Massage Therapy

Nathan Lalli trained in Massage Therapy at West Coast College of Massage Therapy, Victoria campus.

After completing the western medicine model Massage Therapy he continued to pursue knowledge and experiences to further assist in the healing of others.

A natural ability and and belief in the body's healing power led him to further his repertoire in such Osteopathic techniques as Craniosacral Therapy, Ligamentous Articular Strain and Functional Technique.

A search to further understand the interaction of mind-body-spirit has immersed Nathan in the work of Moshe Feldenkrais, the creator of the Feldenkrais Method®.

In his approach, Nathan attempts to remove the concept of “doing” to the human system. With a strong belief in the self-corrective capacity of the body, he facilitates “getting out of the way,” of this capacity.

Habit, trauma, or repetitive movements condition us to move and continue to move in dysfunctional (much of the time painful) patterns. Gently releasing dysfunctional patterns and assisting the creation of new (or forgotten) movement patterns of ease, creating a space to allow the natural healing forces of the human organism to reassert itself, is the goal of treatment.

Nathan Lalli utilizes a holistic combination of practices to best help you deal with and ideally, leave behind whatever physical issues are negatively impacting your life. The links below discuss the various fields that Nathan has trained in and uses in his practice.

All of Nathan's listed services can be employed for $85.00. This is not an hourly rate, but rather a fee for the service itself. Some treatments may require an hour or more, some less.  Typically a clinical hour is about 50 minutes. For more information and information on third party coverage, please call (250) 386-5100 or contact Nathan  via email.

Nathan can be reached by phone (or a message left if he is with a client) between 9:30 AM and 5:30 PM at (250) 386-5100 Nathan's email is

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