Pointhouse Spa Practitioners
Georgia was introduced to yoga at the age of 16 and it has been part of her life ever since.She has practiced many styles over the years, but the classic, Hatha flow she teaches is her favourite. In 2009 she decided to follow her passion and make yoga her life’s focus. She completed her 200 HR Yoga Teacher Training at PranaYoga College and since then has also become certified in Restorative, Prenatal and Kids yoga. Her teaching style offers precise and safe instructions, emphasizing the importance of uniting breath and movement to create a meditative flow. Georgia is in bliss when she can share yoga with others and is deeply committed to spreading its spirit and joy.
Stephanie began her professional life with a business degree but during rehabilitation for a chronic low back injury she re-focused her career and returned to school to become a registered massage therapist.She completed a 3000 hr. training program in 2000 and has practised and taught continually since. Stephanie has worked with diverse communities including athletes, palliative care patients and the elderly. Her style is a slow, deep tissue based approach combining myofascial release with other techniques. This allows the soft tissue and nervous system time to reset and encourages relaxation and healing.
Lisa’s interest in health and wellness developed naturally after spending many working years involved with people with disabilities. A lower back injury introduced her to massage therapy as an alternative to medication for pain relief. Successful treatment made the idea of becoming a therapist truly appealing and inspiring. With the help of a supportive husband, pure determination and many, many ferry rides Lisa graduated from the accredited Utopia Academy of Massage Therapy in 2010 and in early 2011 started Porpoise Bay Massage Therapy.
Carol Spychka is a Certified Reflexology Practitioner and a registered member of the Reflexology Association of British Columbia. She studied at both the Academy of Reflexology in Alberta and the Universal College of Reflexology in British Columbia, and has several years experience as a private practitioner. Her commitment to lifelong health and wellness is reflected in her sessions, as she encourages and guides you through self-help techniques. Carol’s approach is gentle, non-invasive and therapeutic, stimulating the body’s natural healing processes. Treatments are profoundly relaxing and revitalizing.
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