Treatments to support and maintain a healthy lifestyle.

 

Acupuncture • Advanced Sports Massage  • Chinese Traditional Medicine • Cranial Sacral Therapy 
Deep Tissue Massage • Infant/Pediatric Massage • Kinesio Taping • Myofascial Release
Neuromuscular Release • Prenatal and Postnatal Therapy •
Reiki • Swedish Massage 
Trigger Point Therapy • TMJ Dysfunction • Visceral Manipulation

  

Queen's Park Therapy is honoured to have been selected as the Record's Reader's Choice Award Winner for Best Massage Therapy Clinic in New Westminster for 17 different years.  We are proud to also serve the surrounding communities of Surrey, Tri-Cities, Burnaby, Delta, Richmond and Vancouver. 

 

 

QPT offers Registered Massage Therapy 7 days a week from 8am-8pm.

 

We direct bill the following insurance companies:  Pacific Blue Cross, Telus Health eClaims (Canada Life, Manulife, Desjardins), Provider Connect (Green Shield, SSQ, Empire Life), Sun Life, RCMP/DVA. Some therapists also direct bill ICBC and MSP.  Registered receipts can also be issued for Extended Health reimbursement.


 

New Location Update:  Queen's Park Therapy has moved into Uptown Center:  601 6th Street, unit #210, New Westminster.  Parking is available along 5th Street (2 hour parking) or behind building. 


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New Therapist Announcement!

 

Queen's Park Therapy is happy to introduce:  Matthew Bloudov RMT

 

Matthew, a 2018 graduate of the Massage Therapy Program at Vancouver Career College, has been dedicated to the field ever since gaining extensive experience in a wide variety of settings. Specifically from his own MVA rehabilitation, his passion for problem-solving and addressing long-term pain stems from his personal journey  dealing with chronic issues. Having navigated his own path to functional recovery, Matthew brings a profound understanding of the measures required for genuine healing. 

 

Outside the clinic, Matthew will be found working on his cars, spending time with friends and family, and traveling the world!

 


 

Queen's Park Therapy is happy to introduce:  Ashley Colaric, RMT

 

Ashley graduated from the Registered Massage Therapy program at Langara College.  Prior to a career in Massage Therapy, Ashley worked as a Personal Trainer, providing one-on-one fitness sessions across various age groups, genders, and fitness/injury levels. The ability to assist her clients in making positive change, profoundly influenced her decision in becoming a Registered Massage Therapist.

 

Ashley has experience in treating clients with a wide range of conditions, including but not limited to chronic pain, postural dysfunctions, headaches, repetitive strain injuries, orthopedic injuries, chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia, multiple sclerosis, spinal cord injuries and TMJ disorders. She integrates manual therapy techniques ranging from myofascial release, trigger point release, pin and stretch, PNF stretching, joint mobilizations, along with a variety of Swedish massage techniques.


 

 

Queen's Park Therapy is happy to introduce:  Joelle Pinvidic, RMT

 

Joelle graduated from West Coast College of Massage Therapy in 2022 and is excited to start her career as a Registered Massage Therapist.  Her sports background includes Track and Field events, specifically Hammer Throw and now enjoys weightlifting and walking her dogs in her spare time. Joelle has clinical experience with sports related injuries, office ergonomic strain and nervous system disorders. She uses deep tissue and myofascial techniques in her treatments in conjunction with therapeutic exercise to relieve tension and bodily stress.


 

 

Queen's Park Therapy is happy to introduce Diane Resetar, RMT

 

Diane is  a graduate from West Coast College of Massage Therapy and has been practicing since 1997.  Massage therapy became a huge interest for Diane, after experiencing the benefits of manual therapy first hand while dealing with musculoskeletal pain. It was shortly thereafter she decided to leave her office job to pursue as an RMT.

Diane incorporates modalities, such as Myofascial Trigger Point Therapy, gentle joint mobilizations, facilitated stretch and deep tissue massage.