Who we are

Serenity Therapeutic Massage is a practice of Registered Massage Therapists who aim for top-quality clinical care customized to each specific client. The RMTs have a range of expertise from postural assessment to prenatal massage to craniosacral treatments to sports injury massage.


We look forward to seeing you here and providing you with therapeutic massage in our serene setting.

Convenient booking and location

Serenity Therapeutic Massage is located in the heart of the medical district on Broadway on the 12th floor of the Fairmont Medical Building on West Broadway at Willow St with easy access by car or transit.

We know you're busy so we make it easy to book appointments online anytime through our convenient interactive booking calendar without the need to play phone-tag with a receptionist.

Above-ground pay parking is available in the building but it is often easier (and more economical) to park in one of the nearby buildings (777 or 805 W Broadway) or on the street. Just don't park on W Broadway after 3pm because the city will tow.

Jamie Stuart

Massage Therapy, Prenatal Massage Therapy

Jamie Stuart, RMT (she/her) completed the 3,000 hour massage therapy program at the West Coast College of Massage Therapy in 2008. Jamie has experience in treating a variety of musculoskeletal injuries and conditions such as: back pain, repetitive strain, headaches, pregnancy, motor vehicle injuries, sports injuries and stress induced strain.

Jamie believes in a collaboration between therapist and patient to achieve discussed treatment goals. In efforts to achieve these goals she uses various modalities, including: Swedish, Trigger Point Release, Joint manipulation, Myofascial, and Muscle Energy Technique.

Joy Larsen

Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy, Massage Therapy, Prenatal Massage Therapy

Joy Larsen, RMT’s (she/her) love of travel to developing countries was the catalyst for beginning her career in massage therapy. Working with street people in Kolkata, India Joy quickly learned that touch is the universal language and her experiences in India, Pakistan, Kenya and Uganda working with people living with leprosy and AIDS made a profound impact on her life. Returning to Vancouver, she enrolled in the 3000 hour massage therapy program at the West Coast College of Massage Therapy in New Westminster, BC, graduating in 2004.

Kate Douglass

Massage Therapy, Prenatal Massage Therapy

Kate Douglass, RMT (she/her, they/them) graduated from the West Coast College of Massage Therapy in 1996 and has practiced on Vancouver’s West Side ever since.

Kate works Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays and can Direct Bill Pacific Blue Cross.

The main focus of Kate’s practice is on rehabilitative massage therapy and prenatal massage, using slow, specific pressure to treat deeper musculature without a ton of pressure or pain.

A member of the LGBTQ community, Kate is queer and trans-inclusive.

Laurie Shaw

Massage Therapy

60 minute appointment includes: intake, assessment, treatment plan based on clinical findings, treatment, home care program. She may also consult or refer to other Registrants or Licensed Practitioners when this may benefit the patient. Laurie’s main technique is Trigger Point Therapy with moderate pressure and focus on a primary complaint a client is experiencing. She does not offer full body, relaxation or general massage treatments.

Melanie Fedyk

Massage Therapy

Melanie Fedyk, RMT completed her 3000 hours diploma in Massage Therapy from the West Coast College of Massage Therapy and has practiced in Vancouver since receiving her professional license.

Her interest in Massage Therapy developed as she completed training in sports science in Hong Kong where the focus was on skeletal/muscular systems, kinesiology, and nutrition.

Tina Elrick

Massage Therapy, Prenatal Massage Therapy

Tina Elrick, RMT (she/her) graduated in 2013 from the 3000 hour massage therapy program at Vancouver College of Massage Therapy.

To further her training in deep fascial techniques, Tina spent a year and a half with an advanced rolfer as a mentor. Although she utilizes these deep techniques, Tina incorporates many modalities into her treatments, for she understands that no one technique works for every body in every treatment. These modalities include joint mobilizations, Muscle Energy Technique, Swedish massage, Myofascial Release, as well as stretching and strengthening exercises. She has experience in treating headaches, thoracic outlet syndrome, carpal tunnel syndrome, piriformis syndrome, low back pain, as well as prenatal massage.

Tina is interested in continuing her training in Visceral Manipulation, Cranial Sacral Therapy and Structural Integration.

Tina enjoys running, hiking, yoga, and traveling.