Intent Health Team


Our Registered Massage Therapists are skilled in different areas of massage and bring curiosity, compassion, clear communication and innovative thinking to each treatment. At Intent Health clinic, know you’re in good hands.

Registered Massage Therapists

  • Jenn Sharman | Owner, RMT
  • Jen Harvey | RMT
  • Victoria Rogolino | RMT
  • Dana Anderchek | RMT
  • Ivy Glaboff | RMT
  • Ian Goodman | RMT
  • Masumi Kaneko | RMT

*Ian and Dana offer direct billing for ICBC claims.

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Jenn Sharman | RMT
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I’m fascinated by the art and science of massage therapy. With a trauma-informed approach, and a special focus on pain and stress management, I enjoy helping people feel at ease in their bodies. I also facilitate discussions for students and RMTs to learn about current research and best practices in patient care.

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Jen Harvey | RMT
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I bring a compassionate, responsive approach that acknowledges the significant role that stress and trauma can play in a person's experience of their body. Communication, consent and collaboration are central to my therapeutic practice. I enjoy facilitating somatic connection, balance and function for people on terms that make sense to them.

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Victoria Rogolino | RMT
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I’m passionate about how the body works and moves. I integrate an intuitive approach while using therapeutic and relaxing techniques. I understand no two bodies are the same and tailor each treatment to meet the needs of my patients. I’m honoured to provide support and encouragement to everyone I treat.

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Dana Anderchek | RMT
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I take a collaborative approach, engaging in non-judgmental listening to understand my patients’ unique needs. I enjoy creating an environment of relaxation while working to achieve my patients’ therapeutic goals. Drawing on my education in psychology and health sociology, I understand additional stressors which may be contributing to my patients’ clinical concerns.

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Ivy Glaboff | RMT
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I appreciate that each individual’s body and lived experience is unique. I’m committed to creating a comfortable, non-judgemental space where my patients feel safe and seen. My treatments and the space I hold for my patients are informed by my lived experience as a trans woman, as well as principles of trauma-informed practice.

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Ian Goodman | RMT
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I’m passionate about working with people experiencing pain. Having studied the neurobiology of pain at a graduate level, I enjoy helping people learn about the surprising factors that can influence pain. I get to know each person’s preferences and goals to create treatments that are comfortable and relevant to them.

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Masumi Kaneko | RMT
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I offer light to medium pressure massage with a therapeutic calming effect on the nervous system. My style of treatment can be helpful for people who want to restore, unwind and connect with their mind and body. I previously worked at the Fairmont hotel offering relaxation massage where I enjoyed helping people feel well-cared for.

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Kyla Simpson | RMT
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Trust forms the basis of every therapeutic relationship; to be able to share trust in an unbiased, educated and safe environment is a sacred experience that I value. My priority is to create a warm, safe atmosphere for patients to unwind. During our time together I want patients to feel comfortable and understood. I am here to work together towards patient goals to the best of my ability, with respect and without judgment.

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Recent Blog Posts


Top 5 Trauma-Informed Resources for Massage Therapists

Top 5 Trauma-Informed Resources for Massage Therapists

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Summary: Massage Therapists are increasingly recognizing the importance of providing trauma-informed care, however it’s not taught in most massage programs. This article lists our top 5 recommendations for learning about trauma-informed care and how to apply it in your practice. There is no regulation for using the phrase “trauma-informed”

Intent's website now has accessibility features

Intent's website now has accessibility features

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We value accessability and inclusivity in our clinic space, our massage therapy treatments and on our website. That's why we partnered with AccessiBe. Their mission is to make the internet accessible, inclusive & equitable. Website visitors can now click the icon on the bottom left corner of the website to select

The Scientific Benefits of Massage Therapy

The Scientific Benefits of Massage Therapy

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Massage therapy can reduce anxiety, depression, pain and improve quality and duration of sleep. Improvements in sleep, mood and pain levels can create windows of opportunity where you feel better and can move and socialize more.

With great respect and gratitude, we practice massage therapy on the traditional, ancestral and unceded territory of the Coast Salish Peoples –Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish), Səl̓ílwətaʔ/Selilwitulh (Tsleil-Waututh) And Xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam) Nations.

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