Erin Potter R.TCM.P

Erin Potter is a registered traditional Chinese medicine practitioner (R.TCM.P.) and the owner of Jade Wellness. In 2005 she graduated from the International College of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Vancouver as a doctor of TCM. 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 2016, Erin began studying under Sharon Weizenbaum, embracing the classical approach to understanding and utilizing Chinese medicine. This training has not only refined her skills in herbal medicine but has also enriched her ability to provide comprehensive and holistic care to her patients.

After more than a decade of building her practice, Erin discovered Saam acupuncture – a style developed by a Buddhist monk in the mid 17th century.  By incorporating Saam into her practice, she has opened new avenues for healing and transformation.

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.

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.TCM.P.

Kimberley (Kim) Coupland is a registered traditional Chinese medicine practitioner (R.TCM.P.) 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’s heart-centered approach to acupuncture is one of the biggest loves of her life. She is passionate and dedicated to working and supporting individuals of all ages in discovering more freedom in themselves, whether it be musculoskeletal, immune, digestive, gynecological or emotional constraints. Emotions, as seen in Chinese medicine play a major role in our health and wellbeing. 

Treatments are personalized for each individual and often include simple nutritional recommendations based on Chinese Medicine energetics, Qi Gong exercises, acupressure, and other self-care strategies.  

After receiving her acupuncture diploma at The Institute of Traditional Medicine in Toronto in 2009, Cathy went on to study and practice various styles of acupuncture including the gentler style of Japanese Acupuncture, offering accessible and inclusive health care in Community Acupuncture, Auricular Acupuncture for stress and addiction, Facial Rejuvenation Acupuncture and has completed a six month mentorship in Advanced Classical Acupuncture which is a comprehensive system that uses all 68 acupuncture channels in their totality to help treat a wide range of conditions including chronic degenerative diseases.

Whitney Hughes R.M.T

Whitney is a graduate of the 3000 hour accredited massage therapy program at KCCIHS in Nelson, BC. Whitney brings a multi-faceted holistic approach to her treatment by considering all contributing factors to dysfunction and pain. Whitney strives to empower her clients through education and awareness, making them a valuable member of the team in their treatment.

Jenny Beatty, D.C.

Dr. Jenny graduated from palmer College of Chiropractic West in San Jose, California and sees patients of all ages including pregnant mamas, babies, kids, families and seniors.
Dr. Jenny has been practicing for over 22 years and has practiced in various countries and practice settings.

Dr Jenny’s goal is to assist people wherever they are on their individual life and health journeys and to allow them to feel comfortable being at that place. Dr Jenny provides a comfortable relaxing space which allows people to open up to the true underlying causes of their aches, pains, and various symptoms. Dr Jenny is dedicated to teaching people not only about their physical bodies, but of their body-mind-spirits and how physical, emotional and chemical stresses, are showing up in their physical bodies.

By removing any interferences disrupting the body’s inner wisdom, the brain and body can reconnect through the nervous system, allowing proper body functions but also ultimately allowing the person to reconnect with themselves and learn how their bodies intuitively guide them to true health.

Kirk Lewis, D.C.

Dr Kirk Lewis is a Chiropractor who graduated from Western States Chiropractic College in 2006. After finishing chiropractic college Dr Lewis moved to Edmonton and owned a chiropractic clinic for six years. Dr. Kirk Lewis moved to the Okanagan, in 2012, with his wife, Shannon, and their three children to participate in a healthy and active lifestyle. Dr Kirk Lewis has an interest in soft issue rehabilitation using various techniques such as Shockwave Therapy, Functional Range Release, Active Release technique, and IASTM. Dr Kirk Lewis uses various chiropractic techniques for therapy including the activator, IQ impulse tool, diversified technique, and drop table.

Grace Mcliroy

Grace is a Remedial Masseuse from Australia with six years of experience She specializes in relieving lower back pain, sciatica, and tension headaches. Grace provides customized treatments that include a relaxing warm-up and deep tissue massage techniques. Whether you need pain relief, rehabilitation from an injury, or simply want to relax, Grace can help you achieve your treatment goals.

Judith Wells, BSc, DC, RMT

A highly skilled Chiropractor, Athletic Therapist, Craniosacral Practitioner and Registered Massage Therapist, Judith joins us all the way from Toronto, and we couldn’t be more excited to have her on board.

She’ll be practicing as a Registered Massage Therapist and has expertise in athletic injuries, pre and post-natal care, and more.

She has appointments available for July, and then she heads back to Toronto until December when she hopes to be back for another guest appearance.