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Non-Registered Massage

Student Prices – Clinic Quality


Kayla Leddy, Massage Provider

Certified Lymphatic Therapist

Kayla successfully completed the 2200-hour massage program and is currently registered with the College of Massage Therapists and Occupational Therapists of Alberta. She is currently providing nonregistered massage services in BC until she obtains her registration in this Province.

In addition to being a certified Manual Lymphatic Therapist, Kayla provides general and deep Swedish massage techniques. In the clinic, she excels at identifying and treating specific orthopedic dysfunctions. Cases she has successfully treated include but are not limited to:

  • Lymphedema related to diabetes, cancer & injury
  • Postural dysfunction
  • Acute injury
  • Neural pain
  • Chronic pain

Post-treatment, Kayla uses her experience as a yoga instructor and her education in orthopedic exercises to help her and her clients establish a suitable and manageable home care routine.


*Taxes are included in fees


45 Min. Massage


60 Min. Massage


75 Min. Massage


90 Min. Massage

Benefits of Non-Registered Massage?

  • Clinic quality, affordable prices
  • No deductibles to pay
  • No wait lists to get in
  • Great for “in between” RMT sessions
  • Longer appointments available
  • Evening and weekend availability
  • Great gift idea for a loved one

NOTE: Until therapists are registered, these treatments are not billable to extended health insurers or ICBC

Let one or our Non-Registered Therapists decrease stress and relax tired achy muscles at a reduced price! Our body workers are currently in school, or have already completed the required 2200 hour massage therapy program at an accredited school in preparation for becoming a Registered Massage Therapist. They are simply waiting to do their practical and written board exams which enables them to finalize their registration earning them the title of a Registered Massage Therapist with the College of Massage Therapy of British Columbia.

Manual Lymphatic Therapy

What is Manual Lymphatic Therapy?

Lymphatic Therapy is a gentle form of massage drainage technique used to relieve painful swelling that can be from an acute cause such as an ankle sprain or a long-term and more severe condition where the lymphatic system is impaired such as cancer or diabetes.

A certified lymphatic therapist uses techniques to move lymph (fluid buildup) from your tissues to your lymph nodes, which can then be transported out of your system easing the swelling and discomfort.

Often relief is felt immediately with treatment and depending on the condition can be maintained with bi-weekly massages.

Manual Lymphatic Therapy

Benefits of Manual Lymphatic Therapy :

  • Reduce lymphedema swelling
  • Relieve stiffness and pain
  • Improve blood flow and circulation
  • Reduce the appearance of cellulite
  • Boost the immune system

“Life is a sport, you can’t afford to sit on the sidelines.”