Pemberton Massage Therapy

Sandra McLaren RMT

Pemberton massage Therapist

I am excited to welcome you to our new Pemberton practice.

After graduating from the Registered Massage Therapist program from the West Coast College of Massage in 2005, I moved to Pemberton and began working at one of the hotel spas. Since then, I have taken several courses, mostly in the field of Cranial Sacral Therapy, Visceral Manipulation and Fascial Release. In 2009 I took a year off and began doing an integrative series with these modalities as the focus. In 2010 I began working at the Scandinave Spa. In 2013, I completed the Cranial Sacral Therapy Certification Program at Langara College in Vancouver, and immediately following my graduation, I completed level I, II, III Cranial Sacral workshops with the Upledger Institute as well as the level I Pediatrics and Obstetrics course. I am currently continuing my studies with Visceral Manipulation with the Barral Institute.

I offer Massage in Pemberton with Cranial Sacral Therapy, Visceral Manipulation and Fascial release as my passion.

I enjoy spending time with my husband and three beautiful girls here in beautiful Pemberton BC, and I am looking forward to building my practice here in my hometown.

Contact Sandra directly at 604-698-5377, or book online below


Pemberton massage therapy

***Please Note Laura is curently away on maternity leave***

Laura is a Registered Massage Therapist and a Certified Athletic Therapist. She graduated from Sheridan College with a Bachelor of Applied Health Science (Athletic Therapy) Degree in 2012. After successfully completing the required certification exams, she then began her career as an Athletic Therapist. Throughout the following years she realized her passion for clinical work, which drove her decision to go back to school for additional education in massage therapy. Laura graduated from the Vancouver College of Massage Therapy in April 2018, and became a Registered Massage Therapist in November 2018.
Laura’s preferred style of work includes an orthopaedic approach where she takes into consideration any biomechanical issues and muscular imbalances. Her approach seeks to find the root of the issue, rather than chasing pain. She loves working with athletes and weekend warriors of all ages and capabilities, but she also appreciates the power of a relaxation massage in reducing stress in our everyday lives.
Laura is thrilled to have this opportunity to work in her hometown of Pemberton, and is excited to work alongside other highly regarded health professionals while helping locals achieve their health goals!

Contact Laura directly at 604-902-5080, or book online below

Julie Sickel RMT


A love for health and activity led me to massage for my own body maintenance and repair growing up. I graduated from Ontario’s Centennial College in 2003 and have been practicing ever since. I have always been intrigued by how the body moves, builds and breaks down patterns and how it can heal and hinder itself. These curiosities lead me to take further education in myofascial, visceral and joint kinesthetic therapy.
Since moving to British Columbia I spend my free time in the outdoors. I love Mountain biking, hiking, LOVE the snow and getting up the hill whenever I can. I found these activities help me relate to and create treatments plans for/based on my client’s lifestyles.
Also due to a love of women’s health and wellness, I attended Douglas College in 2015 to become a Certified childbirth educator (prenatal education teacher) and I have been a birth doula for 15 years.

Contact Julie directly at 604-966-4952 or book online below


Kateri is educated from Laurentian University Bachelor of Science from the Outdoor Adventure Leadership program; School of Human Kinetics. Her love for the mountains and outdoors brought her to the west coast of British Columbia and Yukon.
She was a High Performance Nordic Ski Coach for 12 years, with various clubs, Head Coach for Provincial Team and Junior National Team athletes. A great deal of personal and work experience has come from sports. Once retiring from coaching, she returned to school at Okanagan Valley College of Massage Therapy and graduated as an RMT in 2014.
Recently Kateri took advantage of her Hiatus from work due to the Covid-19, to combine her passions of Massage and Animals and became certified in Animal Massage.
A sports background instilled in her the core traits and values of integrity and accountability. This background also creates a unique perspective to her practise and understanding the body mechanics and physiology. She believes in the bodies desire to find balance and heal. Kateri will be helping people here at the Leaning Cedar Therapy location, and will performing her Animal Massage at a second location to be announced.

She looks forward to helping you achieve your goals and getting back to doing what you love.

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Chloe Portia

Chloe enjoys being able to share her passion for health & wellness with her clients and believes in taking a holistic approach to healing. She has a variety of experience working with people from all walks of life including; athletes rehabilitating from sports injuries, patients with systemic illnesses & nervous system pathologies, clients in addiction recovery, pre and post-natal women, elderly people in care homes & desk workers with postural dysfunction related pain.

To release tension and restore balance throughout the body, she integrates a variety of therapeutic techniques into her treatments including: Deep tissue, Trigger point therapy, Joint mobilizations, Myofascial release & Swedish massage.

When she’s not at the clinic, she spends her time mountain biking, snowboarding and practicing yoga.