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Minda is very passionate about her work and helping empower people in their Health Journey. 

Minda is a graduate of the 3000 hour West Coast College of Massage Therapy diploma and has been in practice since 2009. Her intention is to help her patients achieve a better understanding of how their bodies work, gain better body awareness and find the source of their pain and discomforts. Her active lifestyle has given her first-hand experience with sports related injuries and a better understanding of many ailments and discomforts. She uses a variety of techniques to help her identify and treat the source of her clients symptoms.  Minda has lots of experience treating post-operative scar tissue, post breast cancer rehab, pre and postnatal massage, chronic pain, sports related injuries, TMJD, MS, migraines, post MVA injuries, as well as many other conditions. She has directed part of her discipline towards visceral manipulation to help with conditions such as endometriosis, digestive dysfunctions, c-section rehab, and chronic pain. Through myofascial release techniques, Minda can decrease the appearance of the scars, increase range of motion and decrease pain. Her practice also focuses on working with women throughout and after their pregnancies to help their bodies better cope with the strain of pregnancy, labor and recovery. Minda completed over 500 hours in Yoga Teacher Training in a variety of styles.She started her Yoga Teacher trainings in 2012 and has continued to study through teacher trainings, intensives and retreats. She is currently teaching a Yin Yoga and also offers private Yoga Massage Therapy sessions.  Minda has been trained in:  Myofascial release therapy,  Visceral manipulation,  Pre and Postnatal Massage, Scar Tissue release (post surgical and injury related) Intro to Craino-sacral techniques,  Joint mobilization techniques,  Trigger point therapy,  Swedish massage,  Intro to Osteopathic techniques, Rehabilitation exercises and stretches,  muscle energy techniques. She is very passionate about the human body and it's natural capacities to heal, evolve and all of the many things that it is capable of.  

Minda works hard with her clients to help them achieve their goals for improving their health. She is constantly taking massage, yoga and healing courses to help expand her knowledge base to better help those around her heal themselves. Believing that self awareness is the first step to self healing, Minda is a big advocate for yoga, mediation and an active and healthy lifestyle. She loves being in nature and finds it to be her place of restoration and healing. 

Minda currently works in North Vancouver in Lynn Valley. For More more information on location and hours, please visit the contact page.