Edward graduated from the 3000 hour program at West Coast College of Massage Therapy in 2013. His studies from the program have given him exposure to perform therapeutic massage to a diverse range of population from youth to senior. Edward utilizes his assessment skills combined with his years of experience to improve the quality of life for his patients.
Edward started giving back to the RMT profession by taking up the role of clinic instructor in 2018. He enjoys teaching and passing on his experiences to the next generation of RMTs. Currently, Edward is a RMT program clinic instructor at Langara. During his free time he enjoys going to the gym or spending quality time with friends and family.
Edward speaks fluent English and Mandarin.
Shirley graduated from 3000 hours RMT program of Langara College, during which she had chance to work with different populations from young athletes such as dancers, opera actor/actress, climbers and sports runners; seniors with different chronic diseases and patients suffer from spinal cord injuries. Shirley also has a few years experience as a shiatsu practitioner, has been worked on clients with common musculoskeletal problems such as: headaches, stiff neck and shoulders, postural syndrome, chronic low back pain and overuse injuries, nerve entrapment and anxiety and stress management.
Shirley always tries to stand in patient’s shoes, identify the problem, discuss the treatment plan with them; during treatment Shirley likes combinations of different techniques, to customize individual’s needs and educate patient with homecare techniques to achieve their goals.
Out of work, Shirley enjoy doing yoga and deep stretching on mat before sleep; jogging around neighborhood, cooking and reading with relaxing music.
Brendan graduated from the University of British Columbia with a bachelors of Kinesiology in 2018 and received his diploma in Registered Massage Therapy from Langara College in 2021.
He believes that providing patient-centred care through the use of manual skills and effective homecare will help to improve the patient’s quality of life. Some techniques he uses include myofascial release, Swedish massage, trigger point release, joint play, and stretching.
Outside of work, Brendan enjoys all things active including volleyball, ultimate, basketball and hiking.
Daniel completed the massage therapy program at Langara College following a degree in Biology from Simon Fraser University. His passion to promote a healthy lifestyle and anatomy led him to pursue a massage therapy career.
Daniel is an RMT who believes that massage treatments should be patient-focused and will try to resolve the root of the discomfort while addressing current symptoms.
He also believes that proper home care such as stretching and strengthening is the key to maintaining treatment effectiveness.
Outside of work, Daniel enjoys staying active and shows particular interest in endurance sports such as road cycling and marathon training.
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