Shanna Wighton, RMT

Shanna Wighton, RMTSome of the conditions that Shanna has treated recently are: Chronic pain, tension headaches, migraines, plantar fasciitis, fibromyalgia, TMJ disfunction, rotator cuff injuries, and general neck and shoulder issues from computer work.

Shanna has a strong interest in treating patients with chronic pain.  As someone who has experienced endometriosis and chronic migraine she knows first-hand how debilitating it can be to deal with pain on a long term basis.

Before training to become a massage therapist, Shanna earned a Child and Youth Care Degree from Malaspina University-College and worked as a counselor for youth at risk. Throughout her work and school life, Shanna’s focus has been to help people enhance their quality of life.

Shanna’s husband Rob is also a RMT at Metro.  She taught him everything he knows.  ;D

As a massage therapist Shanna believes that the patient is the expert. They have the most knowledge about their condition. The therapist’s role is to give suggestions to help the patient formulate a health care plan, and to help them achieve their goals.


In her own words:

“I strongly believe in treating holistically. I look at all aspects of a patient’s health and may make suggestions for self-care. I use a very wide range of tools to treat patients. Myofascial release, craniosacral, trigger point therapy, and deep tissue are some of the specific massage techniques that I use.

Every patient is different, and everyone needs a different combination of techniques. I never treat exactly the same way twice. What worked for a patient in a previous treatment might not work in the same way during the next treatment.

I work as a massage therapist because I enjoy meeting new people and taking on new challenges. As a RMT, I have the amazing opportunity to create positive change in another person’s life.”


Shanna's Hours
Mondays 10 am - 2 pm
Wednesdays 2 pm - 8 pm
Thursdays 10 am - 2 pm






Please note the Union Bank building’s main doors are locked on statutory holidays, and in the evening after 6 pm.  Your therapist will come down to the main doors 5 minutes before your appointment to let you into the building.