Suzanne Vetterli, RMT

Suzanne graduated from West Coast College of Massage Therapy in 1986, and taught at that College in the early 1990’s. She was a member of the Research Committee of the College of Massage Therapists for 8 years, and was for many years involved in evaluation of Registration exams for the CMTBC. An appointment to a committee of the Medical Services Commission, as a professional member, was in effect from 1993 to 1997. Suzanne is also a member of the Massage Therapists Association of BC. A degree in Nursing from UBC in 1981 led to many years clinical experience in acute and community Nursing.

Suzanne’s areas of interest and particular expertise are neuromuscular, connective tissue/fascial, myofascial, self-management and rehabilitation, with continuing education focussed in these areas.

In clinic
Tuesday: 10:00am to 7:00pm
Wednesday: 3:00pm to 6:00pm
Thursday: 10:00am to 7:00pm
Saturday: 10:00am to 7:00pm

Payment: Cash or Cheque only

Teresa Koelewyn, RMT

Teresa Koelewyn graduated from the West Coast College of Massage Therapy in 1992 and joined Pacific Massage Therapy Clinic as a partner in 1997. She is a member of both the College of Massage Therapists and the Massage Therapy Association of B.C. During her career she has continued studies in muscle energy technique, myofascial techniques and most recently has completed the Vodder training in Manual Lymph Drainage and Combined Decongestive therapy (MLD). MLD is beneficial for treatment of primary and secondary lymphedemas as well as post-operative edemas, sprains and strains, headaches, acute inflammation following MVA’s as well as other conditions. Teresa incorporates deep tissue massage with these other skills to provide a comprehensive treatment for her patients. As a therapist she is committed to helping patients achieve their health care goals through hands on treatment, as well as patient education, exercise programs and preventative care.

Outside of her work Teresa enjoys spending time outdoors with her family, cycling, running and hiking.

In clinic
Tuesdays: 9:00am to 6:00pm
Wednesdays: from 9:00am to 1:30pm
Thursday: 9:00am to 6:00pm

Payment: Debit, Cash or Cheque and e-tramsfers.
Able to bill Pacific Blue Cross directly.

Amanda Buckle, Acupuncturist

Amanda Buckle is a registered acupuncturist and childbirth doula.  She has had the privilege of providing these services for 12 years in both an office setting and through the provision of home services in Vancouver and surrounding areas.  She has also offered community acupuncture at the Main Street Midwifery Group for the last 11 years.

Amanda’s education includes the completion of a 4-year Practitioner of Traditional Chinese Medicine at the International College of Traditional Chinese Medicine.   In addition to  independent study, she undertakes annual classes and seminars which focus on the most up to date technology and therapy techniques available to acupuncture practitioners.

Passionate about the healing power of acupuncture and Chinese medicine. Specializing in providing holistic care for patients with diverse health concerns. From alleviating pain to supporting maternity journeys, she is dedicated to helping you achieve optimal wellness. Advanced training in Pelvic Dry Needling and Pelvic Floor Acupuncture sets her apart, ensuring a comprehensive approach to your well-being. Join her on this transformative journey towards balance and vitality.

In clinic
Friday: 8:30 am to 1:30 pm
Please contact 778.232.6337 to request other time options other than Friday morning.
Fees: $130 initial visit and $118 subsequent or
$500 for a package of 5 acupuncture sessions

Payment method: Debit, Credit or Cash
Able to bill Pacific Blue Cross, most other extended health insurance plans and icbc directly if approved for treatment.

MSP: $35
Private fees: $75 initial, $70 subsequent
One hour gym or rehabilitation sessions: $110 initial, $100 subsequent.

Payment method: Cheque, Cash
Able to bill Pacific Blue Cross directly.

Further questions can be directed to

Lionel Webb, RMT

It is with great sadness that we report the passing of our friend and colleague Lionel Webb. Lionel died on July 30, a stunningly short time after being diagnosed with widely metastasized cancer. He had just turned 73, and was planning to completely retire at the end of 2020. Please visit Lionel's memorial page.