Cody takes pride in both his practical and academic knowledge. He applies this to his practice to get a comprehensive picture of what is causing the patient’s problem and then create a solution.
In practice, Cody has experience working in a variety of settings including Lululemon’s SeaWheeze half marathon, UBC Varsity Sports, GF Strong Rehab Center, and more. He has experience working with a great variety of health conditions.
Cody has an interest in sports medicine among other aspects of massage. Having grown up in Vancouver, Cody has partaken in many sports and activities. He enjoys snowboarding in the winter, surfing in the summer, and playing competitive soccer. Year-round he gets outdoors to cycle and hike. With these sports, injuries are common. Cody has broken bones, sprained ligaments and strained muscles. He knows what it takes to recover from these injuries and he utilizes his practical and academic knowledge to come up with a treatment plan that fits for each individual patient.
Before graduating from West Coast College of Massage Therapy, Cody worked for 5 years to become a red seal, sheet metal journeyman. He has experience working with his hands and working with people. As a foreman on a construction site, he became skilled at solving problems. A lot of people say construction is such a far leap away from massage, but it has a lot of similarities. You work with people, you follow a plan, and when there is something wrong with that plan, you have to adjust. You have to find a solution. And that is a lot like the body. It follows a plan, and when an injury or something goes wrong, you have to adjust and find a solution.