Meagan is passionate about movement, connection, and a balanced lifestyle. She works with each client's individual needs to help them continue to perform activities that bring them purpose and happiness in everyday life.
With a strong background in the physical practice of yoga, you can expect that you will talk about how adding this movement practice to your massage therapy routine is an accessible and important part of creating more freedom, less pain, and a sense of coming home to your body.
Glen has been in private practice as a Registered Massage Therapist for over 30 years. He has been an Instructor at the West Coast College of Massage Therapy and the Sutherland Chan College of Massage Therapy as well as serving as the Vice-President of the Association of Physiotherapists and Massage Practitioners of BC. He is a member of The Registered Massage Therapy Association of BC and The College of Massage Therapists of BC.
In addition to his Massage Therapy practice, Glen is also Certified as a Hakomi Therapist and Teacher.
Having travelled extensively around the world, Glen is working on writing a series of short travel stories. Glen performs with the group Mystic Journey which showcases the Middle Eastern Sufi poetry of Rumi and Hafiz in Victoria, BC.
For more information about Glen and what he offers, please visit his website
Julie has been practicing Massage Therapy for 7 years and the love she feels for her practice keeps growing. Her approach varies from client to client, dependant on what she can intuitively pick up from the body. She takes special interest in assisting the nervous system to “drop” in order to regain equilibrium through the many layers of the body.
Julie’s skill set and overall philosophy is in a constant state of expansion and has training in Cranial-Sacral Therapy, Applied Somatics as well as her 500h Yoga Teacher Training.
Outside of work, you can catch Julie in nature; hiking, paddle boarding, running, snowboarding or on the mat, doing Yoga.
Kim has been practicing massage for over five years. Within her practice she has worked with a variety of people and conditions; from athletes to children, with patients presenting with acute/chronic injuries such as TMJ dysfunction, lower back pain, headaches/migraines, anxiety, and sprains/strains.
Kim’s style of massage is a blend of deep tissue and relaxation, using a variety of therapeutic techniques: joint mobilizations, intraoral, active and passive stretching, myofascial, pin and stretch, muscle energy, osteopathic, and trigger point therapy. Definitely expect epicenters of tension to be worked on during a treatment with Kim, within your comfort and threshold for pressure.
Massage and the human body is a passion in Kim’s life. She believes that a massage can enhance your overall sense of emotional and physical well-being as well as your quality of life. However, when not practicing massage there are many other things that brings her joy - especially movement! On the mat, mountain biking, and disc golfing. Other sparks to keep her going are her family and friends, travelling and camping, and music and reading.