PETER LIMRegistered Massage Therapist & Manual Osteopath
Peter graduated from the 3000 hour RMT program at West Coast College of Massage Therapy and has been practicing since 2009. During the 3-year program, he discovered that his greatest interest was in Sports and Orthopedic care. In his practice, he treats a variety of acute and chronic injuries with people at different levels of activity, and at various stages of their lives. His goal is to always encourage people to move pain free. During treatments, Peter assesses movement patterns and mobilizes tissue in order to improve range of motion. Assessing and reassessing areas during treatment are an important part of the treatment because it gives him and the patient a glimpse of how things are improving.
Peter has taken continuing education courses such as RockTape: FMT Movement & Mobility Specialist, FMT basic & advanced, and FMT blades & blades advanced, Soft Tissue Release and Rapid NeuroFascial Reset. Courses like these have evolved his treatment style to encourage the patient’s body to move pain free.
Peter does direct billings for massage therapy with most insurance companies but unfortunately does not do any direct billings with ICBC or WCB. Currently, he is not accepting new patients that have not been to the clinic before.
As a Manual Osteopath, Peter has been practicing since 2016. He uses soft tissue manipulation in many different ways to evaluate and treat the condition. Fascia is a type of connective tissue that connects all the body’s structures at the superficial and deep levels. Peter can evaluate the fascia to find areas of tightness, and then use soft tissue manipulation to help lengthen and decrease tension of the fascia to help properly maintain balance. Treating just the soft tissue sometimes may not be enough, but to also treat the joints can be helpful. Using arthrokinetic stretching to joints can help maintain joint health and function. Using other tools such as low level laser therapy (AKA cold laser therapy), ultrasound and even electrical stimulation, he can treat many musculoskeletal conditions.
Currently, Peter is a member of the National Manual Osteopathic Society (NMOS), and because of the caliber of training required by NMOS, the following insurance companies recognize NMOS members. Canada Life, Green Shield Canada, Manulife Financial, Sun Life, Desjardins Insurance, Cowan Insurance Group, and Pacific Blue Cross. Please check your individual extended medical plans for specific coverages.
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Born in Asia and raised in the lower mainland for the past 30 years, I have a broad knowledge and appreciation for everything that the body has to offer.
As a graduate of Vancouver College Massage Therapy 3000 hours RMT program in 2009, I have an extensive background in customer service and an excellent track record of referrals of satisfied and repeat patients. I have proven that I am hardworking, reliable, passionate, a problem solver and a good listener. I strive to build lasting relationships, professionally, with every patient's best interest in mind.
My focus is a whole body approach with a hint of a spa-like flare. I am aware that massage therapy can sometimes be painful but be assured that I will use all the tools necessary and available to make you feel comfortable and relax as much as possible.
Amy is a Registered Massage Therapist living in Vancouver who loves helping people understand their bodies.
She graduated from the 3000hr program at West Coast College of Massage therapy in New West. Education is a large part of her treatments as long as clients are willing to learn.
She also loves working with women during the entire pregnancy process and post partum recovery period. Clients as early as 1 day post delivery have been supported with massage therapy treatments as long as there are no complications needing medical attention.
Amy spends time with her family outdoors as much as possible exploring our beautiful city and hopes to travel again soon. Amy has 2 daughters 4 and 9 months and they both keeps her on her toes daily as kids do.
Her background is Vietnamese and is obsessed with all things food!
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Florence began her studies of traditional Chinese massage and bodywork in October 2002. Her passions for bodywork stem from an interest in complementary and alternative medicine and continue her study in the registered massage therapy program.
She treats both acute and chronic traumatic injuries as well as muscle imbalance and postural dysfunction. Lots of skillful techniques such as soft tissue manipulation and fascia or connecting tissues release to break down scar tissues, increase range of motion and decrease pain. Precise trigger points are pressed on the body to release large muscle groups from strain and tension. Applying soft tissue release and joint mobilizations to restore and improve the quality of the joint movement itself as well as muscle fibers to be loosened.
She ensures that the clients are receiving the treatment they need in order to relieve any pain and discomfort they are experiencing. Currently am accepting new clients with direct billing and MSP. Not accepting claims for work safe and ICBC.