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Bodywork Massage (Non-Registered Massage Therapy)

PLEASE BE AWARE THAT WE ARE UNABLE TO PROCESS ANY EXTENDED BENEFITS FOR BODYWORK APPOINTMENTS, INCLUDING ICBC AND WCB CLAIMS. ADDITIONALLY, IT IS IMPORTANT TO NOTE THAT BODYWORKERS ARE NOT PERMITTED TO PROVIDE TREATMENT FOR WSBC OR ICBC-RELATED INJURIES WHILE THE CLAIM IS OPEN, EVEN IF YOU CHOOSE TO PAY FOR THE TREATMENT OUT OF POCKET. Bodywork (also considered non-registered massage therapy... Read More

PLEASE BE AWARE THAT WE ARE UNABLE TO PROCESS ANY EXTENDED BENEFITS FOR BODYWORK APPOINTMENTS, INCLUDING ICBC AND WCB CLAIMS. ADDITIONALLY, IT IS IMPORTANT TO NOTE THAT BODYWORKERS ARE NOT PERMITTED TO PROVIDE TREATMENT FOR WSBC OR ICBC-RELATED INJURIES WHILE THE CLAIM IS OPEN, EVEN IF YOU CHOOSE TO PAY FOR THE TREATMENT OUT OF POCKET.

Bodywork (also considered non-registered massage therapy, or student massage therapy) is beneficial for people who may not have extended benefits or have reached their annual maximum. The treatment is typically provided by a student therapist who is awaiting their board exams and does not yet have their registration with the College of Massage Therapy of British Columbia (CMTBC).


Chiropractic

If a sports injury, car accident, or sore muscles and joints are causing you sleepless nights and stressful days, it’s time to get help. We are talking about getting help from your body’s own potential to heal itself. While medication provides temporary relief, you often have to deal with side effects, only to find that the pain keeps coming back. It’s not like that with chiropractic services; ... Read More

If a sports injury, car accident, or sore muscles and joints are causing you sleepless nights and stressful days, it’s time to get help. We are talking about getting help from your body’s own potential to heal itself. While medication provides temporary relief, you often have to deal with side effects, only to find that the pain keeps coming back. It’s not like that with chiropractic services; the results are quick and lasting. Your chiropractor facilitates the healing power of your body to rejuvenate and reenergize sore or cramped muscles, painful joints, pinched nerves, a stiff neck, aching back, and so on. Any interference with your body’s nervous system that is keeping you from functioning normally, will be removed to help your body heal itself.


Physiotherapy

With our "hands on" approach we focus our attention to optimizing your recovery and finding the root cause of the injury to get back to full functionality and strength in the quickest and most efficient manner. As a primary caregiver, a physiotherapist can assess, diagnose, and treat your injury through a combination of methods that may include: manual therapy; manipulation; acupuncture; modali... Read More

With our "hands on" approach we focus our attention to optimizing your recovery and finding the root cause of the injury to get back to full functionality and strength in the quickest and most efficient manner. As a primary caregiver, a physiotherapist can assess, diagnose, and treat your injury through a combination of methods that may include: manual therapy; manipulation; acupuncture; modalities such as ultrasound, laser and heat; and/or exercise prescription. Education plays an important role in physiotherapy. The goal of physiotherapy is to return you to your optimal function and strength, while educating you about your injury.


Massage Therapy

Registered Massage Therapists are health care professionals committed to restoring and maintaining optimal health and pain-free function of the body. They are educated and trained to accurately assess and treat with techniques that include massage and manual therapy, joint mobilization, hydrotherapy, and rehabilitative exercise such as stretching, strengthening, postural exercise and patient ed... Read More

Registered Massage Therapists are health care professionals committed to restoring and maintaining optimal health and pain-free function of the body. They are educated and trained to accurately assess and treat with techniques that include massage and manual therapy, joint mobilization, hydrotherapy, and rehabilitative exercise such as stretching, strengthening, postural exercise and patient education.


Kinesiology - Active Rehab

Active rehab is all about bridging the gap from post-injury limitations back to the active, vibrant lifestyle you once enjoyed, whatever that means for you. With the help of physicians, physios or time alone, your injury has settled down enough for you to get through most work, school or light household duties with only mild to moderate discomfort. But what about sport and recreation or lifting... Read More

Active rehab is all about bridging the gap from post-injury limitations back to the active, vibrant lifestyle you once enjoyed, whatever that means for you. With the help of physicians, physios or time alone, your injury has settled down enough for you to get through most work, school or light household duties with only mild to moderate discomfort. But what about sport and recreation or lifting kids and groceries?


Acupuncture

In acupuncture, solid, filiform acupuncture needles, ranging in size from 13-70 mm in length, are inserted into the skin at specific points. According to ancient Chinese medicine, this process of inserting needles is therapeutic, as it encourages healing, improves mood, increases energy, reduces or relieves pain, and improves function. Acupuncture needles are left in place for 15-30 minutes,... Read More

In acupuncture, solid, filiform acupuncture needles, ranging in size from 13-70 mm in length, are inserted into the skin at specific points. According to ancient Chinese medicine, this process of inserting needles is therapeutic, as it encourages healing, improves mood, increases energy, reduces or relieves pain, and improves function.

Acupuncture needles are left in place for 15-30 minutes, and patients often feel a dull, heavy or achy feeling, which indicates that the needle is correctly placed.

Our practitioner may manipulate the needles by lifting, twisting or rotating them in order to increase or decrease the flow of qi (“chee”)—life energy—through your body. This process is safe and virtually painless.


TPI Golf Assessment

What is TPI? TPI (Titleist Performance Institute) is the world’s leading educational organization dedicated to the study of how the human body functions in relation to the golf swing. For over twenty years, TPI has been assessing and gathering data on all kinds of golfers, from Tour professionals to everyday golfers. Through this data, TPI discovered how a properly functioning body allows a pl... Read More

What is TPI?
TPI (Titleist Performance Institute) is the world’s leading educational organization dedicated to the study of how the human body functions in relation to the golf swing. For over twenty years, TPI has been assessing and gathering data on all kinds of golfers, from Tour professionals to everyday golfers. Through this data, TPI discovered how a properly functioning body allows a player to swing a golf club in the most efficient way possible. They have also determined that physical limitations in a player's body can adversely affect the golf swing and potentially lead to injury.

TPI’s Philosophy
There are an infinite number of ways to swing a golf club. However, there is one most efficient way for each player to swing a club and it is based on what they can physically do.

TPI’s Movement Assessment
TPI believes: If you don’t assess, it's just a guess! That is why the movement assessment is where we start. To achieve an efficient swing, a golfer must first be screened. A proper screen involves an assessment of current health, injury history, swing mechanics, biomechanics, physical fitness, and movement quality.

The TPI movement assessment is a simple test to quickly evaluate a player’s physical capabilities. The results of that assessment are used to determine how technical elements of the player’s swing could be related to what their body can or cannot do. Once this screen is finished, the results are used to create a plan unique for that golfer. The plan may include fitness training, physical therapy and treatment, coaching of swing mechanics and biomechanics or all of the above.

Who Is It For?
Anyone who plays golf or is thinking about starting. Whether you are a scratch golfer or you just bought your first set of clubs, you will find this assessment to be very useful and beneficial. It is not a “golf lesson” or “coaching session” but rather the focus is on the body and its function, or dysfunction, with regards to the movement of a golf swing.

If you want to see what all the hype around golf is and start a new hobby, get some more distance on your shots, or just want to play golf pain-free, this assessment is for you!


Orthotics

A foot orthotic supports, aligns, prevents or corrects mal-alignments and improves functions of the foot. Generally, orthotics fall into three categories: those that primarily attempt to change foot function, those that are primarily protective in nature and those that combine functional control and protection.

Sukhvir attended West Coast College of Massage Therapy, where he graduated from the RMT program. He is determined to satisfy the needs of each individual the best he can by understanding their concerns and what areas to focus on so that he can help the patient return to optimal function. He believes that massage therapy can aid in the many issues society faces today, be it stress, anxiety, or even a musculoskeletal injury.

During his time at school, Sukhvir had the opportunity to work with a wide variety of patients who presented with a number of different pathologies and injuries. He completed 500 hours of clinical experience where he worked with patients with headaches, pre & post sports injuries, musculoskeletal dysfunctions, neurological disorders, as well as those that simply want a relaxation massage.

Outside of the clinic, Sukhvir enjoys spending time with family, cycling and swimming!

Sukhvir attended West Coast College of Massage Therapy, where he graduated from the RMT program. ... Read More

As a graduate of WCCMT and with the knowledge acquired from the program, Mike believes in the use of manual techniques along with appropriate home care to treat and prevent any further injury. Whether you are looking for therapeutic work due to injury or maintenance as a preventative measure, Mike has the knowledge to help you achieve your treatment goals. Outside of work, Mike enjoys staying active with an interest in weight lifting and sports.

As a graduate of WCCMT and with the knowledge acquired from the program, Mike believes in the use... Read More

Chiropractic Brought Life Back to His Family!

When Dr. Kevin was exploring career paths in his early twenties, he met a chiropractor and wanted to experience chiropractic care. “I didn’t have any expectations as I thought chiropractic care was only for pain.” After his second adjustment, the digestive problems he’d had since age 3 cleared up. He was amazed!

Having witnessed his father struggle with low back pain and leg weakness as a child, he recommended his dad see this chiropractor. “He couldn’t play hockey or get out on the lake with us without barely being able to move the next day. There were days his legs couldn’t support him standing.” After a few months, the problems he had for over 20 years were gone. Low back pain was only the symptom; however, his low back was not the focus of care.

With patients today, Dr. Kevin understands the importance of looking at the whole person and getting to the cause, rather than only addressing the areas where symptoms are present.

Empowering Healthy Lives at Any Age

Dr. Kevin graduated with a Bachelor of Kinesiology with a focus in sports performance, exercise and health promotion. While completing his Doctor of Chiropractic degree, he learned the mechanisms of how chiropractic care improves sports performance, injury prevention, recovery, rehabilitation, as well as growth and development. This expanded his focus to family care, working with pregnancy, babies, children. Pregnancy care improves mobility and comfort for mom; chiropractic for babies and children promotes optimal growth, development and health outcomes. “No matter who I see as a patient, I want to empower them to become a better version of themselves.” This wealth of knowledge serves him well in practice today with an ability to care for patients of all ages and backgrounds.

Additional Qualifications:

• Certified Chiropractic Extremity Practitioner (CCEP) • Pediatric Certification by the Academy Council of Chiropractic Pediatrics (CACCP). • Certified in the Webster Technique (specifically designed for pregnant patients) • Member of the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association (ICPA)

Staying Active and Exploring

Dr. Kevin loves the outdoors. Whether exploring lakes and mountains or spending the day by the ocean, he loves being active and exploring our beautiful province.

Dr. Kevin believes that living a healthy, fulfilled life means being able to do what you love. He is committed to helping you achieve your health and wellness goals and looks forward to meeting you in the office!

Chiropractic Brought Life Back to His Family! When Dr. Kevin was exploring career paths in his e... Read More

Derrek Chau is currently an excelling student of the RMT program at VACC with clinical experience and will soon be taking the RMT board exams. Derrek decided to pursue massage therapy because he is passionate about helping others in overcoming pain. Via collaborative efforts to formulate a treatment plan, Derrek will work with you to achieve your goals. He excels in treatments for deep tissue massage, lower back pain, and postural imbalances. In his downtime away from work and studies, he enjoys eating at different ramen restaurants, traveling, and hitting the gym.

Derrek Chau is currently an excelling student of the RMT program at VACC with clinical experience... Read More

Param has over 11 years of experience in clinical settings and teaching. Her treatment approach involves exercise prescription, soft tissue mobilization/myofascial release, patient education, and correction of posture and movement patterns. She is certified in Functional Dry Needling Level 1 and Pelvic Health Level 1. Additional education includes Mulligan Manual Therapy, Acute Management of sports-related concussion and management of post-concussion syndrome, Advanced Concussion Course, Vestibular Rehabilitation and Temporomandibular Disorders (TMD) and Orofacial Pain.

Param has over 11 years of experience in clinical settings and teaching. Her treatment approach i... Read More

Sherry’s interest in holistic healing and her passion for helping people led her to massage therapy. She is a graduate of CDI College and a mom to 3 beautiful children. She enjoys working with each individual to develop a treatment plan, integrating various modalities of massage such as myofascial release, trigger point therapy, joint mobilization, and neuromuscular techniques to help the body realign and promote healing. In her spare time, Sherry enjoys camping, hiking, travelling, baseball, crosswords and spending time with friends and family.

Sherry’s interest in holistic healing and her passion for helping people led her to massage thera... Read More

In 2009, Alex successfully completed the massage therapy program at Everest College of Arts and Technology in Toronto. After moving to Vancouver in June 2012, he became registered with the College of Massage Therapists of British Columbia. Alex’s treatments may include Swedish and deep tissue massage, myofascial release, joint mobilization, muscle energy techniques, circulatory work (to improve blood circulation and drainage), therapeutic stretches (including PNF) and craniosacral therapy.

In 2009, Alex successfully completed the massage therapy program at Everest College of Arts and T... Read More

Chloe graduated from the Registered Massage Therapy Program at CDI College and passed the board exam in 2020 after receiving a Bachelor of Arts degree in Photography. She has completed 2750 hours of course, which included time at a senior’s facility, which she very much enjoyed. Chloe is interested in Geriatric, Women’s Health, and Chronic Pain accompanied by mental health and emotional stress. When she has free time, she can be found playing with her dog. One of her future goals is to work with rescue animals and adoptive animals. She also enjoys Pilates and playing video games.

Chloe graduated from the Registered Massage Therapy Program at CDI College and passed the board e... Read More

Daniel Laskoski graduated from West Coast College of Massage Therapy with a Diploma in Massage therapy. He believes everyone wanting their bodies to stay healthy should see a massage therapist for maintaining proper body movement patterning. Having dealt with multiple concussions and chronic shoulder impingement himself, he knows how important recovery is in the rehabilitation process for any injury. In Daniel’s free time he likes to do yard work, garden, cook, but mostly strength train. On sunny days he enjoys going outside and finding some trails to explore.

Daniel Laskoski graduated from West Coast College of Massage Therapy with a Diploma in Massage th... Read More

Jeffrey graduated from the Bodywork Massage program with honours at CDI South Surrey in 2023. He completed 2,750 hours of courses and hands-on clinical practice in student clinics and CrossFit gyms. Currently, he awaits his board exam results.

Jeffrey adopts an evidence-based approach to bodywork massage, believing it can significantly enhance well-being by improving sleep, alleviating chronic pain, bolstering immune function, and managing stress levels.

He is passionate about maintaining an active and healthy lifestyle while understanding the risks and limitations of injuries. His positive energy and goal-oriented mindset enable him to positively impact his clients on their journey to recovery and optimal living.

Jeffrey appreciates the diversity of clients bodywork massage allows him to work with, assisting them in achieving their goals. His treatment modalities encompass Myofascial Release, Trigger Point Release, Joint Mobilization, Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation (PNF), Muscle Energy Technique, Swedish/Deep Tissue Massage, and prescribing home care exercises.

Outside of work, Jeffrey enjoys fishing, playing badminton, hiking, cooking, and travelling. He is fluent in both English and Mandarin.

Jeffrey graduated from the Bodywork Massage program with honours at CDI South Surrey in 2023. He ... Read More

Sunwoo graduated from the Vancouver Career College Registered Massage Therapy Program in January 2023. During his studies, he gained experience working with a diverse clientele from VACC’s student and public clinic, as well as outreaches at the City Care Center and BCIT. These experiences have allowed him to assess and treat clients of all different ages, backgrounds, and needs.

Sunwoo’s preferred treatment modalities include Swedish massage, trigger point therapy, myofascial release, joint mobilizations, and neuromuscular technique. His professional goal is motivated by his desire to help clients in their healthcare journey. He strives to provide proper assessment and treatment plans, followed by a care regimen that can be followed at home.

Sunwoo enjoys spending time outdoors in his spare time, exploring BC’s beautiful parks. He particularly enjoys camping with his family and playing various sports with friends and family. Sunwoo also loves to travel with family and friends and finds joy in new experiences and challenges.

Sunwoo graduated from the Vancouver Career College Registered Massage Therapy Program in January ... Read More

Jason is a Registered Acupuncturist and Kinesiologist who has been practicing kinesiology since 2004, and acupuncture since 2009. He is experienced in treating a variety of disorders as follows: musculoskeletal injuries (whiplash, shoulder tendonitis, back pain, sciatica, tennis elbow, knee pain), women’s health (premenstrual symptoms, menopause, menstrual irregularities, infertility) and general health (headaches, stress, anxiety, insomnia, obesity, digestive problems (diarrhea, constipation, IBS, quitting smoking). Jason enjoys spending time with his family and riding his motorcycle.

Jason is a Registered Acupuncturist and Kinesiologist who has been practicing kinesiology since 2... Read More

Jason completed his Bachelor of Applied Science in Kinesiology from Simon Fraser University in 2004. During his studies at SFU, he also obtained a certificate in Health and Fitness studies. He also completed two additional years of co-operative education in kinesiology which helped him to gain enormous experience in the field of active rehabilitation, ergonomics and health/fitness. Jason has been a practicing member of BCAK since 2005.

Jason started off his career working with ICBC clients providing active rehabilitation to maximise their recoveries and help them return to pre-injury conditions. Since 2008, Jason has been working in WorkSafeBC programs such as Occupation rehabilitation, Hand therapy, Return to work coordination, and Pain management program. Jason has gained a tremendous amount of knowledge to help with client’s recoveries.

Jason has also been giving a lot back to his field of studies. He has been mentoring and sharing his knowledge and experience with Kinesiology students from SFU, University of Fraser Valley, and Douglas College over the past 10 years.

Jason is also a registered acupuncturist practicing at Clayton Heights Sports and Therapy Centre since 2014.

Outside of work, Jason enjoys spending time outdoors with his family. He also has a strong passion for riding motorcycles and fishing. He also volunteers on a regular basis with his local church and in his community. You will often see him riding on his motorcycle and scooter around town, or out on the local lakes and rivers fishing.

Jason completed his Bachelor of Applied Science in Kinesiology from Simon Fraser University in 20... Read More

Kyla is an exceptional hands-on manual Physiotherapist. What Kyla loves most is finding the root cause of an injury and treating both that area and the symptomatic areas. Sports injuries and helping athletes get back to their passions are Kyla’s specialty. In addition, Kyla is a pelvic health physiotherapist. Outside of helping her clients, Kyla loves being at home with her husband and daughter and traveling the world.

Kyla is an exceptional hands-on manual Physiotherapist. What Kyla loves most is finding the root ... Read More

Mark Malamura graduated from Vancouver College of Massage Therapy in 2018 with a diploma in Massage Therapy. He started playing soccer as a young kid in Surrey and Langley until the age of 16 when he decided to move to Germany to pursue a professional soccer career. In his last season playing for FC Augsburg in Germany, he suffered torn muscles in his hamstrings and quadriceps. Through modalities such as Swedish massage, joint mobilizations, myofascial release and many more, he works to decrease patients’ symptoms and help them reach their optimal health.

Mark Malamura graduated from Vancouver College of Massage Therapy in 2018 with a diploma in Massa... Read More

James graduated from the University of the Fraser Valley with a Bachelor of Kinesiology and a Minor in Communications. While there, he worked as a student trainer with the men’s soccer team and as a kinesiologist under the head Athletic Therapist at the University. Through this program, he gained valuable experience in treating many types of injuries and demands on the body that come along with playing high-level sports. James has a special interest in rehabilitation because, at a young age, he had managed many injuries, surgeries, and Crohn’s Disease.

James graduated from the University of the Fraser Valley with a Bachelor of Kinesiology and a Min... Read More

Uma has been practicing physiotherapy for over 20 years. She completed a Bachelor/Master of Physiotherapy degree with a specialization in neurological conditions. Uma has extensive experience in providing physiotherapy to clientele with chronic pain, sports injuries, post-surgical and post-trauma. She has a special interest in rehabilitating clients with Stroke, Spinal cord injury, nerve surgeries and frequent falls. Uma values evidence-based practice and utilizes a client-centred, one-on-one approach to assist clients on their road to recovery.

Uma has been practicing physiotherapy for over 20 years. She completed a Bachelor/Master of Physi... Read More

Nicole received her diploma in Massage Therapy in New Westminster, British Columbia, at the West Coast College of Massage Therapy. Nicole practices Swedish Relaxation Massage as well as Trigger Point Release, Muscle Stripping, Golgi Tendon Release, myofascial Release, Muscle Energy, Gentle Joint Manipulation and many other modalities. When Nicole is not working, Nicole enjoys spending time with her family, swimming, water skiing, wakeboarding, snowboarding, playing volleyball, and cooking.

Nicole received her diploma in Massage Therapy in New Westminster, British Columbia, at the West ... Read More

Vijay Raj is an internationally trained physical therapist with over 12 years of experience treating various musculoskeletal conditions, sports injuries, and pre- and post-operative conditions. He holds a bachelor’s degree in physiotherapy, a master’s degree in physiotherapy (orthopaedics), and fitness certifications from India.

Since graduating as Physiotherapist, Vijay has worked at multi-disciplinary and sports injury clinics, Long term Care home in Canada & India. He has gained a vast amount of clinical experience from working with clients ranging from sports players to elderly patients with chronic pain to motor vehicle accident victims and work-related injuries. Working alongside and learning from many experienced Physiotherapists, Osteopaths, Chiropractors and massage therapists has given him the tools to develop his holistic model of treatment.

His treatment approach involves working with clients to find the root cause and tailor solution to get them back to active life style. His treatment sessions largely involve combination of evidence based manual techniques such as soft tissue and joint mobilization, dry needling, electro-modalities, cupping and active component, etc. all targeted at client recovery and maximizing functions to get them back to what they love. He focuses not only on treatment but on educating clients to prevent injury and optimize their potential. Being into sports he has been through a few sports injuries of his own which has helped him to become a better therapist.

He loves treating a diverse group of clients with conditions like neck pain, back pain, knee pain, shoulder injuries, and other musculoskeletal complaints. He’s inspired when clients get back to an active, pain-free life.

Vijay is fluent in English, Hindi and Punjabi. He loves cricket, swimming and yoga. He is passionate about helping people, continuous learning, staying fit and active. He lives by his favourite quote: “Life is not about finding yourself, Life is about creating yourself.”

Vijay Raj is an internationally trained physical therapist with over 12 years of experience treat... Read More

Venkat graduated with a Bachelor’s in physiotherapy and his Master’s Degree from The Tamil Nadu Dr. M.G.R. Medical University, Chennai, India and later went on to pursue his Post Graduate Diploma in Developmental rehabilitation, from Osmania University. He has completed courses in vestibular rehabilitation, TMJ, and Concussion Management from CCMI academy, temporomandibular rehab, and he is an IMS/Dry Needling practitioner. Apart from work, he loves to play cricket, tennis, volleyball, badminton and biking.

Venkat graduated with a Bachelor’s in physiotherapy and his Master’s Degree from The Tamil Nadu D... Read More

Certified Gunn IMS (Intramuscular Stimulation), American Balance Institute Certified in Vestibular Rehabilitation & American Balance Institute Certified in Concussion Assessment and Management

Mandeep graduated with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy in 2002 from the University of Bangalore, India. Since then Mandeep has pursued many continuing education courses with a special interest in orthopaedic rehabilitation and manual therapy. These include TMJ, knee and hip complex as well as IMS and acupuncture. Mandeep uses his skills in effectively evaluating and treating different acute, degenerative, traumatic non-traumatic and neurological conditions.

Mandeep finds personal fulfillment in being able to make a difference in the lives and physical well-being of his patients, through understanding his clients’ needs and assisting them with attaining their goals. Mandeep enjoys playing Badminton and Cricket and spending leisure time with his family.

Certified Gunn IMS (Intramuscular Stimulation), American Balance Institute Certified in Vestibula... Read More

Whether he is treating someone for orthopedic conditions, systemic conditions, or providing relaxation relief for stress, Roi develops patient-centred treatment plans, as each person is unique. As an athlete, Roi understands the value of massage therapy because he has been injured numerous times during mixed Martial Arts training, swimming, as well as in a motor vehicle accident. Roi understands that massage therapy—especially myofascial release work— is fundamental to restoring the well-being of people who come to him with serious injuries or debilitating conditions.

Whether he is treating someone for orthopedic conditions, systemic conditions, or providing relax... Read More

Sophie is a new graduate of Vancouver Career College. She has a profound interest in massage therapy and a deep understanding of the human body, Sophie is enthusiastic about collaborating with patients to alleviate pain and address dysfunctions. Utilizing a combination of deep tissue techniques, fascial work, diaphragmatic breathing, and oscillatory mobilizations, her goal is to rectify postural imbalances and address a variety of conditions. Outside of her academic pursuits, you can find Sophie lifting weights at the gym, indulging in crochet projects, or exploring new brunch spots in Metro Vancouver!

Sophie is a new graduate of Vancouver Career College. She has a profound interest in massage ther... Read More

Lauren graduated from the West Coast College of Massage Therapy in 2017, receiving her diploma for completing the 2500 hour full time program. She focuses on therapeutic massages, treating a wide variety of conditions such as chronic pain, headaches, sprains/strains, tendinitis, frozen shoulder, sciatica, pregnancy and more. Lauren customizes her massage to suit the needs of her patients and practices Swedish, Sports or Pregnancy massage while incorporating trigger point and myofascial release therapy as well as joint mobilizations. As a strong proponent of balanced wellness in body and mind, some of her passions include weight training, hiking, cooking/baking, meditating and reading.

Lauren graduated from the West Coast College of Massage Therapy in 2017, receiving her diploma fo... Read More

Sarah has been practicing massage for the better part of 13 years. Having lived in many resort towns such as Whistler and Banff, she moved to the lower mainland three years ago and hasn’t looked back. She has a varied practice and enjoys treating all types of conditions. She has been working with ICBC cases directly for over a year now and enjoys helping people get back to their best health. She has a background in action sports such as skiing, snowboarding and used to coach Downhill Mountain biking. Nowadays you can catch her on the golf course or at the gym. She is also a painter and photographer and enjoys learning more about people through these hobbies. Sarah is a curious and engaged person who welcomes all types of clients in her practice and is looking forward to building her practice at Clayton Heights Sports and Therapy Center.

Sarah has been practicing massage for the better part of 13 years. Having lived in many resort to... Read More

Born and raised in Abbottsford, Dr. Lorelei Zacharias first began her career in the dental industry as an assistant, then went on to become a dental hygienist. With over 18 years in dentistry, she noticed a lot of clients struggling with TMD and felt she could do more help. In 2016, Lorelei received her Doctorate of Chiropractic. Lorelei has since returned home to serve the Fraser Valley and has quickly become a favourite of patients and staff. Outside the office, Lorelei can be found enjoying time with friends and family or planning her next adventure.

Born and raised in Abbottsford, Dr. Lorelei Zacharias first began her career in the dental indust... Read More

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