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Elana Wu is a Registered Massage Therapist in British Columbia, with an active practice in Richmond, B. C., and a diploma in Massage Therapy from the West Coast school of Massage Therapy, she has over a decade of experience and training combined. Elana is also a Chartered Herbalist, trained at the Dominion Herbal College.
She has a Bachelor in Holistic Health Sciences from the International Quantum University for Integrative Medicine. She has worked as a Registered Massage Therapist at Spa Versante, The Steve Nash Sports Club, and presently at Clinic Therapy. She has two years of experience selling vitamins, minerals and herbal remedies at Natural and Organic lifestyles nutrition shop. She is a member of the Registered Massage Therapists (RMTBC) Association of British Columbia and the American Association of Drugless Practitioners. She has also received over 500 5.0/5.0 ratings on Google, Genbook and Lumino Health (Sunlife)
Judy Hu, Registered Massage Therapist (Richmond BC)
Judy finished the Vancouver Career College Registered Massage Therapy Program in 2019
Judy finished the Vancouver Career College Registered Massage Therapy Program in 2019. Judy is passionate about using her skills to help people improve their quality of life. Judy has experience in treating patients with muscular imbalance, MVA injuries, sports related injuries, pre and postnatal muscular discomfort, insomnia, tension, and stress.
Carlie Chow, Registered Massage Therapist (Richmond BC)
Carlie Chow finished RMT program (from WCCMT).
Carlie has finished the 2200 hour West Coast College of Massage Therapy RMT program.
Treatments can focus on: relaxation, postural issues, pre or post natal, tension relief, relieving anxiety and stress, helping with insomnia,
Sarra Leung, Registered Massage Therapist (Richmond BC)
Sarra Leung finished VCMT RMT program.
Sarra also had direct training from Elana Wu which she now incorporates into her treatments.
She uses a variety of techniques during each session, (such as Trigger Point Release, Deep Tissue work, Joint Mobilization, Swedish, and Active Tissue Release).
Prenatal massage is currently not offered by Sarra.
Mia Hancock, Registered Massage Therapist (Richmond BC)
Mia Hancock has finished Vancouver Career College RMT program.
Mia specializes in treating pains instead of relaxation (although relaxation massages are also welcome). Out of everyone at our clinic, Mia had the most direct training from Elana Wu.
With extensive experience working as an administrator at multi-disciplinary healthcare clinics, Mia has a deep appreciation of what it means to solve problems by carefully listening to each person she sees, and to work together with them to resume a pain-free and functional life.
Mia has experience with muscular imbalances, frozen shoulder, TMJ syndrome, managing and correcting poor posture, and repetitive strain conditions. She incorporates a wide variety of techniques during treatment, including Trigger Point Release, Deep Tissue work, Myofascial Mobilization, Joint Mobilization, Swedish, and Active Tissue Release.
In her spare time, Mia enjoys entertaining her cat, Bikram yoga, weight-training, and a good book.
Jacky Ye, Registered Massage Therapist (Richmond BC)
Jacky Ye finished Registered Massage Therapy program (Langara College). Jacky also had some training from Elana Wu.
Jacky Ye graduated from the 3000 hours Langara College RMT program in 2018 of December. He had the opportunities to participate in many outreaches such as St. John hospice, UBC hockey outreach, Icord, BC women’s hospital, survival of the fittest marathon, and etc.
He has experience in treating sports related injuries, muscular imbalance, sports related injuries, frozen shoulders, piriformis syndrome, and poor postures related from work.
Jacky incorporates techniques in treatments such as Deep tissue work, Myofascial release, Joint mobilizations, and Swedish massages. In his spare time, he enjoys walking his dog, martial arts, weightlifting and being with family and friends.
Jacky can speak English, 廣東話 and 普通話.
Joyce Wu, Registered Massage Therapist (Richmond BC)
Joyce Wu finished RMT program (from VCMT)
Treatments can focus on: relaxation, postural issues, tension relief, relieving anxiety and stress, etc.
Bryan Wu, Registered Massage Therapist (Richmond BC)
Bryan Wu RMT (Registered Massage Therapist) graduated at West Coast College of Massage Therapy December of 2014 and started working May of 2015 after passing the board exam.
Bryan has also graduated from International College of Traditional Chinese Medicine of Vancouver April of 2017 and is working towards achieving his Practitioner of Traditional Chinese Medicine license while working part-time at Natural & Organic Healing Clinic.
He has worked with a variety of patients at various locations during his school years in WCCMT and ICTCMV such as Canuck Place and GF Strong Rehabilitation Centre helping him connect both Western and Eastern aspects of health and wellness to provide the best treatment he can.
Mieguen Butcher, Registered Massage Therapist (Richmond BC)
Mieguen Butcher finished RMT program (WCCMT)
She has a passion for making a difference in people’s lives hands-on, which prompted her career toward massage therapy. Mieguen is dedicated to helping others improve their quality of life - the pain-free life with her skills.
Mieguen is experienced with treating prenatal, postnatal, sports & work-related injuries. She incorporates techniques in treatments such as Trigger Point Therapy, Deep tissue work, Myofascial release, Joint mobilizations, and Swedish massages to help clients reduce pain and increase the body's range of motion. Mieguen's other passions in life include skiing, hiking and spending time with her friends and family.
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Ellis Cheng, Studying To Be Registered Massage Therapist (Richmond BC)
I am a part-time student at VCMT and will finish in 2022. I come from a business background so communication and understanding my patients is my top priority. As a student intern, I aim to help everyone I encounter and solve their issues. I incorporate Swedish massage, myofascial release, and trigger point releases in my relaxation massage.
Outside of school, I am also a dog lover and a martial art practitioner. I have been practicing Kendo at UBC since 2013 and am currently helping out with training new members.
Sophie Cascade, Studying To Be Registered Massage Therapist (Richmond BC)
After twenty years working in the environmental and fisheries sector, Sophie decided that it was time for a change. She has always found the interconnection between the body and mind fascinating and to deepen her knowledge, she decided to go back to school to become a massage therapist. She is currently a part-time student at Vancouver College of Massage Therapy (VCMT). Relaxation or stress relief focused, her treatment integrates techniques such as Swedish techniques, myofascial release, and trigger point release.
Born and raised in Reunion Island, Sophie moved to Canada in 2013, and settled in Vancouver, making it her new home. While she misses the activities that her island offered, such as surfing, hiking without the fear of meeting a bear, or scuba diving, Sophie is now enjoying the variety of activities that Vancouver has to offer, ranging from yoga, bouldering, cycling, swimming, to sailing. Her next challenge will be to learn cross-country skiing next winter. She is always keen to learn more and integrate her experiences in each of these sports into her bodywork practice.
Aleem Dhanjee, Studying To Be Registered Massage Therapist (Richmond BC)
Aleem Dhanjee finished RMT program (from VCMT) and will take his final board exams in the beginning of autumn. If he passes, he will be RMT this autumn!
Aleem has studied at various institutions including UBC, KPU and Douglas college prior to entering VCMT’s Full-Time 20-month program and has had plenty of exposure to Biological Sciences, Human Anatomy and Physiology as well as Kinesiology.
He utilizes his knowledge of human anatomy to understand and treat orthopedic conditions (tendonitis, impingements, sports injuries, nerve and spinal compressions), improve posture, as well as manage symptoms of systemic conditions (cardiovascular and autoimmune conditions) in order to improve his patients’ quality of life.
Treatments can focus on: relaxation, postural issues, tension relief, relieving anxiety and stress, etc.
Matthew Chan, Studying To Be Registered Massage Therapist (Richmond BC)
Matthew Chan has completed his 2000 hour RMT program from the Vancouver College of Massage Therapy (VCMT) and will be taking his board exams in September. If he passes, he will be RMT this autumn!
Matthew has a Bachelor's degree in Kinesiology from UBC and has a vast amount of knowledge in human anatomy and biomechanics. He has a passion for treating and improving the well being of others. He believes in continual improvement to find the root of pain and discomfort, rather than only treating symptoms.
Matthew is experienced in treating patients with orthopaedic conditions and acute/chronic pain from sport and work-related injuries. Some techniques he utilizes in his treatments include:
In his free time, Matthew enjoys amateur powerlifting, playing Spike ball with friends, and recreational ultimate frisbee.
Dennis Gadia, Studying To Be Registered Massage Therapist (Richmond BC)
From Dennis: I am inspired to deliver therapeutic massage with a mindset of “treating people the way I want to be treated”, that is to treat all people with respect and dignity, and without any types of prejudice. I will be your healing facilitator. I will assist your body to ease your pain and discomfort, and help you gain back your physical functions and be at your best again.
It is my privilege to work with health care workers, construction workers, office workers, factory workers, athletes, self-employed, and other laborers. I always adapt to my patient’s needs, and will always consider your preferences (Relaxation, Deep Tissue, or Sports Massage). My foundation techniques include: Swedish techniques, Trigger point release, Myofascial release, Stretching and Strengthening. At the end of treatment, I can recommend remedial exercises to help you improve your posture and mobility when you are at home.
I am currently completing my clinical credits to finish RMT-program at Vancouver Career College – Burnaby campus, and hopefully be able to take the next board exam in September to become a licensed Registered Massage Therapist. Before I decided to study Registered Massage Therapy, I was working as a factory machine operator. Having experienced multiple labour jobs, working seven days a week, my body is very much familiar with body aches and pain. I am originally from the Philippines, and graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing at St. Paul University Philippines in 2006.
During free time, I usually play with my 3 kids. I like bringing them to the nearby park to have a picnic, walk & amp; run, and play ball games. Yes, I always try to have fun while babysitting! I also like playing online chess, hiking, cooking and eating together with my kids!