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Massage Therapy


Osteopathy and Rolfing

Osteopathy is a type of alternative medicine that emphasizes manual readjustments, myofascial release and other physical manipulation of muscle tissue and bones. Rolfing is a technique of deep tissue manipulation aimed at the release and realignment of the body, and the reduction of muscular tension and stress.

Jaimie graduated from Okanagan Valley College of Massage Therapy in 2018 and grew up in Kelowna. She has a passion for health, wellness and fitness. Jaimie has always had an interest in human anatomy. Prior to massage therapy training she attended Okanagan College for personal training certification.

Jaimie is passionate about her career as a RMT, as it allows her to support clients to live their healthiest lifestyle and understand their own body. As a healthcare practitioner, she believes in whole body approach to wellness. She values the importance of identifying the root cause of pain and forming individualized and effective treatment plan to improve the patient’s condition. Jaimie practices a combination of myofascial release, trigger point therapy, neuromuscular therapy, gentle joint mobilizations, and Swedish massage.

Jaimie loves spending time with friends and family. Being newly married to her husband Joe, they enjoy winters on the local ski hills, summers on the beaches and travelling. She enjoys hiking Knox mountain and training at the gym before work. Jaimie looks forward to continuing her education with longer term plans of completing a bachelor of science degree.

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Jaylene was raised in Kelowna, where she enjoys spending time in nature, hiking, and snowboarding. She is interested in diet, exercise, and the inner workings of the human body. Jaylene pursued a career in massage therapy because of her interest in human anatomy and her passion for helping others. She believes that manual therapy combined with a self-care routine is key to a healthy body.

Her treatments are often focused on correcting postural dysfunction and muscular imbalances. She believes that massage therapy helps not only the physical body but is also beneficial for improving energy levels and decreasing stress. Jaylene is experienced in treating headaches, scoliosis, postural dysfunction, sciatica, and many other conditions.

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Jade was born in Quebec. At the age of 8 her family moved to California, a year later she moved back to Canada to Ontario. 5 years later, once again to California before settling down in the beautiful Okanagan valley. Jade’s passion for Massage Therapy started when she was in her teens. Her mother practiced massage which sparked her interest. She was inspired with the changes that could be made in someone’s life with simply using your hands.

As she began her course in Registered Massage Therapy she grew more and more enthused as she learned exactly how she could help people. Through school Jade learned how to treat many different conditions including but not limited to: whiplash, low back pain, TMJ, headaches/migraines, shoulder/hip pain, plantar fasciitis, hip flexor issues to name a few.

When Jade isn’t spending her time improving someone’s quality of life, she’s often in the wilderness. Having many outdoor hobbies such as hiking, biking, fishing, canoeing, swimming, and camping to name a few. Jade also enjoys a good music show or a quiet movie night.

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Joel Cosman is a Manual Osteopath and Certified Rolfer originally from St. John, New Brunswick. Joel has a Bachelors of Science degree in biochemistry and microbiology from the University of Victoria. He completed training at the Rolf Institute of Structural Integration in Boulder, Colorado in 2015 and went on to successfully complete training as a Manual Osteopath at the National Academy of Osteopathy in 2017. Joel uses a whole-body systematic approach that includes optimizing function, movement, and wellness with manual techniques and mobilizations that decrease pain, postural dysfunction, and restriction of movement.

Joel’s treatments can help:

Increase energy and nervous system balance

Improve digestive system balance

Rehabilitate sports injuries

TMJ pain, vertigo, tinnitus

Increase flexibility and range of motion

Posture/alignment

Rehabilitate from car accidents/whiplash

Relieve chronic neck pain/back pain

Clients are asked to wear attire that allows access to the back, and

lower legs, therefore, running shorts and a sports bra are appropriate

for women, and running shorts and shirtless for men.

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Jordan was introduced to massage therapy after recovering from a snowboarding accident which left him with a prognosis of lifelong chronic pain. While being treated with massage therapy for his own injuries, Jordan became fascinated with the amount of anatomical knowledge his RMT had and was amazed at the results from treatment. With the combination of yoga, therapeutic exercise and massage therapy, Jordan recovered from chronic pain.

Jordan decided that he would pursue a career in Massage Therapy, and attended the 3000 hour RMT program at Okanagan Valley College of Massage Therapy and graduated in 2011. After practicing at Squamish Physiotherapy for several years, Jordan relocated to Kelowna to be closer to family.

In 2016, Jordan founded Mission Health and Wellness in Kelowna, BC. He uses massage therapy to treat patients with a wide range of conditions.

Jordan has additional training in the assessment and treatment of the cervical, thoracic, and lumbar spine and has participated in manual therapy research for frozen shoulder. Jordan also has training in osteopathic treatment of nerve impingement, to help patients recover from numbness and tingling. Whiplash has been a major focus of Jordan’s practice, as he regularly treats patients injured in motor vehicle accidents.

While not at the office, Jordan spends much of his time studying and reading, doing self-care (therapeutic exercise, yoga, meditation), snowboarding, spending time with friends and family, cooking, and traveling. He supervises the RMT student clinic at Vancouver Career College Kelowna campus and has a passion for sharing what he has learned and studied with his patients and students.

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Uttam graduated from Okanagan Valley College of Massage Therapy in 2020 with honors in both Clinical and Academic Sciences. His passion for a balanced lifestyle and interest in kinesiology drove him towards a career in manual therapy. He believes that most biomechanical pain is directly or indirectly related to muscular imbalance, weakness or lack of extensibility somewhere in the kinetic chain, as well as the idea that physiology and psychology are strongly correlated. With the help of a thorough interview, assessment, treatment plan and a personalized strength and stretch routine, Uttam strives to address the root cause of his patients’ complaints and not just their symptoms. He uses a variety of techniques like Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation, Myofascial Release and Joint Mobilization in his treatments and is interested in further education in Graston, Yoga Therapy and Advanced Fascial Stretching. Uttam focuses on joint dysfunction, especially in the shoulder, knee, and spine, as well as posture corrective therapy. He focuses on assisting his patients in meeting their goals of being strong, pain free and mobile. In the past, Uttam has dabbled in engineering, before moving to Canada for a University diploma in Adventure Sports Management in 2013. He has since managed a coffee shop, been a whitewater raft guide in Jasper, sea kayak guide in Tofino, swiftwater rescue technician with Kamloops Search and Rescue, automotive service technician, and a tow truck driver on the Coquihalla highway. Outside of the clinic, Uttam enjoys functional training and Olympic lifting, riding his motorcycle, cooking, camping at hot springs and making new connections with people along the way.

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Originally from Calgary, Julius moved to the Okanagan in 2007 to play junior hockey. He became interested in the ability of massage therapy to promote healing through his own experiences as an athlete requiring massage therapy for his own previous injuries.

Julius graduated from the Vancouver Career College in Kelowna in 2018. He enjoys working with athletes of all kinds, helping them overcome injury and limitation, and improve their performance. He has a strong belief that dysfunction should be treated at its root cause, and he uses a thorough assessment process to help him discover and then correct it. Julius loves to help people take charge of their own health, and he believes in helping his clients increase their knowledge about their body to best enable them to do so.

When not in his treatment room, Julius is often outside on an adventure with his dog, at the beach, in a course or reading a study about the newest research on massage therapy techniques. Julius is a big believer in continuing education and is looking forward to continuing to search out the best information to help his patients. Julius looks forward to working with new and regular patients as a Registered Massage Therapist at Mission Health and Wellness

Originally from Calgary, Julius moved to the Okanagan in 2007 to play junior hockey. He became i... Read More

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