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Hello, I’m Zach and I am a Registered Massage Therapist at Strength Through Motion.

I grew up in Kitsilano Vancouver but have recently moved to Richmond. Throughout my education I had a passion for sports, rehab and anatomy. Growing up playing hockey, baseball and soccer led me to want a career in rehabilitation. I met a lot of injuries over the years and received an assortment of help and rehab. Getting to see first hand how trained professionals can help with injuries was very inspiring.

Working as an RMT has provided me the toolset and environment to fully realize these passions. I completed my 3,000 hour RMT program in August 2017 and I hope see many patients and help them achieve their therapeutic goals.

I’m thrilled to be joining this energetic community of staff and patients alike.

Hello, I’m Zach and I am a Registered Massage Therapist at Strength Through Motion. I grew up in... Read More

Dr. Michael Liang was born and raised in Toronto, Ontario. Prior to attending Chiropractic College he received his Bachelor of Human Kinetics from the University of Windsor with a focus in Movement Science. He was drawn to chiropractic after chronic episodes of low back pain and neck pain were successfully treated by chiropractic care. He pursued and completed his Doctor of Chiropractic degree at Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College.

Dr. Liang believes in a patient-centered approach to health care. He utilizes his extensive training to deliver high-quality chiropractic care and implements a variety of techniques into his individualized treatment plans, including spinal manipulation, muscle release therapy, instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization, and patient education.

Dr. Michael Liang was born and raised in Toronto, Ontario. Prior to attending Chiropractic Colleg... Read More

As well as working as a Kinesiologist, Troy works as a model. Fun facts about Troy is that he is a self taught sketch artist and used to play Rugby at a semi elite level.

Troy is passionate about movement quality, measurable results and working along with other practitioners in order to aid in offering a comprehensive treatment plan

“My passion for health, fitness and rehabilitation started in my senior high school years and really came together when discovering Kinesiology. It helped me understand my own injuries and allowed me to combine everything that I am passionate about and to help others”

As well as working as a Kinesiologist, Troy works as a model. Fun facts about Troy is that he is ... Read More

Before becoming an RMT, Jeremy worked as a Dementia Unit Coordinator. During the free time he had, Jeremy was involved in competitive basketball, hockey, tennis, and softball leagues around Vancouver. His body unfortunately could not keep up with the physical demands of all his sports which lead to various injuries. However, those injuries put him through a path of sports rehabilitation which landed him where he is today!

It wasn’t long after Jeremy first started seeing a Registered Massage Therapist before he knew that a career in massage therapy was for him. Jeremy has always extended a helping hand to those in most need of it. He graduated from the West Coast College of Massage Therapy’s 3000 hour program.

In addition to his passion of helping people of all athletic levels meet, maintain, and excel at their performance goals, it is important to him to work with a wide variety of patients with an array of treatment needs to maintain their activities of daily living.

Jeremy’s style of Registered Massage Therapy is to not only treat patient’s symptoms, but he takes the time to learn about them, their habits and history, to try to figure out the root of the cause. He also teaches home care stretches and exercises, as well as preventative measures to maximize the effectiveness of the treatment and to minimize the chances of re-injury.

Before becoming an RMT, Jeremy worked as a Dementia Unit Coordinator. During the free time he had... Read More

Jenni is currently only accepting new patients seeking pregnancy or postpartum massage.

Jenni’s exposure to holistic coaches and mentors, as well as her compassion to help others, led her to massage therapy. Graduating from the 3,000 hour Registered Massage Therapy Program in 2017 at the Vancouver College of Massage Therapy gave her a deeper appreciation for the complexities of the human anatomy and understanding of the wide array of benefits massage can provide to people in need of relief.

Jenni takes pride in creating individual treatment plans to help patients reach their goals and get back to doing the activities they love using various therapeutic techniques, such as trigger point release, deep tissue massage, relaxation, stress reduction and myofascial release during treatments.

Jenni is very interested in women’s health including pregnancy and postpartum care. She has taken continuing education courses focussed around women’s health and she is very excited to continue learning.

In her free time, Jenni enjoys spending time with her dog, training for trail races, weight lifting and trying new sports. Over the years, exercise and functional fitness have shown her the importance of body awareness and the necessary aspects of recovery and maintenance to allow the body to perform to the best of its abilities.

Jenni is currently only accepting new patients seeking pregnancy or postpartum massage. Jenni’s ... Read More

Cameron trained and obtained his Doctorate of Physiotherapy in Melbourne Australia in 2015. While in Australia, he had worked for several Australian Football teams with on and off-field rehab.

His approach uses a patient-first model, tailoring every session to the needs of each individual. He enjoys utilizing a combination of hands-on manual therapy with exercise prescription in his sessions, standing by the motto “move to improve”. He is also certified in Functional Dry Needling through Kinetacore (Level 2), a tool which is very effective in relieving muscle tension as well as helping with functional retraining.

Outside of helping people out, Cameron likes to participate in many sports including volleyball, dodgeball, and ultimate frisbee.

Cameron trained and obtained his Doctorate of Physiotherapy in Melbourne Australia in 2015. While... Read More

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