Before your visit

Here's what you need to know first

In accordance with the College of Massage Therapists of British Columbia (CMTBC) Bylaws, the health history form is required to provide a Registered Massage Therapist with pertinent information regarding a client’s signs and symptoms to allow for a safe and effective treatment plan. Completion of the form is confidential and will only be shared with another health care practitioner with client consent.

Please download and complete the health history form and bring it to your first appointment.

Health History Form (PDF Download)
Consent Form (PDF Download)

Frequently Asked Questions

Please arrive 10-15mins early on your first visit. You will be required to fill out a confidential health history form. I will ask you questions as part of the assessment and determine a safe and effective treatment plan. I will explain the treatment approach and answer any questions you may have about your signs and symptoms you may be experiencing. Remember your first visit will include the assessment in your treatment time.
Registered Massage Therapist are regulated by the College of Massage Therapists of British Columbia (CMTBC). Massage students must complete extensive training at an Accrediated Massage Therapy College. Successful completion of courses must be obtained in health sciences such as anatomy, physiology, pathology, kinesiology and neuroanatomy. Additional studies include clinical sciences, manual skills, orthopedics, remedial exercise, management of chronic disease, pain, and injuries, long term stress and fatique, and client education. Graduation is a prerequisite to taking the provincial board examinations. Successful candidates then become licensed and registered under the BC Health Professions Act. All current registered massage therapists (RMTs) in B.C. are members of CMTBC, and only members of CMTBC may call themselves Registered Massage Therapists (RMTs).
Massage therapy is covered by many private insurance companies. They will provide full or partial coverage under extended health care packages. Many insurance companies no longer require a physician’s referral. Please check your individual policy. Clients are required to pay for their treatments at the time of receiving the treatment, and a receipt will then be provided for you to submit to your policy provider for reimbursement.

I look forward to working with you, providing you with a safe and effective treatment plan and helping you to achieve stillpoint!