Registered Massage Therapist
Aubrey is a warm, kind individual with a keen interest in helping people achieve their health goals and feel their best. Throughout her life Aubrey has enjoyed being active, growing up playing sports and competing in dressage – it was through a riding related injury that she was introduced to massage therapy and experienced the benefits of massage for herself.
Aubrey graduated from Vancouver College of Massage Therapy where she gained hands on clinical experience treating a wide range of individuals from elite athletes to elderly populations. Some of the conditions she has experience treating are overuse injuries, postural dysfunction, sprains, headaches, thoracic outlet syndrome, adhesive capsulitis, back and neck pain, SI joint dysfunction, carpal tunnel syndrome and pregnancy related discomfort, to name a few.
Aubrey was fortunate to participate in in-depth anatomy labs, providing her with a thorough understanding of the intricate connections within the human body. Aubrey’s training has taught her that by achieving a state of balance within the musculoskeletal and nervous system, many orthopedic conditions can be effectively treated. The treatment modalities she focuses on are myofascial release, neuromuscular techniques, trigger point release, active and passive stretching tied together with swedish massage.
Aubrey believes in educating patients about the possible source of their symptoms, empowering them to participate in their health by incorporating stretching, strengthening and daily movement to prolong the benefits gained from massage therapy treatment.
Aubrey looks forward to diving deeper into studying the areas of women’s health, sport rehabilitation, visceral manipulation and craniosacral therapy.
Outside of the clinic Aubrey maintains an active lifestyle through working out, running and hiking. Aubrey also enjoys getting creative with cooking, reading, getting into nature and spending time with her family, friends and dog “Oskie”.