Clo Nickel



Clo began a career in mental health after writing about her own struggles with an anxiety disorder and publishing the book Anxiety's Inner Voice in 2010. The anxiety and depression she wrote about in her book, drove her to find the path to her own successful healing through the skills of cognitive reframing, emotional self-acceptance, and mindful self-compassion.

Since then, Clo furthered her education to become a Registered Professional Counsellor and has gained over 6 year’s experience in both group and individual counselling.  During this time, Clo has been profoundly honored to witness and help guide her clients to not only heal, but thrive and grow into their authentic selves. Her therapeutic approach is person-centered, warm, compassionate, and uniquely understanding. In addition to treating most mental health concerns, she also specialize in the treatment of anxiety disorders. The clinical modalities Clo draws on to create a tailored treatment plan for each individual include: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy, and Mindfulness.


Sumit Paul Singh

Sumit Paul Singh is registered with the College of Registered Manual Osteopaths. Note, Sumit is not a registrant of the College of Physicians and Surgeons of BC. He has completed his manual osteopathy course from the National Academy of Osteopathy in Toronto. He has worked as a senior physiotherapist for more than 10 years back home in India, has owned various physiotherapy centers, and worked as a sports physiotherapist for the various associations of field hockey, football (soccer), cricket. He acted as a state coordinator of physiotherapy clinics in Punjab, Haryana, and Chandigarh for Help Age India (NGO for senior Citizen). He holds a vast experience working with all age groups from infants to the geriatric population.

He is also a part of Osteopathy Chronic Pain Clinics of Canada OCPCC. He is now a Register Manual Osteopathic practitioner.

He is trained in cranio-sacral therapy and visceral manipulation. He is flexible, a good listener, and always treats with a one on one patient-centered approach, with individual treatment session and exercises. He is also a certified instructor of yoga, pilates, cardio kickboxing, aerobics, and diabetic educator.

He loves to spend his quality time with his wife and daughter. He enjoys watching movies, going on long drives and adventurous trips.

Andrew Izbicki

As a Registered Clinical Counsellor (RCC), Andrew is excited to work with individuals and couples towards transformative change and growth. With over twenty years experience in community mental health practice; he brings compassion, sensitivity and knowledge to the therapeutic conversation. For the last ten years he also clinically supervised a team of clinicians (counsellors, social workers and nurses) who provided individual and group therapy. Andrew is passionate about relationships, mental health concerns, stress and issues affecting men. Andrew incorporates the Satir Model, Solution Focused Therapy, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Gottman Method and Existential Therapy into his practice.

Rose Blaich

Rose first found her passion for Nutrition and Wellness when she had her first daughter.  Rose was struggling to help her daughter with digestive issues, she was eventually diagnosed with Celiac disease.  Rose wanted to be able to help other parents to navigate through all the confusion.  To show them the easy way by teaching them what she had learned.  Rose graduated as a Registered Holistic Nutritionist in July 2017.  2 days after receiving her diploma, Rose was diagnosed with Stage 3 Breast Cancer.  During her healing journey, she continued to further her education through practice.  It was this experience that taught Rose what she needed to know to help others.  During this time she became a Reiki Master and a Thetahealer.  Rose believes that you must heal yourself in order to help others to heal.  Currently Rose is studying immunology and herbalism to further expand her knowledge base.

Stephanie Reymerink

Stephanie is a registered acupuncturist and a registered nurse with specific interest and skill in chronic and acute pain conditions and mental health. After completing her studies at the Canadian College of Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine in Victoria, BC in 2010 she went on to expand her skill with an internship at Heart & Hands Community Acupuncture. Her studies have continued with a variety of health and wellness related seminars and courses including Jin Shin Do Facial Acupressure , Tui Na Massage, TCM Diet Therapy, Ohm Therapeutics Sound Healing and German Auricular Medicine.


Stephanie has specialty training and a focus in Auricular Acupuncture. The entire physical, neurological and emotional body is reflected and can be accessed via acupuncture points on the ear. Pain is experienced in the brain and if pain signals continue unchecked longterm, it can result in changes to the central nervous system which may lead to a chronic pain syndrome. Auricular acupuncture is used to interrupt pain pathways and send a corrective message. Acupuncture points can stimulate an analgesic and anti-inflammatory effect, regulate emotions, and promote the body’s innate ability to find balance.

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!

Tanja Tomlinson


Tanja is a Reflexologist and a master level Usui Reiki practitioner and teacher. Within her sessions, she helps create a safe, peaceful, and comfortable environment for her clients. As a Reiki teacher, she is honored to teach the ancient healing art to those drawn to it. Tanja brings a solid knowledge base of the human body and health conditions with her twelve-year background in nursing, and this helps her quickly understand any health challenges her clients may be facing. Her work and life experiences have illuminated the importance of holistic self-care to discover a true state of serenity and balance in the mind, body, and spirit. Tanja is passionate about natural healing and is enthusiastic to empower and support her clients on their own wellness journeys through Reiki and reflexology. 

If your health care plan includes or partially covers Reflexology, sessions with Tanja will be covered.   Tanja is also a member in good standing with the Canadian Reiki Association.   

Georgette Metcalfe

Georgette has a background in biotensegrity, therapeutic movement, nervous system awareness, interconnections with the body’s many systems, and the body’s cellular community.  She is one of the first and of a small handful of PEMF providers trained specifically to operate the PEMF-120 device. She is also the first non-family member to be trained by Sean Dillon of pemfit.ca. She is a certified Live/Dark Field Blood Analyst with educational experience in Nutritional Microscopy.

Georgette owned/operated Tadasana Wellness in Pemberton, BC for many years where her holistic modalities supported a large and dynamic clientele base. To this day, she is often called upon for advice from fellow trainees in PEMF therapy.

Candice Baldwin

Candice’s natural curiosity about her own healing from injuries and trauma lead her to 20+ year yoga practice. This enthusiasm to learn and serve others on their healing journey lead her to pursue her life as a yoga teacher and yoga therapist, while her African ancestry and autism has made her passionate about calling in the BIPOC and neurodivergent communities.


She is a 500 RYT, 200hr Himalayan Kriya Yoga teacher, Swing Yoga teacher, and Yoga Therapist  (C-IAYT). Her approach in yoga therapy is building a practice around the needs of the people she serves, working with visually impaired peoples, 50+ population and people living with injuries, trauma, neurodivergence and chronic illness.

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. 

Over those eight years she learned her most valuable lessons of leadership, and most importantly the value of teamwork.


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.

Jessica Bergunder

Jessica is a Registered Holistic Nutritionist, owner of Harvest Nutrition, holistic chef, YTT300, personal trainer, nature lover and foodie at heart.

 Upon completing her Natural Nutrition Diploma at CSNN, she knew she wanted to bring together her mindfulness approach to life and her passion for nutrition to create a nutrition coaching philosophy that is grounded in teaching individuals a basic life skill ~ nourishing their body, mind, and soul.  Her goal is to encourage, educate, and equip individuals for life with the hands-on food skills to make healthy eating the easier choice.   During her studies, Jessica delved deeper into specific areas such as mental health and the direct connection between our gut and our brain, our sleep cycles and how they affect our overall health and wellbeing, allergies and sensitivities and how they correlate to our mental and physical health as well as inflammation throughout our body.  

Shortly after she graduated, Jessica volunteered at different schools to teach children how to grow their own food as well as how to make the right choices to nourish their bodies.  She believes that these are skills when taught young, will last a lifetime.

Let Jessica's passion for mindfulness and nutrition help guide you on your journey to enhancing your health and wellbeing.  

Melissa English

Melissa is a Holistic Nutritionist and Personal Trainer.  Her love of grocery shopping nicely supplements her keen interest of experimenting in the kitchen and is always looking for new ways to fuel and move her body.  She has lived in Chilliwack for most of her life, and not only enjoys the community but also all it has to offer to terms of locally grown, easily accessible, healthy food.  

She is enthusiastic about nutrition and can trace this passion back to the age of 18 when she was working through the peak of an eating disorder.  She realized that she did not know anything about food or nutrition and that without learning more about those topics that she would not be able to support herself and feel better.  That moment in time spurred her curiosity, and she just could not learn enough.  She experimented tirelessly and learned about different, new-to-her foods and new body movements that made her body feel good.  It was a process as she learned to approach food in a new way; a way where food supported and provided fuel for her life, and not a way where food powered and perpetuated a disorder.  

As a start, she obtained her personal training certification.   Soon after, she realized that food is an integral part of the movement and she headed down the path to becoming a holistic nutritionist.  The ultimate goal is to combine nutrition with movement to better support the body. 

Stephanie Witty

Stephanie 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 in her daily practice, including; Craniosacral Therapy (CST), Swedish Relaxation Massage, Muscle Energy Technique, Myofacial Release and Light Stretching. Each patient is given an individualized treatment plan with the goal to provide pain relief, relaxation and a feeling of increased wellbeing. When Stephanie is not at work she is exploring nature. She enjoys hiking, yoga, camping and spending time with family and friends.

Please note that Stepahnie is not accepting ICBC or WSBC 

Gagandeep Watts

Gagandeep Watts is a Registered Manual Osteopathic Practitioner, Graduated from the National Academy of Osteopathy. He has practiced physiotherapy for more than 10 years in his home country India. He worked as a senior physiotherapist and owned many centers in India. He provided his valuable services in multiple areas of practice. Sports injuries were his specialization.  He has worked in the field of soccer and cricket. He is an expert in treating Musculoskeletal related conditions, in performing Muscle Energy Techniques, soft tissue release, Craniosacral therapy, Visceral Manipulation and Concussion Management. He has worked with a population of all ages. 


His therapy includes :


Muscle Energy Techniques, Craniosacral Therapy, Visceral Manipulation, Concussion Management, Depression & Stress Management, Sleep disorders Management, Chronic Pain Management, Osteopathic Massage, Temporomandibular Joint Manipulation, Trigger Point Release, Trigger point taping techniques, Myofascial Release, Vacuum cupping therapy

to join our team of practitioners please email info@wellingtonnaturalhealth.ca 

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