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Massage therapy treatment has a therapeutic effect on the body and optimizes health and well-being.   By acting on the muscular, nervous and circulatory systems physical function can be developed, maintained and improved.  Physical dysfunction and pain and the effects of stress can be relieved or prevented with the use of massage therapy.  Massage therapy consists primarily of hands-on manipulation of the soft tissues of the body for the purpose of optimizing health.


We direct bill to most Extended Health companies.

We are currently no accepting ICBC and WSBC Clients


Craniosacral Therapy (CST) has a profound effect on the bodily system responsible for relaxation, the parasympathetic system. CST works directly on the nervous system to reestablish the natural rhythm of the cerebral spinal fluid (CSF) through gentle touch of the cranium, sacrum and other areas of the spine. The CSF is responsible for the nourishment, waste management, and protection of the brain and the spine. A healthy craniosacral rhythm means a healthier nervous system. Relieving tension in the central nervous system promotes a feeling of well-being by eliminating pain and boosting health and immunity.


CST is recommended for people suffering from headaches, migraines, concussions, insomnia, fibromyalgia and for anyone ready to try something new that might bring a new insight into your journey towards healing.


We direct bill to most Extended Health companies.

We are currently no accepting ICBC and WSBC Clients

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Dawna Miller

Dawna is a graduate of Langara College's RMT program, class of 2023, and is driven by a deep interest in alternative therapies and a firm belief in the body's innate healing abilities. As an RMT, her passion extends to assisting those managing chronic pain, stress, mental health challenges, and women's health.



She approaches her practice with a holistic perspective, recognizing the unique needs of each client. Her goal is to meet individuals where they are, crafting personalized treatment plans to foster health and wellness. Some of the techniques you can expect to experience in a treatment with Dawna include, Swedish massage, myofascial release, trigger point release, crainosacral therapy and visceral manipulation.


Beyond the treatment room, you can find Dawna expanding her education through continuing education course, exploring the outdoors, camping, and creating lasting memories with her family. Join her on a journey towards optimal well-being, where each step is tailored to your unique path to health.

Please note that Dawna is not accepting ICBC or WSBC clients.

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Amara Cormack


Amara is a Body Work Therapist who graduated from Vancouver School of Healing Arts.

Amara uses a variety of modalities, including; relaxation, hot stone, joint release and deep tissue techniques to curate a unique massage for each client. She enjoys health and wellness in the mind, and body. She strives to create a safe, calm space to help your body relax.

When not at work Amara enjoys the outdoors, and can be seen frequently on the mountain either biking or hiking. 

Please note that Amara cannot be direct billed to extended health plans.

She does not accept ICBC or WSBC Clients.

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Ben Giesbrecht


Ben started his career as an RMT in December of 2019, he approaches healthcare in a holistic manner and strives to integrate a clinical, outcome based approach with an intuitive understanding of the body. His dad, who is a chiropractor, introduced him to holistic healthcare from an early age and his interest grew from there.


Ben incorporates a variety of modalities in his practice including but not limited to; Swedish massage, joint mobilizations, trigger point release, myofascial and deep tissue work. He strives to keep learning and expanding his knowledge of massage therapy and is eager to expand into other techniques in the future. In addition, Ben enjoys fitness, meditation and understanding mental health and views these things as integral parts of his life.

Please note that Ben is not accepting ICBC or WSBC clients.

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Travis Vandergaag


Travis graduated from the University of the Fraser Valley with a Kinesiology degree in 2014, and from the Vancouver College of Massage Therapy in 2017. He has continued his studies, focusing on understanding pain, why we feel pain, and how we can help manage it.


Travis has always had a passion to help others, and this career has allowed him to do that every day. He uses a variety of techniques in his treatments; each person is unique and the treatment techniques vary depending on the patients needs and goals.


He finds lots of value in exercise and movement for his patients but also for himself. In his spare time you can find Travis most likely on his mountain bike or hiking, snowboarding, camping, swimming in the lakes, and enjoying anything else our beautiful area has to offer!

Please note that Travis is not accepting ICBC or WSBC clients.

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Stephanie Witty

Stephanie Witty, Registered Massage Therapist.  She is a graduate from the Vancouver College of Massage Therapy.


Stephanie enjoys learning and continuing to develop her skills to better help her clients. She uses a variety of therapeutic techniques, including; Craniosacral Therapy (CST), Swedish Relaxation, Muscle Energy, Myofacial Release and Light Stretching.


When Stephanie is not at work she loves the outdoors. She enjoys hiking, swimming, yoga, camping and spending time with family and friends. 

Please note that Stephanie is not accepting ICBC or WSBC clients.

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Taylor Logan


At a young age, she remembers being interested in massage through her auntie, who was taking a course at the time, and from there her curiosity only stemmed. Throughout school, she was always an avid learner enjoying sciences, maths and playing team sports. However, later in life found a deeper enjoyment in inquiring to slow down and notice how the body and mind are connected.


Therefore, this led her to dive into yoga as a dedicated student, and proved to be very helpful in her personal life, aiding to give her the tools to be more aware, less reactive and more kind to herself. To deepen her knowledge even further, she completed her Yoga Teacher Training (YTT) in Costa Rica of 2018, with the intention to share this practice with others and allow more people to find the peace that yoga brings her.


The marriage of yoga and massage happened organically when Taylor took a Yin Yoga Training, further learning about the muscles, fascia and holding patterns of the body and realized how much she enjoyed diving into the anatomy of the human body in this YTT. Taylor treats each human being as a dynamic individual, looking into their particular needs and listening to their goals. She enjoys and feels honoured in being part of someone’s path to become more connected to their body, mind and soul and aid in facilitating someone’s healing journey.

Please note that Taylor is not accepting ICBC or WSBC clients.


Felicia Giesbrecht



Felicia's journey into the health and wellness field began over ten years ago as a personal trainer. 

Throughout those years she developed the belief that wellness was more than about the physical body, and to achieve overall wellness the mind and spirt aspects must be taken into consideration too. This belief is what lead her to further her education towards taking a more holistic approach to her client’s well-being, graduating from CSNN as a Holistic Nutritionist in 2013 and completing her Reiki Second Degree in 2018. 


On a more personal level, Felicia became a mom to a baby girl in 2011.  Her girl is her biggest inspiration to continuously move forward to be the best version of herself. Eventually, this inspiration led her to train herself and others for various fitness events like, Femsport, and Tough Mudder. 


While all these experiences contributed to her decision to pursue a career in massage therapy, a close look into her dear friend's journey with cancer played a substantial role in this final decision. During that time, she witnessed many health care professionals cross her friend's path, however, the effects the massage therapist had on her friend’s well-being were most memorable.  It was during these appointments that her friend experienced the longest periods of momentary mental peace and physical relief.  Witnessing this ignited in Felicia an even deeper passion to support others along their health and wellness journey.

Please note that Felicia is not accepting ICBC or WSBC clients

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