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About Us

Welcome to Sana Integrative Health!


We officially opened our clinic in May 2019 and we offer registered massage therapy (RMT). The word “Sana” is a latin term for “healthy body and mind” and we hope to guide our patients to achieving their health goals. 


Dec 10, 2023 - New team member!

We are so pleased to welcome Emily Liang, RMT to our team. She will be starting on Jan 13 on Saturdays. Her schedule is now available for online booking.

Sep 22, 2023 - Parking Stalls

We have recently purchased reserved stall #16 but the 3 customer stalls are now reserved for another business. Please only park in Reserved stall #16 or 17.

July 2, 2023 - Fee adjustment

Effective Sep 1, 2023, our treatment fees will be adjusted to: 
-$80 per 30 min
-$105 per 45 min
-$130 per 60 min

ICBC initial treatment will be changed to 60mins (user fee of $4). ICBC subsequent treatments will remain at 45mins (user fee of $10.50).


Feb 2, 2023 - New team member!

We are delighted to welcome Kevin Wu, RMT to our team. He brings nearly 9 years of experience and knowledge. His schedule is now available for online booking. 



About Us
Meet Our Team

Meet Our Team

Pierre Tang, RMT

Pierre studied Human Kinetics and graduated from West Coast College of Massage Therapy in 2013. He has a strong passion for anatomy, physiology and research regarding all aspects of health and longevity. Being an avid sports fan and former collegiate athlete in badminton, he incorporates his knowledge of training, biomechanics and rehab into his practice. He has worked in numerous sporting events including local marathons, BC Bike Race and Ride to Conquer Cancer. Pierre also works in the community in various care homes to provide treatment for individuals in need. 

Pierre is currently out of town until July 11

Echo Bai, RMT

Echo has the combined knowledge of both Western and Eastern science of human anatomy and physiology. She is an Honored graduate of the RMT program in 2012 with a bachelor degree of science majoring in Traditional Chinese Pharmacology from Beijing University of Chinese Medicine. She taught Traditional Chinese Medicine, anatomy, and pharmacology before becoming a registered massage therapist. Echo is fluent in English and Mandarin and is currently not taking new patients.

Wynne Tong, RMT

Wynne is a registered massage therapist with a Bachelor of Science degree majoring in Cell Biology. Wynne treats a wide variety of conditions using a number of techniques such as Swedish, deep tissue therapy, joint mobility, myofascial release. Her approach is to develop individualized treatment plans while taking into consideration of other compensating structures in the body, hoping to help facilitate the body’s ability to recover from the condition and/or to restore the body’s optimal level of performance. On her off time, Wynne stays active doing yoga and enjoys outdoor activities like hiking and walking on the beach. Wynne is a 100% softball and volleyball mom as well as cheerleader.

In addition to English, Wynne is also fluent in Cantonese and Mandarin.

Kevin Wu, RMT

Kevin Wu attended the Vancouver School of Bodywork and Massage and received his Spa Practitioner diploma. Wanting to further his knowledge, he enrolled in the 3000 hour Registered Massage Therapy program at West Coast College of Massage Therapy, and graduated in 2013. His professional highlights include world class events such as the Ride To Conquer Cancer, Gran Fondo Whistler,  Sears National Kids Cancer Ride, and the BC Bike Race. In his practice, he is eager to help and incorporates a variety of techniques such as Deep Tissue, Trigger Point Therapy, Myofascial Release, Joint Mobilization, Muscle Energy Technique and Swedish Massage to create effective treatments for his clients. In his personal time he is an avid athlete, participating in a variety of sports year round. Kevin can speak conversational Mandarin.

Emily Liang, RMT

Emily graduated from Vancouver College of Massage Therapy in 2020. Before she became a registered massage therapist, she was already involved in the healthcare field by working as a ophthalmic technician and cataract surgery coordinator at various clinics for over 6 years. Throughout this time at the ophthalmic clinics, Emily can see that patients and their caretakers are also suffering from pain of a different sort. She hopes to focus on relaxation treatments to offer relief from both physical and mental stress. By providing a relaxation treatment using various Swedish massage techniques, myofascial release, myofascial trigger point techniques, and joint mobilization, patients can be better off than when they first walked in. Being in such a diverse city as Vancouver, Emily is proud that she can connect fluently with her patients by not only English but Cantonese and Mandarin as well.

Massage Therapy

Why Massage Therapy?

It can help with

Muscle Soreness

Massage can help to improve circulation and clear metabolic waste products to aid with recovery.


Decreases stimulation of your sympathetic nervous system (fight-or-flight response) that's often responsible for a high alert and anxiety state.


We offer a pregnancy pillow that supports the belly so patients can lie face down for treatment.

Overuse Injuries

Whether it's from work or sport, using the same muscle groups repetitively over a period of time can cause imbalances and compensations in other parts of the body. 


Massage helps to bring self awareness to your body, especially if you find yourself in similar positions throughout the day.


The structures of the neck often become strained, resulting in a protective muscle spasm. Massage can help relieve pain and restore range of motion.

Rates & Billing
Contact & Location

Rates & Billing

Registered Massage Therapy

30mins - $80

45mins - $105

60mins - $130

ICBC 60mins - $130 (initial treatment only, $4 user fee)

ICBC 45mins - $105 (subsequent treatment, $10.50 user fee)

*Fees include GST

*24hr cancellation policy in affect

*We accept credit, debit, cash or cheque


Direct Billing

We currently do direct billing for Pacific Blue Cross. Pierre does direct billing for ICBC.



ICBC customers are able to access 12 pre-authorized massage therapy sessions within the first 12 weeks from the date of their crash without ICBC approval. The initial treatment is 60mins and all subsequent treatments are 45mins. Please include your claim # and MVA date on the intake form. Click here for more info.

MSP coverage

You may qualify for a $23 rebate (regardless of treatment length) for up to 10 treatments (combined with acupuncture, chiropractic, massage therapy, naturopathic, non-surgical podiatry, and physical therapy services) per calendar year. You can check your eligibility through an automated system at 604-669-6667 by entering your personal health number and date of birth. If qualified, we will submit a claim online in which a $23 cheque will be mailed to you. We would require your legal name, personal health number, date of birth and mailing address in order to submit the claim. Click here for more info.


Contact & Location

We’re located on Buswell Street between Cook and Saba road. Our parking lot is on the right side of the building as you see from the picture below. Please only park in Reserved stall #16 or 17.







We operate without a receptionist. The best way to reach us is through email at You may also call us at 604-710-6220. We would be more than happy to answer any questions or inquiries!

The following is our typical hours of operation, although this may change from week to week depending on our therapists. Please refer to our online booking system for a live up-to-date schedule.
















Contact Info




300-6411 Buswell St, Richmond BC, V6Y2G5

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