Erin Potter R.TCM.P
Erin Potter is a registered traditional Chinese medicine practitioner (R.TCM.P.) and the owner of Jade Wellness. She graduated from the International College of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Vancouver as a doctor of TCM IN 2005. She then completed a post-graduate program in Chengdu, China where she studied acupuncture, internal medicine and the foundation of Chinese Medicine in the classical literature. In 2007, Erin began her practice in Revelstoke.
Caillie Wallace R.M.T
Caillie Wallace is a Registered Massage Therapist (R.M.T) who studied at the West Coast College of Massage Therapy.
The techniques she has found to be most effective utilize Trigger Point Therapy, Myofascial Release, Joint Mobilization and a slow, deep approach to healing that involves both breath and focus. She also has a firm belief that appropriate home care is crucial to facilitating the path to health.
Kathryn Kennedy R.M.T
Kathryn is a Registered Massage Therapist and an active member of the College of Massage Therapists of BC. Kathryn is excited to be working with a variety of clients with the goal of bringing each individual to a place of healing and wellness. She is passionate about listening to each client’s concerns and then catering their treatment to suit their individual needs. She works with a variety of techniques including Deep Tissue, Myofascial Release, Swedish Massage, Trigger Point Therapy and Relaxation.
Sylvia Graham R.M.T
Sylvia decided to pursue a career as a registered massage therapist after an eight-year career as a spa therapist. After studying Swedish and Lomi Lomi massage, a love of yoga inspired her to study Traditional Thai Massage.
Through massage Sylvia strives to provide deep relaxation, relieve pain and muscular tension, and help the body restore balance. She enjoys blending techniques from Eastern and Western teachings to best serve her clients’ needs.
Leah Switzer R.M.T
Leah Switzer is a BC Registered Massage Therapist who studied at Okanagan Valley College of Massage Therapy and also holds a B.Sc. in Health Science from Mount Royal University. Leah is passionate about integrating evidence-based treatment techniques into a deeply relaxing, therapeutic massage. Leah believes in the ability of massage therapy to prevent injury, decrease recovery time, address muscular imbalances and reduce stress.
Peggy Howard D.C.
Dr. Peggy graduated from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College (CMCC) in Toronto in 2015, after pursuing Biology at the University of Victoria and Bamfield Marine Sciences Centre. Human health and anatomy were always her favourite subjects and when she combined them with a desire to work with her hands, she discovered a natural transition to chiropractic.
She has a passion for wellness centred care, which includes: exercise prescription and rehabilitation, gait and movement patterns, and lifestyle coaching. She is excited to offer a unique treatment plan to each person.
Kimberley Coupland R.AC
Kimberley (Kim) Coupland is a registered acupuncturist (R.Ac.) who graduated from the Alberta College of Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine. Post graduation, she travelled and observed in integrated hospitals in China, learning ways to integrate TCM with Western medicine and daily living protocols.
Kim has a background in Kinesiology (BSc.) specializing in biomechanics and outdoor pursuits which led to becoming a Certified Pedorthist (C Ped (C)). She combines her knowledge of biomechanics from Western medicine and healing principles of Eastern medicine to provide a unique and individualized treatment strategy.
Cathy Keenan R.AC
Cathy is a registered acupuncturist (RAc). She completed her diploma in Acupuncture at The Institute of Traditional Medicine in Toronto in 2009. After giving birth to her first child, she developed a rare pregnancy related disease and spent more than a year recovering from heart failure. While her body and mind were recovering, Cathy did a three-year, part-time internship with a third generation acupuncturist who practiced and taught Japanese Acupuncture. Cathy was drawn to this style of acupuncture for its gentle approach. Over the last few years Cathy has been working in a high volume community acupuncture clinic in downtown Toronto that offers accessible and inclusive health care to people in the community.
Cathy enjoys inspiring and empowering her patients to become active participants in their health and healing. For the last two decades, she has also taught movement/yoga classes. She can offer a wealth of knowledge on simple self-care and mindfulness practices to her patients.