I very excited to be starting this weekend at Vitality Treatment Centre in Victoria!
I will be working Saturdays and Sundays 9am -5pm. Check out the clinic info page for all you need to know or go ahead and click on the image above BOOK NOW to make an appointment. For the month August I will be working Thursday Mornings 9am -2pm.
I am happy to be moving back to Victoria to continue my practice in massage therapy.
Where and When TBA shortly.
I am very excited to be starting July 3rd at Yaletown Massage Therapy!
To book appointments online for July please visit Yaletown massage or
call 604 688 8601. I will be available Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays.
This is Gil Hedley’s interesting and articulate speech on fascia. I highly recommend watching it, but please be warned that it does show images from a human dissection. This video is really informative and surprisingly amusing, I love it.
As of Sept. 1st 2011 I will no longer be offering the student rate. Please refer to the student network for participating RMT’s. Thank you for your support.
Neil Pearson’s three video presentations on chronic pain are a real eye opener. With surprising stories, he provides some of the latest research on chronic pain. He enlightens us on how to encourage change in our nervous systems to reduce pain and clearly explains how our nervous systems prioritize, process, and adapt to information over time.
I recommend listening to these videos while you’re stretching – or at any point, really. As Neil frequently reminds us, it is always a good idea to stop and take a deep breath in and out (with a smile).
Poke is a community acupuncture clinic located on Broadway near Main St. Community acupuncture is not a new concept in China or Portland Oregon, but it’s a totally innovative concept in health care in Vancouver. Poke charges $20 to $40 per treatment with a one-time paperwork fee of $10. The opportunity to pay what you can enables people to receive regular treatments when necessary and it also means that it’s accessible for people who wouldn’t normally be able to afford acupuncture treatments. All of the people who work at Poke are registered acupuncturists. I recommend it highly — you can pull up a Lazy Boy chair, receive your treatment, maybe take a nap, and enjoy the great decor.