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About Us

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The services we offer include both the massage therapy itself, and personal assessment both before and after treatment. We’ll be with you along your journey toward healing.  Our goal is to help you understand how the body works, along with the mind-body connection that can have such a powerful impact on well-being. With patients ranging from children to seniors, from athletes to people suffering from MS and COPD, we can help be part of a treatment plan for a wide range of ailments. 

 


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"Thank you for allowing us to be part of your better health"

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Registered Massage Therapist

1- 860 Eldorado St,

 Downtown Trail V1R 3V4

 ph:  250. 364 1433

 Lizette Tucker,  RMT:  has been in practice since 1999.  Originally from North Vancouver she moved to the Trail area in 2007 and has been running a full practice.  Lizette has seen her patients cope with injuries, pain management and more through the use of her manual techniques. She brings a strong foundation in medical sciences and medical therapies to the practice. She also knows firsthand how beneficial massage therapy can be – after a car accident, it was the only form of treatment she found helpful.

She has lots of experience working alongside other Health Care therapists and feels it is important for her patients that there is a good communication between all practitioners working on their care.   She has worked in clinic environments including; Chiropractors and other RMTs.   As well as working over 5 yrs in a long term care facility in West Vancouver.

Her primary concern is for patients to improve with care, for that reason she is continually upgrading her skills.   Her recent educational focus has been learning advanced manual therapy techniques and Pain science.  Lizette stays current on evidence-based /informed massage therapy and manual therapy practices.  She has had training in;


Myofascial Induction:  

There are many types of treatment styles to address myofascial restrictions.  We will work with the styles that best suit the presenting issue of the patient.


Visceral Manipulation
1: gentle manual therapy that assesses the structural relationships between the viscera (organs), and their fascial or ligamentous attachments to the various systems in the body.

2: assists functional and structural imbalances throughout the body including musculoskeletal, vascular, nervous, urogenital, respiratory, digestive, eliminatory, neuroendocrine and lymphatic dysfunction

Neuro Manipulation  
1: light-touch hands-on treatment that releases local nerve restrictions while at the same time examines the effect these local fixations have on the rest of the body, and by accessing this relationship, changes the more comprehensive (global) dysfunctional patterns.

2: enhances proper functioning of the nervous system - one of the communication highways throughout the body.

Joint Manipulation including Muscle Energy Induction
1: precise gentle engagement and soft tissue manipulation that applies a comprehensive approach to the treatment of the whole body and its relationship to the problematic joint, and not just the localized dysfunctional joint.

2: integrates all aspects of the joint including the nerve, artery, bone, capsule, and ligaments, as well as visceral and emotional connections


Kali D. Reglin, RMT:   has been practicing massage therapy in the west Kootenays since 2013.  Having completed her 3000-hour RMT training from Vancouver College of Massage Therapy, she since has established a thriving therapeutic practice and continues to feel passionate about helping people recover from injury and persistent pain.  Kali has always been intrigued by the intricacies of the human body and it’s innate capability to heal.  To further understand the body’s complexities and to deepen her skillset as a manual therapist, she is currently enrolled in a 5- year program as a student of osteopathy at the Canadian College of Osteopathy (Vancouver Campus, 2017-2022).

Within a massage therapy treatment you can expect that the primary focus will be on finding the “root cause” of symptoms. Using a variety of manual techniques, such as myofascial release, cranial sacral therapy and trigger point therapy, she delivers a focused, therapeutic session centered on the objective to restore normal, healthy function.  A thorough assessment and postural education will be provided, as well as other necessary tools to assist in recovery.  

Kali is committed to assisting her patients as they move through the obstacles affecting their physical bodies.  She believes this to be imperative to the wellbeing of the whole person.

 Special areas of interest include: Scar tissue work, post-surgical care, sports injuries, whiplash and concussion injuries, pre/post natal care, headaches/migraines, edema and acute or persistent pain.


Nadine Klawitter, RMT:  is new to the Kootenay’s and has been practicing massage therapy since 2012 when she graduated from the 3000 hour program at OVCMT in Vernon, BC. 

Since then she has been working at a multidisciplinary sports clinic in Kelowna, BC where she had the opportunity to treat a variety of different athletes, ranging from amateur and weekend warrior to professional levels. She has also worked for the past 4 winters at a cat skiing lodge in the Monashee mountain range where she was able to get good experience working with chronic and acute ski injuries. 

 Her treatments start with assessments of each individual patient, then consist of a variety of Osteopathic modalities and manual skill techniques including Myofascial release, trigger point therapy, muscle energy, and cranio-sacral release. 
Her goal with her patients is of restoring function and mobility and returning them back to their activities and life style.

 Nadine compliments the clinic with her skill set and interest to continue her education with modalities that follow an Osteopathic approach. Currently she is taking a 2 year continuing education course on integrated fascial techniques, as well as expanding her cranial therapy modalities to support her interest with concussions.  She has a strong interest in post-concussion therapy.  

 Nadine is excited to be in the Kootenay’s living in the lovely town of Rossland where she get to enjoy skiing in the winter and trail running, hiking and biking in the summer.