Susan Stewart BA
Susan is the owner/founder of Edgemont Massage Therapy. She obtained her degree in Psychology at UBC before attending the West Coast College of Massage Therapy and she has never looked back. PLEASE NOTE THAT SUSAN IS NO LONGER AN RMT. Susan has been helping people heal for over 30 years.
Susan’s focus is to get to the problem as quickly as possible and work towards the best outcome in an efficient and strategic manner. Susan’s approach is specific but also holistic, taking into account the whole body’s involvement in any particular issue. Susan is known for her deep tissue work as well as her love of doing deeply relaxing massage which restores the nervous system and supports healing in a profound way.
She is passionate about the outdoors and when she is not working or hanging out with her kids, you can find her on the tennis court, downhill mountain biking, horse back riding, skiing, hiking, golfing or just about anything else that involves being active outside.
Dave Veenstra RMT
I’m David Veenstra, a Registered Massage Therapist. I’ve been treating for close to 20 years, helping active individuals like yourself stay outside, where they want to be. I’ve been out there myself for as long as I can remember; competitive volleyball, amateur body building, biking across Canada, lake swimming and most recently, crossfit. Ironman’s on my bucket list. My main focus is in Sports and Deep Tissue Massage and take seriously your passion to move!
Testimonial: “The weekend of my first massage with him, I ended up having the fastest bike split by almost a minute and a half in the North Shore Sprint. After that I was sold. I went to see Dave the week before every race last season and also saw him after my big training weekends. Aside from giving a really good sport specific massage, I have also found Dave to be a very useful source of information. I’ve asked him about how to deal with different aches and pains and he was always able to provide me with some great insight and methods on how to address them.” ~ Dylan Gleeson | Triathlete “He consistently asked for feedback on the pressure. He asked appropriate questions, gave advice that fell within his knowledge parameters and delivered a perfect massage which achieved the goal I had for it. He did more listening than talking and when he spoke, he spoke about things he was qualified to speak about. He did the exact job he was hired for. Bravo.” ~ Meyrick Jones | ParaTriathlete, ParaCyclist, and Para Nordic athlete.
Carla Wiseman DTCM, RAC
Carla Wiseman first began her career in health as an RMT. She quickly moved on to attending school for her Doctor of Traditional Chinese Medicine which she has practiced for over two decades now. Carla’s main approach to treatment now is a technique called NeuroIntegrative System, which she uses to treat a wide variety of issues like pain, infertility, chronic systemic conditions, autism, premature baldness, autoimmune diseases, digestive diseases and more. Her sessions often include acupuncture but not always. Carla works Tuesday mornings at Edgemont Massage Therapy and can be found Wednesdays, Thursdays and some Saturdays at her Vancouver location.
To book with Carla, go to www.carlawiseman.com.
Warren Hatch RMT
Warren became an RMT after graduating from UBC where he obtained his Bachelor of Arts Degree. Warren uses Trigger Point Therapy, Myofascial Release and Deep Tissue therapy in his approach to treatment to achieve excellent results. He has studied post graduate Low Back and Shoulder Injury Rehabilitation. Warren was also a running coach and has worked with both athletes and non athletes. He combines both a structural approach as well as a deeply relaxing treatment to create the ultimate combination in therapy.
As an athlete, Warren and understands complex injuries and both acute and chronic pain. You can find Warren running the trails, hiking with his dog and paddle boarding. OFFERING DIRECT BILLING TO ICBC, BLUE CROSS AND MANY OTHER EXTENDED HEALTH COMPANIES.
Connor Son RMT
Connor has always been a curious learner in the healing arts and believes that healing occurs by bringing in the ‘active’ components of movement.
This brought him to study Structural Integration, Neurokinetic Therapy, Craniosacral Therapy, Block Therapy and Fluid Isometrics as therapeutic approaches. As an integrated athlete and ‘mover’ himself, he has also studied Martial Arts, PIlates, Yoga, animal flow, FRC and Crossfit.
Connor’s goals are to bring his experience to his role as an RMT by creating space in the fascia, inflating space with proper diaphragmatic breathing and maintaining space through an integrated movement system. Connor also believes that bringing awareness of treating the cause of the issue which is often the front and side of the body, which allows for the back areas to release. Many of his sessions include work to the ribs, diaphragm and lateral aspects of the body if clinically appropriate.
Connor graduated from the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy in Toronto. He has provided massage therapy in the 2016 Olympic Trials Sports massage therapy to the Richmond Rapid Men’s National Swim Team in 2016 – 2017.
Some of his certifications include:
Craniosacral Therapy, Chapman’s Reflexes, Neurokinetic Therapy Level 1, Adaptive Bodywork Structural Integration, Fascial Stretch Therapy Level 1, Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization (IAST) and Kinesiology Taping.
To learn more about Connor Son RMT, go to www.supermuscle.ca
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Ryan Kim RMT
Ryan is registered with the College of Massage Therapists of British Columbia and has been working out of multidisciplinary clinics in Metro Vancouver.
Ryan believes in a holistic approach to health and patient centered care. He is interested in treating chronic musculoskeletal pain and discomfort caused by busy urban lifestyles as well as soft tissue and joint injuries caused by sports activities or motor vehicle accidents.
It is vital for Ryan to keep up to date with his knowledge with the latest treatment protocols. Ryan enjoys learning about further research to put his theory into practice and assist with this. Ryan is always focusing on his continual professional development by fulfilling courses such as: Hot Stone Therapy, Myofascial Remodelling, CranioSacral Therapy, Visceral Manipulation, Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization and Wellness for Cancer and Concussion: Prevention, Detection and Management. Ryan often integrates soft tissue tools and hot stones into his treatments.
Ryan also practices osteopathy as a Manual Osteopathic Therapist. He is also passionate about studying Traditional Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture. Ryan is currently finishing his studying to become a Registered Acupuncturist.
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Victoria Howson Bio Energy Healing
In 2008 Victoria graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing. She worked in many departments including ICU, surgical, emergency, cardiac and palliative care. In all of her experience, she always felt something was missing.
7 years ago she found Bio Energy Healing which was exactly the missing piece she sought. This approach looks at the whole person – their mental and emotional health and how that impacts the physical body. Victoria absolutely loves witnessing her clients’ bodies healing and the joy it brings them.
Bio Energy Healings take about an hour and are done with the client sitting and standing, fully clothed. Please see our Blog to understand Bio Energy Healing more fully.
Contact Victoria at: 778-984-9171
Brian Arthur DC
In 2015, Dr. Arthur received the Award of Excellence by the British Columbia Chiropractic Association. Dr. Arthur obtained his Bachelor of Science in 1979 from the University of Saskatchewan and his Doctor of Chiropractic in 1983 from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College, Toronto. Additionally, he trained as an External Resident in the Department of Orthopaedics at the Royal University Hospital in Saskatoon, 1984-85, where he received 18 months of extra training under an internationally renowned spine surgeon, one of 40 Chiropractors in Canada, out of 7000, to have received training.
In 2009, he completed a Master of Science in Epidemiology at the University of London, UK. Since 2010, he has been a Research Associate at the International Collaboration on Repair Discoveries (ICORD) at the University of British Columbia and a Non-Medical Allied Staff Member of Vancouver General Hospital, Department of Orthopaedics, Division of Spine.
He is Past-President (2000-2003) and a Director of the British Columbia Chiropractic Association from 1996 to 2005.
Dr. Arthur has been in private practice in Vancouver since 1990. To book on-line or view his CV and research publications go to: kerrisdalechiropractic.com