About Me

I am committed to providing superior care to each and every client. Careful assessment and planning lead to mindful, strategic treatments. I am a firm believer in the underlying pulse of the universe; I honour a sense of flow in the ordinary, the extraordinary, and in each one of my sessions with clients. I stand true to the dynamic nature of massage and work with the authentic rhythms of each client. My treatments involve deep tissue, Swedish massage, myofascial release, trigger point therapy, and breath work. I also teach yoga, with a focus on a slow vinyasa style (linking breath to movement) and therapeutic movement.

My massage career started in 2012 and has taken me to many parts of the world, from the northernmost tip of Haida Gwaii to the beaches of El Salvador. I acquired my RMT diploma from the West Coast College of Massage Therapy in Victoria, BC.

With an ever-expanding knowledge of human anatomy and biomechanics, I genuinely love what I do. I’m looking forward to facilitating your journey towards optimal health through tuning in and coming home. When I’m not in the treatment room, you can find me hiking up (or riding down) a mountain, trail running, cooking something vegetarian or bending my way into some funky yoga pose.



Registered Massage Therapy

Whether you are seeking relaxation, dealing with chronic issues or recovering from an injury, massage can help. I use a variety of soft tissue techniques to help you reach your health goals. These techniques include but are not limited to: deep tissue massage, Swedish massage, trigger point therapy, myofascial release, joint release, isolytic release and stretching. In every treatment, you can expect a calm, inviting environment and healing hands.

Registered Massage Therapy for pregnancy

Prenatal massage can help reduce stress and foster a healthier, happier pregnancy for both you and your growing baby. As your body adapts to the pregnancy, you may experience discomfort. Ligaments are softening, your centre of gravity is shifting, organs become compressed and both bodies are growing. Massage therapy may help reduce muscle tension, restore postural balance and normalize range of motion. Above all this is an opportunity for you to tune in and slow down through therapeutic touch.


"Yoga" means to yoke or unite. This refers to a union of body, mind and spirit. The practice of yoga has many benefits including reducing stress and anxiety, learning how to breathe, becoming more body aware and growing stronger and more flexible. I teach Vinyasa yoga - linking breath to movement, as well as Yin yoga - holding postures for long periods of time to stretch the fascia. The following classes are coming up: March 21 & a 6 week series starting April 2. Individual sessions also available. Please call to inquire.


Contact Me

Kelsey Callaway Wellness

Finding North building, 949 Fitzgerald Ave

Courtenay, BC

Tel: 778.992.0360

Email: kelseycallawayrmt@gmail.com

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