Bayside Chiropractic's Newsletter
Volume 1 Issue 2 (August 2011)
False Creek from the Burrard Bridge (My morning commute) August 8th, 2011
Massage Available on Saturdays
As of August 8th Bayside will now be booking massage appointments on Saturdays. Please call to book your appointment.
Regular Exercise is a critically important component to your overall health. People come from all over to live in Vancouver and more often than not it isn't for the affordable housing prices; it's for the outdoor, active lifestyle. So get out there and take advantage. Here are a few of my favorite easily accessable ideas to get you moving towards better health.
Walk/Ride to work
Walk/Ride the Sea Wall in Stanley Park
Bike Ride to Granville Island
Join a Running clinic at The Running Room
Swim at Kits Pool
Boot Camp in the Park (I think there's a boot camp in every park West of Hope)
Beach Volleyball at the Spanish Banks
Paddle Boarding (Rent one from English Bay or Jerico Sailing Club)
Kayak in False Creek
Hike the Grouse Grind
Welcome Suzanne Deault, RMT!
Yours in Health,
After many weeks of grueling clinic tours, conversations over coffee and extended lunches I’ve found a highly qualified, passionate massage therapist to join us at Bayside.
Suzanne comes to Bayside with a genuine love for health and healing evidenced by her hobbies and interests. She is a recreational runner and may be found attending running groups throughout the city. She also enjoys golfing in the summer but where Suzanne truly excels is with a Futball and in the gym. She is a personal trainer and a fierce competitor and a past coach on the Soccer pitch. Suzanne also enjoys trying new foods and cultures through travel.
Suzanne’s education boasts RMT training from Georgian College in Barrie, ON and a bachelor of Medical Science from the University of Western Ontario in London, ON. Her post graduate work includes a certification as a Canfit Pro Personal Trainer. Sue is a proud and active member of the College of Massage Therapists of BC and the Massage Therapists Association of BC. Sue continues her pursuit of excellence with studies in the techniques of Active Release Techniques (ART) and reflexology.
Prior to moving to Vancouver, Sue was the owner and director of a massage therapy business in Newmarket , ON where she treated patients for both wellness and therapeutic purposes.
We are privileged and excited to have an RMT as talented Sue working with us at Bayside. She is taking new patients and is available:
Saturday By Appointment
Dr. John White