Kim Mark-Goldsworthy

Vancouver Island - Central Coast
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Kim Mark-Goldsworthy

B.Ph.Ed., R.M.T.
Massage Therapist
Certified in Sport Massage by the Canadian Sport Massage Therapist Association; Canadian School of Osteopathy Thesis Candidate
Vancouver Island - Central Coast

Kim Mark-Goldsworthy is a Registered Massage Therapist licensed to practice in British Columbia. She has been in continuous practice in Victoria since 1995 in the sport massage field with a special interest in concussions. She has a Physical Education Degree from Brock University (1993) and a Diploma of Massage Therapy from the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy (CCMH) in Ontario (1995). Kim received her Certification in Sport Massage by the Canadian Sport Massage Therapists Association (CSMTA) in 2002. She has also completed 5 years of training at the Canadian School of Osteopathy in Vancouver and is currently writing her thesis.

Kim has worked with a number of national and professional athletes and teams. She was the RMT with the Victoria Salmon Kings hockey team (ECHL) through their time in Victoria (2004-2011) and continues to be the RMT with the Victoria Royals hockey team (WHL) since their inception in 2011. She has worked with a variety of rugby teams at the Provincial and National level since 2004. Some of these teams included the Men’s Senior National 15s Team, Women’s National 7s Team, and the Men’s National 7s team. She has also been a member of the host medical teams for a variety of World Championships, Major Games, and the 2010 Winter Paralympics in Vancouver. Kim has been a member of the Canadian Medical Team at the 2007 Pan Am Games (Brazil), 2007 World Junior Championships in Athletics (Poland), 2008 FISU Summer Universiade (Russia), and the 2012 Summer Olympics (London). She was the RMT with the Men’s Senior National 15s Team at The Rugby World Cup 2015 in England.

Kim has been a member of the CSMTA Executive Committee (2002-2016) including the role of president (2010-2012), an examiner for the CSMTA written and practical certification exams, and continues to be a member of many CSMTA committees. She was also a Board Member of SportMedBC (2003-2008).

Kim works hard to balance being a mother of two, a busy practice, continuing education, and professional committee involvement. Throughout her life, her active participation in a broad array of sports including volleyball, badminton, athletics, ringette and rowing has given her the understanding of the demands and pressures of competitive sports.  In her spare time, Kim currently enjoys mountain biking, hiking, paddle boarding and ice hockey.