Brooke has been a practicing RMT since November 2004 after graduating from the Victoria Campus of West Coast College of Massage Therapy where she completed the 3000 hour program. Brooke has been practicing in Ucluelet  for 12 years and has taken many post-graduate courses to maintain her registration and increase her knowledge and skills.

Brooke has experience in treating a variety of conditions including: musculoskeletal and sport injuries, headaches, postural dysfunction, low-back pain, pregnancy, chronic pain, chronic tension, multiple sclerosis, fibromyalgia, tendinitis, whiplash as well as a host of others. 

Brooke’s hobbies outside the treatment room include running the beautiful trails surrounding Ucluelet, playing in the ocean, SUPing, volunteering with local events and spending quality time with her family.



Megan was born and raised on Vancouver Island and has always made it priority to combine her love for the west coast with her passion for fitness.  As a long distance runner, she has been fascinated by the intelligence of the human body for as long as she can remember! Megan graduated from the Victoria Campus of West Coast College of Massage Therapy in 2012, where she completed the 3,000-hour RMT program. She is a member in good standing with the College of Massage Therapists of British Columbia and is currently working towards her Bachelor of Health Sciences at Thompson Rivers University. Megan has taken a wide spectrum of continuing education courses focused on the treatment of athletic injuries, TMJ dysfunction, low-back pain, repetitive strain injuries, as well as pre and post natal care.



As a Registered Massage Therapist (RMT) Molly’s approach is attentive and sensitive to each individual client’s particular needs. She believes that with the wide array of techniques available within massage therapy every client should be able to experience the therapeutic benefit of massage while also enjoying their time on the table. Molly completed the 3000 hour massage therapy program at the West Coast College in Victoria BC in 2009 and is currently one course away from completing her Bachelor of Health Science degree. Molly is an avid runner and surfer and has practiced yoga for many years. She has also taken a special interest in TMJ discomfort (which often accompanies neck and head issues) employing massage to the jaw muscles accessed from inside the mouth when indicated. She looks forward to helping facilitate optimal health and well being with her client’s at Harbour Health.