Bridget Gagnon, RMT

Bridget is an 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  completed the Integrated Fascial Therapy program which is a series of 9 modules that focuses on various types of fascial therapies as well as a 1 year mentorship program in Craniomandibular Ortopedics.

Bridget’s approach to treatment consists of listening and customizing a therapeutic treatment that incorporates advanced techniques such as Biodynamic Myofascial release, Craniosacral, Craniomandibular Orthopedics 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.

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.

Bridget Gagnon

Bridget Gagnon

Registered Massage Therapist

Pam Cheema, RMT

My name is Pam Cheema and I have been practicing as a RMT for over 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, 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. Furthermore, I completed 3 course levels on Craniosacral therapy. And other modalities I provide 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
  • Tendonitis
  • Sciatica issues
  • Muscle strain
  • Ligament Sprains
  • Frozen Shoulder
  • Soft tissue Injuries
  • Stress

During the massage sessions, I focus on the soft tissue issues you may be experiencing, and I provide you an effective self-care or preventative care tailored to your needs to achieve your well-being goals.

Additional information:

2014-2019:  I taught at MH Vicars School of Massage Therapy in Edmonton, Alberta.

2020-present: Clinical Supervisor and Teaching Assistant at Vancouver College of Massage Therapy, Vancouver BC.

My business hours are:

  • Tuesdays: 10:00 am-6:30pm
  • Thursdays: 10:00 am-6:30pm
  • Every other Saturdays: 10:00 am – 3:45pm

I am accepting new clients and direct billing is available.

Please note I do not accept ICBC, WCB or MSP.  


Pam Cheema

Pam Cheema


Nasim Delfaninejad, Physiotherapist

Women’s Health Physiotherapist  

Nasim graduated as the Valedictorian with a Bachelor of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation from the Tbilisi State Medical University in Georgia. She is specialized in management of orthopedic and women’s health conditions.

As a pelvic health physiotherapist with expertise in orthopedic rehabilitation, she believes in finding the root cause of the symptoms and having a global approach. She firmly believes in the power of education and helps her patients understand the reason behind their symptoms. She ensures that they have the tools they need to manage their symptoms in order to return to doing what they love.

As a lifelong athlete and professional Squash player, Nasim sustained a few injuries that resulted in experiencing and understanding the rehabilitation journey from the patient’s perspective. She believes that patients have an important role in their treatment and she encourages them to be actively involved in all aspects of recovery. Nasim believes in devising a treatment plan tailored to each individual. She provides her patients with evidence-based, and effective treatment options to make sure that the plan actually meets their goals.

Nasim has a biopsychosocial approach in her sessions. She is committed to providing ongoing education to her patients and uses a combination of manual therapy and therapeutic exercises to help her patients function at their fullest potential.

Nasim Delfaninejad, Physiotherapist

Nasim Delfaninejad

Women's Health Physiotherapist

    Brittany Robertson, RMT

    More info coming soon!

    Brittany grew up in the Lower Mainland and graduated from the West Coast College of Massage Therapy in 2013.  Believing that all bodies are good bodies, Brittany strives to create a safe and anti-oppressive space for patients of all ages, shapes, sizes, racial identities, gender identities, sexualities, and abilities. To promote healing, Brittany combines the techniques of trigger point, fascial, visceral, craniosacral. Most interested in pediatrics care, chronic pain & fatigue, scar tissue reduction, respiratory pathologies & head trauma. As a strong believer in holistic and preventative medicine, she encourages her patients to treat their body, mind, and soul beyond the contexts of injury and illness.

    Brittany Robertson