We’re currently looking for another RMT to join the collective! We’ve got flexible hours and weekend availability starting April 1, 2019. Please contact Brad Neate at email@example.com to set up a time to view the space and see if it resonates for you.
A little about Brad Neate;
Creator of Resonance Wellness Collective and practicing RMT;
Brad is so excited to share his passion of health and wellness with you! He’s been a practicing RMT serving the downtown Vancouver community, for over 10 years. He won third place in 2016 for Vancouver’s Top RMT and a satisfying gold in 2017, voted from the popular downtown newspaper “The West Ender.”
Brad’s also been an athlete his entire life and is often found out running, swimming, and biking! He completed the Whistler Ironman 70.3 in 2018 and survived to tell the tale. This experience has helped him understand the importance of preventative care in athletic training and has broadened his understanding on sports massage therapy.
Brad’s approach to treatment has evolved over the years and his practice is now primarily centered around Myofascial Release (MFR), Craniosacral Therapy (CST), and Visceral Mobilization (VM). He understands that intention into tissue holds a lot of therapeutic value and enjoys working with these deeper structures within the body.
Brad believes in a whole body approach to treatment, and uses testing/re-testing to measure changes made within the physical form. He’s a goal driven therapist and excited to share his passion with you! He’s currently back in school studying a two year Visceral Mobilization program and taking his education to the next level! Please feel free to ask him any questions regarding this fascinating field of body work and somatic exploration.
Welcome Dr. Samantha. Jennings (DCTM) to the Wellness Collective
A little bit about this powerhouse of a practitioner and what she offers;
Samantha Jennings, Dr.TCM, R.Ac.
Samantha has been a practitioner of Chinese Medicine for the past 36 years! She is a graduate of the Canadian College of Acupuncture & Traditional Chinese Medicine and was fortunate to have trained in Classical Five Element Acupuncture as well as Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), including herbal training.
Since then she has done post-graduate work with such notables as Lonny Jarrett (Massachusetts), Gye Bennett (Australia), and is currently a student of Dr. Jeffrey Yuen (NY). She is currently engaged in the study of plant affinities for the elements & organ systems and the use of essential oils on acupoints.
Samantha is also a graduate of the Academy of Botanical Medicine: California School of Herbal Studies, as well as having completed the two-year professional training in Hakomi: Body-Centered Psychotherapy, with mentorship from Jon Eisman, Senior Hakomi Trainer.
Samantha’s specialties are Five Element spiritually-based acupuncture, acupressure and vibrational medicine. The application of Sound Healing is an integral part of her practice, which is now in Vancouver, B.C. She continues to travel the world to study with superlative teachers.