Covid-19 Safety Information

With the ongoing changes of the COVID-19 pandemic, we are doing our due diligence as Health Care Practitioners to follow the requirements set out by the Provincial Health Officer of BC. 

The protocol on masks is dependent on each therapist/patient and how they want to proceed with treatment. As everyone has different comfort levels regarding masks, please respect the decision of those around you.
Every room is supplied with hand sanitizer. All surfaces in the treatment room and high contact areas throughout the clinic will be sanitized with a cleaner approved by Health Canada to kill COVID-19 virus. 

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Vanessa Marr

Vanessa Marr

Vanessa's athletic background is what sparked an interest in how the body functions and heals.  Having benefited from massage therapy herself in combination with her keen interest in the human anatomy lead her to pursue a career as a massage therapist.  

Graduating from the West Coast College of Massage Therapy in 2013, she comes prepared with skills to help her patients reach their physical well being.  

After meeting and interviewing her patient, Vanessa tailors her treatment techniques and modalities to suit each client's needs. Some of her techniques include but aren't limited to: trigger point therapy, myofascial release, joint mobilization and Swedish massage.  She has experience in pregnancy massage.  

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Stephanie Robertson

Stephanie Robertson

Stephanie’s interest in Massage Therapy first began with her passion for holistic health and healing. In 2012 she became a certified Yoga Teacher and from there began to pursue a career in Massage Therapy.

A graduate from the West Coast College of Massage Therapy in 2014, Stephanie likes to shape her treatments to the individual and their personal goals, while encouraging an emphasis on relaxation and de-stressing. She believes relaxation is an integral part to healing any form of injury and can be easily overlooked.

Some of her treatment modalities and experiences include joint mobilizations, myofascial release, trigger point release, sports massage, and Swedish massage.

So whether you’re experiencing chronic headaches, general tension, insomnia, sports injuries or any form of musculoskeletal ailment, Stephanie is more than happy to find the right path you need to take in order to reach your recovery goals.
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Sonia Little

Sonia Little

Sonia is a graduate of the West Coast College of Massage Therapy comprehensive RMT program (2014), and the Vancouver School of Bodywork and Massage spa therapy program (2010). Growing up, she was a competitive gymnast, and knows first hand the benefits of massage therapy for strength, performance and recovery.

As a bodyworker in the spa industry, she practised many modalities for relaxation and stress relief, including shiatsu, aromatherapy and reflexology.  She wanted to build more on her knowledge of the therapeutic technique and human anatomy, and decided to take the next step and become an RMT. She enjoys applying the knowledge and skills acquired during the program in her practice.  Focusing on rehabilitative massage, Sonia uses a wide variety of techniques in treatment, including- but not limited to; trigger point therapy; contractile myofascial release; joint mobilizations; active stretching, hot stone therapy and Swedish massage.

She is passionate about helping her patients achieve optimal levels of health and wellness in their life through assessment and treatment tailored to their specific needs.  She believes in a whole body approach to treatment and relaxation.
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Kelly Masuhara

Kelly Masuhara

Angela Bellini

Angela Bellini

Angela is a 2012 graduate from the West Coast College of Massage Therapy 3000 hour program.  From previously working in an office environment and having an active lifestyle, Angela sought out massage therapy treatments to ease her own aches and pains.  This brought her to a new rewarding career path as a massage therapist along with her keen interest in learning about human anatomy.  

Angela uses a variety of techniques including deep tissue massage, myofascial release, joint mobilizations, and muscle energy techniques.  She takes a comprehensive overview of the clients presentations and tailors the treatment accordingly.  She believes that home care exercises are also an integral part of the treatment plan for an optimal health program. 

She is new to Langley and is looking forward to exploring it with her young son.
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Krystle Brock

Krystle Brock

Krystle is a compassionate and empathetic Registered Massage Therapist, who graduated from the West Coast College of Massage Therapy in 2016. She has pursued continuing education in techniques that work with fascia to reduce tension by calming the nervous system. Her treatment style is relaxing Swedish massage with targeted therapeutic modalities blended in: myofascial trigger point release for the knots we all get, facilitated stretching for tight areas, gentle mobilizations for stiff joints, and Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization when indicated. Her belief is that massage promotes the body's own natural healing process through the mind-body connection, and she feels privileged to help support her patients in their health and wellness.

For your convenience, she can direct bill your treatment to most benefit providers including: Pacific Blue Cross, RCMP Medavie Blue Cross (with your doctor's note), Sunlife, Manulife, Canada Life, and Desjardins.

You may reach Krystle at LangleyMassageTherapy@gmail.com by addressing your message to her attention.

Stephanie Shuttleworth

Stephanie Shuttleworth

Prior to becoming a Registered Massage Therapist, Stephanie spent nearly a decade working in Social Services. While working one on one with many individuals that had endured various forms of trauma, she learned very quickly the importance of her own self-care practice in order to maintain optimal wellness.

Stephanie’s genuine passion for the mind and body naturally led her to seek out a vast array of alternative health care methods over the years, both for herself and just as a general interest. Yoga and Massage Therapy became two of her favourite ways to reduce stress related symptoms and eventually decided that she wanted to learn more. In 2015, she completed her 200hr Yoga Teacher Training and transitioned out of her work in Social Services and into Massage Therapy. Stephanie graduated from WCCMT and completed registration exams in 2018.

As an RMT, Stephanie hopes to support individuals toward reaching their own wellness goals, from reducing pain and tension as a result of stress to assisting with rehabilitation after an accident or injury. She will provide an assessment and tailor each treatment specifically with your goals in mind.

She can be reached directly at sshuttleworth.rmt@gmail.com
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Tyler Bancroft


Tyler Bancroft

Tyler is a Registered Massage Therapist, graduating from the Westcoast College of Massage Therapy. Known for his deeper techniques, Tyler has worked with Professional, University, and Amateur athletes, focusing on both the rehabilitation of athletic injuries, as well as regular maintenance for injury prevention. In addition, he also treats many patients with back and neck pain from office and computer work, and everything in between. Tyler’s patient-centered approach combines effective treatment techniques with patient specific education to maximize relief and effectiveness.

Originally from Abbotsford, Tyler got married in 2019, and lives with his wife Kamilah and their puppy Micah in the Willoughby area. He enjoys playing soccer and hockey, as well as golfing and skiing with his wife. His other interests include real estate and stock market investing. Tyler and Kamilah have three sponsor children - Richardson and Lebrunson in Haiti, and Onsinee in Thailand.

Tyler is a proud member of the College of Massage Therapists of BC and the Registered Massage Therapists Association of BC. He can be reached at tylerbancroftrmt@gmail.com.
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Owen Grant

Owen Grant

Owen graduated from West Coast College of Massage Therapy in 2016. In his clinical practice he has experience treating a variety of conditions and injuries, and enjoys treating a range of patients, from athletes to office workers. His treatment style utilizes a combination of both active and passive techniques tailored to each patient’s individual needs. 

Owen has experience working as an RMT for the BCHL Coquitlam Express and Coquitlam Metro Ford Soccer Club. Owen’s treatment approach includes, but is not limited to, deep tissue massage, myofascial release, neuromuscular techniques, joint mobilizations, postural education and remedial exercise. He believes in providing patients with the take-home education necessary to progress through the healing process and to prevent further injury.

Outside of work, Owen is an active Brazilian Jiu Jitsu competitor and coach. He also enjoys hanging out with friends, lifting weights and playing golf. 

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