Massage Therapy

Balancing the body as a whole, integrated massage treatments can benefit any age group:

Chronic pain sufferers, fibromyalgia, chronic neck and back pain, injuries from accidents, headaches, migraines, TMJ, frozen shoulder, scoliosis, chronic pelvic pain, sciatica, sprains/strains/muscle spasms, joint mobility, arthritis, ADHD, PMS/menopausal symptoms, respiratory problems, bladder incontinence, pregnancy, digestive problems, bloating and constipation, acid reflux, PTSD, anxiety, depression and many more.

The source of discomfort might be structural or emotional, coming from internal organs, joints, the craniosacral system, general toxicity, reaction to food, stress in our lives and more. By getting in touch with the body and trusting a person’s internal ability to heal and self-correct, treatments create increased feeling and awareness in the body, restoring the proprioceptive feedback loop between the tissue and the central nervous system. This results in a restoration of the body’s ability to function and regulate the immune system, digestive system, nervous system, metabolic processes and internal organ function. The structural release happens as a result of the precise manipulation of tissue and the communication between practitioner and client.

Lee’s Mission: To do the things doctors will not do, to walk with my clients on their journey to a powerful living by helping my clients activate their inner fire and achieve results they think impossible.

Lee’s Services & Rates: See online booking link for details, but his average rate is $95.00 for 1-hour.

Lee’s Education: 
Personal Trainer NCCTP, 2012
Vancouver Career College for massage, 2013
Rieki Level One, 2013
Access Conciseness, 2015

Health Science Acadamy, 2015
Medical Qigong, 2015
MH Vicars School of Massage Therapy, 2017
First Aid, 2017
Bowen Therapy, 2017
Cranial Therapy, 2018
Myofascial Release, 2018