I have been a Massage Therapist for the past five years. My interest in the human body and its potential can be dated back as early as highschool. I performed really well in the areas of biology & PE, and loved playing competitive sports. It was then that I started thinking about furthering my education to provide a service that was grounded in health and well-being.
While working as a massage therapist for a year, it became very clear that I wanted to learn more about the structure and function of the human body. After considering options to further my education and knowledge base, I enrolled in the Manual Osteopathy Diploma Program. What this education has given me, is a broader perspective of the human body. It has helped to further assist in the uncovering of root problems of conditions and dysfunction, all-the-while allowing me to serve my community in a larger capacity.
As a connector, I enjoy working and collaborating as part of a team, and as an introvert, I enjoy the uniqueness of working one on one with clients. I am a life-long learner.
On a more personal level, I enjoy spending time with my wife Chrystal, who was born and raised in Penticton, and our wild-spirited two year-old son Jasper. I enjoy meeting new people and playing sports– basketball and volleyball being my favourite, and I love the long Okanagan golf season! I also enjoy a good burger, probably more than most.