Jeannene is a registered massage therapist, who, in addition to providing myofascial ("deep tissue") and Swedish massage, has a special focus on subtle modalities such as biodynamic cranial touch, to support the nervous system and promote healing, function and well-being.
Jeannene also holds a degree in psychology and since 1998 has provided various therapies to children and adults who have autism spectrum disorder and other disabilities. She uses an individualized approach with each client to maximize health benefits, such as relief from pain and improvement in mood, body awareness and movement. From her work with clients and her own experience living with a chronic condition, Jeannene has more understanding of health challenges and disabilities.
Registered Massage Therapy has been a regulated health care profession in British Columbia since 1946. Defined as: "the health profession in which a person provides, for the purposes of developing, maintaining, rehabilitating or augmenting physical function, or relieving pain or promoting health, the services of (a) assessment of soft tissue and joints of the body, and (b) treatment and prevention of physical dysfunction, injury, pain and disorders of soft tissue and joints of the body by manipulation, mobilization and other manual methods.