Pacific Coast Massage Therapy

About the therapist

Christopher Robins RMT has a background in theatre and clowning before becoming a massage therapist. Those that know Chris best say that he became a massage therapist just so that he could have a captive audience!!!
Christopher established Pacific Coast Massage Therapy in February of 1994 with the intention to provide effective massage therapy in the context and environment that nurtures the individual and promotes their health, well being and relaxation. Chris has a wide variety of of massage experience working with athletes, professional dancers, actors, expectant mothers, palliative care patients, developmentally challenged adults and the elderly. He has an affinity for performers given his previous occupation and has provided massage therapy for actors of Stage, Film and Television.
Chris has worked with dancers from the Riverdance, Ballet BC, Royal Winnipeg Ballet, The National Ballet of Canada, as well as singers and dancers from touring productions of Showboat, Cats and other musicals.
He has clinical experience treating a large number of conditions including whiplash, H.I.V., repetitive strain injuries, arthritides, low back pain, scoliosis, TMJ dysfunction, MVA injuries, and a variety of strains, sprains and tendonitis to name a few.
Chris has studied advanced sports massage, foot reflexology, Kneipp hydrotherapy, Reiki, palliative care massage, Tibetan sound healing, and Shatisu

Volunteer activities:
We believe in supporting a healthy community and has such have provided volunteer massage services for the following:

Doctor Peter Center – Vancouver
AIDS Vancouver – Vancouver
The Canadian Ironman Triathlon – Penticton B.C.; English Bay Swim Club – Vancouver BC
XI International Conference on AIDS – Vancouver BC; Ballet BC – Vancouver BC


Yorick Theatre
Ballet BC
Vancouver Food Bank United Way
Bali Kids

Chris is co-owner of Bird Brothers Philanthropic Trading Company
which is a social enterprise that supports over 23 different grass root charities in 11 countries. Bird Brothers sells crafts and other items from developing countries with 100% of the profit going back to support charities in the areas of health care, education, orphanages, environmental/species protection and the preservation of traditional crafts, language and culture.