Back pain, shoulder pain, and neck pain are common reasons people come to see Rob.
Rob first discovered massage therapy when he was a young martial arts athlete in his late teens. A friend introduced him to a practitioner of Rolfing Structural Integration at a wellness fair. He was very interested in how massage therapy can help correct dysfunction in the body and allow people to achieve their optimal balance and performance. At the time he was not able to pursue an education in this area and proceeded to get his Red Seal Certification in Carpentry. After working for years in the trades he noticed how the work he was doing was taking a toll on his body, this combined with the instability of the industry sparked him to re-consider his interest in becoming a massage therapist. He enrolled at the Okanagan Valley College of Massage Therapy and became fully involved in developing his career as a massage therapist.