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Stephanie Curran - Mon & Wed & Thurs 8am-12:30pm
Rachelle Goulet - Tues & Thurs 2-8pm / Fri 8am-1:15pm
Harris Fisher - Wed & Fri 2-8pm / Sat 9am-3pm

Massage Therapy

Christopher Curran - Mon & Wed 2-8pm / Tues 9am-1pm


Stephanie Curran offers a number of mindfulness based classes and courses. Please visit our website for a listing and full details.

Christopher graduated from the Okanagan College of Massage Therapy in 1997. Before moving to Victoria and joining Cedar Hill Sports Therapy Clinic, Christopher gained valuable experience working with a variety of clients and musculoskeletal problems in Calgary, Whistler, and Vancouver. An accomplished competitive athlete in high school and university, Christopher carried his interest in athletics forward naturally to working as a sports massage therapist.

Today, Chris has the pleasure of working with a wide range of clients. While he enjoys working with athletes of the highest caliber, he is motivated to treat and engage with active-minded clients regardless of their physical goals. Christopher’s approach to treating the body is constantly evolving. An interest in attending ongoing professional courses keeps him challenged and up to date on new treatment techniques. Currently, he employs deep tissue release, IASTM (Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilisation) alongside myofascial and joint mobilisation techniques to achieve improved soft tissue balance and health in his clients.

Christopher and his wife Stephanie, a Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioner, have travelled to Africa and Venezuela to provide volunteer services in rural, third world communities. Christopher has been terminally afflicted with “the travel bug” and, when not working, may be found indulging in the pursuit of happiness through windsurfing, kiteboarding and photography with Stephanie and their daughter, Shae, here on the Island and around the world.

Christopher graduated from the Okanagan College of Massage Therapy in 1997. Before moving to Vict... Read More

Stephanie Curran graduated from the International College of Traditional Chinese Medicine of Vancouver in 2000 with a Doctor of Traditional Chinese Medicine Diploma. Stephanie furthered her studies with advanced acupuncture training in China, where she completed a hospital internship program.

Stephanie has been in private practice in Victoria since 2000 and founded the Elements of Health Centre in 2006. She has devoted much of her practice to treating women’s health issues and has completed many specialized courses in the application of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) for treating reproductive and pregnancy conditions. Stephanie obtained her fellowship with the American Board of Oriental Reproductive Medicine (ABORM) in 2009 and is one of eight Canadians holding this designation.

Stephanie is open in sharing her own personal experience with infertility, click here to read more about her journey.

Passionate about working with women throughout their pregnancies, Stephanie has completed doula training as well as extensive TCM course work in obstetrics. During the years that she attended births, Stephanie integrated acupuncture and labour support in both home and hospital settings.

Stephanie has a strong background in treating musculoskeletal conditions and spent the first three years of her practice working at the Cedar Hill Sports Therapy Clinic. Stephanie is a past instructor at the Canadian College of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine in Victoria, where she taught a course in blending both eastern and western sciences to treat sports injuries and soft tissue pathologies.

As a long-time practitioner of meditation and yoga, Stephanie threads mindfulness teachings into her treatment sessions. Along with maintaining a daily practice, she attends annual meditation retreats and meets weekly with a meditation group in her community. She has completed teacher training course work in Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (with Jon Kabat-Zinn), Mindfulness-Based Childbirth and Parenting, Listening Mothers and Mindful Schools. As a parent, Stephanie is deeply moved and inspired to share the benefits of mindfulness with children, families and her community. She leads a weekly meditation group in Victoria called “Mindful Mamas”, 8 week MBSR courses for educators in local school districts and weekend workshops for birth preparation called “The Mind in Labour”. She also co-facilitates a Postpartum Mindfulness Group (MSP funded) in our Public Health Unit. Stephanie is a past board member with the BC Association of Living Mindfully (BCALM) and is passionate about leading presentations and supporting mindfulness initiatives in her community.

Stephanie and her husband Chris, a registered massage therapist, have traveled to East Africa and Venezuela to volunteer and provide health services in rural, third world communities. When not working, Stephanie enjoys playing guitar, windsurfing, camping and exploring the beach with Chris, her daughter Shae and their lovely dog Bodhi.

Stephanie Curran graduated from the International College of Traditional Chinese Medicine of Vanc... Read More

Harris began his study at the University of Calgary, completing a degree in religious studies and philosophy (having a strong focus in East Asian religions and Chinese language). He then moved to Victoria, British Columbia to absorb everything he possibly could from the five year doctor of Chinese Medicine program at the Canadian College of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. Harris then travelled to China, where he completed advanced study and internships at the Anhui University of TCM and the Chengdu University of Traditional Chinese Medicine affiliated hospitals. Fueled by a passion that continues to grow, Harris actively learns from experts from around the world to further hone his skills.

His relentless search for knowledge paired with genuine compassion enables Harris to deliver a level of care that conveys expertise and support, free from any judgement or agenda. Each case is approached with enthusiasm and he tailors his treatment to work specifically with each client’s unique needs. In doing so, Harris cultivates a sense of trust and comfort that grows with each treatment.

Since originally joining the Elements of Health Centre in 2007, Harris has further developed his clinical expertise in the fields of women’s health, endocrine disorders, fertility, obstetrics, men’s health as well as supporting couples for assisted reproductive treatments (IVF, IUI) at various fertility clinics. In his return, Harris brings a refined skill set in treating pelvic pain, vulvodynia and vestibulitis, ovulatory irregularities and polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS), endometriosis, recurrent pregnancy loss, menstrual cycle irregularities and/or pain, menopause, autoimmune thyroid conditions, erectile dysfunction and premature ejaculation, prostatitis, as well as stress and anxiety.

In addition to clinical practice, Harris is dedicated to the preservation, education and development of Chinese medicine. This is exemplified through his involvement with the regulatory college of Chinese medicine (CTCMA), consulting for and conducting research projects, teaching, and article writing. He was involved at many levels of the development of the national licensing examinations for acupuncture and Chinese medicine as well as conducting program audits of all of the Chinese medicine schools within BC. Harris was a co-author and investigator on a pilot study validating the effects of acupuncture treatment for vulvar pain (Journal of Sexual Medicine). He is also involved in an ongoing trial verifying the stress reducing effects of acupuncture for IVF support (Fertility and Sterility) and he has acted as a consultant for a randomized control study to investigate the effects of acupuncture for the treatment of chemotherapy related peripheral neuropathy in cancer patients.

Harris is registered Doctor of Traditional Chinese medicine (Dr.TCM) and a former fellow of the American Board of Oriental Medicine (ABORM). Dedicated to staying current, he is an active member of the Canadian Fertility and Andrology Society (CFAS). Harris enjoys interacting with practitioners of every discipline and aims to build community amongst the various professions to establish a network of support for individuals to get optimal care.

Harris balances his clinic life with a love for the outdoors and sharing that with his wife and son. Whether on bike, board, boat or on foot, they enjoy all the aspects our beautiful west coast has to offer.

Harris began his study at the University of Calgary, completing a degree in religious studies and... Read More

Rachelle completed her undergraduate degree in Psychology at the University of Alberta, before moving to Victoria to follow her dream of becoming a health care provider in the field of Traditional Chinese Medicine. She graduated four years later from the Canadian College of Oriental Medicine, with a diploma in Traditional Chinese Medicine. Rachelle has been a registrant in good standing with the College of Traditional Chinese Medicine in the province of British Columbia, since 2006.

While establishing her general acupuncture practice over the past six years, Rachelle has treated patients with a wide range of concerns. Throughout this period, she has also had the opportunity to study with experts from around the world. Rachelle’s post-graduate years have allowed her to further her training and acquire considerable experience across a broad spectrum of health-related issues, including gynaecology, reproduction, musculoskeletal, neurological and aesthetic.

Rachelle is passionate about women’s gynaecological issues and reproductive health. She has undergone extensive post-graduate training in this area. Among others, her teachers have included Bob Flaws, Jane Lyttleton, Heather Bruce and Jean Levesque. She brings significant knowledge to her practice in the treatment of women seeking care for a range of issues including gynaecological disorders, infertility, gestational discomforts and post-partum relief. She has also worked closely with the Victoria Fertility Centre, using acupuncture to treat and support Dr. Hudson’s patients undergoing assisted reproductive techniques. Having completed her Doula training, Rachelle has had the opportunity to provide support for many pregnant and labouring women.

Rachelle has treated a variety of acute and chronic musculoskeletal and neurological conditions. She uses traditional acupuncture and in some cases western-influenced acupuncture, specifically motor-point needling, to affect pain and create a better standard of living for her patients. She has studied under Matt Callison, the developer of Sports Medicine Acupuncture.

Rachelle also has a keen interest in the rejuvenating effects associated with acupuncture. Rachelle has studied under Virginia Doran, the leading expert in Facial Rejuvenation acupuncture. She had the opportunity to act as a teaching assistant to Virginia while she was lecturing in Victoria.

Rachelle is committed to helping patients achieve improved health and wellness through implementing the practices of Traditional Chinese Medicine. Rachelle is a mother of two. Her children keep her on her toes and fill her with life and love.

Rachelle completed her undergraduate degree in Psychology at the University of Alberta, before mo... Read More

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