Massages Covered By Acupuncture Benefits. Advanced Acupressure Massage.

Get your next massage covered by your acupuncture benefits with Advanced Acupressure Massage — Direct Billing Available

Have you run out of RMT Benefits?

Get Extra Massages This Year  Covered by Acupuncture Benefits

Panda Clinic’s Advanced Acupressure Massage is covered by acupuncture benefits.

If you have run out of RMT benefits, get your next massage from one of our registered acupuncturists.

Woman on table having her neck worked on by physiotherapist
side view of glass cup being placed on a patients back

Looking for more from your massage?

Comprehensive Massage Therapy

Advanced Acupressure Massage is an alternative therapy that combines the best of acupressure massage, cupping therapy, and optional acupuncture.

One session provides three Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) therapies to enhance relaxation and promote the body’s natural healing process.

New to Acupuncture?

Needleless Option Available

If you are new to acupuncture or feel uneasy with needles, we offer a needleless option with our session.

Advanced Acupressure Massage lets you choose if you want to experience the benefits of acupuncture.

It is a great way to get introduced to acupuncture and see first-hand if it’s the right fit for you.

Acupuncturist placing acupuncture needle into patient's arm

About Advanced Acupressure Massage

What To Expect

Advanced Acupressure Massage is a 60-minute session performed by one of our registered acupuncturists.

One session is $145 and is covered by insurance or extended health benefits

This multi-service session targets the pain points across your body with advanced massage and acupuncture techniques.

Throughout our sessions, we tailor the appointment to meet your needs.

Advanced Acupressure Massage Coverage

ICBC, Acupuncture & Extended Medical Benefits

Advanced Acupressure Massage is covered by your extended medical benefits and ICBC.

That means one appointment will cost little to nothing to you.

Direct Billing

We offer direct billing to all major insurance providers so you don’t have to worry about paying out of pocket or dealing with paperwork.


Frequently Asked Questions About Advanced Acupressure Massage

Does Acupressure Massage Work?

Studies suggest that acupressure releases endorphins and promotes anti-inflammatory effects, helping with certain body ailments such as sprains, muscle tension, types of arthritis, and more. More than one study suggests that fatigue and mood may improve from the use of acupressure massage.

What Is Acupressure Massage Good For?

The Acupressure massage technique aims to decrease pain, clear tension in muscles, increase blood circulation and promote deep states of relaxation. 

It’s focuses on:

  • Injury rehabilitation from sprains, strains, broken bones and muscles tears.
  • Pain relief from injury/long term illness such as migraines, arthritis, digestive problems, menstrual irregularities, insomnia, and fatigue.
  • Easing tight muscles from overuse or poor posture.

Acupressure can also be effective to relieve headaches, back and body aches and help to manage conditions such as fibromyalgia in long-term illness patients. 

Can Acupressure Help My Back Pain?

If you struggle with chronic  back pain and are interested in trying treatments that are lower risk, and non-invasive, acupressure is worth considering.

Does Acupressure Massage Help Headaches?

Your content goes here. Edit or remove this text inline or in the module Content settings. You can also style every aspect of this content in the module Design settings and even apply custom CSS to this text in the module Advanced settings.

Are Needles Used in Acupressure?

No, needles are not used in acupressure massage. While acupunture and acupressure share common roots, acupunture involves the insertion of hair-thin, disposable needles into the skin. The needles are inserted gently and painlessly into acupuncture points along meridians on the body.

With Acupressure, instead of needles, practitioners use fingers to apply pressure to these meridian points on the body.

Needleless options are available for our advanced acupressure massage.

Does My Insurance Cover Acupressure Massage?

Yes. We can directly bill to your insurance provider so you don’t need to pay upfront.

Advanced Acupressure Massage is also covered by your acupuncture benefits.

We accept: Great-West Life, Industrial Alliance, Desjardin Insurance, Pacific Blue Cross, Medavie Blue Cross (RCMP, Canadian Armed Forces, Veterans Affairs), Chambers of Commerce Group Insurance, Greenshield, First Canadian, Johnson Inc., Johnston Group Inc., Sun Life Insurance, Manulife Financial.

How We Help

What To Expect From Your First Visit?

Our advanced acupressure massage therapy is a 60 minute session with one of our registered acupuncturists.

1.    Your Arrival 

On your first visit to our clinic, we recommend to arrive at least 5 to 10 minutes before your scheduled appointment. This is to work through any paperwork or to provide additional information such as any insurance information.

2.    Preparing For Treatment 

Once you’ve provided the details of your medical history, our acupunturist will then escort you to a treatment room to discuss the details and the issues you would like to address through our acupressure therapy.

3.    The Treatment 

After your Acupunturist returns, your treatment can begin.  Based on the reason for your visit, acupressure therapy techniques will begin, tailored to your needs. It is very important to communicate any concerns or issues you experience during the session. While some areas may be more uncomfortable than others to be worked on, the session should always be to your comfort level.



Advanced Pain Relief Therapy for

Injury Rehabilitation

A safe, therapeutic approach that helps patients effectively treat pain and achieve optimal performance with targeted therapy to help you return to pre-injury function.


Having discomfort in the stomach usually accompanied by an urge to vomit. Discomfort might include heaviness, tightness, and a feeling of indigestion that doesn’t go away

Long Term Illness

Advanced pain management for chronic health conditions lasting six months or longer, such as arthritis, cancer, or chronic pain.

Anxiety & Stress

Characterized by feelings of tension, intrusive thoughts or concerns, and physical changes like increased blood pressure. 

Muscle Tightness

The inability of a muscle or muscle groups to move through a full range of motion for a specified body part. The muscle(s) may undergo a change in tissue quality and result in a semi-contracted state in which the muscle(s) are unable to relax or lengthen.

Abdominal Issues

Cramping and discomfort in the lower abdomen. Usually brought on by digestion problems, menstrual cycles, intestinal issues, or more.

Registered Acupunturists

Meet Our Acupunturists

Meicha Wang

Meicha Wang

Registered Acupuncturist

Meicha is a Registered Acupuncturist at our Burnaby location

Jordan Chang

Jordan Chang

Registered Acupuncturist

Jordan is a Registered Acupuncturist & Registered Massage Therapist at our New Westminster location

Alyssa Mendoza

Alyssa Mendoza

Registered Acupunturist

Alyssa is  a Registered Acupuncturist at our White Rock location

Ready to be pain free?

Book an appointment with us today and let us take your pain away