Registered Massage Therapy

Say goodbye to muscular tension, aches and pains! Therapeutic massage promotes an improved quality of life and greater sense of physical well-being. Massage also has numerous health benefits.

Andrea’s personal interest in anatomy and physiology has led to a challenging and rewarding career in exercise rehabilitation and massage therapy. She started her career in 2006 by becoming a personal trainer.

Andrea is a fully certified STOTT ® Pilates instructor. “Since completing my STOTT® training over a decade ago, I have gained a deeper understanding of the smaller, stabilizing muscles and the important role these muscles play in coordination, agility, flexibility, endurance and balance. This, in turn, affects total strength and ultimately prevents injury! Pilates balances the body from the inside out.” Andrea has recently completed her Registered Massage Therapy program. Massage therapy was a natural ‘next step’ for Andrea’s career. Using her combined tools of therapeutic massage, corrective exercise and Pilates movement patterns she guides our Clinical Pilates clients. Collaborating with a physiotherapist, her goal is to get her clients back to the active lifestyles they love!

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Kirsty has been a practicing Registered Massage Therapist (RMT) since 2004. She completed her 3000 hours of training at the West Coast College of Massage Therapy and received her B.Sc. in Kinesiology in 1998.

With her strong foundation in human anatomy and exercise physiology, Kirsty has worked as a fitness instructor, personal trainer, educator and workshop facilitator.

Recognizing that the body and mind work together to maintain balance, Kirsty believes that massage therapy can help to remove any blocks that may compromise the “whole system”. Her special interests include myofascial release and passive stretch techniques. She also offers special instruction on movement therapies including the Pilates method.

Kirsty has been a practicing Registered Massage Therapist (RMT) since 2004. She completed her 300... Read More

Ella is a recent graduate from the Registered Massage Therapy Program at the Kootenay Columbia College of Integrative Health in Nelson B.C. Having a background in competitive gymnastics and her love of recreational sports drove her passion to become a Registered Massage Therapist. Born and raised in the West Kootenays, Ella’s ambition is to give back to her community by facilitating mental and physical well- being, aiding in injury recovery and encouraging a healthy lifestyle.

Appreciating the balance between relaxation and therapeutic methods of massage, Ella is experienced with many different styles of massage therapy. She is able to provide the most effective and appropriate treatment possible for each individual client. Ella is particularly interested in working with athletes. Focusing on maintaining peak performance, injury prevention and aiding in the recovery process post injury so they can get back to doing what they love!

Ella is an active member of The College of Massage Therapists of B.C (CMTBC) and Registered Massage Therapists of B.C (RMTBC).

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Evan graduated from the West Coast College of Massage Therapy in 1994 whereupon he moved to White Rock to open a massage therapy clinic. After 3 years of successfully operating it he moved his clinic to his house and ran a home based clinic with 4 other RMTs for 22 years.

Over the course of years he has trained in many massage modalities but specializes in visceral manipulation through the Barral Institute out of Florida, completing levels VM 1-6 as well teaching assisting for levels 1-4. Visceral manipulation is a very gentle technique that mobilizes the organs which may have a fascial pull or restriction to release the connecting tissue that may be presenting as a pathology elsewhere in the body. It also helps to beak up any scar tissue from surgeries or traumas. Most any physical disfunction can be aided by the use of this technique.

Having just moved to the Kootenays Evan enjoys hiking, snowshoeing teaching meditation classes and listening to his extensive vinyl record collection.

If you think you may benefit or are curious as to whether you may benefit call the clinic to set up a consultation.

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