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Tidal Elements is a unique holistic Healing Arts Studio specializing in Registered Massage Therapy, Craniosacral Sessions, Healing Bodywork, Energy & Metaphysical Sessions, Hypnotherapy/Hypnosis, SATT, and Clinical Counselling.
We have a wide variety of classes and workshops, including: Yoga, Meditation, Crystal Bowls, Sound & Dance Workshops, Biodynamic Craniosacral Training's, Manual Osteopathic College of Canada, and much more.
> If you are sick, you may cancel online up to 48 hours before your appointment begins. After that, please call the clinic at (250) 306-9283 to cancel. We will be happy to help you find a new date and time to reschedule, if requested. If less than 24 hours has been given, your Practitioner will let you know if a cancellation fee will apply.
> Our clinic standards have always been to keep our space pristinely clean. We are continuing to use isopropyl alcohol as our cleaning agent, and continue to increase the frequency in which we clean all surfaces touched by guests and practitioners.
Payments: Please be advised that each Practitioner accepts their own payments after the session is complete. To find out which method of payment your practitioner is receiving, feel free to give the clinic a call at (250) 306-9283.
Parking: We have 5 parking spots reserved for Tidal Elements customers. If those parking spaces are full, please park on the street, or in the parkade on 31 Ave (one block East of Tidal Elements).
Enjoy your session!
This was my third session with Ross and i was as impressed this time as i was with the first two massages. He is excellnet - listens closely and then provides a really deep and effective massage. I will be back for certain - in fact, i have already booked my next session.
Always excellent service and a wonderful float!
I’ve worked with many counselling professionals over the years, but never anyone quite like Sara! This woman is a gift from God and had helped me and my family through some very traumatic life challenges. So grateful for her knowledge and experience.
I was very pleased after my massage with Ross Freeman-Marsh. I communicated to him exactly what I wanted worked on and he did just that. He also used the perfect amount of pressure. I look forward to my next appointment with him.See All
Cancellation Policy: Your appointment time is reserved just for you. A late cancellation or missed visit leaves a gap in the day that could have been filled by another patient in need. If you are sick, you may cancel online up to 48 hours before your appointment begins. After that, please call the clinic at (250) 306-9283 to cancel. We will be happy to help you find a new date and time to reschedule, if requested. If less than 24 hours has been given, your Practitioner will let you know if a cancellation fee will apply. Thank you!
Hours of Operation
Tuesday: 9:00am - 5:00pm
Wednesday: 9:00am - 9:00pm
Thursday: 9:00am - 5:00pm
Friday: 9:00am - 5:00pm
Saturday: 9:00am - 5:00pm
Statutory Holidays: CLOSED
3410 31 Avenue
Her career in healthcare started in 1985 as an emergency paramedic for the BC Ambulance Service. Experiences in this field sparked her interest to pursue more holistically oriented healthcare studies.
In 2003 she completed her training as a certified Shiatsu therapist; and in 2008 graduated as a certified craniosacral therapist, both through Langara College in Vancouver.
Agnes was introduced to the biodynamic approach to craniosacral therapy during her studies, and completed the foundation training in March 2012 with Bodyintelligence in Vancouver.
After practicing in Vancouver and Vernon, Agnes enrolled in the Somatic Experience Professional training program to deepen her understanding of trauma and its effects on the nervous system. She completed her training in March 2015.
After attending the ‘Mothers, Babies and Children’ craniosacral post-grad seminar in June 2016, Agnes has extended her practice to include working with moms and babies.
During an in-person session, you are in a quiet, private setting. You remain fully clothed on a massage table, a chair, standing or moving. What you experience from your own session is highly individual. The sessions are deeply insightful and full of discovery. Physical and emotional patterns which have felt dysfunctional can shift. Changes happen at a cellular level and with awareness so that you can have choice about what true comfort is in your life.
Gilly’s education is varied, the 1980’s were spent at the University of Calgary in Nursing, Psychology and Education. Leaving the traditional world of academia, she travelled to New York, and in 2000 was certified in the Rubenfeld Synergy Method. Since then, she has studied in Canada and the US in: CranioSacral Upledger, Psycho Drama classes and most recently, is a student of Ortho-Bionomy. She has developed and taught a number of workshops in North America, which reflect the way that awareness and wellness can be integrated into all aspects of life.
~ Tools for Healing Trauma
~ Bodymind Golf
~ Shadow Work
~ Evolution Ergonomics
~ Enrich Your Life
~ The Chakras
In addition to her education and years of working in bodymind therapies, Gilly’s experience as the first woman White Water raft guide in Canada gave her the confidence to guide people to enjoy the calm waters and wild waves that are the river of life. In 2008, she co-founded: UR Building Knowledge, (https://urbuildingknowledge.com) a not-for-profit that raises money to help build schools and medical clinics in Myanmar.
Curiosity and creativity have fueled Gilly’s interest in learning and teaching about the enigma that is humanity. Her 20 + years of working with people provide a solid foundation from which to work with individuals and to create a new training program: Somatic Affective Talk and Touch(https://satt.ca/about/) offered at Tidal Elements.
NLP Practitioner (AIP)
Ginette has a degree in Biochemistry from the University of Waterloo and a Bachelor of Education from the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education of the University of Toronto. She passionately taught secondary school science and mathematics for 30 years. Her interest in understanding how we learn, and the biology of the mind-body connection, lead her to pursue her certification as a Consulting Hypnotist/Hypnotherapist with the National Guild of Hypnotists. Subsequently, she has received her certification as a Neurolinguistic Practitioner with The Association for Integrative Psychology.
Ginette considers her academic and teaching background highly relevant to becoming an effective consulting hypnotherapist, as it has equipped her with a toolkit to help people with problem-solving, stress management, building resilience, and strategies for success. Ginette draws upon her scientific background, and uses hypnosis, guided meditation, positive imagery, neurolinguistic programming (NLP), and mindfulness coaching in her practice, implementing compassion and an open mindset towards her clients.
“Whatever we plant in our subconscious mind and nourish with repetition and emotion will one day become a reality."
- Earl Nightingale
In 2007 she graduated from the massage therapy program at Mount Royal College in Calgary and shortly thereafter dove into studying Ayurveda and completing a 200 hour yoga teacher training. Since moving to the Okanagan in 2008 Julie has taught several styles of yoga, worked in healing clinics and spas, and taken numerous courses and training. Her style of bodywork integrates techniques/modalities to customize treatments. She is passionate about facilitating deep healing and always expanding knowledge through personal and professional development.
Julie finds space and freedom in dance and is an aerialist, flow artist/fire dancing performer. Inspired by all of the elements in nature and the magnificent BC landscape, she can be found on a beach soaking up the sun or skiing on the mountains enjoying all the Okanagan has to offer.
family in Red Deer, AB, she moved to Fairmont Hot Springs, BC in 2001. Shortly
thereafter in 2005 she successfully operated a Spa business for 10 years offering
massage, reflexology, facials, pedicures and manicures to her many loyal clients.
Lana became an empty nester in 2015, where she took a hiatus to relax and
reflect on life’s next steps. After much soul searching; Lana made the decision to
become an RMT.
She completed the RMT program at the KCCIHS in Nelson, BC in December 2021
and passed her provincial board exams in March 2022.
Lana enjoys meditation, yoga, making healthy food, hiking, nature and spending
time with her much loved family and grandchildren. She has training in
CranioSacral Therapy and includes all aspects of our emotional and mental
well being including mind, body and spirit in her practice. She brings a nurturing,
healing, and intuitive energy to her work. Her kind, compassionate nature creates
a calm, safe and healing space.
Contact Lana at 250-688-0127 to book a session, or (email). She is available
Tuesdays & Thursdays and one Saturday per month.
Lani has been a Registered Massage Therapist since 2001 and is a graduate of the 3-year Massage Therapy Program at Okanagan Valley College of Massage Therapy. She has worked at OVCMT as an instructor and Clinical/Outreach supervisor since 2004. She currently instructs Massage Theory and Practical 1 and 2 and the Maternity Preparation course for the Year 1 students, supervises the Maternity Outreach practicum and is the Teacher Assistant for Infant Massage. Lani is very excited to be working at Tidal Elements Healing Arts Studio. Her preferred areas of practice are CranioSacral Therapy, Pre and Postnatal massage, Breast massage and Infant massage. She is certified in CranioSacral Therapy Level 1 and 2 through the Upledger Institute. When not working she enjoys spending time with her husband and 4 children.
During a session the client is on a massage table fully clothed and the Himalayan bowls are placed directly on the body (e.g. the shoulders, sternum, abdomen, down the back and legs) or, if more appropriate, near the body.
Most clients start to relax as soon as the session begins. VST activates the parasympathetic nervous system to reduce stress, and in this relaxed state it allows the body to repair itself. With our body being about 70% water, the vibration can penetrate deeply into our tissues. This vibration eases tension in the muscles, and as the saying goes “the issues are in the tissues“ so it has the potential to allow some emotional healing to bubble up to be released.
Those who undergo a state of deep relaxation often report a feeling of mental freshness that they carry with them after the session is over. You may feel the effects for up to 72 hours.
VST is often used for the following:
Raising focus and gaining a clear mind
Quickly introducing deep meditative states
Easing blockages and tension
Provides Deep Relaxation for your body and mind
Ross was drawn to massage therapy after an RMT helped him recover from a lumbar spine injury. He has gained experience working in spas and offering mobile massage prior to becoming registered.
Ross incorporates modalities such as swedish massage, deep tissue, myofascial release, joint mobilizations and trigger point therapy into his practice. His preferred area of practice is treatment of pain and postural distortions caused by regular day-to-day life. Treatments aim to address the discomfort and also the continual postures/activities that cause it.
Outside of the clinic, Ross enjoys exercise and tabletop games.
On a more personable note: Sara is originally from Miami, Florida, has lived in a variety of states in the United States and is a new comer to the Okanagan Valley (2021). She enjoys time with her family, being outdoors (hiking, kayaking, camping), and opportunities to practice self-care.
Shauna’s treatment style combines a variety of techniques, including Myofascial Release, Joint Mobilizations, Swedish Massage, Deep Tissue, Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization, Trigger Point Release and CranioSacral. She holds her Certification in Upledger CranioSacral Therapy Level 1 and will soon be continuing studies in Visceral Manipulation. Treatments are tailored to the individual and are geared towards finding the root cause of dysfunction while providing support to the nervous system to encourage a deeper healing process.
When she is not at work, Shauna enjoys cooking, yoga, paddle boarding and exploring local hiking trails and when she is not participating in those activities, she enjoys frequenting local farmers markets and artisan shops so she can best appreciate what her region has to offer.
As a practitioner, I come from an empathetic approach and will always listen and look at where a person is at the day they are standing in front of me. The past although gone, is part of your case history and is hugely relevant. It gives us a place to work from in the moment in time we chose to meet and work together.
Personally, I have found immense change and inner strength in my own body since endeavouring on the Pilates journey. It feels amazing to have functional strength in all activities of life.
My loves are the connection of the brain and the nervous system as well as looking at the body in its entirety.
I hope to share some laughs and find ways to strengthen others from the inside out, with the ultimate goal in mind - to live a great life at any age.
“That’s the thing about pain, it teaches us” ~The Fault in Our Stars
My journey began in West Berlin Germany. After school I worked with kids and families living in extreme poverty in and around Paris France. I continued to do so back in Berlin as I decided to study education, anthropology and art therapy. Inspired by my yoga practice, I wrote my bachelors on art and embodiment and my masters about the history of embodiment and the educational system. By then I was teaching in the context of an interdisciplinary research project and finished my PhD with honours on embodiment, peer culture and technology.
From this academic life style in the wild years of Berlin during the Cold War till after The Wall came down, I moved to Armstrong BC of all places to live with my shining husband, some happily un-behaving kids and all kinds of animals to root into the earth of this stunning land. I began to offer yoga and meditation classes and sessions for several healing modalities that I gathered over the years. As cranio-sacral therapy found me, all these approaches weaved together in the biodynamic expression of emotionally integrated somatic healing, which I happen to love and adore so very much. I hope to see you there!
To reach Victoria directly: www.theinnerocean.ca
or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org
Zabrina moved to the Okanagan Valley in 2009 to attend a holistic health school in Kelowna, fell in love with the area and never left. In 2010 Zabrina chose Vernon as her home and began building her practice of bodywork and energy healing for horses and people. A lifetime horsewoman, her equine practice allows Zabrina to combine her love of helping horses with her passion for holistic healing, and also allows her many glorious days of driving around the beautiful Okanagan and beyond, while her people practice allows her to follow her path of supporting people in seeking health and healing. Zabrina is thrilled to now offer Biodynamic Craniosacral sessions at Tidal Elements, as she believes this modality has such a profound impact on the healing journey, and at helping us to live our best life. In her Intuitive sessions, Zabrina will custom develop a session based on client preference and which modalities come up as priority that day, for example a session may combine intuitive swedish massage and reflexology, or perhaps chakra balancing with reiki and emotional clearing, finishing with some tuning fork sound healing.
Zabrina is passionate about recognizing the roles of all our systems (physical, emotional, mental, spiritual) on our health and life, and also recognizing the gifts in an individual life experience, the resiliency of the physical body, and the magic and the mystery of the soul.
When not working Zabrina loves to practice hot yoga, hike, take care of her animals, study, get wonderful treatments from other practitioners, and enjoy the ride of life.