John is a graduate of the West Coast College of Massage Therapy and a former competitive athlete, cyclist. John works to facilitate the healing process to restore a pain-free state of well-being.
Preparing for your Appointment
If this is your first time with us, please arrive a minimum of 15 minutes prior to your appointment to allow time to fill out intake forms and insurance forms.
Also, please let us know prior to the appointment if you are pregnant and how far along you are, so that we can adequately prepare the massage table for your appointment (Front lying with bolsters or side lying with pillows).
Amanda's treatments are tailored to the individuals needs, and the appropriate therapeutic intervention. They are often targeted, focal treatments that utilize Swedish techniques, trigger point release, joint manipulations, passive/active stretching and neurodynamic work such as nerve glides for irritations of peripheral nerves. She hopes to further her education by pursuing a Bachelors of Health Science, and neurodynamic focused continuing education course. When she is not treating however, you're likely to see her with a coffee in her hand.
John’s treatments aim for restoration of pain-free movement within each individual need’s.
Treatments include thorough Swedish massage, with along with a variety of techniques or approaches that best suit the client’s condition. Including mentionable: Armand Ayaltin’s Systemic Deep Tissue Therapy, Dr. Travel’s trigger-point therapy, Jim Bilotta’s soft-tissue release, variety of orthopedic and soft-tissue techniques, and perhaps even gentler, lymphatic and or Diane Jacob’s dermoneuromodulation techniques for peripheral and superficial nerves.
John Forsyth, BC RMT
Amanda is a registered massage therapist, and graduate of the 3000hr program from the Okanagan Valley College of Massage Therapy. She has experience working with athletes, prenatal care, chronic pain management, headaches, motor vehicle incidents, and post surgical care. Her focus is on return to activity through pain reduction and restoration of range of motion.