BDR Science

Downtown Vancouver bc

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Services Offered:

-CR Massage (Cellulite Reduction)

-BDR Massage (Breast Density Reduction)


Ryan Brown has been a married man since 1998. Ryan has been a muscle flushing therapist since 1999. After thousands of clients Ryan has created his own Copyrighted Massage Techniques. BDR massage therapy stands of Breast Density Reduction.


BDR: When the breasts are less dense congested, and circulating properly, clients have experience fuller, lifted, size differences. Results may vary, and we recommend coming to the clinic with the intentions of achieving optimal health.


Many Females thinking about getting breast enlargements are trying BDR massage first for some of the side effects of BDR massage can be larger breasts.


Its more important than ever for Females to be aware of Breast Congestion Density and how the greater dense the Breast is the more chances of Breast diseases.


Ryan is Very passionate about Cancer awareness. In 2009 Jenn Ryans wife, helped Ryan cycle across Canada for Cancer Awareness. Ryan has had hundreds of interviews across the Nation trying to spread Cancer awareness.

Granville Street Downtown Vancouver BC

      How it Works?

As a registered massage therapist and personal trainer, I have had the experience of witnessing the outstanding benefits of breast massage on my clients. With the preventative medical purpose of boosting lymphatic circulation and decreasing inflammation, it is extremely unfortunate that breast massage has been under-serviced in society as a whole due to social norms of breast tissue as "sexual" or "privates". Because if this, many women suffer from chronic pain, and difficulty creating balance in training their upper body. I have experienced Ryan's work, and felt a difference in my shoulder functioning in one treatment. He is extremely talented and professional and works hard for his clients. I would recommend both women and men with any back, neck, or shoulder issues to see Ryan for breast massage. He can work on both the mobility of the shoulder due to pectoral tension, and tissue congestion, both being absolutely essential for optimal full body functioning! Great work Ryan and thank you!!!

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