Meet the Team
Amanda Wilson, LMT, RMT
Amanda grew up in the lower mainland and after post secondary education wanted to pursue a career in healthcare. S00he graduated from the Maui School of Therapeutic Massage in 2007. She worked as a Licensed Massage Therapist and took courses in orthopaedic techniques in order to enhance her skills. Upon returning to Canada, Amanda opted to complete the 3000 hour RMT program at the West Coast College of Massage Therapy in New Westminster. Since graduating in 2013, Amanda has spent time honing her skills in many different areas of massage, some including sports, ICBC injuries, prenatal care, PTSD, and pain management. It is through her different experiences that she focused in on her passion for Women’s Health.
Amanda believes continuing education is an essential part of being an RMT.
She is passionate about being able to help her patients reduce their pain and increase their quality of life.
When not treating patients, Amanda enjoys spending her time with her young family outside in the fresh air, traveling to foreign lands, doing DIY’s around the house, and eating delicious food.
Stefanie Mesic, RMT
Stefanie is a recent graduate of the 2200 hour West Coast College of Massage Therapy program. She grew up in beautiful northern BC, where she played an array of sports and enjoyed the great outdoors. Always having a curiosity for the human body and a passion for helping people, she knew from a young age she wanted to pursue a career in Massage Therapy.
While at WCCMT, she participated in anatomy labs and multiple Outreach Programs through UBC Sports, The BC Women’s Hospital and George Pearson Centre
Meghan Butterworth, RMT
Massage PractitionerMeghan Butterworth, is a graduate of the West Coast College of Massage Therapy program. Prior to becoming an RMT, Meghan completed her Bachelor of Human Kinetics at UBC Okanagan with a focus in Health Promotion. After three years coordinating grassroots programs for provincial sport organizations, Meghan was drawn to continue her healthcare education. Her kind and conscientious demeanour is an asset to our patients and helping them find their specific treatment goals.
When not working, one can find her on the soccer field, enjoying the outdoors, or spending time with friends and family.
Director of OperationsJessica is an experienced Human Resources and Operations Manager. In her role, Jessica looks after the overall operations and well being of practitioners and staff at the clinic. You can often see her answering the phones, booking, and recruiting the very best to serve our patients.
Jessica endeavors to support our practitioners and employees so that we can provide the very best for our patients.
Catherine has a passion for health care. Taking after both her parents in this field, Her first experience was volunteering for a hospital in their extended care unit. She graduated from UBC with a B.A. in Sociology. She says it fits well as she just loves dealing with people.
She has been honing her skills for the past 15 years in leadership and management in the non-profit realm. As our office manager, her goal is to make everyone feel comfortable in our space and provide excellent customer service.
Christine has worked in the medical field for over 15 years and has always enjoyed helping people. In her spare time, she loves enjoying the sights and sounds in nature. Having several dogs, she loves to spend time with them and her husband outdoors. Her favourite season is Autumn.
Supreet received her diploma in Health Administration from Northern Lights College in 2018. She has a dentistry background, a keen interest in the administrative field and passion for public health. During her time in college at Northern Lights, she took part in several fundraising projects, and while pursuing her Bachelor of Dental Surgery in India, she participated in camps organized for the schools and rural communities to bring oral health awareness.
In her free time, Supreet likes to listen to music, watch movies, read books, and explore the world!