Rates: Mike Dixon $113 per hour (plus GST)
Natalie Gasten $100 per hour (no GST)
Rates subject to change without notice.
Mike Dixon, RMT
Mike is a twenty-eight year veteran of Massage Therapy. He is an educator, a published author, and an international presenter in massage therapy continuing education (Arthrokinetic Therapy). He served as the senior practical advisor for the West Coast College of Massage Therapy. (WCCMT)
Mike is a graduate of the West Coast College of Massage Therapy in 1986.
He has been teaching at WCCMT since 1993 and has taught most courses in the practical department. His specialty is in orthopedics assessment and treatments.
Mike has trained over 2500 massage therapists and naturopathic doctors.
He has developed specialty courses in continuing education for massage therapist and naturopaths in the field of orthopedics and rehabilitation therapy called “Arthrokinetic Therapy”.
Mike Dixon has been a Registered Massage Therapist for 25 years.
He has served on the following Committees. College of Massage Therapist of British Columbia - Scope of Practice Committee, Curriculum Committee, and the Agreement on Internal Trade of Canada Sub-committee, board examiner.
He is also on the West Coast College of Massage Therapy Advisory Board, Curriculum Committee, Management Committee and Ethics Committee.
Mike has served as the Director of Education and Practical Director at WCCMT
Mike DIxon utilizes many different modalities in his clinical practice including but not limited to:
Active Stretching techniques
Joint play mobilizations, traction mobilizations
Fascial release mobilizations
End loading and Spinal Decompression Techniques
Positional release and approximation Techniques
Nerve stretching and mobilizations
Mr. Dixon has published a 1999 Multiple Sclerosis Society Journal Article titled Massage and Multiple Sclerosis; a win-win.
The Effectiveness of Massage Therapy treatments on clients with Multiple Sclerosis. BC Massage Practitioner, Fall 2004
Iliopectineal Bursitis. Massage Therapy Canada, Fall 2005