Bridget Gagnon, RMT
Bridget is a RMT that graduated from West Coast College of Massage Therapy in 2002 from the 3000-hour program. Her ongoing advanced continuing education has included numerous courses since 2002. She has recently completely the Integrated Fascial Therapy program which is a series of 9 modules that focuses on various types of fascial therapies.
Bridget’s approach to treatment consists of listening and customizing a therapeutic treatment that incorporates advanced techniques such as Biodynamic Myofascial release, Craniosacral and Visceral Manipulation as well as other modalities in her treatments.
Bridget is currently continuing her studies with the Barral Institute in the fields of Visceral Manipulation, neural manipulation and Visceral Vascular Manipulation over the next few years and is enrolled in a mentorship program for Craniosacral Therapy for all of 2019.
Bridget is currently working as a Teaching Assistant at the Bodhi Tree Teaching Centre where she assists in a variety of workshops that teach other RMTs hands on manual therapy techniques.
Registered Massage Therapist
Pam Cheema, RMT
My name is Pam Cheema and I have been practicing as an RMT for almost 2 decades in both BC and Alberta. I completed the 3-year program at West Coast College of Massage Therapy in Vancouver, BC and graduated in 1999. Since then, I worked at a variety of locations: spas, hotels, health offices such as doctor, chiropractor, and physiotherapy, and massage therapy clinics.
I provided massage therapy to various types of clientele: pregnant women, MVA clients, office workers, first responders, teachers, dental hygienists, nurses, bank tellers, hairdressers, and many more. Over time, I developed a strong interest in providing pre-natal and postpartum massages. I learned prenatal massages through my professional development courses. Additionally, I completed 3 course levels on Craniosacral therapy.
The other modalities I apply include: Hydrotherapy, Joint Mobilizations, Myofascial release, Trigger Point Release, and Therapeutic Exercises.
Some of the conditions I addressed in my practice include:
- Headaches (Tension and Migraines)
- Postural Imbalances
- Sciatica Issues
- Muscle Strain
- Ligament Sprains
- Frozen Shoulder
- Soft Tissue Injuries
During the massage sessions, I focus on the soft tissue issues you may be experiencing, and I provide education to you on effective self-care or preventative care tailored to your needs to obtain your well-being goals.
Extra information about me: During 2014-2019, I taught at MH Vicars School of Massage Therapy in Edmonton, Alberta. In 2020, I will be teaching at Vancouver College of Massage Therapy.
I am very happy to be part of the Willingdon Heights Massage Therapy team and I accepting new clients. Extended Health Benefits are welcome and Direct billing is available.
Please note I do not accept ICBC, WCB, or MSP.
My hours are:
Tuesday – 9:30a.m. to 8p.m.
Thursday – 9:30a.m. to 8p.m.