Lan’s passion for massage began when she worked as a medical interpreter. Having witnessed terminal patients gone through grief, fear, loneliness, and desperation, she was determined to make a difference. Lan graduated in 2015 as an RMT from West Coast College of Massage Therapy. She is a very intuitive therapist with a strong base of understanding and knowledge of working with the body and mind, to maximize the healing process. >Lan customizes her treatments specific to the patients’ needs by incorporating various techniques including Swedish massage, dermo neuromodulation, myofascial manipulation, active release, muscle energy technique, joint mobilization with hot/cold therapeutic stone massage. Lan believes that the combination of different massage methods empowers her to resolve the root cause of patients’ problems. On recognizing that most of today’s fatal diseases may be the consequence of long-term stress or unhealthy lifestyles, Lan is committed to diversifying her skills to treating and educating patients to take back control of their health.
Megan graduated from Vancouver College of Massage Therapy and has a passion to help others. Her primary goal is to help people improve their quality of life through pain and stress management by using a variety of massage techniques such as trigger point release, stretching, myofascial release, joint play and Swedish massage. She is compassionate and ready to listen to her clients as they share their concerns regarding their health. Megan’s previous clients have included those in all ages and stages of life including but not limited to people with chronic pain, pregnant mothers, athletes, seniors, special needs and recovering addicts. Megan looks forward to meeting you and assisting you in reaching your health potential.
Magdalena completed the Massage Therapy Program through the Vancouver College of Massage Therapy.Before coming to Canada she completed her studies in Germany and became a registered Physiotherapist in 2007. She worked in a Pulmonary Clinic for 3 years in Germany and for 6 years in a Nursing Home & Senior Living Group in Switzerland. Her background as a physiotherapist and working with patients who have respiratory distress, neurological disorders and dementia has given her an established knowledge for her treatments. In her treatments she uses a variety of techniques, such as active release techniques, joint mobilizations, trigger point release and myofascial release.She devotes herself to help you return to functional activities of daily life.