Registered Massage Therapy

A Registered Massage Therapist (RMT) in British Columbia is a health professional regulated by CMTBC under BC’s Health Professions Act.

Registered Massage Therapy

Registered Massage Therapy

45 minutes


Have a 45 minutes subsequent treatment with our Registered Massage Therapist.

Registered Massage Therapy

60 minutes


Have a 60 minutes treatment with our Registered Massage Therapist.

Registered Massage Therapy

75 minutes


Have a 75 minutes treatment with our Registered Massage Therapist.

Massage therapy with an RMT is covered by most group insurance coverage in BC.

Do not have insurance coverage?
Check our Non-RMT massage rates >>

RMT Direct Billing

Direct billing is available now. *

You may use a receipt to get reimbursement if your insurance company is not on the list below, 
We will bill directly to RCMP/Medavie. It started on May 1st, 2022.

*Please be aware that we cannot guarantee direct billing at every appointment due to issues with individual benefits plans, problems with the submission portal or clinic logistic considerations.

Extended Health Care Group Benefit Plans
Many British Columbians have extended health benefits through a workplace group insurance plan. Coverage varies, often with an annual ceiling amount. Sometimes a physician’s referral is required for reimbursement of claims. Please check with your plan. 

Medical Services Plan
British Columbians on premium assistance (low income) can claim part of their visit to a Registered Massage Therapist through their British Columbia Medical Services Plan (MSP). MSP will contribute up to $23 per visit for up to ten (10) total visits to supplementary health care providers per year. Unfortunately, we don’t do direct billing with MSP.

WorkSafeBC covers injured workers for their visits to a Registered Massage Therapist. An injured worker must inform the Registered Massage Therapist (RMT) if the visit is due to a workplace injury. Not all RMTs accept injured workers’ claims as there is a process to be verified. We often refer to these claims out as the shorter but “more often” booking requirements that are difficult for our clinic to accommodate. Sorry, we don’t do direct billing wit WorkSafeBC.

British Columbians injured in automobile accidents do have ICBC insurance. Check with your ICBC adjuster regarding registered massage therapy coverage. We will accept and bill directly to ICBC at the end of February 2022.

Veterans Affairs Canada(VAC) (previously DVA)
Canada’s Veterans are covered for treatment through the Department of Veterans Affairs. Check with your VAC adjudicator regarding registered massage therapy coverage and a referral.We will bill directly to VAC.

RCMP (New)
RCMP Members are covered for massage therapy treatments through an RMT in British Columbia. RCMP Health Services and RMTS work together to determine an appropriate treatment plan. Starting January 1st, 2014, RCMP members have $4800 to spend in total, per calendar year, for their supplementary health benefits including chiropractic, physiotherapy, massage therapy and acupuncture. The $4800 does NOT include taxes. We will bill directly to RCMP/Medavie.