Chelsea has always had an interest in the human body, how it functions, and how to maintain a healthy lifestyle. She graduated the RMT program in Victoria at WCCMT in April 2015. During her program, she became very interested in working with athletes and gained experience in sports massage through many student outreach programs. She also took an interest in working with children with autism in which she did a case study on. As a result of the case study, she received two awards including first place for the “RMTBC Student Case Study Award” and the Victoria Community Living “Making A Difference Award” and has gained a further interest in continuing to work with autistic children.
Chelsea believes in the importance of using of orthopedic testing to find which areas of the body need treatment and has the ability to apply affective treatment modalities and well as homecare to help return proper function of the body. Techniques often used in treatments may include, but are not limited to, Myofascial release, deep tissue massage, joint mobilizations, soft tissue release, and exercise prescription. She enjoys assisting clients of all ages with management of chronic and acute musculoskeletal injuries, pain and stress management, prenatal massage and general tissue maintenance.