Jenna graduated top of her class at of the West Coast College of Massage Therapy's Competency-Based Master Level. Jenna's passion for health and wellness began while completing her Bachelor of Health Sciences degree at Simon Fraser University. While at SFU, Jenna was a member of the women's wrestling team, where she became a two-time collegiate national champion, a junior Pan American champion, and a Canadian bronze medalist. Being a high performance athlete has greatly influenced Jenna's treatment style as a sports massage therapist. She uses a variety of techniques including deep tissue massage, trigger point release, joint mobilizations, and PNF stretching. Through her years in practice, Jenna has also discovered a passion for working with pre and post natal woman. She has attended multiple births, providing massage therapy as a natural pain control for women in labour. When she's not in a clinic, you can find Jenna playing tennis, running trails with her dog, and coaching wrestling.
Marissa started her health care career as a body therapist graduating with honors in 2011. After a year of working in a spa, she decided to take her love of healing to the next level, graduating in 2014 from West Coast College of Massage Therapy. Marissa has been working at a multidisciplinary clinic for the last 4 years but is now switching gears and moving her practice to the Fraser Valley. Her wide range of techniques include Trigger point release, Deep Tissue, Fascial Release, Passive/Active Stretching ect. She works with a wide range of patients needs; Motor Vehicle Accidents, sports injuries, pregnancy, chronic pain, Joint replacements, arthritis/bursitis/sprain/strains. Marissa has a passion for travel. When not working she’ll be on her next adventure.
Kristin started her career in massage therapy after graduating as a spa practitioner in 2012. After working in a spa for 2 years, Kristin decided to further her education and enrolled at WCCMT. She graduated from the 2500 hour program in 2016, and has since worked as registered massage therapist. She is knowledgeable in a variety of orthopaedic conditions and has worked with more specialized demographics such as UBC varsity sports teams, Multiple Sclerosis patients, and the elderly population. She has a deep tissue approach, but also uses a variety of treatment methods such as myofascial release, active/passive release, trigger point therapy, Muscle Energy
Technique, and joint mobilizations. Kristin is passionate about patient centered care and creates treatment plans suited to each patient and their goals.
Samantha’s journey in the health care field started in 2013 when she graduated from UFV with her bachelors of Kinesiology. After working as a kinesiologist for 6 years she decided to switch gears and has now graduated from West Coast College of Massage Therapy's Competency-Based Master Level program. Her passion is in helping people live a pain-free mobile life whether that be helping one return from an injury or the aches and pains that come from day to day living. Growing up she could be found playing competitive soccer or fast pitch which influenced her into the career path she has chosen today. Samantha is a certified Level II Fascial stretch therapist and has training in active assisted stretching techniques, soft tissue release and instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization. In addition to those, deep tissue massage, trigger point release, fascial release and joint mobilization are a few other techniques she can use in order to help you achieve your goals. When Samantha is not working you can find her exploring the beautiful back country BC has to offer with her pooch or planning her next excursion as she loves to travel!
Kirsten graduated in December 2017 from The West Coast College of Massage Therapy, and is a member of both The College of Massage Therapists of British Columbia and Registered Massage Therapists Association of British Columbia.
Kirsten's passion for health sciences and her desire to help and care for others is what lead her to pursue a career in the health care field. She starts every treatment with an assessment to create a tailored treatment plan, and uses a variety of techniques such as trigger point release, instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization (IASTM), deep tissue and stretching to help achieve patient goals.
When Kirsten is not working, you can find her in the mountains, making use of all British Columbia has to offer.
Erryn has been practicing Traditional Chinese Medicine for 5 years. She is a registered acupuncturist and a current member with the College of Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioners and Acupuncturists of British Columbia.
Erryn is dedicated to continually furthering her education and honing her expertise. Most recently, she has studied Clinical Application of IV Nutrient Therapy, Pulmonary Diseases, Advanced Anatomy, and Food Sensitivity and Allergy testing.
Historically, Traditional Chinese Medicine was used as a preventative measure, rather than a curative response. Acupuncture has numerous benefits at any point in our lives, not solely in the presence of injury or disease.
Erryn believes in the Holistic Whole Body Approach to keeping you healthy. This is called the Root & Branch Theory. Instead of chasing the symptoms of an illness - The Branch - she looks at the body as a whole, analyzing it to determine The Root cause of your condition. This allows her to customize a treatment plan while you are at the clinic that also follows through at home so you can achieve a healthier, more vibrant life.
Erryn offers acupuncture, acupressure, cupping, auricular (ear acupuncture), gua sha, and laser acupuncture.
Some of the conditions she treats include sleep disorders, stress, anxiety, depression, gastrointestinal issues, gynaecological problems, and pain.
Andrea received her designation of Registered Holistic Nutritionist (RHN) from Canadian School of Natural Nutrition, a national, provincially-regulated school of holistic nutrition. Her passion for improving health through nutrition and lifestyle change stems from her own personal experience with food intolerances and the systemic symptoms she has had since childhood. Andrea’s holistic practice includes not only nutritional guidance, but also lifestyle factors such as stress management, quality of sleep and physical activity. Holistic nutrition is not a one size fits all methodology. Each program is individually tailored to each client considering not just one aspect of that person’s life but a multitude of aspects including past health history, emotional and physical health, current eating and lifestyle habits and family situations. So many health conditions and concerns can benefit from nutritional and lifestyle changes including but not limited to allergies, skin conditions, hormone imbalances, depression and anxiety, PMS and menopause symptoms, autoimmune conditions, blood sugar and gastrointestinal problems. When Andrea is not working with clients, she loves spending time with her family, traveling, continuing her education through reading and coursework, and being on the water either paddling with her competitive dragon boat team or kayaking with her partner. Andrea looks forward to guiding her clients to make positive choices on the path to better health.