Brittany Harrison, RMT
During my 12 years as a registered massage therapist I have worked in both spa and clinical settings. My therapies are guided by evidence-based treatments that are committed to improving and maintaining personal health, mobility, and pain management. As an RMT I can provide insurance receipts for all provincial providers and offer direct billing for the majority of insurance companies within BC and Alberta.
I have trained as a professional figure skater and therapist with Disney on Ice, working with elite athletes internationally for injury prevention and recovery. Beyond Disney, my experience with athletes includes treating Paralympians, NHL/WHL players, professional golfers, as well as part-time weekend warriors. From the perspective of treating families, I love working with children to the elderly, and have a customizable table for expecting mothers.
When you don’t find me in a treatment room, I am getting to know new corners of the Okanagan or working on my English Literature Post-Baccalaureate. I am a seeker of happiness, health, and Thai food!
Yours in health,
Brittany Harrison RMT
Therapeutic/Deep Tissue Massage: A customized manual manipulation of soft tissues (muscles, connective tissue, tendons, and ligaments) to enhance a person’s health and well being based on assessment of your unique needs.
Relaxation/Restorative Swedish Massage: A customized manual manipulation of soft tissues (muscles, connective tissue, tendons, and ligaments) to enhance a person’s health and well being based on assessment of your unique needs.
Cupping: Myofascial cupping is a soft tissue therapy that encourages healing by creating a negative pressure or suction on the skin using plastic or glass cups that pull up underlying tissues, blood, and other fluids close to the surface of the skin.
Reflexology: A technique based on the ability to enable healing in one body part or organ (a reflex response) by stimulating specific points on the body. The most common is foot reflexology, where practitioners stimulate the reflex points on the feet to trigger stimulation in a corresponding organ or structure.
Hot Stone: Stone therapy is a type of massage that uses either heated or chilled round, smooth stones placed on key points on the body. The practitioner uses the stones to massage the body and to transfer the heat to the client.