Dan Linaric Bio
Daniel is a graduate of the 27-month RMT program at The West Coast College of Massage Therapy. During his time as a corporate trainer in east Asia he gained a deep appreciation for complementary and alternative therapies, and saw a natural progression from trainer to therapist in the context of helping others achieve specific goals.
He employs techniques such as deep tissue massage, myofascial release, trigger point therapy and muscle energy technique to help clients deal with pain and improve function, and is also keenly aware of the myriad benefits of a relaxing Swedish style massage.
Daniel is diligent in keeping lines of communication open to ensure client comfort and to maximize his ability to understand their needs, while understanding that for many the treatment time is a much needed respite from daily rigours.
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