Registered Massage Therapy (RMT)

RMT is a treatment technique in which a certified medical professional manipulate soft tissues using various amount of pressure and movement. These targeted soft tissues include muscles, tendons, ligaments, connective tissus and skin. Some of the areas RMT can help are:

  • tension induced headaches and muscle aches
  • sport injuries
  • work injuries
  • motor vehicle accident recovery


Registered Massage Therapy is increasingly being adopted along standard treatments for acute and chronically painful conditions. It is considered a part of complementary and integrative medicine. In BC, a registered massage therapist (RMT) is a health professional regulated by CMTBC.

Some of the areas RMTs can help you with are:
  • Whiplash from Sports or ICBC related injuries
  • Plantar Fassciitis
  • S.I. Joint
  • Overall Back Injuries
  • Hip Disorders
  • Sports Injuries
  • Poor Posture
  • Chronic Pain
  • Fascia Therapy
  • Shoulder Injuries
  • Postural Assessment
  • PNF Stretching
  • Pregnancy
  • Trigger Point Release
  • Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ) Release
  • Nerve Injuries/Autoimmune Disorders

RMT Rates:

Our RMTs focus on improving patient’s health through their expertise and experience. RMT sessions are covered through most Extended Health Benefits. In addition, ICBC covers 100% of RMT sessions.

(Fully Covered by ICBC)
(Before Tax)
45 Minutes ICBC Initial Treatment
30 Minutes ICBC Subsequent TreatmentPre-approved



Regular Sessions
(Before Tax)
20 Minutes RMT$55
30 Minutes RMT$70
45 Minutes RMT$95
60 Minutes RMT$124
90 Minutes RMT$188
Corporate RMT Sessions
Time (minutes)# of StaffRates
(Before Tax)
30Up to 15$79
 Up to 20$77
15Up to 15$38
 Up to 20$36

Our RMTs

Arian Asgari, Registered Massage Therapist (RMT), Founder

Arian Asgari

Founder | RMT

Arian is the Owner and Founder of Locus Health Centre Inc. He started Locus Health Centre with a great passion to help those who need. Arian developed his passion for Massage Therapy after years of sports related injuries and rehab, personal training and education in Sports Science. He then pursued a career in this field and shortly after receiving his RMT designation, gratefully as he describes, he started practicing with Professional athletes in NHL, MLS, Varsity, Body Builders, Semi-Professional and Amatuer athletes from some Sports such as Soccer, Volleyball, Basketball, Track, Baseball, Football, Softball, Tennis, Wrestling, Bowling, Golf, Ulmtimate Frisbee, Climbing, Figure Skating, Ski and Snowboard which all together led him gain a vast majority of his professional experience.

On the side from RMT, Arian used to play Soccer semi-professionally for the Vancouver Whitecaps FC youth teams and coach Soccer from ages 3-18. In addition, he did Personal Training from 2011 to 2016 and holds the CSEP-CPT certification.

Given the athletic background, Arian enjoys treating sports related injuries and help the athletes recover and maintain an overall health to pursue their sports. He also enjoys paying it forward to the community by sponsoring local Soccer teams for kids and adults.

Cedric Dela Cruz, Registered Massage Therapist (RMT)

Cedric Dela Cruz


Cedric is passionate about his work and takes pride in quality. As a therapist and as a person, He is very meticulous and curious with finding and treating the cause of your concerns. He’s worked with various patients and therapists over the course of learning his practice, from working with athletes to working with seniors. His patient-centered care revolves around this experience—adapting to each individual patient, making sure you feel as comfortable as possible while still performing a safe and effective treatment.

Growing up playing various sports, Cedric is well-acquainted with recovering from strenuous activities and/or minor injuries. Inversely, since he was young (and even now), he’s also been on the computer for hours on end, sitting in the same position all day. After studying the art of massage, he’s gotten to know his body better and what he can do to maintain my health. As a therapist now, he wants to share this wealth through his treatments—treatments that not only include mending soft tissue injuries, but also include helping patients eliminate bad habits or providing some tips that may help with daily living. Cedric give patients homecare , so that patient-care goes beyond the appointments. Cedric does his best to bring you back to your best through knowledge and empathy. He is available Mondays and Wednesdays. He provides services in both English and Tagalog.

Hanah Cardenas

RMT (Coming Soon! Currently working as a NON-RMT!)

Hanah is a new graduate from West Coast College of Massage Therapy (New Westminster) and recently passed her board examination. A little background about Hanah before she started her massage therapy journey is that she was studying to become a physiotherapist in the Philippines before moving to Canada. While she was in university, Hanah was a track and field athlete and competed to represent her department of Health Sciences. Shortly after arriving in Vancouver, she decided to pursue massage therapy and studied at WCCMT. Throughout her years of schooling Hanah has acquired valuable experience treating neurological and musculoskeletal conditions such as sprain, plantar fasciitis, frozen shoulder, headaches/migraine, fibromyalgia, thoracic outlet syndrome, gastrointestinal concerns such as constipation, geriatric and general day-to-day muscle tensions. She believes that effective treatment and optimum healing requires open and clear communication and a team-oriented approach. Hanah adheres to the motto “teamwork makes the dream work!”. As an RMT, her approach to effective treatment is to work with the patient’s goals while providing therapeutic and relaxing treatments and customized homecare plans for her patients on their journey towards a pain-free lifestyle! Some of the techniques that she utilizes for treatments are General Swedish massage (deep tissue or relaxing massage), myofascial release, trigger point release, joint mobilizations, pin and stretch technique, PNF techniques and more as she is driven to learn new techniques in the future to further help her patients. In her spare time, Hanah enjoys working out, biking, jogging, hiking and going on “food adventures” with friends and family.

Maysam Tarameshloo, Registered Massage Therapist (RMT)

Maysam Tarameshloo


Maysam Tarameshloo provides Registered Massage Therapy to reduce your pain, discomfort and promoting overall wellness.

He has 9 years of experiences in rehabilitation as an Occupational Therapist in Iran. Maysam believes RMT gives him a broader perspective which he can share with patients to improve and maintain their health.

Maysam believes his experience will lead to great treatment and patient satisfaction. He focuses on Swedish Relaxation, Deep Tissue, Myofascial Release and Trigger Point Therapy.

Paulina Banak


Paulina began her education with a Bachelor of Science from SFU. Her passion for helping others led her to pursue a career in health and wellness. She went on to graduate from the massage therapy program at WCCMT. Paulina believes that healing encompasses the mind-body connection and aims to create a safe space while building strong therapeutic relationships with her patients. She uses a variety of techniques in her treatments including Swedish massage, trigger point release, myofascial release, and joint mobilizations to help her patients with their concerns. She is looking forward to adding more tools into her toolbox through continuing education courses. Outside of the clinic, Paulina is always looking for her next adventure. She enjoys spending her time reading, swimming, practicing yoga, and hiking local mountains with her dogs.

Maggie Deng, RMT

Registered Massage Therapy

Maggie graduated from Vancouver Career College in 2017. She has experience in treating acute and chronic overuse injuries and injuries incurred from poor posture or long hours desk work by using Deep tissue, Myofascial and Trigger point release. Maggie is taking full time Acupuncture program now, which will be finished next year. She hopes to use the most suitable way to help patients back to their optimal health. When she is not working, Maggie enjoys ballroom, salsa dancing, piano, Chinese Harp and hiking.