Feel Better.

Receive treatment from our Registered Massage Therapist
in New West and walk away feeling relaxed and refreshed.

Feel Better.

Receive treatment from our Registered Massage Therapist
in New West and walk away feeling relaxed and refreshed.

Do You want Relief from these Painful Symptoms?


Sore Back


Tense Muscles


Pain from an Accident


Discomfort from a
Sports Injury


Knots in your
Neck & Back


Stiff Shoulders

We can help.

Do You want Relief from these Painful Symptoms?


Sore Back


Tense Muscles


Pain from an Accident


Discomfort from a
Sports Injury


Knots in your
Neck & Back


Stiff Shoulders

We can help.

 

The Exact Words our Clients use to describe our Massages:

It felt Amazing and Relaxing

“It felt amazing and relaxing
both physically and mentally.”
Azar

Able to Walk Freely

“[Nazila’s] massage loosened up my stiff muscles, so I was able to walk freely.”
Lynne

Feel Much Better

“Because of her ‘caring hands,’ not only did I fall asleep every time, I also feel much better after the treatment.”
Laura

Close to Falling Asleep

“I’ve come close to falling asleep in my session.”
J. Louie

Better Knowledge and Understanding

“She explains everything in detail so we have a better knowledge and understanding of how our body works and what we need to keep doing to maintain a healthy physique and lifestyle.”
Sophie

Relaxing and Enjoyable

“Each visit is always so relaxing and enjoyable.”
Alex

Muscles Loosened Up and Relieved from Tension

“I usually go there for sore and stiff muscles; after an hour of deep tissue massage, my muscles loosened up and were relieved from tension.”
Haddy

Resolve Pain Issues

“Nazila stands apart from other therapists I have seen for her knowledge, compassion, professionalism, and her innate ability to improve and resolve pain issues.”
B.B.

 

Meet Nazila

Nazila was ready for a fresh start the moment she stepped off the plane from Iran to Canada. With her dedication for learning, Nazila successfully completed her 2-year massage education and training program to become a Registered Massage Therapist. Combining her passion for entrepreneurship and her skill in massage therapy, she opened Caring Hands Massage Therapy in 2015.

“I really love the people in this community,” says Nazila. “The greatest joy in my work is the satisfaction of being able to help my clients feel better.”

Here’s what her clients are saying about Nazila:

“Nazila is very professional and sincerely cares about the well being of her clients, we won’t go anywhere else!”

“She always tries to accommodate my busy schedule.”

“Nazila stands apart from other therapists I have seen for her knowledge, compassion, professionalism and her innate ability to improve and resolve pain issues.”

“Nazila, is a sweet, caring and positive therapist that cares about her patient’s well being.”

 

Our Rates

Regular Rates
30 minutes
45 minutes
60 minutes
75 minutes
90 minutes
$55
$80
$100
$125
$150
ICBC Rates
30 minutes
45 minutes
60 minutes
75 minutes
90 minutes
$32
$57
$77
$100
$127
We bill directly to all
major insurance
companies. Please
read our insurance page for more details
about various
insurance coverages.
 

Our Location & Contact Information

Our clinic is in the Kelvin neighbourhood of New West.

Address: 805 12th St. (and 8th Ave)
Phone: 604-961-2229
Email: info@caringhandsrmt.ca

Parking Information
We have 4 specially marked parking spots beside our building,
with 2 hours free parking.

 

We Offer Many Types of Registered Massage Services,
including:

Trigger Point Therapy, Deep Tissue Massage, Swedish Massage, Sports Recovery Massage,
Hot Stone Massage, Pre and Post Natal Massage, Infant Massage, Senior Massage,
Myofacial Release, PNF Stretch, Joint Mobilization, Injury Rehabilitation Therapy

 

Frequently Asked Questions

There are 4 main differences:

Focus:
Spa massages focuses on relaxation; while a RMT’s goal is to treat your health concerns;

Atmosphere:
The spa atmosphere is to put you at ease; clinics are designed more for functionality than luxury;

Training:
A massage practitioner working in a spa will have training from a college or a school of aesthetics; at British Columbia, a RMT needs to attend college for 2 years and pass the CMTBC certification.

Costs:
At a spa, massages are usually priced by the hour and tips are expected.Massages at spas are not covered by medical insurance. Clinical massages are priced according to the recommended fee schedule issued by the Registered Massage Therapists Association of British Columbia. The costs are qualified for insurance coverage.

Similarities

Registered Massage Therapists, physiotherapists, and chiropractors are often lumped into the same category of health care because they share some general similarities.

  • They use their hands to examine, diagnose, and treat patients
  • They understand how the body is structured and seek to release tension in the muscles and joints to facilitate healing
  • They exist to help relieve pain and promote health and wholeness in the body

Distinctions:

Registered Massage Therapists
RMTs mainly manipulate soft-tissue (muscles, ligaments, and fascia) to relieve tension and relax the muscles.

Physiotherapists
Most physiotherapists will treat patients using a combination of massage, rehabilitative exercises, and manual therapy.

Chiropractors
Chiropractors treat pain by looking for places where the nerves are being impacted by the spine or joints being out of alignment (called subluxations) and performing manipulations to realign the body.

Massage Therapy can help nurses by treating work related stress as well as physical pain.

Massage therapy can benefit nurses by reducing stress-related symptoms such as sleep loss and anxiety. A study published in Complementary Therapies in Clinical Practice completed a pilot study involving 38 nurses. A weekly 15-minute chair massage was given to the participants. Their stress level was measured five weeks into the massage intervention, and again at 10 weeks. By the end of the 10 weeks, the study reported a significant improvement in stress-related symptoms among the nurses.

Many hard-working nurses work long shifts standing on their feet and handling patients. This can often cause injury, which leads to severe physical pain. According to National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health, healthcare professionals, especially nurses, have 4 times as many back injuries than any other type of workers. If your back pain is bothering you, adding massage therapy treatments into your wellness routine can assist you in your healing process.

In British Columbia, most nurses are covered by a generous insurance plan that allows them to receive massage therapy at an affordable price point.