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About

Hi, I’m Dan.

I’m a massage therapist based out of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, and I operate a rehabilitation and treatment focused massage therapy practice.

Rhythm Therapeutic Massage isn’t only my registered business name, it’s also the name of my blogging site where I share updates about my business, and where I strive to bring a new level of learning and understanding to the scope of physical health.

My Approach

I believe that massage therapy has the potential to facilitate a therapeutic change in your physical health and wellbeing.

Over time our bodies can develop certain movement behaviors that are unfavorable, and can impact our optimal state of physical health.

My practice focuses on targeting the structural and functional components of the human body which contribute to these behaviors.

Structure vs. Function

When I say structure, what I mean are the muscles, bones, joints, and soft tissue structures of the body, whereas function means the way we use and interact with those structures, such as body mechanics and postural adaptations.

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Recent Posts

The Move

And just like that, after seventy-two hours of hard work, my new treatment space is finally starting to come together. As of October 15th, 2021 at 12:00am, you can consider this to be my new (work) home. I spent the greater part of this whole week focused on one thing, which was to get ‘er…

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Wipe out!

Yesterday morning I wiped out on my bike. A wasp landed on my hand while I was going pretty fast so I went to swat it off my hand. The recent maintenance on my bike made any handle bar movement or pump of the breaks super sensitive, and I think, although I really can’t recall,…

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