Joshua L'Heureux, RMT
Joshua is finally returning home after a brief stay in Edmonton, where he spent the past two years working with some of the nation's top athletes. His experiences in Alberta helped shape his unique view on the human body, showing him that pain is merely a symptom of dysfunction and that movement and strength are key in an individual's recovery. Josh focuses on orthopaedic assessment and treatment to aid his patients to recover from injury, improve their performance, and increase their overall quality of life.
Simon Wyvill, RMT
Previously a personal trainer, Simon became interested in the RMT profession because he wanted to deepen his knowledge of the body. He studied to gain the understanding and tools necessary to help people manage and overcome the many orthopaedic issues faced in our lifetimes. Simon employs a range of treatment modalities including deep tissue, myofascial, joint mobilizations, and range of motion techniques.
Simon is a graduate of the Registered Massage Therapy Diploma program at Langara College in Vancouver.