Kelowna Massage Therapists

Kelowna massage therapist Shelley WouldShelley Would BSc. (Kin), RMT

Shelley Would is the creator of Premiere Massage Therapy Clinic and Pilates Studio, which opened in December 2003. Shelley graduated from the School of Kinesiology at Simon Fraser University in 1994 and the West Coast College of Massage Therapy in 1996. Since then Shelley has worked fulltime in Kelowna massage as a Registered Massage Therapist and Exercise Therapist. Shelley’s involvement with Stott Pilates began in 2001.

Kelowna massage therapist korenna corbyKorenna Corby, RMT – Registered Massage Therapist

Korenna has been a Registered Massage Therapist since 1996, graduating from The West Coast College of Massage Therapy in Vancouver. She uses a variety of modalities, deep tissue massage, MLD, neuromuscular treatment, trigger point, joint mobilization and fascial techniques in her treatments. Focusing on the body as a whole entity is Korenna’s treatment approach.

Kelowna massage therapist Denise CurrieDenise Currie, RMT – Registered Massage Therapist

Denise graduated with honours from OVCMT in 2014, becoming a Registered Massage Therapist. Her style of treatment includes deep tissue work combined with trigger point therapy, and acupressure in a setting that provides deep relaxation.

Denise has also completed a 4 year diploma in Traditional Chinese Medicine which included Qi Gong and Tuina (Chinese medical massage) training, and has completed two 200hr yoga teacher trainings. Treatment, education and self care instructions are given to empower the client to return to, and maintain a state of well being.

Kelowna massage therapist heidi ridingerHeidi Ridinger, B.A, RMT- Registered Massage Therapist

Heidi graduated from The Okanagan Valley College of Massage Therapy in 2001.
During her career, she has worked with and learned from many health practitioners including: Physiotherapists, Chiropractors, Doctors of TCM, and fellow RMTs. Heidi has witnessed the benefits of a multidisciplinary approach to patient outcome. She believes that treatment diversification is the key to maximizing recovery and achieving optimal health.  Heidi uses a variety of manual therapy techniques, deep tissue massage, fascial techniques, hydrotherapy and rehabilitative exercise combined with patient education to achieve results. She has a passion for helping others and enjoys the challenge that comes with treating the body. Just like a puzzle, determining the underlying cause needs to be dealt with one piece at a time in order to see the big picture.