Kylie Hall has been doing Massage Therapy in Tsawwassen in since 2006. She has been a practicing Registered Massage Therapist (RMT) since February 2002. Kylie has many years of clinical experience in massage therapy techniques, so clients can be assured of professional quality care.
Massage therapy helps to promote, maintain and restore health and well-being. It increases circulation and range of motion, while decreasing inflammation, pain and stress. It relaxes and revitalizes tired or injured muscles and promotes postural awareness and restful sleep. It is used to treat back, neck and extremity pain, headaches, overuse injuries, sports injuries, arthritis and whiplash. Massage is also helpful in pregnancy, with cancer patients and in palliative and post-operative care.
Regardless of age, the massage therapy treatment is always tailored to the person’s needs and goals, pain threshold, general health and experience with massage. Kylie believes that the session should be a seamless blend of relaxation and treatment-focused work, where art, clinical experience and good palpation skills meet.
Kylie Hall has been practicing as a Registered Massage Therapist (RMT) at the Tsawwassen Massage Therapy Clinic since she moved to Ladner in 2006. Before that she was practicing at Second Narrows Massage Therapy in North Vancouver.
In addition to clinical experience, Kylie Hall has worked as an instructor at West Coast College of Massage Therapy, co-teaching clinical assessment as well as supervising the student clinic.
Kylie Hall continually updates her skills and has completed many post graduate courses in deep tissue therapy and muscle energy technique, and is certified in pregnancy & prenatal massage.