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Physiotherapy - Clinical Pilates


Exercise Pilates

The Pilates repertoire consists of a variety of exercises performed on the mat and on specialized equipment using spring resistance and assistance. Equipment based Pilates provides a unique environment to facilitate achieving a combination of stability & control with flexibility and flow, coordinated with the breath. We have a variety of options and skilled instructors ready to help you explore... Read More

The Pilates repertoire consists of a variety of exercises performed on the mat and on specialized equipment using spring resistance and assistance. Equipment based Pilates provides a unique environment to facilitate achieving a combination of stability & control with flexibility and flow, coordinated with the breath. We have a variety of options and skilled instructors ready to help you explore the possibilities your body possesses.


Kinesiology


Fascial Stretch Therapy


Acupuncture


Concussion/Vestibular Rehabiitation


Virtual Physiotherapy


Virtual Kinesiology

Alfred is a Kinesiologist, Fascial Stretch Therapist and STOTT trained Pilates Instructor with over 20 years of experience empowering people to move with more strength, confidence, and ease.

As a human movement specialist, Alfred’s strengths are working with clients with chronic health conditions and musculoskeletal injuries. Clients appreciate his compassion, his humour, his focus on their well-being, and his approach to movement coaching.

He believes that daily movement is integral to a high quality of life.

He was one of the first four Practicing Kinesiologists in British Columbia to be certified in Stretch to Win’s Fascial Stretch Therapy™ in 2007.

In 2008, he completed a Diploma in Rehabilitation Management from Simon Fraser University to help people on disability claims successfully return to work.

Alfred is a Kinesiologist, Fascial Stretch Therapist and STOTT trained Pilates Instructor with ov... Read More

Trineta completed her Physiotherapy training in Mumbai and went on to specialize in neurorehabilitation at McGill University. She has presented her research in neurorehab at several prestigious conferences across the world and has also won provincial awards for her distinctive work.

Alongside academia, she has pursued continuing education courses focused on concussion rehabilitation, vestibular disorders, Parkinsons and Dsytonia. Trineta has over 2 years of experience and intensive training in all areas of neurorehabilitation spanning conditions like post concussion syndrome, traumatic brain injuries, Stroke, Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s, Dystonia and atypical movement disorders. She also has extensive experience in facilitating movement with debilitating chronic conditions like dysautonomia, chronic fatigue syndrome, migraines etc.

Trineta believes in treating her clients based on their specific needs and not following a ‘one fit for all’ approach based on a diagnosis. Nothing brings her more joy then seeing her clients beam with the hope of leading a fulfilling functional life!

In her spare time, she loves learning new dance forms and is a trained jazz dancer. She also loves the outdoors and often spends her weekends exploring the beautiful hikes across BC!

Trineta completed her Physiotherapy training in Mumbai and went on to specialize in neurorehabili... Read More

Alison achieved both her Bachelors of Science and Masters of Physical Therapy from UBC. She has experience working with a wide variety of clients including pre-and post-natal women, neurological disorders, sports injuries and seniors with mobility issues. Prior to pursuing her physical therapy degree, Alison worked extensively on falls prevention research as well as studies on how physical exercises can improve memory in older adults. Her approach to treatment involves working one-on-one with clients to educate them about the root cause of their injury so as to prevent reoccurrences in the future. Alison is certified in Gunn-IMS (Intramuscular stimulation) and acupuncture (CAFCI). She has also completed post-graduate training in vestibular rehabilitation, manual therapy and soft tissue techniques. Outside of the clinic, Alison can be found chasing her two kids around the playground, cycling around this beautiful city in search of her next favourite restaurant or planning her next big adventure near and far.

Alison achieved both her Bachelors of Science and Masters of Physical Therapy from UBC. She has ... Read More

Kevin shares a passion for personal wellness, preventative healthcare and rehabilitation. He started his career as a Behavior Interventionist teaching families and children with autism methods to cope with daily life activities. Following this, Kevin graduated with a Rehabilitation Assistant Diploma. He then began working at Surrey Memorial Hospital along side Physiotherapists and Occupational Therapists to rehabilitate patients suffering from cognitive and motor incapabilities. While working as a Rehabilitation Assistant, Kevin gained a vast range of experiences working with patients in the ICU, emergency, surgical and acute care units. Kevin further continued his education and graduated from the Langara Registered Massage Therapy program where he gained experience treating clients using a variety of massage modalities.

Growing up, Kevin enjoyed playing volleyball and had an opportunity to compete at both the provincial and national level. These days, he continues to play recreationally in outdoor grass leagues. Kevin is also an avid dodgeball player. He can be found on the dodgeball court three to four nights of the week. Through his career in athletics, Kevin has personally experienced sports related injuries ranging from ankle sprains to rotator cuff tears and even a clavicle fracture. He draws on a combination of his work and personal experience to better relate to clients.

Kevin believes that communication and client rapport are key to an effective treatment plan. He works hard to establish a client-therapist relationship built on trust and genuine mutual respect. Ensuring a client’s needs and concerns are acknowledged is his top priority.

Kevin shares a passion for personal wellness, preventative healthcare and rehabilitation. He sta... Read More

Wilford’s passion for Traditional Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture stems from a drive to recover and compete. A life long interest in martial arts and combat sports like boxing has allowed Wilford to be well acquainted with skeletal muscular injuries on a personal level and has fuelled his dedication to helping patients recover and get back in fighting shape as TCM helped him to in the past. Beyond his enthusiasm for boxing, Wilford’s experience with construction work and office work has helped him understand the needs and concerns for those suffering from both athletic injures and occupational repetitive strain injuries. Wilford recognizes that whether you’re holding a mouse, hammer, boxing gloves, or a gi in your hands, the need to be functional and pain-free to perform at a level required of you, is universal and important. In additional to using acupuncture needles to facilitate in the healing process, Wilford also offers cupping, tuina (Traditional Chinese Medicine massage therapy), ear seeds, gua sha (Traditional Chinese Medicine scrapping), the application of Traditional Chinese Medicine liniments, and application of IR emitter to mimic the effects of the traditional heat and moxibustion therapies in a comprehensive effort to approach injuries with multiple solutions and points of view. In his free time, Wilford can be found hiking, hitting the heavy bag, or just sitting quietly studying new and old Traditional Chinese Medicine techniques.

Wilford’s passion for Traditional Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture stems from a drive to recover ... Read More

Step into a transformative wellness journey with Jenny, a seasoned Pilates instructor and physio assistant with over five years of dedicated experience. Trained in the precision of Stott Pilates, Jenny’s passion for holistic well-being is rooted in a lifelong dedication to athletics.

Having discovered the profound impact of Pilates during her own shoulder injury rehabilitation, Jenny became proficient in all Pilates apparatuses – Reformer, Mat, Chair, Barrels and Cadillac. Her unique perspective, shaped by years of athletics and personal healing, sets the stage for a personalized and transformative Pilates experience.

Jenny’s journey includes using Pilates to enhance sports performance, navigate pregnancy and postpartum, and restore muscle imbalances. Remarkably, she returned to beach volleyball in 5 months and indoor volleyball just nine months postpartum, a testament to Pilates’ effectiveness in rehabilitation.

Now, as a passionate Pilates instructor, Jenny is on a mission to guide individuals toward optimal health, resilience, and vitality. If you’re seeking a holistic approach that combines expertise in Stott Pilates with a deep understanding of personal transformation, join Jenny on this empowering journey. Elevate your well-being and unlock your best self through the transformative movement of Pilates.

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Rebecca Hsu graduated from West Coast College of Massage Therapy in 2016. Prior to becoming a registered massage therapist, Rebecca studied kinesiology and health sciences at Simon Fraser University. During her time there, she worked with athletes as a student athletic trainer. She has treated a variety of sports injuries from the moment it happens to months down the road.

With massage therapy, she strives to help her patients recover from injury, relieve pain, restore optimal physical function and improve overall well-being. Rebecca is focused on providing patients with individual care by utilizing a wide range of techniques such as myofascial release, trigger point release, joint mobilization and active stretching techniques. She believes that the road to recovery is different for every patient and she will work with each patient to find the best course of treatment.

Away from the clinic, Rebecca practices kendo regularly and is training hard to one day represent Canada in the world championships. She can also be found hiking and exploring the high seas with her kayak.

Rebecca Hsu graduated from West Coast College of Massage Therapy in 2016. Prior to becoming a reg... Read More

Stephen shares a passion for personal health and fitness as well as practicing as a healthcare professional. He started his journey in post-secondary education in majoring in a psychology degree as he was fascinated by the inner workings of the human anatomy. However, after several semesters, his mom encouraged him to begin his career in Bachelor of Science in the Nursing program (as his mom is a practicing R.N. for over 30 years). Stephen acquired valuable experience working as a student nurse at Mount Saint Joseph Hospital, such as in the Seniors’ Residential care and the Acute Medicine ward. Stephen decided to further his education and graduated in 2019 from the Langara Registered Massage Therapy program where he gained experience treating clients using a variety of massage modalities. Growing up, Stephen enjoyed activities like badminton, swimming, camping, hiking and anaerobic exercises at the gym. As time passed, Stephen experienced a few motor vehicle accidents and a number of sports-related injuries. Stephen uses his personal experience to better empathize and relate to his clients.  Stephen believes that communication and building trust between a therapist-client are paramount to an effective treatment plan. He works hard to ensure he is attentive and listens to the client’s needs as well as concerns during each treatment session.

Stephen shares a passion for personal health and fitness as well as practicing as a healthcare pr... Read More

Jennifer holds a Masters of Physical Therapy from the University of British Columbia and a Masters of Public Health from Simon Fraser University. She also has post-graduate training in Clinical Pilates, Dry Needling, upper extremity injuries, and complex pain. She is fluent in Cantonese.

Jennifer is often recognized for her distinct laugh, positive demeanor, and her desire to connect with her clients to find solutions that fit their lifestyles. She has found success with her clients through the use of individualized exercise prescription and a variety of hands-on techniques to help her clients regain efficient movement patterns and return to the activities they love.

When away from the clinic, Jennifer finds joy through yoga, hiking, swimming, and most importantly, eating desserts and cuddling with her cat and dog.

Jennifer holds a Masters of Physical Therapy from the University of British Columbia and a Master... Read More

Stephy is a trained Club Pilates Teacher. She is in the Comprehensive teacher program which is a 500 hour training program that focuses on Joseph Pilates foundations in addition to new Pilates technique and apparatuses including the Reformer, Mat, Chair, Cadillac, Spring board, Special Population, Anatomy, Spine Corrector, and TRX. Stephy was involved in a lot of different sports throughout her life but it wasn’t until she found Pilates that her mind set for exercising changed. Pilates not only brought her joy, but it also changed her body in ways she never knew. It has given her a new sense of the mind- body connection and a release from her own chronic neck pain. During the pandemic, Stephy saw a lot of people dealing with health and mental issues. With the knowledge she has gained through Pilates, she is motivated to help clients achieve better body alignment and strength, prevent injuries, and develop a balanced lifestyle. In her free time, Stephy is also interested in running, hiking and kayaking.

Stephy is a trained Club Pilates Teacher. She is in the Comprehensive teacher program which is a ... Read More

Adrienne Mak is a graduate of the 3,000 hour program at the West Coast College of Massage Therapy in New Westminster, BC. Prior to massage she attended the University of Alberta and Douglas College where she completed her Bachelor of Arts in Recreation, Sport and Tourism and Diploma of Sport Science. Being educated in Sport Science and playing Varsity basketball for 2 years she is familiar with many sports injuries. Recently Adrienne has traveled to Africa on multiple missions and is passionate about helping people.

Adrienne is committed to assisting her clients to achieve and maintain optimal physical function, recover from injury, relieve pain and improve their overall wellbeing. Adrienne has experience working with young and old, and everyone in between. Whether you’re an office worker, elite athlete, nurse, weekend warrior, or stay at home parent, Adrienne has an amazing ability to meet the needs of a wide variety of patients. Adrienne focuses on Myofascial Release Treatment and customized remedial strengthening to attain specific goals set for each of her clients.

Adrienne Mak is a graduate of the 3,000 hour program at the West Coast College of Massage Therapy... Read More

Sally’s interest in health, movement, and the human body led her to complete a Bachelor’s of Human Kinetics. Years later, still with an undying interest in health and a growing curiosity for alternatives to achieving well-being, she completed a Diploma of Registered Massage Therapy at Langara College.

Her passion lies with aiding patients in their restoration of health and improving their quality of life. She has worked with pregnant women, patients with spinal cord injuries, athletes, dancers, hospice patients, and everyone in between. The common techniques she uses include Swedish massage, myofascial release, joint mobilizations, and stretching techniques.

Sally’s interest in health, movement, and the human body led her to complete a Bachelor’s of Huma... Read More

Ed graduated from the University of Alberta Master of Science in Physical Therapy and a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology (Distinction) programs. During his studies, Ed worked as a personal fitness trainer and coach with the City of Edmonton and the YMCA of Edmonton. He has completed his CSEP-CPT, and YMCA Individual Conditioning Level II, and brings a solid background in general health and wellness. Ed has worked in multiple settings including acute care, long-term care and private practice. His areas of interest include myofascial releases, dry needling/acupuncture, concussion/vestibular dysfunctions and functional strengthening. Ed is consistently advancing his education and skill set. He has completed both level II upper and lower quadrant manual therapy components and acquired his G.T.T (Gokavi Transverse Technique) and Acupuncture certificates. Ed also completed both the Arthritis Society’s Getting a Grip on Arthritis® osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis education program. He is currently pursuing certifications in concussion management and vestibular therapy. Ed is fluent in Cantonese. When he gets a chance, you will find Ed working on his powerlifting goals, learning Spanish, at a local hike spot or just grabbing a bite around town.

Ed graduated from the University of Alberta Master of Science in Physical Therapy and a Bachelor ... Read More

Initially found her love for human physiology and anatomy at Simon Fraser University where she received her Bachelor’s of Science (Kinesiology). She then gained four years of experience in rehabilitation, before returning to school in 2010 to complete her Doctor of Physiotherapy degree in Australia. As an avid sports fan, studying in Australia allowed her to develop and practice her manual skills on various sporting teams including premier men’s soccer. In addition to her background in exercise prescription and manual therapy, Amanda is certified to perform acupuncture through the Acupuncture Foundation of Canada Institute.

Since returning to Canada and working in private practice, Amanda has been the primary physiotherapist for the BC Women’s and Canadian netball teams since 2013. This gives her a unique opportunity to travel nationally and internationally treating high level amateur athletes. Her travels have taken her to events in Bermuda, Switzerland, Singapore, and most recently the Caymans. Although she loves working at competitive sporting events, Amanda has a special interest in serving undervalued members of our community, including seniors, and hopes to advocate for their health through her practice.

Initially found her love for human physiology and anatomy at Simon Fraser University where she re... Read More

Nobuo Sakata, RMT

Nobuo graduated from the West Coast College of Massage Therapy (WCCMT) in 2010. Passionate about lifelong learning, Nobuo has continued his education by completing additional courses on stretching and fascia (the connective tissue located just below the skin).

By using effective techniques specific to individual conditions, Nobuo has helped numerous patients overcome lower back pain, shoulder pain, headaches, neck pain, numbness, and tingling in the arms. His many practices include joint mobilization, and passive stretching. Education plays an integral role in his care philosophy as he teaches patients how to become independent and take control of their physical function. He also believes proper posture is key to preventing and relieving painful conditions.

You can book a massage with Nobuo online or by giving us a call.

Nobuo Sakata, RMT Nobuo graduated from the West Coast College of Massage Therapy (WCCMT) in 2010... Read More

Carolyn completed her Bachelor of Human Kinetics degree in 2010 and Master of Physical Therapy degree in 2012 at the University of British Columbia. Prior to becoming a physiotherapist, she worked as a Kinesiologist and group fitness instructor in an outreach program for children and older adults. Carolyn believes in providing a holistic approach to treatment for her clients. She is certified in acupuncture through Acupuncture Foundation of Canada Institute and Intramuscular Stimulation (IMS) through KinetaCore Functional Dry Needling. She is dedicated to continuing education and has taken post-graduate courses for treatment of acute/chronic neck and low back injuries, acute/chronic shoulder injuries, and dizziness/vertigo/vestibular dysfunction. In her spare time, Carolyn enjoys participating in recreational sports such as soccer, ultimate frisbee, and cleaning up after her children.

Carolyn completed her Bachelor of Human Kinetics degree in 2010 and Master of Physical Therapy de... Read More

Lene is a 2011 graduate of the West Coast College of Massage 3000 hour RMT Program. She is passionate about learning and have since completed continuing education courses in myofascial release of the shoulder and pelvis, as well as craniosacral and muscle energy techniques. Her approach to treatment is to get to know her client’s lifestyle, health, interests, injuries and their expected outcome of treatment. The reason for treatment is generally not because of dysfunction in one specific area, the body is like a web of connections and when injury/trauma/overuse occur compensatory symptoms present. It is important to her that patients understand her intent for treatment and providing them insight to what may be happening. The primary goal for treatment is to relieve pain, promote optimal physical function and to provide preventative education for long term solutions. Whether you are an athlete, a health practitioner, work in an office, an outdoor adventurer, stay home parent or a retiree, she believes massage therapy is essential for healthy living. Daily life creates a variety of stresses on our body and it manifests as aches and pain. While you don’t have to “just live with it”, massage therapy can help support quality of living and emotional wellness. Being a massage therapist allows her to connect with such a wonderful variety of people, from babies to silver foxes and everyone in between. It brings her much joy to connect with people and to create a comfortable, accepting space on their journey to good health and well being. Outside of the clinic she enjoys spending time adventuring with her daughter, whether it’s walking in the rain, hiking through the trails or climbing their way through mountain rope adventure parks. She also finds joy in watching cooking and baking shows, reading books or watching movies. Some down time is also good for the soul!

Lene is a 2011 graduate of the West Coast College of Massage 3000 hour RMT Program. She is passi... Read More

Tracy is currently on maternity leave. Please book in with another team member during this time!

Tracy completed her Masters in Physiotherapy at the University of Alberta after obtaining her Bachelor in Kinesiology from Simon Fraser University. She has also completed post-graduate courses in a variety of manual therapy techniques, connect therapy, and is certified in both acupuncture and Gunn IMS (intra-muscular stimulation). Tracy incorporates her clinical expertise in combination with education and exercise prescription to assist clients in achieving their goals.

Tracy is certified to teach the GLAD exercise program (Good Living with Arthritis Denmark). She offers group based exercise programs for client’s living with Parkinson’s and for the geriatric population.

Tracy loves to be miked up and has a great time both teaching as an adjunct professor at UBC for the Masters of Physiotherapy program and MC’ing events of all sorts. She enjoys a good meal and will travel almost anywhere to find one. She is always up for recommendations!

Tracy is currently on maternity leave. Please book in with another team member during this time! ... Read More

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