Meet Your Practitioners
Lindsay Charron | Osteopath
D.O.M.P., BSc Exercise Science
Lindsay Charron is from Montreal, Quebec and has an undergraduate degree in Exercise Science with a specialization in Clinical Exercise Physiology from Concordia University. She moved to Whitehorse, Yukon in 2008. After working in an athletic setting, working with sports teams, athletes and doing active rehabilitation, she decided to pursue education in a field that would allow her to treat people’s injuries and pain more holistically. Lindsay graduated from the Canadian School of Osteopathy in Vancouver in may of 2017, Lindsay offers treatments in both French and English.
Lynn Pollard | Registered Massage Therapist
Lynn Pollard graduated from McKay Massage and Hydrotherapy School in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan in December 2002. Lynn is a member of the Massage Therapy Association of Saskatchewan.
Lynn was a full time Massage Therapist in Saskatoon for five years before moving to Whitehorse in August 2008. Her focus is myofascial release and deep tissue therapeutic massage. Lynn also has experience and enjoys treating prenatal and postnatal massage. Lynn believes that regular massage is a great tool for rehabilitation and prevention of injuries from sports and repetitive daily tasks.
Lynn's post graduate training include Myofascial Release, assessments specific to whiplash and whiplash associated disorders. Lynn also attended the 2012 International Fascia Congress to expand her knowledge of Fascia and how to manipulate it. Recently Lynn has taken a Myofascial cupping course and is intergrading it into her Massage practice. Lynn's intention is to continue her training in fascia and provide effective treatments for her patients.
Lynn is also a certified Infant Massage Instructor with the International Association of Infant Massage. This designation allows her to teach parents and caregivers how to massage their infants (0-1 years of age).
Jessica Green | Registered Massage Therapist
D.Ac, MTAS 2008-1201, CMAG 023-F12, SK-114
Jessica Green is a Registered Massage Therapist and Licensed Acupuncture Practitioner. She is a graduate, with distinction, of the Professional Institute of Massage Therapy and McMaster University's Contemporary Medical Acupuncture post-graduate program. Jessica is currently a member in good standing with the Massage Therapist Association of Saskatchewan, Canadian Contemporary Acupuncture Association and Provincial Medical Acupuncuture Association (SK).
For more than 10 years, Jessica has been fortunate to work in the area of health and recreation while maintaining a private clinic integrating soft tissue mobilization, neuromodulation with movement education. In her practice, she is commited to facilitating an integrated health care model that combines functional assessment and advanced therapeutic massage with medical acupuncture to restore and maintain fluid function of the body. Enhanced competencies in case management and professional development in osteopathic manipulative technique are endeavours that Jessica continues to build on in her studies at the Canadian College of Osteopathy.
Stephanie Wilson | Registered Massage Therapist
BSc., CMTBC #06278i
Stephanie graduated from The West Coast College Of Massage Therapy's 3000 hour program. She obtained her licencing, with honours, from The College of massage Therapists of BC. Since graduating she has worked full time as an RMT in both Physiotherapy and Multidisciplinary practices.
Stephanie’s treatment style reflects her athletic background with an emphasis on myofascial release, myofascial cupping, trigger point release, and joint mobilization. However, she looks forward to adapting her treatment to fit individual needs. Whatever your concern may be, she has been effective in treating a variety of conditions ranging from tension headaches and chronic postural dysfunction to joint pathologies and anxiety.
Stephanie has a Bachelor’s degree in Health Promotion and is passionate about educating her patients so that they can develop the knowledge necessary to achieve their greatest state of wellness.
Steve Potter | Traditional Chinese Acupuncture
Steve qualified as a Traditional Chinese Medicine Acupuncturist in 2008, and is in good standing as a registered acupuncturist with the CAAA in Alberta. He trained at the University of Westminster in London, UK and has performed over 10,000 treatments in a variety of clinical settings.
His journey with Chinese Medicine actually started over 20 years ago when he became interested in Qi Gong and Tai Chi. It was from his first teacher, a master of Qi Gong, that he received acupuncture for a strained back. The results from that treatment made him appreciate the amazing effectiveness of acupuncture, and he continued treatment for a number of years – transforming his life, and eventually, leading to his new career.
Stephen treats using a variety of modalities
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Colton Jarvis, Registered Massage Therapist
Colton is a 2013 graduate of the West Coast College of Massage 3000 hour program. In the previous 4 years, Colton has maintained a therapeutic massage practice in Victoria B.C. before that he spent several months practicing massage in Whitehorse, Yukon, and has now returned to stay.
Colton enjoys working with all patients from athletes to desk workers. He builds his treatments with a focus on active release therapies, muscle energy techniques, deep tissue, myofascial release and trigger point therapy ect. He will work with each client to build a realistic customized treatment plan to suit each patient’s individual needs.
As an RMT that is new to Health Space, he has a fairly open and flexible schedule. This means he will be able to book you in exactly when you need treatment most.