Valerie Harbour - Sports Massage Therapist

The Physio Care

Sports Massage Therapist 



Valerie Harbour is a sport oriented Massage Therapist with a background in personal training. She has always had a passion for sports, and loved competing. Valerie is an Ex luge and bobsled athlete who competed internationally for Canada. she is family oriented and is a single mother to beautiful daughter, who keeps showing her that every moment in life is meaningful and not worth wasting. Valerie enjoys going hiking, camping, and swimming in her free time. She has found her calling as a Massage Therapist and loves working with clients who experience chronic tension, pain, stress and sport related injuries. Valerie specializes in prenatal, deep tissue, cupping, Myofascial release, and trigger point therapy. Valerie is excited to work with new clients to help them reach their wellness goals.


  • Hiking
  • Camping
  • Swimming

Massages are a great way to relieve tension in your body. Yet, it can be hard to find a massage therapist who understands your pain.

Massage therapy can help treat many common aches and pains? First, it can help relieve muscle tension. Second, it can increase blood flow and circulation. Third, massage therapy can help people with fibromyalgia sleep better and feel less pain.

Massage therapy has become a popular form of treatment for those who are looking to relieve pain, increase relaxation, and prevent the potential recurrence of injuries. Massage therapy is now being used by athletes, professional sports teams, elite military units, and even everyday people to help reduce stress.

If you’re looking for a massage that will leave you feeling relaxed and rejuvenated, click on this link to learn more about the benefits of massage treatments.

Recently, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued a report that said that half of all adults reported having pain in the last three months. When you have muscle aches and pains, it can be difficult to move around or do your usual routine. Massages are one way to relieve sore muscles.

Do I need a doctor's referral to book an appointment?

A referral from a doctor is no longer needed before seeing a physiotherapist. You may be asked by your insurance company to get a referral before seeing a physiotherapist, but it is not common. People are usually able to schedule an appointment directly with the physiotherapist.

At The Physio Care we ensure that our customers are able to book appointments in the way that is comfortable for them
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