Jason Scott


Massage Therapy

Hey there, I’m Jason Scott, and it’s a joy to celebrate 15 years as a Registered Massage Therapist at “Langley City Wellness,” situated in the vibrant heart of Langley City, on the ancestral lands of the Kwantlen, Matsqui, Katzie, and Semiahmoo First Nations.

My path in massage therapy has been incredibly enriching, taking me through diverse settings and community practices across Yaletown, Surrey, and the tranquil landscapes of the Fraser Valley. Along the way, I’ve had the privilege of contributing to healing environments at the Harrison Hot Springs Hotel and Optimum Sport Performance in Chilliwack, where I was honored with the title of “Best Massage” in the Reader’s Choice Awards for Harrison Hot Springs, Agassiz, and Hope.

My journey of learning and growth never stops, and I’m excited to share that I’ve recently obtained certifications in Trauma-Informed Massage Therapy. From sports injury rehabilitation to motor vehicle incident-based whiplash recovery, I’m dedicated to customizing each session to meet the unique health goals of my clients.

Beyond my professional endeavors, I find immense fulfillment in mentoring others. As a student clinic instructor for various massage therapy schools, I’ve had the privilege of guiding the next generation of therapists. Additionally, as an outreach supervisor for organizations like Rugby BC, BC Lions Football Club, and Canuck Place Children’s Hospice, I’ve cherished the opportunity to extend healing beyond the treatment room.

When I’m not immersed in the world of massage therapy, you can find me exploring the mysteries of the underwater realm as a Dive Master and Open Water Scuba Instructor, among other certifications. On land, I indulge in outdoor passions like nature photography and mountain biking, activities I’ve also shared through my involvement on the Board of Directors for the Fraser Valley Mountain Bike Association (FVMBA).

I’m genuinely thrilled to extend a warm welcome to individuals from all walks of life and look forward to embarking on a journey towards optimal health and well-being together.

Ryan Xu



Acupuncture is a traditional Chinese medical practice that involves inserting thin needles into specific points on the body to stimulate various physiological responses. While individual experiences may vary, some potential benefits of acupuncture include:

  1. Pain Management: Acupuncture is often used to alleviate various types of pain, including chronic pain conditions such as arthritis, migraines, and lower back pain. It is believed to stimulate the release of endorphins, the body’s natural painkillers.

  2. Stress Reduction: Acupuncture may help reduce stress and promote relaxation by affecting the body’s sympathetic nervous system. This can lead to improved mood and a sense of well-being.

  3. Improved Sleep: Many individuals report improved sleep quality and reduced insomnia symptoms after acupuncture sessions. It can help regulate sleep patterns by balancing the body’s energy flow.

  4. Enhanced Immune Function: Some studies suggest that acupuncture can boost the immune system by increasing the production of white blood cells and enhancing the body’s defense mechanisms against illnesses.

  5. Digestive Health: Acupuncture has been used to treat various gastrointestinal issues, such as irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and acid reflux. It may help regulate digestive function and reduce discomfort.

  6. Hormonal Balance: Acupuncture is sometimes used to address hormonal imbalances in conditions like polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) and menopausal symptoms. It may help regulate hormone levels and alleviate related symptoms.

  7. Reduction in Allergic Reactions: Acupuncture has been studied for its potential to reduce the severity of allergic reactions and help manage allergies by modulating the immune response.

  8. Addiction Recovery: Some individuals use acupuncture as part of addiction recovery programs. It can help reduce cravings and withdrawal symptoms by affecting the release of neurotransmitters like dopamine.

  9. Improved Circulation: Acupuncture may promote better blood circulation and oxygenation of tissues, which can aid in healing and tissue repair.

  10. Mental Health Support: Acupuncture is sometimes used as a complementary therapy for mental health conditions like anxiety, depression, and PTSD. It can help alleviate some symptoms and promote emotional balance.

It’s important to note that while acupuncture has been used for centuries and is generally considered safe when performed by a trained and qualified practitioner, individual responses to treatment may vary. It’s advisable to consult with a healthcare professional to determine if acupuncture is appropriate for your specific health concerns and to ensure it is performed by a licensed acupuncturist.

To book with Ryan, please call (778) 712-8756

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