Registered Massage Therapy

Registered Massage Therapy involves the manipulation of the soft tissues of the body, including muscles, tendons, connective tissue, ligaments and joints. RMTs are dedicated to treating your symptoms of pain and dysfunction, as well as the underlying causes, through the utilization of neurological, orthopaedic and systemic techniques.

Our Registered Massage Therapists

Registered Massage Therapists (RMT) in BC have the highest level of training in orthopedic and postural assessment, treatment techniques and rehabilitative exercise in North America. RMT’s must be in good standing with the B.C. College of Massage Therapists, as well as completing continuing education courses on a regular basis.

Hannah Brinkerhoff

Hannah Brinkerhoff

Hannah sees each of her patients as unique. What sets her apart is her ability to analyze problems from multiple perspectives. She thoroughly prepares for each patient in order to provide them with the best possible success. Hannah is a deeply caring person as demonstrated through the success she’s had with her patients. With interests in holistic nutrition, anatomy, kinesiology and influences of medicine from her father, it was only natural for Hannah to embark on a journey of massage therapy and is what makes her an effective clinician. Hannah continuously stays active herself through CrossFit, Olympic Lifting, and snowboarding.

James Cabusao

James Cabusao

James graduated from Simon Fraser University in 2013 with a Bachelor’s in Psychology, with a Kinesiology Minor and a Health and Fitness Studies Certificate concentration. James then went on to attend the Vancouver College of Massage Therapy, where he was awarded the school’s scholarship. He completed the program in August 2017.

Having been through several limiting injuries himself, James found massage therapy as an effective way to rehab himself back to his status as a national-level athlete. James is a 3-time national level Olympic weightlifter, where he has represented Team B.C. at the Western Canadian Weightlifting Championships and the Canadian Senior Weightlifting Championships. He incorporates vigorous training as well as coaching into his schedule. The sport of Olympic weightlifting has provided him with a greater understanding of the movement, mobility, and strength of the human body.

Jacob Silverman

Jacob Silverman

Jacob developed a broad foundation sports at a young age; competing on his school’s team for cross-country running, basketball, soccer, track and field, and non-competitively trained gymnastics as well as CrossFit. He studied anatomy and physiology at UBC, where he began taking yoga classes to manage stress from school and pain from recurrent ankle sprains, torn meniscus and many minor muscle strains from years of playing sports. Yoga became pivotal in his life and it was during his 200-hour teacher training that he realized he wasn’t molded to be a scientist. The work just didn’t suit him and after much consideration decided massage therapy felt to be a good alternative.
Today he continues to pursue an active lifestyle. He is an all weather commuting cyclist, rock climber, weightlifter and general practitioner of movement. As a therapist his intention is to get you moving more, with less discomfort and with greater ease. Through application of specific manual interventions aimed toward treating your areas of complaint and progressive exercise protocols together you will work toward achieving your goals.
Daniel Cardoso

Daniel Cardoso

Daniel graduated from from the 2200 hour program at West Coast College of Massage Therapy in December of 2017.  He has since gone on to complete both the Basic and Performance Functional Movement Training courses with Rocktape Canada. Having previously studied Musical Theatre Performance at Capilano University, working in theatre throughout Vancouver and on cruise ships, Daniel is passionate about helping patients recover from injury, and stay healthy and active.

Outside of massage, Daniel continues to work in theatre and stays active with CrossFit, Olympic Weightlifting and regular dance classes.  He also has a passion for aviation and gliding.

Rates & Treatment

Our Massage Therapy rates are listed below and do not include GST. If you have an extended health plan, you may also receive full or partial coverage for your massage. Please inquire about direct billing. Please be aware only Visa, MasterCard, or cash is accepted at this time.

30 Minute Visit

$ 70

per Session

45 Minute Visit

$ 100

per Session

60 Minute Visit

$ 120

per Session

First Session - 60 Minutes

$ 100

per Session
  • 30 minute clinical visit  – $70.00
  • 45 minutes clinical visit –  $100.00
  • 60 minutes clinical visit – $120.00
  • 60 minutes first visit – $100.00
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What Conditions Can Massage Therapy Treat?

  • Postural & Occupational related pain/dysfunction
  • Alleviate Pain & Soreness
  • Sports injuries
  • Motor Vehicle Accident & accident related injuries
  • Stress reduction
  • Sprains/strains
  • Repetitive/Overuse injuries
  • Impingement & Nerve Conditions
  • Improve mobility & performance/reduce post-injury downtime
  • Accelerate healing/improve circulation/muscle recovery
  • Headaches and Migraines

What to Expect

After a comprehensive lifestyle/history interview and a goals analysis, a customized treatment plan will be created to target your specific needs, alleviate your symptoms and address any underlying aggravating factors. The treatment plan will include treatment itself as well as homecare.

Cancellation Policy

We have a 24 hour appointment change or cancellation policy. Failure to provide a 24 hour notice will result in the full treatment charge. This also includes same day appointments. No-Show's and last minute cancellations affect our ability to schedule our patients in a timely manner so cancellation policies keep the clinic running smoothly and efficiently. Please notify us of cancellations via email at