Dylan Wiebe grew up as a kid in Portage La Prairie, an hour west of Winnipeg, Manitoba. Dylan has been an athlete his entire life with his main interest being hockey and soccer. Dylan played AAA hockey for the Portage Terriers and later went on to play Junior hockey for the Oakville Seals of the SEMHL. Dylan did get an entry tryout for the Kelowna Rockets of the WHL, but a year later, had a career ending shoulder injury. The injury didn’t stop Dylan from playing sports. He then went on to play soccer full time and was chosen to play for Team Manitoba U-18 provincial soccer team where he represented Manitoba at the National U-18 Canadian Soccer Tournament in St. John’s, Newfoundland .
Dylan confesses he always was interested in therapy as a profession at an early age and eventually, after 5 years as a teacher in South East Asia to curb his travel addiction, sought out his real passion and moved his family back to Canada to pursue his new career at the Okanagan Valley College of Massage Therapy in Vernon, British Columbia. Dylan graduated from the College in December 2014 and successfully became a Registered Massage Therapist in May 2015.
Dylan uses orthopedic assessment and testing with all clients to direct treatment and to use as a reliable tool for gauging success in recovery and for inter therapist reliability. Even though Dylan has an extensive sporting history and enjoys treating sporting injuries, he is compatible and diverse to treat any condition; whether it be fibromyalgia, arthritis or frozen shoulder; and for any client: from children to teens to seniors. Dylan is always engaged in your condition and looks forward to assisting in your recovery.
Dylan enjoys utilizing many modalities in his treatments but particularly enjoys incorporating Deep Tissue Massage, Joint Mobilizations, Passive Release Techniques, Trigger Point Therapy and Facilitated Stretching into each session.