Effective May 1, 2023 our massage therapy rates will be increasing.

The new rates will be as follows:

30 min $71.43 + GST = $75

45 min $90.48 + GST = $95

60 min $114.29 + GST = $120

We believe that you will still find our rates incredibly competitive with other clinics in the Greater Victoria area.

Thank you for your continued support of our clinic

Julia Vosburgh RMT is back in the fold here at Left Coast Health. You can book with Julia on the following days and times:

Mondays 2:00pm - 6:00pm

Tuesdays 2:15pm - 6:00pm

MASKS ARE NOW OPTIONAL IN THE CLINIC. We will have our masks on hand if you would like us to wear one.

Please visit our website Left Coast Health for more information regarding our all clinic news and notes!

Thank you!

Registered Massage Therapy

Left Coast Health therapists take a thorough patient history and then perform assessment techniques as indicated. Subsequently they perform an appropriate treatment using a variety of modalities, including but not limited to: manual therapy, exercise prescription and provision of relevant education/advice.

Marcus draws on a comprehensive education, as well as wealth of professional and personal experience with the human body, to help his clients reach their desired goals.

In 2001, Marcus earned a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology from the University of Victoria (UVIC). Through his five years of study he obtained in-depth knowledge of exercise physiology, motor control and learning, care and prevention of athletic injuries and biomechanics.

Marcus then went on to complete the 3000-hour Registered Massage Therapist program at the West Coast College of Massage Therapy. This program is world-renowned for the breadth of academic material covered as well as a vast array of manual skills learnt throughout the training.

Upon graduation and certification in 2006, Marcus opened the Left Coast Health clinic and began to practice full-time. He has worked with Canadian National team athletes from many sports including athletics, swimming, diving, triathlon and rowing. He worked as a massage therapist at the 2008 Beijing Olympics, the 2012 London Olympics, the 2016 Rio Olympics and many other international events. Marcus is currently a member of the Integrated Support Team (IST) for Rowing Canada Aviron’s senior National team.

Marcus doesn’t just ‘rub’ tissue…he firsts take a thorough history in order to fully ascertain all of the information that will help him to understand your case. He then performs a comprehensive physical assessment to see your level of physical function. Through this screening process he can rule out/pick-up on any red flags that would require a referral to your doctor or a specialist. If no red flags are apparent, he proceeds by addressing the many factors that influence your health, performance and levels of experienced pain. Marcus addresses them through client/patient education, advanced exercise prescription and manual therapy techniques.

At the conclusion of a session with Marcus he would expect you to feel empowered and inspired to get outside, move and live life to its fullest!

When not practicing, Marcus enjoys spending time outside with his family and friends. Mountain biking and snowboarding are his two biggest passions but he can also be found playing disc golf, bocce, strength training, hiking and chasing his daughter on her bike. When he isn’t playing outside he can often be found deep in a good book, having a pint with friends, or telling anyone who will listen what the Canucks need to do to win the Stanley Cup.

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Joelle studied massage therapy at the West Coast College of Massage Therapy in Victoria B.C. and completed her comprehensive training in December of 2005. Since graduating, Joelle has worked in many multidisciplinary clinics as well as being a member of the IST for swimming Canada. She has gone on to take many different forms of continuing education over the years.

Joelle has always had a passion for movement. She grew up dancing, found a love for triathlon, and transitioned into competitive running. She also loves yoga and strength training. Exercise and movement will always be a part of her life.

Since graduating, Joelle has concentrated her continuing education on courses that strengthen her clinical practice which focuses on but is not limited to injury prevention and rehabilitation. More recently, Joelle has discovered a passion for learning about the mind-body connection when it comes to chronic pain and illness. She has taken many courses and attended different workshops which have inspired her and aided in her own journey of self-healing.

In clinical practice, Joelle treats the general public, recreational athletes and national team athletes from a variety of sports. Joelle enjoys sharing her passion for health and well-being with all of those she treats.

Joelle believes in looking at each individual as a whole and looking beyond just the biomechanical factors that could be contributing to one’s pain or discomfort. She believes that the state of the nervous system has a significant impact on the levels of pain and discomfort that we experience.

Joelle has always been interested in getting to the root cause of one’s pain or illness. With her increased level of education in the area of chronic pain management, she is well versed in helping people better understand their pain.

Joelle incorporates functional assessment, education as well as self-management techniques to help her clients progress towards their goals.

Outside of the clinic, Joelle spends her time with her two young daughters. She continues to fit running, biking, swimming and strength training into her daily life. She loves being outside and continuing to expand her knowledge about the mind-body connection.

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Born and raised in Victoria, Julia grew up dancing, training for triathlon, and competitive swimming. She found her roots on her yoga mat 15 years ago, and now teaches yoga throughout the community. Julia’s passion for body awareness, movement, wellness, and the ever-expanding need for human connection drew her towards massage therapy and a career change just over 2 years ago. Julia is a graduate from the West Coast College of Massage therapy here in Victoria, B.C. A lifetime of athletic experiences has driven Julia to learn extensively about anatomy and physiology, and she endeavours to share her avid joy of movement with her clients.

Julia believes the human body is an incredible yet complex organism, consisting of many layers that we develop, uncover, adapt to, and change throughout our lives. While the state of health is a constant process, requiring the owners input 100% of the time, massage therapy is a beautiful addition, which can help strengthen the bond we have with our bodies.

From assessment of functional movement patterns, to treatment incorporating active and passive modalities, Julia aims at guiding her clients towards personal goals, with a broader, whole body approach to their health and well-being. She hopes to create a supportive connection with all of her clients, and leave them feeling empowered and at ease in their bodies. She looks forward to working with motivated clients from all walks of life.

If she is not in the clinic space, she is likely swimming, on her yoga mat, or outside exploring the west coast with friends, on foot or by bike. Julia will continue to be a student always seeking to learn, from her clients, about the body, the practice, and about life.

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