Registered Massage Therapist

Amanda Chow

Amanda is a graduate of the 2200 hour program of Westcoast College of Massage Therapy. She has always had an interest in healthcare, and loves helping people with their health and wellness. Headaches, athletic injury rehabilitation, postural issues, and TMJ dysfunction, among others, all greatly interest Amanda. Through assessment she looks at the body as a whole and treats the root cause of her patients’ issues accordingly. In her treatment she uses a combination of neuromuscular techniques, trigger point release, myofascial release techniques, and Swedish massage to help release soft tissue.

On her days off, she enjoys being in nature, photography, spending time with family, and hiking or camping on non rainy days.

Anjali Vipin Kumar


Anjali graduated in RMT from Langara college with over 3000 hours of extensive training . Prior coming to Canada she was a licenced traditional Indian medicine practitioner from 2011.That experience gives her a strong understanding of human body and ailments .

         While undergoing RMT training she had treatment sessions with variety of medical conditions at student clinic . She was also exposed to various outreaches including Vancouver General’s spinal cord injury care , west Vancouver senior centre, Harbour dance centre ect. Anjali likes to go to the root of each medical condition and treat accordingly incorporating relaxation, neuromuscular, joint mobilization and myofacial techniques. She is also interested in taking care of pregnant and senior patients.

         Apart from work she loves traveling, shopping and spending time with family.

Charvet Truong

Charvet is a recent graduate from West Coast College of Massage Therapy in August of 2018.  Coming from a sports background, he is fully interested in treating sports and occupational injuries. One of his focus is to learn more about nerves and muscles as they should be mostly focused on during a treatment. Charvet has experienced many different clinical conditions, such as, multiple sclerosis, parkinson’s, cerebral palsy, and many others. In his spare time, he likes to enjoy the outdoors playing volleyball, snowboarding on the mountains, and spending time with family and friends.

Edward Chang

Edward graduated from the 3000 hour program at West Coast College of Massage Therapy in 2013. His studies from the program have given him exposure to perform therapeutic massage to a diverse range of population from youth to senior. Edward utilizes his assessment skills combined with his years of experience to improve the quality of life for his patients.

Edward started giving back to the RMT profession by taking up the role of clinic instructor in 2018. He enjoys teaching and passing on his experiences to the next generation of RMTs. Currently, Edward is a RMT program clinic instructor at Langara. During his free time he enjoys going to the gym or spending quality time with friends and family.

Edward speaks fluent English and Mandarin.

Jared Wong

Jared Liam Wong is an active yogi who offers treatments that integrates both manual therapy and body awareness. He obtained his Massage Therapy Diploma from West Coast College of Massage Therapy where he completed 3000 hours of diversified hands-on training with patients from different backgrounds and injuries. He has had the opportunity of treating competitive athletes, and also patients in rehabilitation hospitals and palliative care.

Jared has a passion for helping people heal and believes in a realistic methodical holistic approach. He is thorough in assessing his patients, spends the time in identifying and treating problem areas. In his treatments, you will find him working along with your breathing, which can provide an even more effective release, while simultaneously bringing more awareness to the body. For long term care, Jared will also provide you with patient education and exercises to make sure you stay pain-free longer.

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Maria Flores


Maria is a graduate of Langara College Registered Massage Therapy Program.  Before moving to Vancouver in 2007, she got the opportunity to work with traumatic brain injury and stroke clients as a Physical Therapist in the Philippines.  This experience gave her a deeper understanding on how health care professionals are able to work hand-in-hand to provide the necessary treatment for the welfare and well-being of an individual. 

As a massage therapist, she likes her clients to explore the treatment that works for them utilizing different therapeutic massage modalities. Maria is determined to offer a safe and effective massage treatment that is respectful of the client’s personal boundaries. Maria likes to spend quality time with her family enjoying home-cooked meals and pastries when she is not in clinic.

Maria is fluent in English, Tagalog and Ilonggo (Filipino dialects).

Matthew Jeon 

Matthew graduated from Langara College and received a diploma in Registered Massage Therapy. Providing safe and effective treatment to address musculoskeletal issues is top priority. In doing so, Matthew is glad to be able to help patients improve their quality of life. Matthew incorporates patient centered care and treatment style based on the needs and preferences of the patients.

Matthew is fluent in English.

Shin Lee

Shin graduated as a Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioner in 2010. Shin practiced TCM for several years before he pursued additional knowledge in the human anatomy and health care at West Coast College of Massage Therapy. Shin received the diploma of Registered Massage Therapy in 2018. Shin has treated a variety of illnesses and helping patients restore their wellness is the main focus of his practice.

Outside of work, Shin enjoys meditation, ping pong, and spending time with family.

Shirley Yu

Shirley graduated from 3000 hours RMT program of Langara College, during which she had chance to work with different populations from young athletes such as dancers, opera actor/actress, climbers and sports runners; seniors with different chronic diseases and patients suffer from spinal cord injuries.
Shirley also has a few years experience as a shiatsu practitioner, has been worked on clients with common musculoskeletal problems such as: headaches, stiff neck and shoulders, postural syndrome, chronic low back pain and overuse injuries, nerve entrapment and anxiety and stress management. Shirley always tries to stand in patient’s shoes, identify the problem, discuss the treatment plan with them; during treatment Shirley likes combinations of different techniques, to customize individual’s needs and educate patient with homecare techniques to achieve their goals.

Out of work, Shirley enjoy doing yoga and deep stretching on mat before sleep; jogging around neighhood, cooking and reading with relaxing music.


Richard Wong

From my interest in sports and in the human body, I’ve completed my Bachelors of Science in Kinesiology at Simon Fraser University. I’ve worked at many health clinics, which inspired me to pursue massage therapy at West Coast College of Massage Therapy as a helping hand to the healthcare. I enjoy making a positive impact in patients’ wellness. The therapist and the patient are part of an individualized team; meaning the therapist communicates well and uses their skills to help achieve the patient’s goals and needs. I work with a combination of myofascial techniques, deep tissue releases as well as joint mobilizations when needed.

Outside of work, you’d find me on the court, as I’ve competed in nationals for badminton during my high school days. I enjoy teaching, coaching, and spending time with the family on my off days!

Vincent Chen

Vincent graduated from West Coast College of Massage Therapy. Before taking the RMT program, Vincent studied Acupuncture and Acupressure from Guangzhou Traditional Chinese Medicine University, which gives him a strong sense in integrating the therapeutic massage techniques with TCM(Meridian&Qi) theories. He will focus on restoring both structural and physiological equilibrium for the clients.

Vincent believes in building treatment plans based on a methodical holistic approach. He has experience in treating sports related injuries, headaches, myofascial and muscular pain, postural imbalance, frozen shoulder and neurological conditions. He can incorporate techniques in treatments such as Deep tissue massage, Myofascial release, Trigger point release, Joint mobilization and Muscle energy techniques. He also provides home care exercises to encourage the clients to get better performance in their daily living.    

Vincent speaks: English, Cantonese and Mandarin.

Wyman Li

Wyman completed the registered massage therapy program at Langara College. He participates in a variety of sports including weightlifting, badminton, and football. Wyman has experienced multiple sports-related injuries. This sparked an interest in massage therapy where he can educate and treat people to improve their health and well-being.

Wyman’s treatments consists of trigger point release, myofascial, joint mobilization, stretching, and Swedish massage.

Aside from massage therapy, Wyman enjoys weightlifting, venturing around Vancouver, and trying new restaurants.

Wynne [Winnie] Tong

Wynne is a registered massage therapist with a Bachelor of Science degree majoring in Cell Biology. Wynne treats a wide variety of conditions using a number of techniques such as Swedish, deep tissue therapy, joint mobility, myofascial release. Her approach is to develop individualized treatment plans while taking into consideration of other compensating structures in the body, hoping to help facilitate the body’s ability to recover from the condition and/or to restore the body’s optimal level of performance.

On her off time, Wynne stays active doing yoga and enjoys outdoor activities like hiking and walking on the beach. Wynne is a 100% softball and volleyball mom as well as cheerleader.

In addition to English, Wynne is also fluent in Cantonese and Mandarin.


Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioner

Shin Lee

Shin graduated as a Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioner in 2010. Shin practiced TCM for several years before he pursued additional knowledge in the human anatomy and health care at West Coast College of Massage Therapy. Shin received the diploma of Registered Massage Therapy in 2018. Shin has treated a variety of illnesses and helping patients restore their wellness is the main focus of his practice.

Outside of work, Shin enjoys meditation, ping pong, and spending time with family.


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