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Team Fleetwood

Meet The Team

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Leanne Gall RMT

Leanne is a 2018 graduate of West Coast College of Massage Therapy.


Throughout school, she was very fortunate to have had the opportunity of working with a variety of patients at outreaches such as the Multiple Sclerosis In-Reach, SPEC In-Reach (Parkinsons, Cerebral Palsy, etc), with the UBC Varsity Team, and BC Women's Hospital.


Her practice focuses on combining swedish massage with trigger point release, IASTM, myofascial release, neuromuscular techniques, stretching, and often the use of hydrotherapy, in which hot stone therapy may be incorporated depending on each individuals needs, how their body responds, and the patients preferences. Her treatments are therapeutic yet relaxing.


In Leanne's free time, she enjoys being outdoors, spending time with friends and family, going to the gym, cooking and volunteering.

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Gabrielle Kam RMT

Gabrielle Kam graduated from the 3000hr RMT program at Langara College. She strives to create a safe space for optimal health care and exceptional customer service for her clientele. The focus of her work is a holistic approach.  She often treats chronic pain, headaches, stress, neuromuscular conditions, and pre/post-natal massage.  She is currently an Instructor for the RMT program.  She also holds a certification in hot/cold Stone massage therapy, lower extremity table Thai treatment, as well as a Lactation Certificate for health care practitioners.

Gabrielle is a proud mother who loves spending time with her family, salsa dancing and cooking up a storm. In her spare time, you will find her exploring outdoor trails, trying new restaurants and jetting off to a sunny destination.

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Eliezer Dazon RMT

Eliezer is a Registered Massage Therapist and has a background as a Strength and Conditioning Coach / Personal Trainer. He is active in many sports and exercises to keep healthy; movement has always been a part of his life. Having experienced multiple injuries over his life and being a previous MVA patient, he has always done self-care, pain management and rehabilitation.

His approach to massage therapy is more holistic from active exercises, myofascial release, trigger point therapy, joint mobilizations, PNF Stretching, etc. to help aid a patient to full recovery. He also incorporates IASTM Instrument Assisted Tissue Mobilization (Graston) MET / PNF.

For those suffering from traumatic injuries like MVA / Whiplash, stress, headaches, chronic pain, sports injuries, trouble sleeping or just in need of relaxation, Eliezer will work with you to create a comprehensive treatment plan tailored to your individual needs. He aims to provide a safe, non-judgemental environment that welcomes open communication for you to feel your best and get you moving to your optimum.

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Julie Tumilba RMT

Julie has over 10 years of experience in Massage Therapy. After completion in 2006 at CDI College in Toronto, she worked in various clinical settings like Sports Clinic, Rehabilitation Centre, Spa and Career Colleges. She advanced her career by taking different modalities training in Orthopaedic Massage, Thai Yoga Massage, Advanced Soft Tissue Manipulation to name a few.  She integrates with different types of muscular work to design treatments for her clients that are individual and specific.

In 2017, she started teaching at Oxford College, in 2019 at Medix College Toronto and recently started at CDI College in South Surrey where the new challenge strengthens her dedication and desire in the profession. She pushed and encourage her students to strive and better their skills so that they will be successful in the profession.

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Jasmine Gill Kinesiologist

Jasmine is a Registered Kinesiologist and is currently completing a Master of Kinesiology at UBC. She has taken advanced courses in exercise physiology, prevention and management of sports injuries, and performance planning. Through her education, Jasmine strives to implement evidence-based practices during active rehab sessions.


As an athlete, Jasmine was a provincial medalist in the 400m and 800m. She was also a member of SFU’s Varsity Track & Field team, but an injury abruptly ended her collegiate career. That ultimately piqued her interest in injury prevention and rehabilitation. Jasmine is now an NCCP Sport Coach and has extensive experience working with Track & Field athletes of all ages. She provides safe and developmentally appropriate training to individuals to enhance physical literacy, conditioning, and sport-specific skills.


Jasmine has also spent the last year working as a Rehabilitation Assistant at a long-term care home. She has experience working with patients with various orthopedic and neurological limitations, such as osteoporosis, compression fractures, stroke, spinal cord injuries, and Parkinson's, to name a few. She has successfully helped patients overcome these limitations to become more independent.

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