Please note that in January 2023 there will be an increase of $10 per treatment

Masks are still required

Due to the high wait-list, we only accept online bookings at this time

*Please note that our online schedule is live and displaying all of our available shifts in real time, unfortunately if it is full we do not have any other spots available, however you can add yourself to our online wait-list which is located underneath selecting a treatment time

*In-order to give every patient a equal opportunity to book in with us, we are only allowing bookings 3 months in advanced, the rolling schedule opens up at midnight every night.

*We only direct bill to Pacific Blue Cross, if you are with a different insurance provider/ICBC you will have to pay up front and submit on your own.

*If you have any questions that are not answered under our “What to expect” section please email us at myokineticsrmt@gmail.com

Safety is our number one priority and we have taken measures to minimize risk of viral transmission. Please read our Clinic Protocol on our website to help you navigate our new practices. Patients are required by the CMTBC to use the BC COVID-19 Self-Assessment Tool 24 hours prior to their visit. We require that masks are worn by each patient. If you have a mask please bring it and wear it upon arrival (masks are available upon request at no additional cost). When you arrive for your appointment please wait in your car or outside socially distanced (6 feet/ 2meters) apart and check-in using our on-line check-in system. We thank you for your continued support, as we are all in this together!

Sincerely,

Myokinetics Team

Anthony graduated from West Coast College of Massage Therapy in 2018 and received the Joe Koscak Leadership Award for his term. This award is presented to a student each term who demonstrates integrity, perseverance, a passionate heart and caring soul. These attributes are what steered him to massage therapy–a career where he can help people each and everyday. During his studies, he encountered a wide variety of injuries and conditions, ranging from strains and sprains, to rare conditions such as multiple sclerosis (MS) and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS). Whatever the situation may be, Anthony is dedicated to working with all patients to find a solution to their current conditions. On his spare time, Anthony can be found enjoying nature while fishing. He appreciates spending time with family and friends learning and experiencing new activities.

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A practicing RMT since 2011, Jenna is a graduate of the 3000-hour RMT program from West Coast College of Massage Therapy in New Westminster and a member of the College of Massage Therapists of British Columbia.

Jenna’s philosophy of practice is to provide massage with a kind heart and skilled hands. Suffering with chronic headaches as an adolescent, she observed and personally experienced the healing benefits message therapy can bring to reduce pain and decrease stress. She is enthusiastically committed to working with her patients to achieve their individual health goals, and to experience relief from debilitating pain. Making a difference to her patients’ quality of life is both powerful and compelling to her.

Jenna incorporates a variety of massage techniques including Swedish massage, myofascial release, trigger point release, petrissage, muscle energy technique, joint mobilizations and neuromuscular techniques. Always working within the patient’s comfort level, Jenna provides a therapeutic treatment using moderate to deep pressure. She has experience treating a wide range of conditions including, but not limited to, headaches and migraines, low back pain, pre- and post-natal, TMJ, neurological conditions, chronic pain, sports related injuries, whiplash from motor vehicle accidents and treatment of every day aches and pains caused by muscle tension.

In her spare time, Jenna enjoys being outdoors; exploring local trails on her bike, hiking, working out and spending time with her family and friends. A recent new resident to Port Coquitlam, Jenna is excited to grow her massage therapy practice closer to home.

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Erin graduated from Vancouver College of Massage Therapy, with honours, in August of 2019. She grew up performing various types of dance, such as ballet, tap and jazz. With dance being such a huge part of her life, she developed a keen interest in human anatomy and physiology and wanted to learn more about injury rehabilitation and functional anatomy. Prior to becoming an RMT, Erin completed her Esthetics diploma at Blanche Macdonald Centre and was placed into the beauty industry where she developed her passion for helping others, and making them feel relaxed, refreshed, and rejuvenated. Becoming an RMT allowed Erin to be able to combine all these interests and passions, creating a practice dedicated to encouraging and helping maintain the health and well being of others. After completing her case study on post concussion syndrome, she found utilizing techniques such as trigger point release, myofascial release, dynamic release and Swedish massage to be effective in reducing pain and tension, while restoring anatomical function. While in school, she got to work at a wide range of outreaches which included Ronald McDonald House and the Seawheeze Marathon. Outreach experiences allowed her to work with a variety of patients and conditions such as, but not limited to, Trisomy 21, Cerebral Palsy, Nerve compression, Frozen Shoulder, Muscle strains, Ligament sprains and Tendinopathies. Erin believes that massage therapy not only has the ability to relieve stress and chronic pain, but allows people to become more educated in their posture and body awareness. When Erin isn’t at work, she enjoys dancing, hiking, weight training, and kickboxing.

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Kathy Cooper graduated from 3000 Hour Massage Therapy Program from the New Westminster campus of West Coast College of Massage Therapy in April of 2013. She successfully completed the Registration Board Exams later that same year and has been practicing ever since. As an enthusiastic and compassionate Registered Massage Therapist, Kathy believes that the keys to successful treatments are to listen to and work with her clients to assist them in achieving their health and treatment goals. Her approach to massage therapy is based in holistic treatments ensuring that the chief complaint is dealt with along with any compensating ailments that may be present; presenting any additional discomfort or pathologies from developing. Kathy has a keen interest in Myofascial Release, Ligamentous Articular Strain Techniques, as well as Pre and Post Natal Treatments. Kathy looks forward to helping you reach your wellness goals.

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Savannah graduated from West Coast College of Massage Therapy in 2015. During her time there she participated in outreach programs at Multiple Sclerosis and Fibromyalgia In Reach, Granville Centre, and her two favorites, B.C. Women’s Hospital working with high-risk pregnancies, and Canucks Place Hospice working with children. Savannah enjoys using this experience in her practice treating pregnancies, pediatrics and palliative care.

Savannah has played ringette with the Port Coquitlam Ridge Meadows Ringette Association since she was 8 years old. She’s a goalie and loves to share her experiences with anyone who is willing to listen! She brings a wealth of knowledge and experience in athletics to the treatment room working with sports related repetitive strain injuries and conditions such as tennis elbow, achilles tendinopathy, muscle strains, and concussions to help patients return to their peak performance. She also has experience helping patients deal with stress management and MVA injuries.

Savannah has coached and been a Referee with Port Coquitlam Ridge Meadows Ringette for several years and is an active part of their executive, promoting the sport she loves. Along with playing ringette she is also an avid snowboarder and spent a couple seasons teaching kids to ski with Mount Seymour Ski Cubs. In addition, Savannah enjoys spending her time volunteering at different events around the lower mainland. She has volunteered her time at the MS Scotiabank Bike Race, Ridge Meadows Seniors Wellness Clinic, as well as at the Ride to Conquer Cancer, which included being an RMT for the Top fundraisers that participated in the race.

When she’s not at the clinic you are likely to find Savannah at the ice rink playing ringette, coaching, or reffing. In the summer Savannah heads out camping every chance she gets, enjoying time with her fiancé and family. Savannah is an avid reader and baker, cookies are her specialty, but she’s been known to throw in a pie occasionally, family dinners always end with a sweet treat she’s made.

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Krys Dybowski, RMT and owner of Myokinetics Registered Massage Therapy, has completed the 3000 hour program at West Coast College of Massage Therapy. Krys has also received a Diploma in Sports Science while working as a fitness consultant. Krys has been awarded first place prize by the Registered Massage Therapist Association of British Columbia (RMTBC) for his dedication and research within the field, and was ranked in the top 15 percentile during board examinations. He has experience treating patients with a wide variety of conditions such as motor vehicle accident (MVA) injuries , sports injuries and the typical everyday aches, pains, and headaches. He has further experience working with UBC athletes, as well as working with spinal cord injuries at GF Strong Rehabilitation Centre. In addition, Krys has vast knowledge treating patients diagnosed with systemic conditions, such as Parkinson’s and Multiple Sclerosis. Krys takes pride in thoroughly assessing each patient to provide the most effect treatment. He uses a wide variety of modalities such as deep tissue, joint mobilizations, myofascial release, muscle energy technique (MET) and soft tissue release (STR) to help patients reach their optimal health. As a very active individual he enjoys playing basketball, going for runs, spending time with family and cheering on the Vancouver Canucks.

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“Steven graduated from VCMT in Vancouver in 2016 and over the course of his career has developed a treatment style that is primarily orthopedic in nature - with a particular focus on chronic conditions of the low back and upper neck.

Combining a background in biology with a love of anatomy and a passion for healing, Steven approaches treatment from a distinctly holistic vantage. Every aspect of a client’s lifestyle is taken into account; including work, leisure, fitness level, health history and overall well-being.

Techniques such as acupressure, deep tissue massage, joint mobilization and neuromuscular therapy are employed to loosen muscle knots, restore restrictions in mobility and correct common postural conditions.”

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Edith is a graduate of the Registered Massage Therapy Program at Langara College. She was drawn to massage therapy by her interest in human anatomy and health. Edith utilizes her knowledge of therapeutic massage, manual therapy and movement based interventions to help restore the body to its optimal functioning. During school she had the chance to work with a variety of conditions and populations through her placement at several outreaches including ICORD, The Hive climbing gym, Harbour Dance, St. John’s Hospice and Langara’s very own pre/post natal in-reach. Edith’s treatment techniques include but are not limited to, trigger point therapy, myofascial release, muscle energy techniques (MET), neuromuscular techniques, and joint mobilizations. She was awarded with a certificate in Subtle Manual Therapies after completing courses in lymphatic drainage, visceral mobilizations, cranio-sacral therapy and MET. While completing her case study Edith developed an interest in working with those suffering from temporomandibular dysfunction. Always eager to learn more about her patient’s injuries she emphasizes the importance of a thorough assessment. Edith believes in working together with her patients to improve the quality of their lives by listening to their needs and offering individually tailored treatments and home-care. Away from the workplace Edith enjoys weight training, running and dancing. Having danced for 14 years she is familiar with many injuries dancers are faced with. In addition she speaks Hungarian and Romanian fluently and is able to communicate with patients of similar backgrounds.

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John is a graduate of the Vancouver College of Massage Therapy. He decided to become a massage therapist because he loves helping people. As a therapist, he knows that combining techniques like myofascial release, deep tissue work, and trigger point therapy with relaxation techniques makes for a relaxing, yet effective massage. John is knowledgeable in treating a wide variety of conditions which patients may present with, such as Multiple Sclerosis, Cerebral Palsy, spinal cord injury, down’s syndrome, ALS, tight muscles from everyday use, tension headaches, TMJ, tennis and golfer’s elbow and a variety of other conditions. He is fortunate to have helped clients with varying conditions from the different outreaches which he attended. Helping bedridden patients at Louis Brier Home and Hospital, calming high stress patients at Ronald McDonald House, decreasing tension and establishing an effective way to communicate with clinics that were unable to verbalize what they required at George Pearson Centre, and treating clients with Trisomy 21 at Summit just to name a few. Establishing a way to communicate during treatment is key to an effective and safe treatment. John is also able to communicate in his native tongue Vietnamese to better communicate with clients that speak mostly Vietnamese. John takes continuing education courses to further develop new techniques to advance patient care. At the end of the day he finds great fulfillment knowing he has helped make a difference in helping his clients with their health and lifestyle goals. John’s other passions in life include the outdoors, traveling, animals, jiu-jitsu, and spending time with family and friends.

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Andrea became a Registered Massage Therapist after graduating from Vancouver College of Massage Therapy in 2019. Before entering the field, she earned a Bachelor’s Degree as a student athlete while playing softball for West Texas A&M University. Training as a competitive athlete for the majority of her life is where Andrea’s passion for wellness stems from. She has recently become a registered yoga teacher, growing from a personal practice of over 10 years.

Active recovery, injury prevention and healthy body movements are the keystones of Andrea’s focus as a therapist. She centers her practice on an individual’s goals and pain needs, treating the whole person in their journey to a pain-free and healthy daily life. Andrea believes that patient education and personalized exercises can propel recovery and empower individuals in their wellbeing. Active and assisted stretching and strengthening, myofascial release, trigger point therapy, muscle energy techniques and joint mobilizations are some of the modalities that Andrea focuses her treatments with.

Andrea is an outdoor enthusiast; spending much of her free time with her dog doing activities like hiking, kayaking and running.

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Jennifer is a WCCMT graduate of 2018 and was chosen by her peers and instructors to be awarded the Joe Koscak Leadership Award for exemplifying integrity, passion, perseverance, a passionate heart and a caring soul. With a combination of a love for helping others, years practicing both bodybuilding and power lifting competitively, being a functional movement coach/trainer and first-hand experience in rehabilitating her own body, becoming an RMT was a clear choice for her. Jennifer believes each patient is unique and enjoys creating catered treatment plans to help speed up recovery from acute and chronic injuries or conditions, optimize sports and activity performance, relieve stress, and maintain good health.

Believing the human body was designed to move and that care needs to given to continuing moving optimally, she continues to educate herself on therapeutic exercise, rehabilitative Pilates and myofascial release. Jennifer strives to help patients reach their goals with a combination of postural awareness, pain/stress management and easy to use therapeutic exercise, especially for those with a busy lifestyle. Her practice focuses on joint mobilizations, neuromuscular techniques, and myofascial release to provide a treatment catered to each individual’s needs, concerns, or preferences. Aside from working in the clinic, Jennifer is also a Clinic Instructor at the college educating up and coming RMT’s but in her free time, she enjoys power lifting, Pilates and walking her dogs.

Jennifer takes a lot of pride in the care she provides to her patients and does check her wait-list often, please contact jenniferyunrmt@hotmail.com if there are any questions.

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