THERAPISTS

Sara Jayne Milne

Registered Massage Therapist

Sara Jayne graduated from her Registered Massage Therapy training at West Coast College of Massage Therapy. Currently she works as an instructor educating up and coming RMT’s. During her time at WCCMT she worked outreaches at BC Women’s Hospital, Canuck Place Children’s Hospice, Vancouver Whitecaps FC, Royal City Manor Long Term Care Home, South Granville Seniors Centre, and the schools Multiple Sclerosis and Fibromyalgia in reach programs.

Sara Jayne has a passion for pre/post natal treatment, neurological conditions, sports injuries, palliative care, and repetitive use injury recovery. She approaches patient care with a holistic approach taking into consideration the effects of lifestyle and mental well being and their impact on pain.

Sara Jayne aims to customize a treatment plan that works for you including modalities such as Swedish massage, trigger point therapy, joint mobilizations, deep tissue work, and myofascial therapy.

Ryan Sarazin

Massage Therapy Student

Ryan Sarazin is Massage Therapy intern student graduating in August 2021. He was born and raised in Vernon BC before moving to Vancouver in 2019. He played competitive Lacrosse growing up, which ultimately led to an opportunity to compete at the Division 1 level in the NCAA. He played for Marquette University in Milwaukee Wisconsin for two years before transferring to the University of British Columbia (Okanagan campus) in order to pursue a career in Kinesiology. He studied Human Kinetics (Kinesiology) and graduated from UBCO in August of 2018. He then went on to work as a Kinesiologist at a training facility in Vernon, as well as a Chiropractor’s assistant at a local clinic.

Through exposure to various forms of therapy from personal experiences dealing with injuries and what he has encountered throughout his career, he decided to return to school to further his education. He began studying Massage Therapy in September 2019. Ryan’s unique approach to massage and his experiences and prior degree in Kinesiology will add to the value of his Massage practice.

Ryan’s treatments can help his patients recover from injuries, reduce tension and stress, increase muscle and joint function and much more! Ryan can be booked for massage treatments, as well as rehabilitation sessions focused on improving function and athletic performance.

Tara Maki

Massage Therapy Student

Tara believes strongly that massage therapy can be a valuable tool towards achieving physical, emotional, and mental wellness. For this reason, she strives to always provide a safe and relaxing environment. She is remarkably informed, professional, and passionate about her craft.

Tara derives the satisfaction that comes with each session helping clients nurture and revitalize their bodies. For her, being a massage therapist is an opportunity to serve people, and so, she incorporates ethics and keen attention-to-detail to help them achieve their goals.

Tara has worked in the field of Fitness and Wellness for over 20 years. As such she brings her knowledge of physical well being to help her clients achieve optimal physical productivity while restoring the body’s natural state of balance.

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