Get rid of that ache you’ve been feeling, feeling the tension exit your body, and dedicate time from your busy day to just relax. Momentum Therapeutics in Coquitlam has 6 registered massage therapists available every day of the week, morning to evening. Besides relaxing, massage can help to improve your overall health by allowing your joints to move more easily, decrease nerve compression, and help improve your range of motion.
Massage therapy is now considered a beneficial complement to conventional medical treatments. Our RMTs manipulate your soft tissues such as muscles, ligaments, and tendons and focus on any other areas that may be bothering you. Book an appointment today to meet with one of our RMTS and begin your journey to a more relaxed lifestyle. Learn more about Craniosacral Therapy, one of our practice techniques!
Why Choose Registered Massage Therapy (RMT)?
RMTs have completed competency-based programs at certified institutions, a required number of clinical hours, studied anatomy and other related fields, and must maintain their registration.
Massage decreases your stress levels. Long-term stress levels can have a lasting, damaging effect on the body.
Massage improves your sleep. For those who have difficulty falling asleep, RMT can help.
Massage can help relieve anxiety and depression.
Massage relieves pain. RMT can help accelerate healing and manage pain for those who have endured a surgery, illness, carpal tunnel syndrome, headaches, lower back pain, and more.
Massage Therapy Rates
New patients are charged a $5 fee on their first visit to Momentum Therapeutics. Please be aware we require 48-hour notice on all cancellation. If less notice is given, a fee will apply.
Our Registered Massage Therapists
Nicole Nieuwhof, RMT
(Available Tu, Th, & F: 5pm – 10pm, Sun: 10am – 6pm)
Feb 2009 to present - Nicole graduated from WCCMT in 2007, successfully completing her registration exam 9 months later following the birth of her first child. She has a passion to learn, with a particular interest in myofascial release techniques. "My goal of treatment is to help facilitate the healing process. I have taken continuing education in integrating myofascial, craniosacral, & visceral release techniques. Ultimately, my goal is to achieve a Bachelor of Health Science degree. Learning is the spice of life and I can never know enough about the body! I look forward to working with you!"
Nancy Fedeyko, RMT
(Available M, Tu, Th, & F: 9am – 5pm)
Feb 2009 to present - Nancy is also a graduate of the 3000 hour course at the West Coast College of Massage Therapy, completed in 2007. Since then she has been actively participating in continuing education involving many varied treatments, with the understanding that no two patients are alike. With that in mind, Nancy is focused on treating the individual, not just the specific malady. She has experience in everything from pregnancy to elite athletes (she herself is into many physical activities), weekend warriors and desk jockeys, and everything in between. She is also very concerned with involving the patient in their recovery, acting as an assistant to better health...and you deserve better health!
Angela (Ai Ping) Li, RMT
(Available W: 2pm – 9pm, Th & Sat: 10am – 5pm)
Feb 2012 to present - Angela was an environmental engineer before she immigrated to Canada in 2005. She has practiced Chinese Tui Massage Therapy and foot reflexology in a Chinese Traditional Medicine clinic in Canada for four years where she discovered a passion for helping others. She pursued this passion by attending the West Coast College of Massage Therapy where she learned a solid foundation for western registered massage therapy. Angela integrates Chinese Tui Na massage techniques with Swedish massage. She uses a variety of advanced massage techniques like myofascial release, and trigger point release in her treatments to help with treating neck, shoulder, and lower back pain.
Angela prefers to treat with gentle pressure.
Daniel Wang, RMT
(Available M: 3pm – 9pm, F: 11am – 9pm, Sat & Sun: 9am – 9pm)
July 2012 to present - Daniel graduated from West Coast College of Massage Therapy in 2010 and was presented the Joe Koscak Memorial Award for exemplifying integrity, passion, perseverance, a passionate heart and a caring soul.
To further expand his knowledge in healthcare, Daniel completed a four-year Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) Doctor program in PCU College of Holistic Medicine in 2011. Thus, his knowledge encompasses not only trigger points in muscles, but acupoints and meridian lines in the body.
Daniel is also a registered acupuncturist.
Daniel believes that massage and acupuncture complement each other exceptionally. In his spare time, he busies himself with increasing his knowledge of acupoints and reading TCM classics. Daniel believes that health care must incorporate a degree of art into its science to truly be effective for the individual.
Daniel will strive to relieve your pain and stress with his skillful hands, and a caring soul.
Yenina (Yana) Gorelik, RMT & Stott Pilates Instructor
(Schedule to be announced)
2009 to 2011 and back again! - After 4 years working in London, UK she has decided to make Coquitlam her home again. She gained a wealth of knowledge, and experience treating individuals of all athletic levels.
Yenina is using neurokinetic therapy (NKT), which can be used both as an assessment tool and as a rehabilitative technique to get to the root of muscular tightness and pain. Yenina completed a two-year program at the West Coast College of Massage Therapy in 2005. She has more than a decade of experience. Her interest in massage started during her 10 years as a competitive ballroom dancer. Yenina in her time away has studied and become a certified Stott Pilates instructor. Momentum is currently looking into how we can incorporate this knowledge to help you in your healing and rehabilitation.
Marialena Brossard, RMT
(Sun: 9am – 3pm, Tu: 5pm – 10pm, T: 8:30am – 3:15pm)
1999 to present - Marialena graduated from West Coast College of Massage Therapy in 1999. She practiced in North Vancouver for 6 years when her life led her to set roots down here in the tri-city area. She opened Momentum Therapeutics in hope of offering skilled, complementary healthcare practitioners to an area that was under serviced. Over her lengthy career, she has had the opportunity to treat a variety of different people from elite athletes, pregnant women, to post-cancer survivors. Having experience in treating a multitude of ailments, she has the ability to help patients get over treatment plateaus, and give them the at home tools to help themselves get better. So many different injuries, so little time. Having taken many postgraduate courses including, myofascial release, trigger point therapy, cranial sacral therapy, lymphatic drainage, visceral manipulation, muscle energy, and body ball rehabilitation, all these techniques allow her to work with the patient and provide that individual with a unique approach to their care. In her career, she has taken on helping athletes in their endeavours by volunteering at many different indoor and outdoor races for pre and post massage therapy treatments. She has done talks with the Running Room and Runners Den. She herself has enjoyed participating in outdoor activities when her busy family schedule allows. After having babies, she is getting back into hiking, trail runs, mountain biking, weight training, water skiing and wakeboarding, swimming, rock climbing and yes, she is chasing her children around....all four of them. Her busy schedule allows her to only treat a couple of people a day, so if you are looking to book with her, look at our online booking program for her schedule.