about our clinic

Hello! Julie Redlin’s Massage Therapy Clinic first started in 1992 in Fleetwood Surrey. Now located in Guildford/Fleetwood in a multidisciplinary clinic , we have a small personal clinic feel. We are located INSIDE of Fraser Valley Health and Wellness Centre. Built on excellent customer service, we have experienced Registered Massage Therapists that will assess, treat, and provide suggestions for homecare to speed up your recovery. Our therapists offer a huge range of different techniques including fascia work, trigger point release, pregnancy massage, even hot/cold stone massage performed in a deep therapeutic manner, just to name a few. We see many patients in chronic pain, old MVA whiplashes, computer related strain and so much more. Your health will be in good hands at our clinic, we truly care!

Meet our team

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Registered Massgage Therapist

Julie redlin, RMT

Julie has been an R.M.T for over 29 years. With extensive experience, Julie offers deep tissue massage, trigger point release, neuromuscular massage as well as hot/cold therapeutic stone massage.  Julie has begun instructing other R.M.T's with continuing education classes teaching stone massage.  Julie takes a special interest in getting to the root cause of the problem.  She enjoys educating patients on computer-related strains and texting injuries. Excellent customer service is paramount to Julie and she has built her long career using these principles.

Registered Massage Therapist

Kerry Marion, RMT

Kerry is both an R.M.T. and a BCRPA Personal Trainer/Group Fitness Leader.  Kerry has an excellent skill set of knowledge and tools to lead her patients to a healthy and balanced lifestyle.  Kerry's massage style is just as diverse.  She does fascia work, trigger point release, active and passive table stretches, deep tissue and hot/cold stone massage. Kerry regularly instructs fitness classes at our local rec centres, as well as instructing yoga, and training programs for triathlon and cycling events.  


Registered massage therapist

Shannon McDougall, RMT

Shannon graduated as an R.M.T. in 2017.  She has a strong interest in chronic pain such as migraines, headaches, fibromyalgia and MS to name a few.  Shannon also loves doing pregnancy massage and welcomes expecting mothers to be.  Some of Shannon's techniques include Swedish, myofacial, trigger point release, hot/cold stone massage therapy, and home care tailored to the goal of the patient.  Shannon loves to teach and shares her passion for massage by tutoring massage students, including a visually impaired student.  

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Registered massage therapist

Stephanie Gillespie, RMT

 Stephanie is a graduate from West Coast College of Massage Therapy in New Westminster. In her two years there, she volunteered at many different outreach programs to provide therapeutic massage therapy for people with a variety of conditions. Some of these conditions included musculoskeletal injuries, depression, anxiety, Parkinsons, MS, and Fibromyalgia. Stephanie uses a variety of different techniques to help personalize the massage experience to ensure it's best suited to each individual.


Stephanie is also a Personal Trainer and Group Fitness Instructor, with indoor cycling as one of her favourite forms of exercise. One of Stephanie’s personal interests is working alongside Registered Clinical Counsellors and Psychologists as she feels the mental and physical wellbeing of a patient go hand in hand. 


Registered massage therapist

Gabrielle Kam, RMT

Gabrielle Kam is proud to graduate from the 3000hr RMT program at Langara College. She strives to create a safe space for optimal health care and exceptional customer service for her clientele. The focus of her work is acute and chronic pain, headaches, full body relaxation, anxiety, depression, stress and pre/post-natal massage. She has certifications in hot/cold Stone massage therapy, as well as a breastfeeding course for health care practitioners.
Gabrielle is a proud mother who volunteers at the YMCA teaching Barre fitness, and is a community lactation support board member. In her spare time you will find Gabrielle exploring outdoor trails, practicing Chinese and Latin dance, swimming  and cooking.