Our Registered Massage Therapists

Iain Little, BA, CEP, RMT

graduated from the University of Victoria with a Human Performance degree in 1991 then studied at the West Coast College of Massage Therapy (WCCMT) in Vancouver, graduating in 1997. He is a Certified Exercise Physiologist and brings that background to his professional experience as a Massage Therapist. He taught a variety of treatment and exercise based courses at WCCMT Victoria 2002-2014. Iain works with a broad demographic of clients including recreational to professional athletes. Direct billing is not available with Iain at this time.  Click here to Book with Iain

Liz Aitken, BA, RMT

received a BA majoring in Psychology from the University of Victoria in 2003. After becoming interested in massage to relieve her sore shoulders and feet while backpacking around Nepal and South East Asia, she attended Victoria’s West Coast College of Massage Therapy, graduating in December 2007. She supervised massage therapy students at WCCMT Victoria from 2010-2017. Direct billing with Liz is not available at this time.  Click here to Book with Liz

Gillian Dorosh, RMT

graduated from WCCMT Victoria. Growing up with a highly demanding equestrian and athletic lifestyle inspired her to help individuals with their pain. With her extensive knowledge in physical exercises, she is ready to address your individual needs and goals. Down time is spent with her lovely dog enjoying the outdoors. Direct billing to Pacific Blue Cross may be available. Call us for more information: 250-744-1776 Click here to Book with Gill

Jennifer Willson, RMT

was born and raised in Victoria and graduated from WCCMT Victoria in 2013. Jenn loves to hike, camp and travel. She is currently a teaching assistant and clinic supervisor at West Coast College of Massage Therapy. Direct billing to Pacific Blue Cross and other select insurance plans may be available. Call us for more information: 250-744-1776 Click here to Book with Jenn

We are members of:

College of Massage Therapists of BC

RMTs’ Association of BC