Registered Massage Therapy Victoria

Registered Massage Therapy Victoria BC

In creating a heart centred lifestyle, there are so many factors that contribute. The mysterious work of the soul expresses in the way we move, speak, and create our reality.

Massage therapy can be used for a range of illnesses, disharmonies, as well as muscle tension, stress, insomnia, and relaxation. Our highly trained staff will lead you through a thorough assessment, making it possible to treat you with individual care, and set you up for a balanced life.

Harmonyum healing is a style of energy healing that focuses on the brain, spine and organs. It harmonizes body, mind and spirit by removing trauma from the nervous system and restoring a natural flow of energy. This is typically experienced as deep deep relaxation and peace and a powerful sense of well being after a treatment. Harmonyum Healing Sessions are covered under most RMT benefits.

RMT Pricing

Single Treatments

  • Registered Massage Therapy (RMT) session 
  • 60 Minutes
  • $115

  • Registered Massage Therapy (RMT) session 
  • 90 Minutes
  • $170

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Meet our RMTs

Venn de la Lune

Venn’s lifelong passion for growth and healing became a wealth of practical techniques and years of healing experience both for herself and for others. Venn became a Registered Massage therapist in 2010, A Reiki Master in 2012 and then a certified Harmonyum III practitioner in 2016.
The multifaceted and interlaced journey of physical, mental, emotional and spiritual healing is her most thrilling focus. With more than 20 years of personal experience with yoga and meditation, understanding the subtle body and the interplay of physicality with intelligence and intention has become one of Venn’s core skills. Venn seeks to guide and hold space for clients seeking relief from stress, ending limiting patterns, or embarking on a new adventure.
“Yesterday I was clever so I wanted to change the world. Today I am wise so I am changing myself.” Rumi

Harmonyum healing is a style of energy healing that focuses on the brain, spine and organs. It harmonizes body, mind and spirit by removing trauma from the nervous system and restoring a natural flow of energy. This is typically experienced as deep, deep relaxation and peace and a powerful sense of well-being after treatment.

Charlene Waldner graduated from the 3000-hour program at the West Coast College of Massage Therapy in Victoria in 2012. Charlene has worked in a variety of spa and clinic environments, as well as volunteering in community sporting events. She enjoys working with clients of all ages, athletes and office workers.

As a lifelong athlete and fitness advocate, Charlene is passionate about educating clients on ways to stay injury free, recover from sport-related injuries and maintain a healthy body.

 Charlene’s treatment style includes myofascial techniques, trigger points, deep tissue, and relaxation massage. Charlene’s hobbies include ultra trail running,  hiking, cycling and yoga.

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Ariana believes that the most important relationship in life is the one you have with yourself.

Her goal as a therapist is to help clients find relief from the stresses and pains they feel and develop a greater awareness of their bodies. She does this by creating a calming space and encouraging you to drop into sensation. She offers deep tissue massage, myofascial release, trigger point therapy, treatment for TMJ dysfunction, perinatal massage, abdominal massage, and general Swedish treatments.

These treatments are often accompanied by a sound bath and singing. She is passionate about the mind-body connection and learning how our experiences are stored in the body.

Registered Massage Therapist (RMT)

Foster graduated from the West Coast College of Massage Therapy in 2021. His treatments focus on manipulating tissues in the body to promote a natural healing process, alignment, and wellness. He is a firm believer that everybody is unique.

Foster has an exceptional passion for movement that was first propelled by his own healing journey. Today, he is an avid cyclist, climber, dancer and yogi who aims to help all people experience the joy of unencumbered movement. This passion, for finding comfort in one’s own body is what drives his desire to help people in his vocation as a massage therapist. He blends relaxing and therapeutic modalities to help patients re-write their own body patterns and achieve a greater state of well-being.

Foster is fascinated by the interconnectedness of body systems and often works with fascial networks of the body. He takes a patient-focused approach which focuses on what people need to best live their life as they see it.

Frequently Asked Questions

Will my insurance cover this treatment?

There are also many 3rd party insurance plans that provide excellent coverage for massage therapy by a Registered Massage Therapist (RMT).  Please consult your extended health care booklet or contact your human resources coordinator to confirm coverage and any limits that might be applicable.  Policies typically have a percentage of coverage or up to a dollar amount (e.g.. 80% coverage up to a total of $500 per calendar year).

What should I expect from my first massage therapy visit?

Your appointment will begin by filling out a confidential health history form to establish your current level of health and ensure there are no contraindications to massage therapy.  This is followed by an interview and assessment by your massage therapist to understand your individual health needs.  Following the assessment, the therapist will leave the room allowing you to disrobe and get into position on the massage table (covered by a sheet).  The therapist will re-enter the room and perform the treatment.

Who should see an RMT?

Massage therapy has been recommended for, but not limited to, the following conditions:

• Sprains and Strains
• Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
• Tendonitis
• Whiplash
• TMJ Dysfunction
• Headaches
• Sciatica
• Pregnancy/Infant Massage
• Sports/Work Related Injuries
• Constipation
• Insomnia
• Disc Herniation
• Post Surgery Rehabilitation
• Maintenance and Preventive Care


What should I expect after a treatment?

Most people feel extremely relaxed and sometimes feel a little fatigued.  Many experience freedom from aches and pains that have built up over weeks and months from tension or repetitive activity.  After an initial period of feeling slowed down, clients often experience an increase in energy that can last for several days.  Oftentimes depending on the severity of tension or soft tissue damage, your RMT may recommend a series of treatments or even recommend you see other health care professionals. Drink lots of water.

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