You will reap the benefits of massage if it becomes a regular part of your life. My goal is for us to work together to take better care of your health, long-term.
Communication is key. I need to know what you're feeling, experiencing and what you're looking to gain in order to best help you. In turn, I will explain the treatment and what you can expect to gain from it.
Massage is a tool to help the body heal. Whether it's stress, illness or simply to pamper yourself, the benefits of massage can be life changing. I would be honored to take that journey with you.
Nathallee Hartwell was born and raised on the prairies of southern Manitoba. In 2007, she moved to Vancouver to further her education. She graduated with a Professional Counselors Diploma, and completed certifications in Psychosomatic Therapy, Forgiveness Coaching, Reiki, and bodywork massage.
In 2010, Nathallee opened up her own clinic The Massage Studio Whole Body Wellness in Vancouver. She worked as a Holistic Massage Bodyworker for 12 years, while garnering a consistent 5-star reputation for 12 consecutive years and multiple accolades including Best Spa & Wellness Professional of the Year in BC, and twice Best Massage Runner Up in Vancouver.
With a strong penchant for learning new things, all things health related, and a deep seated love for massage, she went on to complete the 2,800 hour RMT program at the Vancouver College of Massage Therapy (VCMT) in 2020. She is currently a member in good standing with the College of Massage Therapy of British Columbia (CMTBC), and is continuing her practice in Vancouver as well as opening up a new sister location in Tsawwassen, called Vitalité Restorative Wellness.
For the past decade, Nathallee has gained over 10,500 hours of massage experience while helping people feel better and get back on their feet. Her main focus was on stress relief for mental and emotional wellbeing, while gaining increasing interest in functional rehabilitation as well. Her final case study in 2020 was on posture correction and the treatment of Upper Crossed Syndrome; a condition typically seen in office workers with poor desk ergonomics. To learn more about her work, you can read her full case study below.
Nathallee has resided in sunny Tsawwassen since 2013, and is happy to call this beautiful seaside town home.