Becoming an RMT was an easy decision for Corinne. Before beginning her education, she witnessed how much it improved the well-being of people close to her, and has always strived for a human connection herself. She graduation from Vancouver College of Massage Therapy in 2017, and is keen to continue learning every day.
Corinne believes in finding balance within the body and likes to take a head to toe approach with every treatment. She looks closely at postural imbalances and fascial restrictions, and works slowly to engage with the tissue. She has success with headaches, neck trauma, SI joint dysfunction and hip pain -to name a few.
Corinne likes to incorporate osteopathic techniques, myofascial release, cranial sacral therapy,
stretching, and active participation into her treatments. She understands the importance of
movement for healing, and encourages stretching and continued activity for home care.
Outside of work, you can find Corinne exploring nature. She loves being outdoors, whether
she’s hiking, camping, or playing in the sun.