Joshua L'Heureux, RMT
Joshua has returned to his hometown of Penticton by way of Edmonton, where he worked intensively with some of the nation's top teams and athletes. Quickly finding his niche in BC working with the Vees and other local athletes/organizations, Joshua's clinical practice focuses on an educational model. He takes pride in his interview skills, asking the appropriate questions to identify why a patient is experiencing pain the way they are. His recent educational explorations include specific training in the field of pain science.
Josh's treatment model is simple: identify if the patient is "hurting or injured", discover the lifestyle factors that contribute to the pain, use massage to provide a window of relief and, finally, educate the patient on how to desensitize the nervous system in order to permanently reduce their symptoms.
Simon Wyvill, RMT
Simon is a graduate of the Registered Massage Therapy Diploma program at Langara College in Vancouver. 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.
Amanda Kokesch, RMT
New to Penticton, Amanda is excited to be part of a clinic that offers so much value to their clients! For the past 16 years, Amanda has encouraged bodies to heal & balance themselves through massage therapy; knowing that each body is unique, she enjoys using many different modalities. Amanda tailors each treatment to her clients specific needs. Whether pain be new or older, free movement helps create a happier body. Through assessment, treatment and home care, Amanda is available to help clients obtain their goals.
Brock Williamson, RMT
Brock is a graduate of the Registered Massage Therapy Diploma program from Okanagan Valley College of Massage Therapy in Vernon, B.C. He remains in good standing with the College of Massage Therapists of British Columbia and is a member of the Registered Massage Therapists Association of B.C. He approaches each patient with compassion and strives to make each patient feel comfortable and safe. He describes his treatment style as a blend of both Deep Tissue and General Swedish Flow. When not at work he can be found at a dog park playing fetch with his Goldendoodle, Chase.
Kaleb Stewart, Bodyworker
Kaleb was born and raised right here in Penticton, BC. He loves hiking and exploring new regions, making a personal mission to find the most beautiful landscapes in the South Okanagan. Kaleb connects easily with everyone he meets, due to his easy going and caring nature. As an aspiring RMT, Kaleb's goal is to treat his patients with the utmost professionalism and compassion, using his manual skills to help people find relief from their pain.
Alicia Selock, Office Manager
Alicia is born and raised in Penticton BC. where she has spent the past 16 years managing numerous childcare centres (Early Childhood Educator (ECE)) and recently decided to continue her grow professionally. Along with working in our clinic in the mornings, Alicia also teaches the ECE program at Sprott-Shaw College. Delivering outstanding customer service has always been essential for Alicia. As Advance Therapies' Office Manager, Alicia is responsible for all office procedures and uses her organizational skills to ensure smooth operations in our busy clinic.