Jeanette Dobmeier graduated from Simon Fraser University with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology, a Minor in Psychology, a Certificate in Health and Fitness, and a Certificate in Liberal Arts; the West Coast College of Massage Therapy with a Diploma of Massage Therapy; and Thompson Rivers University with a Bachelor of Health Science. Jeanette has also completed an advanced certification in Sport Massage Therapy to become a Sport Fellow with the Canadian Sport Massage Therapists Association.
Jeanette has always had a keen interest in sport. She has been a varsity volleyball player, volleyball coach and organizer, trainer, sports first aid responder, and sport massage therapist. Jeanette continues to be involved in her profession by committing time as a National Director of the Canadian Sport Massage Therapists Association.
Jeanette has been practising massage therapy since 2000. She has always sought a greater understanding of how the body works to help her clients achieve their goals to not only live pain-free but to excel. Her interests now include teaching the next generation of massage therapists.
Growing up on a small farm in Richmond, Vincent has always enjoyed working with his hands. Having been actively involved with sports and sustaining many injuries over time, he developed a special interest in anatomy and the overall health and wellness lifestyle.
After graduating from UBC, Vincent decided to pursue a career that would allow him to utilize his academic and physical skills. In 2002, Vincent obtained his RMT designation from the College of Massage Therapists and has since been able to help those hampered by all sorts of injuries and complaints, from motor vehicle accidents to sports-related complications to general fitness.
When Vincent is not spending time with his family, he can be found upgrading and learning new techniques to better serve his clients and improve his skills as a registered massage therapist.
"It's been a real privilege for me to utilize my training to help others achieve their goals. Whether they're working towards a triathalon or migraine control, it's amazing to see how people respond and perform after their massage sessions."