*Update March 22, 2023

Mask Mandate Still In Effect At Sense Massage Therapy


Dear Valued Clients,


As Covid-19 mask mandate is being lifted by Dr. Henry on March 11, 2022 for almost all indoor facilities, we at Sense Massage Therapy will still REQUIRE that all staff and clients to continue to wear their mask. 


This has to do with the nature of the Massage Therapy profession where we are providing physical contact to our clients in an enclosed space. In order to avoid a potential outbreak amongst clients and staff alike we will continue to adhere to our safety measures. The clinic will continue to monitor the new mandate and make changes if necessary.


Thank you for your understanding and continued trust in Sense Massage Therapy. We are more than happy to provide disposable masks to all of our clients free of charge as a token for your cooperation. 




Sense Massage Therapy Team


While Sense Massage has taken all possible measures to minimize the risk of viral transmission, the nature of massage therapy means that physical distancing is not possible in the treatment room and the chance of infection is never at 0%. Please be sure the therapeutic benefit of massage therapy outweighs any potential consequences of treatment, including the possibility of viral transmission, before booking your appointment.

Due to the current risk of COVID-19, also known as the Coronavirus, we encourage all patients who are sick, or experiencing symptoms such as fever, trouble breathing, coughing to call to reschedule your appointment. If you have returned from out of the country in the last 14 days or visited someone who was abroad within the last 14 days please also reschedule your appointment at 604-284-0288. During this time we will be waiving our customary fees for late cancellations and rescheduling. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.

Is it safe to get a massage?

Sense Massage has been and will continue to follow the standards set out by Vancouver Coastal Health. All therapists will use a towel to open and close door handles and common areas such as the front desk and waiting area will be sanitized regularly. Our patient's health and safety is our top priority.