Christopher Curran, B.A., RMT
Christopher graduated from the Okanagan College of Massage Therapy in 1997. Before moving to Victoria and joining Cedar Hill Sports Therapy Clinic, Christopher gained valuable experience working with a variety of clients and musculoskeletal problems in Calgary, Whistler, and Vancouver. An accomplished competitive athlete in high school and university, Christopher carried his interest in athletics forward naturally to working as a sports massage therapist.
Today, Chris has the pleasure of working with a wide range of clients. While he enjoys working with athletes of the highest caliber, he is motivated to treat and engage with active-minded clients regardless of their physical goals. Christopher’s approach to treating the body is constantly evolving. An interest in attending ongoing professional courses keeps him challenged and up to date on new treatment techniques. Currently, he employs deep tissue release, IASTM (Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilisation) alongside myofascial and joint mobilisation techniques to achieve improved soft tissue balance and health in his clients.
Christopher and his wife Stephanie, a Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioner, have traveled to Africa and Venezuela to provide volunteer services in rural, third world communities. Christopher has been terminally afflicted with “the travel bug” and, when not working, may be found indulging in the pursuit of happiness through windsurfing, kiteboarding and photography with Stephanie and their daugher, Shae, here on the Island and around the world.
In accordance with provincial regulation, all therapists at the Elements of Health Centre are licensed and in good standing with the College of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Acupuncturists (CTCMA) or College of Massage Therapists.
“Chris has been our massage therapist for 20+ years. Through multiple pregnancies, car accidents, sport injuries, he treats my entire family regularly. Chris is professional, compassionate and truly enjoys his work. He is an amazing therapist!”