Pamela states that “movement and sport will forever be my zen, my teacher, and my passion”. She learned confidence through big mountain skiing, mindfulness through yoga, perseverance through hiking, humility through surfing and invigoration through running. In summary, she states that it is her joie de vivre, and believes pain-free movement to be a crucial element of mental wellbeing. After enduring multiple sport related injuries, her trust in manual therapy as a sustainable, natural, and educating healing process/maintenance program began to evolve substantially and continues to grow. This curiosity led her to the study and practice of Massage Therapy. She has successfully completed her training at the Vancouver College of Massage Therapy and is now working as part of an integrative health model that aims to enrich wellbeing through holistic health practices. Her curiosity continues to fuel her practice and self-education in regards to pain science, neuromuscular connection, and the need to honour each individual’s unique presentation. Pamela’s treatment style aims to pair orthopaedic knowledge with the artistry of manual therapy. It is her goal to deliver an effective treatment that empowers individuals with knowledge about their body and how they can maintain a state of play!