Kayli graduated in 2014 from the West Coast College of Massage Therapy in
New West, BC.
Throughout the program she gained experience with a wide range
of pathologies in clinic and hospital settings that included high risk
pregnancy, insomnia, headaches, spinal cord injuries, amputation, ALS, and
With previous schooling in the arts, Master level Reiki and soon to be yoga
teacher, Kayli is passionate about using her hands for healing. Her approach
to massage therapy comes from a place of compassion, clinical understanding
and providing more than one tool to maintain a healthy body.
“My goal with treating each person is to establish full body awareness,
bring a positive approach to rehabilitation and restore one to their natural
state of wellness”.
Currently, she treats many clients of all ages with injuries from whiplash,
sports accidents, TOS, stress related tension and postural imbalances.
Techniques most often used in treatment include, but aren’t limited to,
Traditional Swedish, Trigger Point Release, Myofascial Release and passive
range of motion.