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Glover Road Massage Therapy Clinic - Murray Schwabe , RMT
Glover Road Massage Theraphy Clinic

Murray Schwabe , RMT
 

 

College of Massage Therapists of BC (CMTBC) Registration # 03856

Murray graduated from the registered massage therapy program at the longest standing massage therapy training facility in BC, the West Coast College of Massage Therapy in 1995. He has extensive experience prior to his Registered Massage training in the fields of sales, management and leadership. Upon receiving his registration with the College of Massage Therapists of BC (CMTBC), Murray opened Glover Road Massage Therapy Clinic.

Murray’s well rounded background in everything from sports to communication gave him the life skill set to go through the intensive education that all Registered Massage Therapist’s (RMT’s) in the province of BC must have, in the body system as a whole and the detailed study of anatomy, physiology, neurology, clinical sciences, orthopaedic assessment, manual techniques and massage therapy that the schools are mandated to teach. Techniques, including but not limited to, Swedish massage, Trigger Point therapy, Neuromuscular therapy, Fascial release, Hydrotherapy, and sport massage must be mastered before passing the written and oral practical board exams of the CMTBC.

Over the past 12 years, Murray’s post - graduate work, has included Myofascial release, Deep Tissue massage, Pregnancy massage, Manual Lymphatic Drainage, Sports massage, Somatic Balancing and numerous courses in First Aid, pharmacology, nutrition, stretching and exercising programs.

As part of Murray’s ongoing belief of giving back to the community, he has sat on and chaired various boards and committees for the Massage Therapists’ Association ( MTA ), the College of Massage Therapists of BC ( CMTBC ), and the BC Massage Practitioner Journal. He continues to be involved with the Langley community through his support of a variety of charities and events, such as Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Langley and the Chamber of Commerce.

Murray’s approach to treatment incorporates all of the sound principles he has learned over his years of ongoing training, and the view of the body/mind as a whole unit, seeking to discover the cause of the dysfunction and then giving the body/person the ability to heal and restore maximum function.

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