Kristi Fremlin, RMT
Kristi is a Registered Massage Therapist who successfully completed the 3000 hour program at Okanagan Valley College of Massage Therapy in 2013. Kristi is passionate about working with people and helping them achieve their heath goals. In her treatments she focuses on releasing soft tissue restrictions and decreasing pain by using a variety of techniques including deep tissue massage, trigger point therapy, myofascial release, joint mobilizations, muscle energy, and craniosacral therapy. Kristi believes in a holistic approach to health and acknowledges that healing works best with a team approach. This is why she works collaboratively with and refers to other professionals such as Chiropractors, Acupuncturists, and Physiotherapists to provide a full healthcare team for her patients.
When she is not in the clinic, Kristi enjoys staying healthy and active by spending her time outdoors. Her favourite activities are hiking with her dog Cadence, mountain biking, horseback riding, paddle boarding, and downhill skiing.
Kristi was born and raised in 100 Mile House, and is happy to be practicing in her hometown where she can share her knowledge and training with the people in her community.
Caitlee lewis, RMT
Caitlee is a Registered Massage Therapist (RMT) who graduated from Okanagan Valley Collage of Massage Therapy in 2011. Throughout the program she completed 3,000 hours of hands-on experience and has been a full-time self employed RMT since graduation. Caitlee has always liked meeting new people and is now enjoying a rewarding career helping her clients achieve their health goals.
Caitlee was born and raised in 100 Mile House and was always active in the community growing up. After completing her post-secondary education in Vernon Caitlee was excited at the opportunity to return home to build her career at 100 Mile Massage Therapy Clinic. Caitlee’s treatment modalities include: deep tissue massage, trigger point therapy, myofascial release, and joint mobilizations although she creates unique treatment plans for each client. Every cycle Caitlee completes several continuing education courses within the Massage Therapy field to ensure she is current with the industry practices.
On her time away from work Caitlee loves to spend time outdoors with her family and two dogs. Caitlee has recently moved back to 100 Mile House and is looking forward to getting involved with the community and connecting with her patients.
Ryan langford, rmt
Ryan attended the Massage Therapy program at Okanagan Valley College of Massage Therapy where he graduated in 2016. Ryan believes in patient centered care, which includes working with patients to better achieve their goals as well as further educating the patient on ways to improve their health in their daily lives. In treatment, he prefers a specific, deliberate approach to the treatment of various injuries and postural dysfunctions. Ryan provides deep tissue massage, joint mobilizations, neuromuscular therapy, trigger point release, and myofascial release. He also strives to further his education by learning more techniques as his career progresses.
Aside from Massage Therapy, Ryan is passionate about music. He has played drums and guitar for a number of years and enjoys the sense of community that it brings when playing with other people. Ryan also enjoys various sports such as hockey and downhill skiing.
Ryan grew up in 100 Mile House and is excited for the opportunity to start his career in his hometown. He looks forward to working with his fellow community members.