Receive affordable, quality massage therapy through our CS Diploma in Registered Massage Therapy student clinics. Located at our West Broadway campus, our student clinic is open to members of the public and offer participants assessment and treatment from a supervised student in a learning setting.
Appointments are booked for one hour, a portion of which will be dedicated to a health history interview, assessment of the area to be treated, hands on treatment as well as reassessment and home care suggestions such as stretching or exercises.
$40 per appointment for the general public
$30 for Langara alumni
$20 for seniors (over 65) and Langara staff and students with valid Langara ID.
The Student Treatment Fee can be paid by cash, credit or debit. We do not accept American Express.
Hours and Location
Reception is open Monday to Friday from 8:00 to 4:00 pm. Appointment times vary by term. Our clinic is located at 601 West Broadway, Unit M-11, a five-minute walk from the Broadway City-Hall Skytrain station.
Our students are highly trained and can provide treatment for individuals with various medical conditions. Our students also offer pre-natal treatments for moms to be and post-natal treatments up to 6 months post-partum.
1/2 Price Saturday Treatments with Food Donation
Donate two non-perishable food items and receive a 50% discount on your massage treatment on Saturdays. Donations go to the Langara Community Cupboard. Offer ends December 8, 2018.
Suggested items: instant rice, canned soup, fruit cups, pasta sauce, oatmeal and granola bars. Only new, unopened and non-expired items are accepted.
ICBC, WBC and Health Insurance Claims
If you are currently involved in a claim with ICBC or WCB, unfortunately, our students are prohibited from treating you.
Our student massage therapists are not registered and receipts from the student clinic cannot be submitted for reimbursement through your insurance provider. The student clinic is a learning environment for non-registered therapists of the Langara RMT Program. Registered Massage Therapists supervise our students but their credentials cannot be used on receipts for purposes of reimbursement. Alteration of these receipts with the intention of submitting them to an extended health insurance company is considered insurance fraud.