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Our Team

Mission Statement

At Dominelli Massage Therapy & Wellness our knowledgeable and skilled staff work together to provide a calm and relaxing environment to promote health and healing of both body and mind for our patients.

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Andrew Morrison, RMT

Andrew enjoys working with a wide variety of clients and conditions, in particular providing relief and treatment of headache pain, stress, pain management and pre and post-natal care. He has attended a Fascial Congress seminar and has taken further training in the assessment, diagnosis and treatment of the GH (shoulder) joint. Outside of work Andrew enjoys spending time with his family and gardening.

Available: Monday, Tuesday, Friday, Saturday

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Chung Luc, RMT, BSc.

Chung graduated from the 3000 hour program at Vancouver College of Massage Therapy. He also has a degree in Biology from University of British Columbia. Chung has always had a special interest in health care, and the desire to make a difference, as his mother suffers from chronic migraine and arthritis pain. Besides migraine and arthritis, Chung also has particular interests in treating individuals with sports injuries and TMJ dysfunctions. Chung works hard at honing his skills, and utilizes a variety of techniques, including myofascial release, neuromuscular, trigger point release, as well as active and passive stretching. During his free time Chung enjoys taking his two boys fishing, swimming, and having friends and family over for dinner and an occasional poker game.

Available: Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday

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John Paul DaSilva, RMT, ART®

This native of Powell River, BC entered the massage therapy profession in 2005 following a career shift from the banking and health insurance fields. Since May 2005, John Paul (a.k.a. JP) has maintained his practice within the Tri-Cities (Coquitlam; Port Coquitlam; Port Moody) with a focus on athletics and sports massage therapy. He is full-body certified in Active Release Techniques (ART®) and utilizes this technique to assist athletes in their week-to-week maintenance regimens, in addition to common acute and chronic soft tissue injuries.

In his work-life balance, JP enjoys an active lifestyle that includes (but not limited to) hiking, traveling, motorcycle riding and pipe band style drumming. He is a retired Captain of the Canadian Armed Forces (Army), and is currently the Drum Major of the\ Delta Police Pipe Band. More info about JP can be found at www.JPtheRMT.com

Available: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

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Tina Bussiere, RMT

Having worked in dental offices for 11 years, constantly seated, answering phones Tina felt it was time for a change. She always loved being active in her spare time and wanted to combine it with a career but how? Massage therapy! After having two car accidents, numerous sprained ankles and receiving massage therapy herself she wanted to give back and be on the other side of the massage table.

Tina is a graduate of the WCCMT 3000 hour program. She enjoys working with patients of all ages, and all activity levels. Tina believes that massage, combined with home care and an active lifestyle can really benefit a patient’s recovery both physically and mentally as she has seen first hand what it can do! An active lifestyle can be anything from evening walks to body building, just something you enjoy that will get you moving!

In her spare time she enjoys reading, being outdoors, and keeping fit with a variety of activities including CrossFit, yoga and walking her dog.

Available: Sunday, Monday, Wednesday, Thursday

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Susan Jung, R. AC, R.TCM.P, BSc.

Susan graduated from Simon Fraser University in 2009 with a Bachelor of Science degree and completed the 4 year Acupuncturist and Herbalist diploma program from the International College of Traditional Chinese Medicine of Vancouver. She has always been interested in the human body since her childhood, so decided to pursue her studies in Biology at SFU.

When she volunteered at St. Joseph Hospital in London, Ontario, she interacted with many long-term care patients and came to realize the huge importance of maintaining the individuals health. This realization turned her studies towards TCM because it can help lots of people with chronic and complicated disease from the root. To meet her enthusiasm in TCM, she also attended the clinical study and observation program at Korean Medicine Hospital of Kyung Hee University in Korea. Susan uses diverse range of TCM techniques using acupuncture, scalp and ear acupuncture, electro-acupuncture, acu-pressure, and cupping based on each patients condition.

Available: Sunday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday