Injury affects:

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Seeing a RMT will help get you back to work and play.

Or contact our front desk to book:

+1 (250) 591-9950