Each of our therapists has unique styles and strengths. We encourage you to book with different therapists on our team to find those who best suit your needs.
Jessica completed her massage therapy training at The Vancouver College of Massage Therapy in 2015. She feels that massage therapy is an excellent modality for maintaining a healthy body and mind. Her treatments are catered to her patients’ individual needs and goals, with a focus on proper alignment and relaxation. Home care exercises are a critical component of her treatment plans. Jessica utilizes a variety of techniques and modalities and has experience working with a wide range of injuries and conditions. She is well versed in both Swedish and deep tissue techniques and enjoys utilizing her training in myofascial release, trigger point therapy, joint release, and passive/active stretching techniques to name a few. Before her Registered Massage Therapist training, she completed a 700-hour spa therapy program at the Vancouver School of Bodywork and Massage in 2011.
Selena is a 2011 graduate of the 3000-hour program at the West Coast College of Massage Therapy. She has experienced many different outreach placements, such as the Multiple Sclerosis and Parkinson InReach, an elderly care facility, George Pearson Centre, Burnaby Hospital and UBC Athletics. Her treatment style is more focused on therapeutic soft tissue release, postural and joint alignment, relaxation and some homecare remedial exercises. Patient education on body movements and workplace ergonomics are very important to Selena.
Rebecca graduated from the West Coast College of Massage Therapy in 2001. Health and wellness are extremely important to her, and she feels massage therapy plays an integral role in achieving and maintaining a healthy lifestyle. She has experience treating a variety of clients and conditions ranging from prenatal and acute injuries to stress relief and chronic pain. Rebecca uses a combination of relaxation and therapeutic techniques as well as home care regimens for maximum results. She has completed post-graduate studies in pre-and postnatal care, high-risk pregnancy care, muscle energy, joint mobilizations, osteopathic techniques, breast massage and remedial exercises, to list a few.
Konstantin Kobelev, BSc, RMT is a veteran of manual therapy. In addition to registered massage therapy, he has training in physiotherapy and rehabilitation. He also has a degree in sports physiology. Konstantin has worked in numerous health care facilities treating various acute and chronic musculoskeletal disorders. He has experience working with several handball and soccer clubs treating sport-related conditions. Konstantin was also involved in the health management training process of soccer, wrestling and shooting sports teams. Konstantin utilizes many different modalities in his clinical practice including Swedish massage, muscle energy, joint mobilization, myofascial release, craniosacral therapy, positional release and approximation techniques, active release techniques, deep tissue massage, trigger point therapy and structural integration. Konstantin uses a well-rounded approach to each condition, ensuring the best possible results in a time-effective manner. He enjoys spending time with each patient, ensuring all of their needs are met.
Upon graduating from university with a BA in sociology, Catherine began her study of massage therapy at the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy in Sutton, Ontario. After graduation, she became licensed in Ontario in 1996 and British Columbia in 1997. She has 18 years of experience and enjoys helping clients with all kinds of conditions to reduce their pain and reach their optimal health.
Drew graduated with honours from the Vancouver College of Massage Therapy in 2019. He is excited to be joining the team at Harmony and is currently accepting current and new patients.
Drew is originally from Fort McMurray, Alberta. His love for snowboarding and outdoor recreation compelled him to move to Whistler, BC in 2011. After several snowboarding related-injuries, Drew sought out massage therapy as a part of his rehabilitation process and experienced first-hand the benefits that it has to offer. This is what inspired Drew to complete the full time 3000-hour RMT program at VCMT.
Throughout his clinical internship, Drew experienced working at a variety of outreaches around Vancouver such as the St. George’s athletic teams, CrossFit training facilities, Ronald McDonald House, and pre/post event marathons. Drew has experience working with a wide range of conditions including—but not limited to—nerve compression injuries, repetitive strain injuries, sprains, whiplash associated disorder (WAD), adhesive capsulitis (frozen shoulder), migraines, and many sport-related injuries. He utilizes a combination of techniques such as myofascial release, joint mobilizations, and active stretching creating an individualized treatment plan for each one of his patients.
In his spare time, Drew enjoys walking his dogs, golfing, snowboarding, and his newest obsession: mountain biking.
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