Registered Massage Therapy
Therapeutic massage to target injuries, muscle spasms, relieves muscle tension and pain. Increases flexibility and mobility and helps clear lactic acid and other waste, which reduces pain and stiffness in muscles and joints.


Amanda Kansky- Registered Massage Therapist

Amanda Kansky – RMT

Deep Tissue Trigger Point Therapy Myofascial Release

Amanda Kansky is a Registered Massage Therapist and member of the College of Massage Therapists of B.C. (CMTBC) and the Massage Therapists Association of B.C. Amanda is a graduate of Utopia Academy and was recognized as one of the top students in her graduating class by the CMTBC. Prior to completing her training in registered massage therapy, Amanda attended Kwantlen University where she was enrolled in the Associate of Science Degree in Biology.

Amanda’s practice focuses on deep tissue massage, trigger point therapy, and myofascial release. She has experience working with a variety of patients including: seniors, individuals with developmental disabilities, high risk pregnancies, patients with various stages of Multiple Sclerosis, as well as alongside physiotherapists as part of rehabilitation programs. In addition to working as an RMT, Amanda is working on her undergraduate in Health Sciences through Thompson Rivers University. Amanda enjoys being active and has recently completed her first half marathon.

Adam Armour - Registered Massage Therapist

Adam Armour – RMT

Joint Mobilization Trigger Point Therapy Myofascial Release

Adam grew up in a small community along the Great Lakes, his sense of adventure brought him out west where he eventually settled in Steveston. While working in the hospitality industry Adam was fortunate to be introduced to massage therapy. With a life long passion for science and a genuine desire to help others, he made the decision to pursue a career that balanced these two passions.

Adam Armour is a Registered Massage Therapist and an active registrant with the College of Massage Therapists of British Columbia. He graduated from the 3000 hour program at West Coast College of Massage Therapy where he was the recipient of the Joe Koscak leadership award. He is also currently enrolled at Thompson Rivers University to complete his Bachelor of Health Sciences. Adam focuses his treatments towards trigger point therapy and myofascial release working with a wide range of individuals.

Adam applies deep or moderate pressure with added modalities such as lymph work, muscle energy, joint mobilizations and contractile myofascial release. His approach to massage therapy is centred around the unique individual needs of each patient and includes patient education and homecare.