Nicolas Faucher

Nicolas grew up in St-Malo, a small town south of Winnipeg, Manitoba, and while growing up, regularly saw Massage Therapists since he was very active in the dancing community.
Ukrainian dance, Ballet, Ballroom, Latin, and Swing were styles he practiced and required many visits to his practitioners. It was due to these appointments which inspired him to follow a career in Massage Therapy. He truly believed in their many benefits.

In the spring of 2013, Nicolas finished a Bachelor of Science at the University of Manitoba. He then moved to Vernon for the Massage Therapy program at the Okanagan Valley College of Massage Therapy. Having become an RMT, he is now able to utilize his skills of treatment, as well as his knowledge of body movement, to help his clients move pain-free.

During the treatment, Nicolas utilizes Myofascial Release Techniques, Joint Mobilizations, Trigger point release therapy, Visceral manipulations(working on organs), Cranial Sacral techniques, and Deep Tissue techniques. A self-care plan is also given to help continue the progress at home, understanding that the most effective therapy is a team effort.
In addition to working in a clinic, Nicolas also loves to teach. He has taught dancing for many years, and taught at the Okanagan Valley College of Massage Therapy for two years. In 2018, he has joined the teaching staff at the Kootenay Columbia College of Integrative Health Sciences as an instructor for the RMT program and supervisor for the clinic.
He looks forward to working with you to develop a pain-free state of health.