About

Whitney Bysterveldt, RMT

Whitney Bysterveldt, RMT

John Beck RMT

John Beck RMT

Mase Keeping RMT

Mase Keeping RMT

About Move

Move is a mobile therapeutic-massage service that specializes in corporate wellness for the greater Halifax area. With expertise in workplace ergonomics, Move massage focuses on stress reduction and workplace injury as well as increased productivity and enhanced job performance. Move tailors its services to your business. It offers on-site chair or table massage so that employees can take advantage of health care benefits and workplace wellness initiatives. Move massage-therapy services are performed by Whitney Bysterveldt, who is a Registered Massage Therapist (RMT) and member of the Massage Therapist Association of Nova Scotia. 


About Whitney Bysterveldt

Whitney Bysterveldt is Move’s owner and operator. She is an RMT and honours graduate from ICT Northumberland College Halifax. A lifelong learner, Whitney is always researching new approaches to bodywork. Her goal is simple: to improve the health of her clients. She is currently pursuing a Masters or Occupational Therapy at Dalhousie.

John Beck, RMT

Originally from Southampton, England, John loves his life here in Nova Scotia. He is an honours graduate from ICT Northumberland College and was presented with awards in Academic and Clinical Excellence.

John skillfully blends many techniques and enjoys using the body's natural movement to restore soft tissue health, joint mobility and range of motion. He practices both therapeutic massage and Thai Stretch massage. This enables him to effectively combine the Eastern principles of Suikodo, Sen and Meridian energy lines with Western myofascial, trigger point, and deep tissue techniques into all his treatments.

John's enthusiasm and strong clinical reasoning will be central to meeting your individual needs and enabling you to achieve your goals. He looks forward to working with you and unraveling the challenges you bring to the table, chair or mat.

Mase Keeping RMT

Mason (or as they typically go by, Mase) has been working as a massage therapist full-time since graduating from the Canadian College of Massage & Hydrotherapy in 2014. 

Mase has been active in sport and outdoor activities for much of their life, and began their massage career with an interest in helping those with active lifestyles recover from, and prevent, injuries.

As an avid yoga practitioner, and recent 200hr YTT graduate, Mase loves to incorporate the knowledge they've learned into their style of therapeutic massage, and by teaching safe client self-care. They look forward to helping you feel less stress, prevent postural pain and gain more comfort and mobility within your body.

movemassagemase@gmail.com