Currently not accepting new clients and will be on maternity leave from June 2020-January 2021
Jamie is no stranger to injuries or pain. With a strong background in athletics, she became a registered massage therapist after a series of falls and sports mishaps left her with soft tissue injuries. It was during her recovery that she discovered the healing benefits of massage therapy and began pursuing a career as an RMT.
Jamie has been practicing as a registered massage therpist since 2008, after receiving her diploma from West Coast College of Massage Therapy. She has built a strong practice using deep tissue, myofascial release, trigger point therapy and mobilization techniques, helping return the body to its optimal state. Jamie has experience in treating acute and chronic overuse injuries, sports rehabilitation, pre- and post-natal, and injuries incurred from long hours working at a desk. She established The Treatment Room in 2013.
When she’s not at the clinic, Jamie spends her time practicing yoga, snowboarding, traveling, diving and maintaining her status as a fair weather runner.
With this in mind she uses a variety of techniques including myofascial release, trigger point therapy, joint mobilizations, Swedish relaxation, and stretching to tailor her treatments to each individual.
She believes that therapeutic massage can benefit the body in its optimal state as well as through all the stages of its healing process and is passionate about assisting her patients with whatever their wellness goals might be.
From kickboxing to downhill skiing, Leanne’s enthusiasm for athletics of all types drove her to pursue a career in massage therapy. She also has a special interest in work related repetitive stress injuries and in women’s health, from pregnancy to menopause.
Prior to joining The Treatment Room, Leanne worked in Whistler focusing on winter sport recovery and injury prevention. She has experience treating acute and chronic conditions related to a range of activites including strength training, volleyball, endurance running and competitive dance.
Leanne believes that anyone can be considered an athlete, regardless of fitness level or experience, and is also respectful of the athlete’s drive to get back to training as quickly as possible.
Health, wellness and an active lifestyle have always been a huge part of Natalie’s life. Aside from holding her RMT Diploma from West Coast College of Massage Therapy, she has achieved certificates in Coaching Gymnastics, Yoga and Barre Fitness. With a diverse background in fitness, health and wellness – Natalie has a vast understanding of the human body.
Natalie’s experience includes work with pre and post-natal women, soft tissue injuries, Parkinson’s, Multiple Sclerosis, seniors, end of life care and many desk job relevant cases. Through experience working with a wide range of people, Natalie’s hands have become versatile and able to adapt to her client’s needs including deep tissue therapy.
Growing up as a competitive dancer, Sydney developed a fascination with the movement of the human body. She came to realize that the integrated system of the mind, body and breath were the surest route to balance. She was drawn to the Spa Therapy Program at the Vancouver School of Bodywork and Massage where she learned the value of massage in creating that system of balance in the body.
Sydney has found fulfillment in her ability to help others. She constantly sought ways to build on her skills and to expand her knowledge of anatomy and treatment modalities, especially after a season as bodyworker for a Heli Ski Lodge. She then pursued and completed the intensive Registered Massage Therapy Program at Vancouver College of Massage Therapy.
Sydney’s treatments are personally attuned to each individual’s needs. She uses fluid, dynamic and integrative methods that focus on a collaboration with the patient while drawing on a variety of Swedish and deep tissue techniques including deep flow, Myofascial release, joint mobilization, trigger point and neuromuscular therapy.
Rachel’s career in massage therapy stemmed from her passion for science, art, and living an active lifestyle. Rachel strives to assist her patients in achieving balance in their lives by taking the time to listen to and understand their specific goals and needs.
Her clinical science skills help her determine the best course of action while her flow and creativity allow for both a tranquil and relaxing session.
Upon graduating from the West Coast College of Massage Therapy, Rachel spent three weeks volunteering at the Pan American Games in Toronto which allowed her to work with athletes at an Olympic level. Her knowledge of anatomy and physiology has also helped her athletic endeavours in the world of jiu-jitsu and competing as a regional bikini athlete with the CPA.
Outside of work, Rachel can be found behind the lens of her camera, exploring both near and far mountaintops, and practicing her frisbee throw with her Australian Shepherd, Luna.
Amy is a graduate from Okanagan Valley College of Massage Therapy in Vernon, BC, and has been practicing since 2014. Her approach to massage therapy stems from an in depth understanding of the musculoskeletal system and a desire to educate clients in the cultivation of wellness. Her passion to see people heal along with her positive outlook, fuels her desire to always be learning. Keeping in mind that no two people are the same, she treats each client with the specific treatment that is individual to their needs.
Amy uses a variety of techniques during her treatments, with a primary focus on deep tissue, neuromuscular therapy and myofascial release.
In her free time, you can find her climbing mountains with her dog, doing yoga or cycling around town.
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