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Credit Card Policy: We require a valid credit card on file for all bookings. This is to facilitate contactless payment and to ensure a valid method of payment is available for treatments booked outside of regular reception hours. Your credit card will be charged for balances remaining at the time of your treatment after your insurance plan has been billed or in the instance where there is a No Show or Late Cancel visit as set out in our No Show and Late Cancel Policy. You do have the option to use another payment method at the time of treatment during regular reception hours. Credit cards are required to book online and if booked over the phone, you will be required to add your card through a secure intake form in order to keep your appointment.

Cancellation Policy: Your appointment time is reserved just for you. As such, we require 24 hours notice for any cancellations or changes to your appointment. In the absence of 24 hours notice, you will be charged the full cost of your treatment, unless we are able to fill your appointment with another client, in which case, you will not be charged. If you are needing to cancel, please let us know as soon as possible. The more time we have, the more chance we have of filling your appointment. If it is after hours, an email as well as a phone call increases the chance that we will get your message and have time to refill the appointment. - PLEASE NOTE: Insurance Companies can NOT be billed for a short notice cancellation or NO SHOW visit.

Acupuncture

Acupuncture, Traditional Chinese Medicine & Herbal Medicine


Registered Massage Therapy

Registered Massage Therapy


Naturopathic Medicine

Dr. Haile Michaelson, ND offers Naturopathic services to BC residents in person and remote (phone or video). In BC, naturopathic physicians are primary care doctors and BC health care prescribers. Dr. Haile has practiced for 12 years, with a special focus on mental health, trauma recovery, women's health, and fertility. Her services include consultations, acupuncture & bodywork, microscopic bl... Read More

Dr. Haile Michaelson, ND offers Naturopathic services to BC residents in person and remote (phone or video). In BC, naturopathic physicians are primary care doctors and BC health care prescribers. Dr. Haile has practiced for 12 years, with a special focus on mental health, trauma recovery, women's health, and fertility. Her services include consultations, acupuncture & bodywork, microscopic blood analysis, lab interpretation, functional medicine, IV vitamin infusions and shots. Hands-on healing sessions are a fusion of Bodytalk, acupuncture, energy modalities, relaxation and nervous system regulating massage, and cupping. Consultation sessions encompass treatment protocols, somatic regulation, pharmaceutical and supplement prescriptions and blood analysis for nutrient status, and signs of inflammation, yeast, parasites, autoimmunity, toxicity and digestive status. Please note that extended medical can only be used for BC clients seeing her within her Naturopathic Practice. If you live outside of BC, please call reception :)


Manual Osteopathic Therapy

Manual Osteopathic therapy encompasses a range of methodologies and techniques based on palpatory assessment. A main concept of osteopathy is to release obstructions and realign structures by working with the inherent rhythms of the body, thereby promoting self-regulation. This may include alignment of bone and visceral/organic structures, releasing tension in the muscles and fascia, assistin... Read More

Manual Osteopathic therapy encompasses a range of methodologies and techniques based on palpatory assessment. A main concept of osteopathy is to release obstructions and realign structures by working with the inherent rhythms of the body, thereby promoting self-regulation. This may include alignment of bone and visceral/organic structures, releasing tension in the muscles and fascia, assisting nerve pathways and passage of vital fluids such as arterial, venous, and lymphatic systems, as well brain and spinal fluid via the cranio-sacral mechanism.

A comprehensive health interview is done along with a full body assessment to look for areas in possible relation to symptoms, as well to examine significant events which the body has been through, involving compensation or adaptations, or even the influence of gravity on posture, or repetitive activities. Important events could be surgeries, illnesses, injuries (e.g. falls or whiplash), and even emotional events can stress the body. Past events can relate to, or compound current symptoms and addressing them can assist with improvements. An example is scar tissue preventing mobility, or causing a pull to distant structures.
Others who might consider osteopathy are those experiencing chronic pain, digestive symptoms, headaches, fatigue, hormonal disturbances, or who have an interest in maintaining a healthy body and physical function. Additionally, any individual can benefit from the opportunity to experience more balance between the sympathetic ‘flight-or-flight’ state of this busy ‘modern world’ and the ‘rest-and-digest’ parasympathetic state, being increasingly recognized as decreasing inflammation.


Craniosacral Therapy

Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy - BCST® is a profound healing practice that supports your whole system through a light listening touch. When our bodies feel supported and heard we can enter the deepest states of relaxation. The key is to bring the system into a state of rest long enough to access the inner wisdom of the body and allow it to facilitate health and wholeness. This inherent wisdom ... Read More

Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy - BCST® is a profound healing practice that supports your whole system through a light listening touch. When our bodies feel supported and heard we can enter the deepest states of relaxation. The key is to bring the system into a state of rest long enough to access the inner wisdom of the body and allow it to facilitate health and wholeness. This inherent wisdom of your body is what guides the session, allowing your body to release and unwind as it needs in order to heal and re-balance.

Our bodies are born orientating to health. BCST® works with our body’s innate intelligence to heal itself. For example, when you get a cut you don’t need to think about how to heal the cut. Our body is programmed to know how.


Infant Massage Therapy

Infant Massage is an amazing tool to learn as a parent to build a stronger connection between parent and baby. The benefits are numerous and include but are not limited to: deepening the bond between parent and baby, assisting in decreasing baby tension and stress, a decrease in discomfort from colic, congestions, teething and emotional stress. Massage regulates, strengthen and stimulates the... Read More

Infant Massage is an amazing tool to learn as a parent to build a stronger connection between parent and baby. The benefits are numerous and include but are not limited to: deepening the bond between parent and baby, assisting in decreasing baby tension and stress, a decrease in discomfort from colic, congestions, teething and emotional stress. Massage regulates, strengthen and stimulates the nervous, muscular, immune, respiratory, circulatory and digestive systems, It also encourages baby to learn how to relax their tight muscles and release tension and for baby to develop a healthy recognition with positive touch.

The benefits for parents include developing and strengthening the bond between yourself and your baby, developing and nurturing healthy communication, heighten the parents understanding of their baby's cues and encourages the parents confidence in infant care.

These treatments are both a positive touch experience for baby and also an educational experience for the parent. The RMT will work with the parent and baby following the baby's cues through their behavior and body language to ensure a positive experience throughout the treatment. The baby guides the treatment always.

Jordan graduated and earned her Registered Massage Therapy Diploma from the 3-year Okanagan Valley College of Massage Therapy program in 2014. She has since been working as an RMT in Kelowna. Jordan chose to pursue massage therapy because of her love for helping others, and because she is a believer in its holistic approach to healing. She also believes in the positive role that massage therapy can provide for both our physical and mental health.

People often see Jordan for treatment of chronic pain, postural dysfunction, headaches, muscle tension, whiplash, stress, anxiety, and depression. Jordan is also passionate about prenatal and postnatal massage. She is experienced with helping women remain healthy, pain free and stress free during their pregnancies and postpartum.

Apart from massage therapy, Jordan loves spending time outdoors in the Okanagan with her fiancé, family, and pup. Some of her hobbies include hiking, camping and gardening. Jordan looks forward to helping her clients live a healthier and more pain free life.

Jordan graduated and earned her Registered Massage Therapy Diploma from the 3-year Okanagan Valle... Read More

Rachel has been practicing Massage Therapy for over 25 years. She graduated from the West Coast College of Massage Therapy in Vancouver before moving to Kelowna to begin her journey as an RMT, while enjoying the abundant recreation the Okanagan offers in all four seasons. Her passion for the healing arts began at a young age and has grown over the years as she is continually inspired by the body’s complexity and it’s innate ability to heal with proper guidance and facilitation. Her work synthesizes traditional and modern treatment techniques with a thorough understanding of the structure and function of the body. A treatment with Rachel may incorporate modalities such as deep tissue massage, myofascial remodeling, Swedish massage, trigger point therapy, stretching and Muscle Energy Techniques, blending skill with intuition to achieve thorough, effective results while working within each person’s comfort level.

During the pandemic, Rachel stepped back from her practice and enrolled in a 14- month Manual Osteopathic Therapy program to delve a little deeper beyond the musculoskeletal system. This training has enhanced her skills as an RMT, as well as provided more ‘tools’ to explore the other systems of the body, such as the nervous system, the lymphatic/circulatory system, and the organs. Her focus is to efficiently find the root cause of dysfunction and arising compensations using a variety of techniques to provide the most effective treatment tailored specifically for each individual.

Rachel is a compassionate therapist who understands that life can become unbalanced in today’s fast-paced environment. Whether it be an acute injury, chronic pain, or stress-overload, it is essential to slow down and give your body the space to heal, let your mind have a moment to unwind. Rachel strongly believes that incorporating manual therapy into your healthcare can help lead to a more balanced state of wellbeing, and she looks forward to connecting with you.

Rachel has been practicing Massage Therapy for over 25 years. She graduated from the West Coast C... Read More

Alisa (she/her) graduated from Okanagan Valley College of Massage Therapy in November 2022 and became registered with CMTBC in May 2023.

Alisa likes to think that in a past or alternate life she ran away with the circus. She loves everything from aerial performances to contortion and handstands. This is one reason she decided to pursue massage therapy –to learn more about how our incredible bodies work and how to keep them healthy and functional!

Alisa believes that massage therapy can be a powerful tool to help prevent injuries as well as rehabilitate them. She also believes that mental and physical health are equally important and that massage can be beneficial for both. Whatever your health goals are, Alisa wants to help you achieve them!

Alisa likes to use a variety of techniques within her treatments, including Swedish massage, myofascial release, pin and stretch, and neuromuscular techniques. She looks forward to expanding her knowledge within the massage therapy field to ensure she is the best therapist she can be.

Alisa (she/her) graduated from Okanagan Valley College of Massage Therapy in November 2022 and be... Read More

Mellen is Canada’s highest certified female snowboard instructor, and has worked in both northern and southern hemisphere winters. Mellen has been an RMT since 2012, working as a RMT between winters and has taught physiology at a massage college. Mellen moved to the Okanagan in 2004, first to Silver Star and then to Big White. Over 22 years as a professional snowboard instructor, as well as a recreational Ironman triathlete she find the best outcomes in healing, injury prevention, pain management and general well being come from a pre-habilitation and rehabilitation routine that includes massage therapy.

Mellen is Canada’s highest certified female snowboard instructor, and has worked in both northern... Read More

Taylor graduated from the Okanagan Valley College of Massage Therapy (OVCMT) in November of 2021 and passed her registration board exams through CMTBC in May of 2022. Taylor grew up in the East Kootenay’s where she played many sports such as gymnastics, soccer, volleyball and cross country running. She was lead to Massage Therapy as a part of her rehabilitation journey after suffering from a sports related ACL injury. After receiving several treatments provided by her local RMT she was able to continue to maintain an active and healthy lifestyle. Taylor knew from a young age that she wanted to work in a health profession where she would truly be helping others to live as their healthiest and happiest self. She has a passion for manual lymphatic drainage, sports rehabilitation massage as well as prenatal and postnatal massage. Taylor is eager to develop an amazing client base and to expand her knowledge in her new profession as a Registered Massage Therapist. Taylor can not wait to start her new chapter in the beautiful city of Kelowna.

Taylor graduated from the Okanagan Valley College of Massage Therapy (OVCMT) in November of 2021 ... Read More

Jenny is a graduate of the Kelowna location of Vancouver Career College. She is passionate about the benefits of massage for mind and body and strives to ensure each treatment is tailored to the individual goals of her clients. Jenny believes in a holistic approach to health and wellness which makes massage therapy a perfect fit for her.

Jenny is proud to be born and raised in Kelowna and enjoys all the Okanagan has to offer including hiking, skiing and running. After suffering a severe injury during a car accident while training for Ironman in 2005, she enlisted the help of a massage therapist. Not only did she meet her goal of completing the race, she developed a lifelong love of massage therapy. Since then she has been a strong advocate for the benefits of massage therapy which include preventing and treating injuries along with reducing pain and stress to name a few. She feels almost everyone can benefit from massage therapy and enjoys educating her patients on how they can get the most out of each session.

Jenny is a graduate of the Kelowna location of Vancouver Career College. She is passionate about ... Read More

Alicia is a Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapist. She graduated from the Body Intelligence Program in 2022 and is now a practicing therapist registered with the Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy Association of North America.

Her childhood was spent in Ottawa with dreams centered around becoming a doctor in some faraway land. She was deeply fascinated with how the body worked and found early, her aptitude to help people learn about how our incredible bodies work. Alicia did get to live in that faraway land, running a social enterprise business in SE Asia for over 10 years.

When she returned to Canada, Alicia embarked on a healing journey, focusing on blending meditation and anatomy. It was this journey of discovery that led her to further study the area of Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy. Alicia appreciates and acknowledges the requirements of this type of therapy to address the whole being in its physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual capacities. She has also had great success working with children and has come to realize the great potential this therapy has in children.

Alicia’s passions are diverse and include more than just the umbrella of therapy such as the role of soil in health and regenerative farming, modern homesteading, human trauma resolution techniques and meditation for physical and emotional health.

When she is not in the clinic you will find Alicia at least waist deep in any one of the Okanagan lakes with her family, nose deep in a never-ending pile of books, or elbows deep in the soil gardening.

Alicia is a Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapist. She graduated from the Body Intelligence Program i... Read More

Ben graduated from Vancouver Career College at the Kelowna location in 2018 and passed his registration board exams through the CMTBC in 2022. From a young age Ben has lived an active lifestyle, being involved in numerous sports and making the most out of the beautiful Okanagan valley through backpacking and snowboarding. After receiving several sports related injuries Ben quickly realized how beneficial massage could be, both for injury prevention and recovery.

As an RMT, Ben is passionate about working on sports related injuries, treating discomfort and posture imbalances from long days at a desk, and providing clients with the knowledge needed to be an active participant in their own recovery. Coupling an effective treatment plan with a positive relaxing environment is Ben’s top priority.

Ben graduated from Vancouver Career College at the Kelowna location in 2018 and passed his regist... Read More

Sian graduated from the Vancouver College of Massage Therapy in 2017 before moving to the Okanagan for the warmth and vineyards. She always knew a desk job wasn’t for her, and it was through playing sports, dance and practicing yoga that she came to understand the connection between a healthy body and a happy life. Massage Therapy was an intuitive choice as a career. Ever the student, her passion is to constantly learn and share with others to empower them to take control of their own health journey.

Sian’s favourite thing about massage is the care she can give to one person at one time. Once inside the clinic room, the sole focus is on the client and that dedicated time is uninterrupted. It’s such a refreshing change from our over-stimulated lives! She believes everyone can benefit from massage and works with all types of clients through a range of issues. Whether it be injury rehabilitation or a postural imbalance, pre or postpartum or a struggle with mental health, her goal is to provide a safe, healing space for everyone. Sian’s only request is that you come ready to embrace positive change, however that looks for you.

Sian graduated from the Vancouver College of Massage Therapy in 2017 before moving to the Okanaga... Read More

Bradley Styles is a Registered Massage Therapist who graduated from the West Coast College of Massage Therapy in 2016. He is passionate about understanding the mechanics behind all body movements and the very minor things that can throw them off. He knows that the body is more than the sum of its parts and it needs a lot of subtle things to be working properly to function as a whole. Bradley enjoys giving massage in all of its many forms with special interest in injury rehabilitation, pre/post event sports massage, and general Swedish relaxation massage. Bradley uses techniques such as myofascial release, trigger point release, pin and stretch, and joint mobilizations.

Bradley Styles is a Registered Massage Therapist who graduated from the West Coast College of Mas... Read More

Dr. Haile Michaelson, ND holds a bachelors degree in Human Nutrition and Psychology from McGill University, and a Naturopathic Doctorate from The Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine (BINM). She has done advanced training in Intravenous Vitamin Infusions, Chelation, Acupuncture, Toxic metal chelation, Bio-Identical Hormone Therapy, BC Prescription Licensing, Hypnotherapy, Lactation Consulting, Brain Chemistry Balance and Concussion Recovery.

Her experience as an ND spans 13 years, and her practice focuses on mental health, brain chemistry balance and hormone support. She has pioneered integrative treatment protocols for anorexia, bulimia, disordered eating, depression and anxiety, and has worked adjunctively with recovery centres, and therapists internationally. Dr. Haile has an incredible set of tools and trainings and unique ways of integrating modalities for recovery and healing. She is a hands-on healer and offers fusion bodywork sessions, which incorporate Bodytalk, massage, heat, cupping, acupuncture, NMT, TBM, NET, reiki, and topical botanicals. Dr. Haile is also a meditation teacher, yoga teacher, clinical hypnotherapist and retreat leader. She is a healer and a doctor and believes that the intersection of science and spirituality is the future of integrative medicine.

Dr. Haile’s patients often arrive here searching for a deeper and more effective way to heal. Dr. Haile is incredibly talented at finding the root causes of imbalance and then guiding patients into an accelerated process of healing. Feel free to book a free 15minute consult with Dr. Haile to explore working together.

Dr. Haile Michaelson, ND holds a bachelors degree in Human Nutrition and Psychology from McGill ... Read More

Falko holds a Master’s Degree in Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine including extensive training in acupuncture, herbal medicine, qi gong, food therapy, and other healing modalities. He is also a certified acupuncture detox specialist with the National Acupuncture Detox Association for the treatment of substance abuse. With over 20 years of experience in martial arts, Falko also founded Tiger Claw Kung Fu and Tai Chi in Kelowna to teach and empower others to be their best.

He has experience with a wide variety of health conditions such as pain management, sports injuries, chronic fatigue, insomnia, women’s health, digestive health, cardiovascular disease, auto-immune, and neurological conditions. He also has a special interest in restoring mental health, especially in those suffering from depression, anxiety, and addiction. Falkos goal is to integrate mind, body, and spirit through holistic life changes and treatment in order to cultivate wellness and optimal health.

Falko holds a Master’s Degree in Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine including extensive... Read More

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