In September of 2015 I decided to follow my passion of caring for others and began my journey at the West Coast College of Massage Therapy. After 2 very full and eventful years I graduated in December of 2017. The next 6 months were filled with lots and lots of studying. All this studying paid off and I successfully became and RMT on May 6, 2018. I look forward to meeting and treating you soon!
Yuko Kajiyama is a Registered Massage Therapist who grew up in Langley BC. Her love of helping people lead her to becoming a student at the West Coast College of Massage Therapy in 2011. While being a student, she came across the book “Rich Dad Poor Dad” by Robert Kiyosaki. Understanding her new goal of financial independence, positive mindset, and becoming the best version of herself, she continues her education with programs in and outside massage therapy, communicating with mentors, and surrounding herself with like minded people.
Her other passions include animals, rock climbing, cooking, and helping her clients!
Kimberly just graduated from Alberta College of Massage Therapy in January 2020. She is now studying for the Jurisprudence exams while working as a Massage Intern at Logan Massage. She likes to keep a healthy lifestyle, including cooking healthy meals, having knowledge of good nutrition and being outdoors as much as possible. Kimberly likes to see her clients happy and healthy, aiding them in this progress from start to finish.
At a young age, I was always fascinated by how the body functioned and wanted to work in the healthcare profession. Sports-related medicine was at the top of my list of careers since it incorporated activity and medicine, both of which interest me.
After completing my undergraduate degree in anatomy and cell biology at McGill University, I considered going into physiotherapy first before completing both a Doctor of Chiropractic as well as a Master of Sports Medicine at the University of Western States in Portland Oregon.
As for how I practice, evidence-based patient-centered care is at the top of my priority. Rehabilitation is also something I try to incorporate in every treatment as soon as possible because I believe that it is key in empowering the patient and giving them control of their own recovery.
When not at the clinic, you can find me going for a run or out on a hike. Martial art and swimming are also things that I have enjoyed and would like to pick up again.
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My journey towards massage therapy started in 2018 at the Vancouver College of Massage Therapy. As a graduate of 2020, I have gained an in-depth understanding and strong knowledge about human anatomy and physiology. This has allowed me to better understand patients’ needs and find the best solution to their concerns as well as aid in their general body wellness. I am passionate about helping each patient to feel physically and emotionally at ease through a therapeutic healing touch of massage. I cannot wait to use my expertise and skills to start helping patients and make a positive impact in their lives!