Hours of Operation
Vitality Massage therapy’s primary focus is on the safety of patients, the therapist of the clinic and to the community at large. We are open and following the safety guidelines and recommendations from the Provincial Health Office of BC.
1. Arrive on time to facilitate proper distancing between patients. If you arrive early please wait outside (or in your vehicle) until the therapist come and get you (this also allows proper sanitizing time).
2. Patients who enter the clinic will be asked to wash/hand sanitize before and after their visits to reduce risk of Covid-19 exposure and spread (hand sanitizer available on premise).
3. If you are feeling unwell with cold and flu symptoms or low-grade fever; please reschedule your appointment before coming to the clinic (with no exception). Call or text 250-777-3024
4. Your therapist may wear some personal protection equipment (PPE) during your visit to the clinic (mask, gloves, gangue). No face massage will be provided at this time.
5. All surfaces touched by patients will be cleaned/disinfected after each patient visit.
6. If you have specific health concerns that may require additional precautions please call the clinic to arrange for specific clinical care (or/and wear mask and gloves).
We look forward to providing care for each one of you in the future.
Hours of Operation
Monday: 10 am to 5:30
Tuesday: 9 am to 6:30 pm
Wednesday: 9 am to 5 pm
Thursday: 9 am to 6:30 pm
Friday: 9 am to 4:30 pm
*Please note that hours may vary depending on bookings or statutory holidays*
We accommodate direct billing to most health insurance companies
accept debit, Visa, MC, e transfer and cheque
Cancelation Policy 2022
Your appointment has been reserved for you. As a courtesy to your therapist and other patients, please provide 24 hours notice of cancelation.
Cancelation without 24 hours notice will be charged the full rate unless we are able to fill the appointment.
Missed appointments without notice or "no show" will also be charged the full rate of the appointment unless the therapist deemed there are extentuating circumstances.
About the Therapist
Currently, Lucille is working as a registered massage therapist (RMT) from her home studio in the West Kootenays. Her RMT training consists of Swedish Massage, Deep Tissue Massage, Neuromuscular Therapy (Trigger Point Therapy), Myofascial Release, Pregnancy Massage and Sports Massage. Hot Stone Therapy can be incorporated in the treatments.
Lucille is a warm, compassionate, knowledgeable and sensitive therapist who will tailor her approach to the needs of her patient. If you are looking for therapeutic massage, deep tissue work, sports massage or a relaxing approach and a nurturing atmosphere, Lucille is the perfect therapist for you.
Lucille has an extensive therapeutic skill set. She began her training in Quebec and has continued learning ever since. She has trained all over North America in various modalities and approaches.
30 Minutes $65.00
45 Minutes $85.00
60 Minutes $105.00
60 Minutes (Full body hot stones massage) $110.00
75 Minutes $130.00
90 Minutes $155.00
RMT Trained Modalities
Deep Tissue Massage
Deep Tissue massage works deep into each layer of muscles & fascia, releasing adhesions, restoring circulation and re-hydrating the dry, fibrous tissues. People with chronic pain , limited range of movement, scar tissue & adhesions due to old injuries find with it a great relieve & healing. Stretching is an important part of a Deep Tissue session.
Neuromuscular therapy is a type of soft tissue technique which employs static pressure on specific points to relieve pain. Those points in the muscle are known as “ trigger points”, and when de-activated , also release the neural pathways to the nervous system and induce healing. Incredibly effective for old injuries or low range of movement!
Sports Massage is a term applied to the discipline of using massage for the benefit of all sports and exercise participants. Covered by this is the management, manipulation and rehabilitation of soft tissues of the body e.g. muscles, ligaments and tendons. Sports massage is geared toward participants in athletics. It is used to help prevent injuries, to prepare the body for athletic activity and maintain it in optimal condition, and to help athletes recover from workouts and injuries.
Swedish massage is the most popular type of therapy.
This therapy involves a range of mild to deep strokes anywhere on the body and will target tissues and muscles for pain and stress relief. Swedish massage helps promote healing by targeting pain and stiffness by using various defined techniques.
Pre / Postnatal
Pre/Postnatal massage is a safe and effective way to reduce the discomforts of pregnancy! Massage encourages blood circulation, which helps relax the nervous system, allowing for a better sleep, and attention to specific muscles. It will help ease headaches, muscle stiffness, backaches, fatigue and swelling during and after pregnancy.
The connective tissues, also called fascia, surround everything in the body including cells, tissues, muscles, bones, nerves, and all organs, etc. Myofascial release is a manipulative treatment that attempts to release tightness in these affected areas.
Smooth, heated stones are used as tools to help the body relax through heat or massage. These stones are usually made of basalt, a type of volcanic rock that retains heat. They create localized heat and weight which warms and relaxes the muscles.
Jin Shin Do
Has it’s roots in the Taoism philosophy of China. Designed to integrate the Body/Mind, it focuses on Acu-points which are a functionally series of points on a line of Energy in the body that the Chinese called meridians. Jin Shin Do balances energy in the organs meridian as well as in the meridians. It’s a gentle and effective method to ease stress, pain & trauma from the past.
A Japanese natural healing system allowing the practitioner to channel energy to the client by passive touch on different areas of the body. This activates the natural healing processes of the patient's body (where it's needed) and aids in restoration of physical and emotional well-being.
Shiatsu is an oriental form of bodywork that is literally translated as “finger pressure” and is designed to heal and promote health by influencing the state of KI / CHI (energy)
in the meridians or energy lines of the body.
Other past skills...
"Awesome, I always get the best massage here! Very nice and inviting place that meets all my sore back needs! Lucille is always prompt and polite. "