Bonnie Peters and John Dudas, in partnership have a combined RMT experience of over thirty years. We partnered to bring about a new massage therapy office in Abbotsford. We anticipate increasing our RMT staff to service this rapidly growing community. All of our therapists are board certified and registered in BC, having attained the most comprehensive training for therapists in North America. We are trained to treat chronic as well as acute body pain from injury, motor vehicle accidents, or just overwork and stiffness or headache. We can improve sports performance or just quality of life with less pain. We bill direct to your insurance company, RCMP or ICBC.
Bonnie Peters RMT
I received my RMT status in 1995 after 3500 hours of schooling. While treating thousands of adult patients with hundreds of different complaints, I have a special gift for treating infants especially those with colic. I produced 2 videos in Abbotsford featuring 10 local babies for an instructional infant massage film. The other was a short film of instructional pregnancy massage. Both films are available from this website.
John Dudas RMT
John graduated from the 3000 hour program at the West Coast College of Massage Therapy, New Westminster, and has been practicing in Mission and Chilliwack since 2011. He uses a wide range of knowledge and techniques to treat a variety of conditions ranging from stress management, head aches, MVA injuries, work and sports related injuries. His practice is centered around creating a unique treatment plan to best fit each patients needs and health.
John’s Techniques Include:
Sydney Melnychuk RMT
Sydney’s, passion for athletics has prompted her career in massage therapy. She completed school at Okanagan Valley College of Massage Therapy in 2018. Where she took time away from her sports in hopes to surround her life with facilitating others in their recovery. Her treatments offer myofascial release, deep tissue, passive stretching and joint mobilization. She believes working all elements of the body has the best outcome. She is highly motivated to provide the best care possible for improving the individual’s ailments. Beyond work and not limited to, Syd’s other passions are soccer, CrossFit, cycling, snowboarding and socializing with family and friends, including her horse of a dog Madden.