Elaine Tsang, RMT
Growing up as a student athlete, fitness and health has been a constant in Elaine’s life. She has always had a passion for helping others and a genuine interest in learning about health, anatomy and rehabilitation. Her active lifestyle and background as an office worker allowed her to experience the effects of massage therapy firsthand – both physically for rehabilitation and recovery as well as mentally for relaxation and self-care. This piqued her interest in healthcare and her pursuit in massage therapy, where she could help others maintain and improve their quality of life long-term. Elaine graduated from West Coast College of Massage Therapy with Honors in August 2023 and strives to inspire and educate patients through her massage treatments to achieve their physical and psychological goals.
Elaine believes in patient-centered care and views massage therapy as a collaborative partnership, where the therapist and the patient work together to effectively achieve the patient’s goals. She has
experience working with office workers, athletes, seniors, and pregnant women and treating various conditions such as chronic musculoskeletal pain, neurological conditions and repetitive strain injuries.
In order to meet each individual patient’s needs, she tailors her treatments, utilizing an array of modalities. Elaine wishes to continue to acquire new skills and knowledge to improve her techniques in her practice.
Elaine is fluent in English and Cantonese. Outside of the clinic, she enjoys hiking, camping, cycling, weightlifting and snowboarding to challenge her own body’s abilities. She is also a creative person who enjoys craftwork, drawing, painting and cooking.
Education & Training
West Coast College of Massage Therapy (WCCMT)
$130 +GST for 60 min treatment
Outreaches: Canuck Place Children’s Hospice, BC Women’s Hospital, UBC and Douglas College Varsity, Burnaby Association for Community Inclusion and South Granville Seniors Center
Techniques & Treatments
Deep Tissue Massage
Soft Tissue Mobilization
Trigger Point Therapy