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Suzanne Sturgess, RMT DOMP



Since childhood, Suzanne has been drawn to caring for others.

With her fathers terminal diagnosis of brain cancer during her childhood, she spent time caring for her father solidifying her desire to help others, and to help manage their pain and maintain, or increase their mobility.

Suzanne decided on Massage Therapy as her craft and graduated from WCCMT in 2009. Massage therapy allowed her to work and travel throughout many parts of the world, and volunteer with the Canadian Paralympic Alpine Ski Team during the 2010 Olympic games in Whistler, BC.

Suzanne and is settled back in her hometown of South Surrey with her husband and two young girls. In 2015 Suzanne found inspiration in Osteopathy, and started her education journey once more. She has since completed the five-year Osteopathic training, and is now an Osteopathic Manual Practitioner (DOMP). Her Osteopathic title allows her to treat patients with more precision, a gentle touch, and integrates well with her existing knowledge of Massage Therapy.

When Suzanne can get away from the office, she spends her time with her family or in the forest. Very active in the community you may see her hiking, running, biking or playing at the beach or park with her two daughters and husband.

Areas of Focus: Pain and Dysfunction post MVA, Acute and Chronic Pain, Scar tissue correction, Visceral adhesions, Fascial release, Digestive issues, Fertility support, Postural Correction, Women’s Health Pre and Postnatal, Cranio-sacral therapy, Post-concussion syndrome, Headaches, Vertigo, TMJD, Pelvic floor dysfunction.

Massage Therapist, mother, student, nature lover and anatomy geek



I feel very comfortable in Suzanne’s care. She is very mindful during the process, always checking in and asking questions when treating me, while addressing my current needs. She teaches and explains what I can do to help with how my body is healing. I would definitely recommend Suzanne to others, especially women. She is calm, thoughtful and genuinely cares. It is comforting knowing she is familiar with how to treat specific female needs and that she takes the time to research and learn more how to help.


When I came to see Suzanne, I expected treatments to be relaxing with temporary pain relief following a car accident. My greatest surprise was the lasting effects from session to session. My muscle pain improved with each treatment. As a therapist I found her to be very approachable easy to talk to, and willing to research all avenues to help improve my physical condition. I would highly recommend Suzanne to other friends and family members. I feel she has amazing skills with her hands, and goes the extra mile each and every time I come.


My biggest fear about coming to a new RMT was that it would be another temporary fix and I would feel good for a day or so but the pain would return. It was different with Suzanne. After following the recommendation of two friends, I knew I would feel at ease with her and I was right. She listens to what is causing your pain, where it hurts and takes a holistic assessing all the problem areas and how they are interconnected. I am more pleased that she combines her knowledge of massage therapy and her studies of osteopathy to go beyond a massage. I came to her with an old wrist injury and she was able to reset it using her osteopathic techniques and it has been great after only the one treatment. Suzanne uses her experience, knowledge and studies of massage and osteopathy to help your body heal itself. She is very easy to talk to and provides caring treatment.


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