Rob Erhart - Registered Massage Therapist
Languages: English & American Sign Language
My journey from National Team Athlete and Olympic Coach to now has provided me a unique understanding of the body's potential. I see massage therapy as the bridge between healing and peak performance.
I was fortunate to spend 7 years representing Team Canada in the sport of Skeleton (going down an iced water slide on a glorified lunch-tray at speeds over 140 km/hr). Over the last 17 years as an athlete, coach, and trainer, I've been immersed in the world of human anatomy, physiology, performance, and injury.
After retiring from sport I began my education journey on the path toward Physiotherapy but found myself wanting a more hands-on approach, one where I could spend more time with my clients. That happily led me to the world of massage therapy.
I've worked with individuals of all ages and levels of athleticism, from teens to Olympians. What sets my practice apart is my integrated approach. I see the body as an interconnected system with many factors affecting our ability to function. So I keep my goal as simple as possible: to help you feel as good and happy as possible, so you can do more of what you love.
When I’m not massaging you can find me taking photos, playing board games, playing vintage video games (NES/SNES/N64 loyal), and being in Vancouver I have to get outside and hike and walk in nature as much as possible.