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Suzanne is trained as a Registered Massage Therapist and Osteopathic Practitioner. Although she mainly practices Osteopathy, massage techniques are often used in her treatments to aid in the patient goal of optimizing health and mobility.

She has over 14 years in the healthcare field, most recently graduating from the Canadian School of Osteopathy in 2021, after completing the rigorous five year program. 

Suzanne treats any issues caused by forces put on the body. That can be from car accidents, falls, emotional forces, concussions, to just, being born. Suzanne treats every body individually and solves each problem like a puzzle. Osteopathy allows her to listen to the patients tissues, learning from each patient what their bodies needs at that time.




  • Stress relief

  • Nervous system dysregulation

  • Digestive issues

  • Scar tissue

  • Whiplash

  • Concussion

  • Babies with torticollis

  • Plagiocephaly

  • Colic


With her fathers terminal diagnosis of brain cancer during her childhood, she spent time caring for her father. This solidified her desire to help others, to help manage their pain, mobility and overall quality of life.

Suzanne decided on Massage Therapy as her craft and graduated from WCCMT in 2009. Massage therapy allowed her to work and travel throughout many parts of the world, and volunteer with the Canadian Paralympic Alpine Ski Team during the 2010 Olympic games in Whistler, BC.

Suzanne is now settled back in her hometown of South Surrey with her husband and two young girls. In 2021 Suzanne graduated from the Canadian School of Osteopathy, where she completed the five-year training, and is now an Osteopathic Manual Practitioner (DOMP). Her Osteopathic title allows her to treat patients with more precision, a gentle touch, and integrates every system of the body. 

When Suzanne can get away from the office, she spends her time with her family or in the forest. Very active in the community you may see her hiking, running, biking or playing at the beach with any, or all members of her family.

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