Nicole is an RMT based in Victoria, BC who practices with an Osteopathic approach. She has spent the last 10 years fostering her curiosity and appreciation of modern and traditional practices through her study of manual therapy, anatomy and physiology.
In 2013 Nicole completed her 200 hr yoga teacher training. From there she hoped to “bridge the gap” in her understanding of Eastern and Western approaches to allied health care and disease prevention. A love of Yogic philosophy was her entry point into the world of health and wellness. Since then, it has guided her evolving understanding of the human body through the study of Yoga, Massage Therapy and Osteopathy.
In 2016 Nicole graduated from the Okanagan Valley College of Massage Therapy and was granted her licensing to practice as an RMT. In 2018 she completed all levels of Manual Lymphatic Drainage (MLD) training through the Dr. Vodder Institute. She is considered an experienced MLD therapist and has a vested interest in working with symptoms associated with the lymphatic system.
Nicole is currently a 4th year student in a 5 year Manual Osteopathic program at the Canadian College of Osteopathy-Manual Practitioners based out of Vancouver, BC. Outside of school and practice hours, she shares her love of learning and years of experience through her position as a student Supervisor at the West Coast College of Massage Therapy in Victoria, BC.
As an RMT Nicole combines theoretical and practical knowledge from each of these disciplines to meet you where ever you are at on your own unique healing journey.
In her personal life, she is greatly looking forward to traveling again upon completion of Osteopathic schooling. In the mean time small joys in free time include time in nature, movement, reading, making food and being the best cat mom.