Although we are not a member of the College of Massage Therapists of B.C – Lanna Thai Massage will at the very least follow their guidelines and will not open until the end of June at the earliest. Our clients health and well being is our number one priority.
College of Massage Therapists of B.C. News Release
Registered massage therapists will not return to work, even at reduced levels, until at least the end of May, and possibly the end of June, according to the College of Massage Therapists of B.C.
“In an online town hall held on the evening of April 20, Dr. (Bonnie) Henry said professions such as massage therapy, chiropractic and dentistry would be part of the ‘next phase’ of the provincial health officer’s planning, and emphasized that ‘we’re not at the point yet where we can let down our guard,’” the college states on its website.
“Also, both on April 20 and at her April 21 briefing, Dr. Henry made it clear that practice of such professions would not look the same, and that part of the PHO’s work will involve providing appropriate profession-specific guidance for a restricted, controlled return to practice.
“While we have no specific timeline for this to happen, it is unlikely to happen before the end of May, and perhaps not even before the end of June.”