Massage therapists use hands on techniques to manipulate muscle, connective tissue, tendons, and ligaments to achieve a therapeutic response.

Massage therapy treatment can assist to heal an injury, relieve stress, manage pain, and improve circulation as well as to promote overall wellness.

Generally there are two types of massage. The two types of massage are relaxation and therapeutic. Swedish massage or hot stone massage are examples of relaxation massage. Deep tissue massage or remedial massage are examples of therapeutic massage.
A Registered Massage Therapist (RMT) is a professional designation used by a Massage Therapist who has graduated from a recognized school of Massage Therapy and who is a registered member of a regulatory college or association. Massage Therapy Association of Manitoba is the regulatory body for massage therapists practising in the province of Manitoba.
Yes. We direct bill to many insurance companies. Please call our office to see if we can direct bill to your insurance company.
We often have a Massage Therapy student completing practical hours at RRP&WC. The student is under the direct supervision of a registered therapist. The massages they offer are at a reduced rate and cannot be billed under any insurance plans.