Tamara has been a registered massage therapist since 1997. She is a graduate from the WestCoast College of Massage Therapy in Vancouver, and opened the Westshore Massage Therapy Clinic in 1999.
BILLS TO: BLUE CROSS, ICBC, VAC, RCMP
Shena graduated in 2002 from the 3000 hour program at the Westcoast College of Massage Therapy in Victoria and is the co-owner of the Westshore Massage Therapy Clinic. Her passion for women's health and pre-natal care specifically has led her to advance her training in pre and post-natal massage therapy and exercise instruction, infant massage, and become a DONA trained birth Doula. Shena enjoys supporting women in their journey towards motherhood and helping them experience ease in their bodies and minds throughout pregnancy and the postpartum period.
Shena enjoys helping people at every stage of life providing preventative and remedial care. She has a holistic approach and considers the physical, mental, spiritual and social needs of her patients in an effort to provide personalized treatments and recommendations for improved wellness. She customizes her treatments for the unique needs of each person using a variety of modalities including swedish massage, trigger point therapy, joint mobilization, myofascial release, stretching and CranioSacral therapy .
Through practical and personal experience Shena has witnessed the effectiveness of massage and craniosacral therapy to stimulate the body's own corrective mechanisms and bring deep relaxation and finds joy in each opportunity to facilitate the healing process.
BILLS TO: ICBC, VAC, RCMP, BLUE CROSS, select TELUS eHealth insurers, GREENSHIELD, Empire Life
Since graduating from the West Coast College of Massage Therapy in 2002, Kate has worked in a variety of environments from clinics and spas to marathons and sports events. With every client she integrates these work experiences to provide an effective and individualized treatment plan. Whether your aim is rehabilitation or preventative care, relaxation or deep tissue, Kate can help you achieve your goals.
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Allison is a registered massage therapist who is passionate about facilitating the body’s innate healing potential through manual therapy. She received her initial training at the Vancouver College of Massage Therapy and graduated from the 3000 hour program in 2011.The main focus of her practice is to address the root cause of postural dysfunction and injury and aims to restore functional alignment and mobility through: deep listening, assessment, treatment and homecare. Treatment modalities include: Myofascial Release, Neuro-muscular release, Osteopathic techniques, Muscle energy techniques, cranio-sacral, visceral manipulation among others. She believes in the ability for massage to offer deep healing and self discovery- supporting a more balanced nervous system and empowered embodiment. In addition to massage therapy, Allison is a DONA trained Doula, energy medicine practitioner through the four winds and a yoga teacher. When not working Allison enjoys hiking, singing, painting, drumming, dancing and gardening. She feels very privileged to be able to serve the Langford community through Westshore.
BILLS TO: VAC, RCMP
Chelsea graduated from the WestCoast College of Massage Therapy in 2010. She enjoys the variety of clientele that she works with including those seeking treatments during pregnancy, for tension headaches, desk job related aches and pains, chronic injuries, and those recovering from a motor vehicle accident. A special interest is shown for individuals with cervical spine discomfort, TMJ dysfunction and rotator cuff injuries.
Chelsea empowers her clients to be proactive and take charge of their own health and well-being, and believes that preventative massage therapy plays a vital role in maintaing good health. She will address your individual concerns and provide treatments tailored to your specific needs.
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Danielle is a graduate of the 3000 hour program at The West Coast College of Massage Therapy in Vancouver. During her time at school she had the opportunity to participate in many different training avenues of massage, one being high risk pregnancy outreach at BC Women's Hospital. It was during her time here that Danielle had the honour of massaging her first woman in labour, and where she had the unique privilege and opportunity to treat many different pregnant women with a spectrum of complications and illnesses. Danielle’s passion for supporting women during the childbearing years was born here. Since graduating in 2012 Danielle has taken extensive training in pregnancy massage, complicated pregnancies including multiples, therapeutic breast massage, post c-section scar tissue mobilization and therapeutic abdominal massage. She is a certified paediatric massage therapist through Tina Allen’s Little Kids Foundation and in the past has loved working with little ones. Danielle has also completed the Dona Doula training and has been a part time doula for the last 8 years.
Danielle is honoured to be able to provide support and encouragement to women throughout their experience getting pregnant, pregnancy, labour and delivery. She continues to be amazed by the miracle of birth and the strength of women and their partners. Experiences that continue to fuel her passion for knowledge and continued learning to better support her clients. Although her passion is in women's health, Danielle is trained in providing many avenues of registered massage therapy. This includes treating an array of disorders including and not limited to: tension headaches, migraines, repetitive strain injuries, stress-related conditions, and other common issues such as postural dysfunction, general back tension, and insomnia. She supports her clients using a variety of techniques including swedish massage, myofascial release, scar tissue mobilization, trigger point therapy, joint mobilization, stretching, home care , and hydrotherapy.
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Emily has been a massage therapist since 2008, graduating from the West Coast College of Massage Therapy. She also attended Douglas College and graduated with a diploma in Sports Science.
Erin graduated from the West Coast College of Massage Therapy in Victoria, BC in 2020. With a background in dance, she has always had a passion for human movement and anatomy. Erin has experience working with individuals with soft tissue injuries, stress and anxiety, headaches, postural dysfunctions and many chronic health conditions. She uses a variety of techniques in her treatments, including Swedish massage, myofascial release, Trigger Point Therapy, joint mobilizations, range of motion and stretching. Erin believes in the importance of patient-centred care and uses this approach in her practice to meet your individual goals.
Jennifer graduated from WCCMT in Vancouver and has been practicing full time since 1997. She grew up in Shawnigan Lake and started her career in Mill Bay. She currently owns a successful clinic downtown Vancouver but is looking forward to moving back to the Island to be closer to family. Jennifer's treatment style is moderate to deep tissue work though she develops a treatment plan for each client that is specific to their individual needs. She welcomes treating a wide range of issues such as repetitive strain issues, TMJ disfunction, headaches/migraines, sciatica, rotator cuff and sports injuries. Jennifer enjoys assisting clients in their physical journey as they take on a lifestyle change, increased activity or sports related goals.
Guinness is our 10 year old resident therapy dog and has been gracing our clinic with his calming presence and greeting patients with unconditional love since he was a puppy. By example he teaches us the value of deep rest, being present, and stretching.
Nicole's approach to manual therapy is rooted in the belief that our bodies have the innate ability to heal themselves and that if we listen to our tissues, we can support that process through appropriate treatment.
Nicole graduated from the Okanagan Valley College of Massage Therapy in 2016 and has since completed her Manual Lymphatic Drainage (MLD) and Combined Decongestive Therapy (CDT) certifications through the Dr. Vodder Institute. Treating patients with conditions such as; lymphedema, acute injury (swelling, bruising, and whiplash), as well as preparing tissue for and encouraging recovery from various surgeries. Her continued interest in the body's working systems has led her to study at the Canadian College of Osteopathy-Manual Practitioners in Vancouver where she is currently a third-year student in a five-year program. Nicole enjoys helping people reach their therapeutic goals and finds that remarkable results are readily achievable with thorough assessment and treatment planning. The techniques she uses include but are not limited to: myofascial release, joint mobilization, neuromuscular techniques, therapeutic exercise, craniosacral, visceral (organ) manipulation, muscle energy therapy, and MLD.While Nicole's "free time" involves a lot of studying, she still finds time to get outside and enjoy camping, hiking, skiing, and small wilderness adventures.
BILLS TO: BLUE CROSS, VAC, RCMP