About Us

Registered Massage Therapists at the Whitehorse Massage Therapy Clinic are health care professionals committed to restoring and maintaining optimal health and pain-free function of your body.

We are educated and trained to accurately assess and treat with techniques that include massage and manual therapy, joint mobilization, hydrotherapy, and rehabilitative exercise such as stretching, strengthening, postural exercise, and patient education.

Continuing education is an important component of staying active in our profession; we are committed to regular upgrading in order to give you the benefit of the most current research and treatments.

  • Amy Jacobsen, RMT

    Clinic Owner Amy Jacobsen, RMT

    Natural Health Practitioners of Canada — Alberta (NHPC)

    Amy graduated from the massage therapy program at Grant MacEwan University in Edmonton, AB in 2005.

    Amy is dedicated to the field of health and wellness. In addition to her massage therapy practice, she has worked in medical and chiropractic clinics, as well as a Health Care Aide and Home Support Worker.

    Amy’s goal as a Registered Massage Therapist is to facilitate pain reduction and healing, bring a renewed sense of balance into your life, and provide compassionate touch to anyone in need. She has a special interest in geriatric massage as a way of bringing comfort to older bodies.

  • Vasco Sequeira, RMT

    Vasco Sequeira, RMT

    AMPMC (Association des Massologues et Practicients en Massage du Canada)

    Vasco has devoted most of his life to fitness, nutrition and manual therapy. He specializes in postural imbalances as well as sports and work-related injuries.

    His knowledge and fascination for human anatomy and physiology of exercise gives him the proper tools to be a successful massage therapist.

    Vasco has been a massage therapist since 2007 and has been personal training for over seven years in Quebec. He graduated from Masso-Universelle with honors and is excited to have the opportunity to share his knowledge in the Yukon at the Whitehorse Massage Therapy Clinic.

    With the ability to offer advice in English, French, or Portuguese, Vasco is excited to talk “your language” and make you feel comfortable during your massage.

    Vasco is looking forward to the future and continues to be up to date on his training and new massage techniques; he brings exceptional service for all and wishes to help build a strong & healthy community.

  • Tara Williams, RMT

    Tara Williams, RMT

    Natural Health Practitioners of Canada — Alberta (NHPC)

    Tara grew up participating in a variety of activities from a young age, including Irish dance and taekwondo, which ultimately led to a passion for fitness, rehabilitation, and injury prevention. Suffering from her own personal injuries opened up the door to a career that began with Algonquin College’s Fitness and Health Promotions program (graduated in 2012), followed by just over 2 years of working as a Personal Trainer.

    As she continued to work with her training clients, Tara went back to Algonquin to graduate with an Advanced Diploma in Massage Therapy with Honours in June 2016. She hopes to combine functional movement with a hands-on massage approach to correct soft tissue dysfunction and to help clients receive the best care possible. Tara believes that client education and body awareness are two key components to helping people become the most functional, healthy version of themselves, and has a special interest in helping clients live a pain-free life.

  • Belinda Stick, RMT

    Belinda Stick, RMT

    Natural Health Practitioners of Canada — Alberta (NHPC)

    Belinda graduated from Mount Royal College’s Massage Therapy program in 2006 and has been practicing ever since in a variety of settings. In her extensive experience she has mastered treating chronic problems and has the strength and skill to work through your stubborn pain. A dedicated mother to a young son herself, Belinda loves delivering prenatal treatments, relaxing and relieving expecting mothers from their discomforts with a knowing touch. For an extra-sensory experience, she now incorporates cupping and hot stone in her treatments.

    In addition to her busy practice, Belinda will also be graduating with a liberal arts diploma from Yukon College and is working towards her degree in Indigenous Governance.

  • The Whitehorse Massage Therapy Scrubs - 2016

    The Whitehorse Massage Therapy Scrubs

    We at Whitehorse Massage Therapy Clinic are dedicated to maintaining a healthy lifestyle, so this year we sponsored an amateur softball team, the Scrubs! We are pleased to announce they made 4th position in the year-end tournament. Go Scrubs!