As an athlete for most of her life the human body has always fascinated Victoria. Through her own experience with injuries she learned how amazingly the human body can heal itself if given the tools.
Victoria started her post-secondary education at McMaster University and graduated in 2013 with a Bachelor of Arts in psychology. From there she took classes in addiction related courses and graduated with an addictions education certificate in 2014. After learning about therapy from the psychological perspective she wanted to learn more about the physical aspect as well. At that point Victoria enrolled in massage therapy and after two years graduated with a massage therapy diploma from the Okanagan Valley College of Massage Therapy.
Victoria has taken continuing education courses in Neurokinetic Therapy and is a certified level 1 practitioner.
Entering the field of massage therapy allowed Victoria to learn more about the human body in the sense of its anatomy and physiology, while simultaneously providing the tools to aid in the restoration of health for others. The key to treatment for Victoria is finding the root of the dysfunctions and working along side clients to correct them through manual treatment, therapeutic exercises and education.
When not in a treatment room Victoria can be found participating in powerlifting, on the top of a mountain, in a yoga class or simply exploring the beautiful city of Kelowna. Victoria looks forward to meeting all of you and being an influential part of your healthcare team.