About Dana

Dana Finnie Graduated from the Vancouver College of Massage Therapy’s 3000 hour program in 2018. Her practical experience at school included but was not limited to working with university athletes, paramedics, parents and families of children with cancer, people living with HIV, body builders and actors.

Dana inherently views body problems through a holistic lens that is grounded in Orthopaedics and Health Science. Her treatment approach is geared toward patient relief by looking at the whole body and seeking the root of imbalance. She is keen on continuing education courses in Craniosacral Therapy, Visceral Manipulation and Trigger Point Therapy.

Her friends might say that Dana is exactly the kind of person we all want and need in a friend as she is always willing to lend a hand, or an ear. In her spare time you can find Dana feeding her body’s needs in the outdoors on a bike, in hiking boots, running shoes, on a snowboard or a paddle board; and she feeds her soul by continued pursuits in parenting, painting, gardening and cooking.

Since graduating 2 years ago, Dana has completed several continuing education courses, honing her skill, broadening her perspective and deepening her approach.  Course work modalities completed to date include: Structural Integration, Craniosacral Therapy, Biodynamic Myofascial Mobilization, and Visceral Manipulation.

Dana is pleasantly passionate about working with people, to unravel the core of the issue their bodies are presenting.  She works at Wild Life Gym because she has observed that people heal themselves through movement. Movement is medicine; nutrition is medicine; combined with cultivating emotional well-being, these practices can help to bring us into inner and outer balance.

To keep the body in good health is a duty, otherwise we shall not be able to keep our mind strong and clear.

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