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All women deserve that feeling of being respected and supported in their choices not only in birth, but all aspects of life. Amazing things can happen when we care, love, nurture and support each other.
⏤ Michelle Griffin
About Kaitlyn
Kaitlyn has been practicing since 2014 after three years of study at the Okanagan Valley College of Massage Therapy. She supports a holistic approach to health and wellness, and exercise a variety of therapeutic techniques; from Deep Tissue, Myofascial Release and Neuromuscular Therapy, to Prenatal, Postpartum and Infant Massage.

Women's Health is her greatest passion, therefore her new independent practice will focus on devoting more time for new and expecting mothers. Her hope is to support each woman's wellbeing along their journey into and through motherhood; facilitating a safe and comfortable space to empower and equip each mother to actively realize their health and wellness goals.
Kaitlyn’s Designations
Kaitlyn's Designations

Diploma of Massage Therapy

Duly qualified to practice massage therapy as a registrant of the College of Massage Therapists of British Columbia and is entitled to the designation "RMT"


Massage Therapy During the Childbearing Year
Part 2, 4, 5 & 6

Labour, Birth, Postpartum, Infant Massage, Breast Treatment & Post Cesarean Section Treatment

Family Center Therapeutics, Paula Jasper, MEd, RMT 2017-2019

Yoga for Pelvic Floor

Using Yoga to encourage proper pelvic floor function

Leigh Anne Milne, RMT, E-RYT 500, C-IAYT, YACEP, C-KFIY 2020

Anatomy and Yogasana

Intergrating yoga as a remedial exercise for patients

Leigh Anne Milne, RMT, E-RYT 500, C-IAYT, YACEP, C-KFIY 2014

First Aid

Standard First Aid & CPR-C-AED

St John Ambulance 2014 - Current
Women's Health
Massage Therapy
For any and all women seeking to actively better their health and wellness. Be it fertility, childbearing, postpartum rehab, breastfeeding or menopause.

Specifc massage treatments may include: Therapeutic Breast Massage, Basic Manual Lymph Drainage, Post Cesarean Scar Treatment and Visceral Pelvic Therapy.
Prenatal and Postpartum Self-Care
In the childbearing years women experience tremendous changes physically, mentally and emotionally. Massage Therapy can be a vital component of a mother's self-care routine. Some benefits include the relief of muscular tension, joint ache and ligament discomfort associated with pregnancy and childrearing. It encourages relaxation, digestion and improves sleep. After a cesarean section Massage Therapy can promote tissue health and repair by increasing local circulation, decreasing discomfort and release fascial restrictions around the abdomen and pelvis due to scar tissue.
Pregnancy Massage
A prenatal massage addresses orthopedic concerns specifically related to the aches and pains associated with the changes that may result during pregnancy. Some of which include:
Round Ligament Pain
Lowerback Pain
Pubic/Pelvic Pain
Diastasis Recti
Muscle Tension
Peripheral Swelling
SI Joint Dsyfunction
Leg Cramps
We have maternity body cushions which allows each mom-to-be the option to be treated safely and comfortably sidelying, seated, semi-reclined and even face down all through her pregnancy.
Therepeutic Breast Massage
Therapeutic Breast Massage can help relieve breast tenderness and pain, breast congestion, clogged ducts and even support lactation. Moreover, therapeutic breast massage decreases pain and limitations that may occur post surgically from augmentations, mastectomies, and breast reconstruction by promoting lymphatic drainage and circulation.

Clear communication and understanding is a key component during each treatment. Techiques can be modified to achieve benefits in a variety of ways; respecting your boundaries and comfort level with the utmost care. As trained professionals, we are eager to share this knowledge with some who may not know, yet would gain remarkable benefits from this treatment.
Infant Massage
Infant Massage encourages a bond between babe and primary caregivers. It promotes communication by better understanding a child's cues , establishes relaxing routines, aids in digestion, growth and development, and also improves a baby's sleep. Ideally for infants 0-8 months, or before they begin to crawl.
Private Infant Description
The session is structured as a hands-on mini workshop where the RMT will work with parents to equip them with the skills to create a safe and rewarding massage routine to take home!

An infant massage handout and a small sample of baby safe massage oil will be provided.
Upcoming Infant Classes
Please keep an eye on this page, or email klutsenko.rmt@gmail.com for notices about up and coming Infant Massage Classes which will soon be offered on the North Shore!
Available Treaments
We have Direct Billing!
Partnering with local Women’s Health Professionals
Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy
Jenna Davidson, PT

Avita Health & Massage Therapy Center
1200 Lonsdale Ave #407
North Vancouver, BC
V7M 3H6

Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy
Kate von Schellwitz, PT

Gravida Physiotherapy
307-223 Nelson's Crescent
New Westminster BC

Mama Coach
Lindsay Norton, RN

Prenatal classes, breast feeding and sleep training support

Shannon Warner, MSW, RSW

SageWood Counselling & Consultancy

(250) 309 4101

Carol Espino, SPMPO, RMT

Envision Health
224 Esplanade Ave West Unit #537
North Vancouver, BC
V7M 1A4

#508 - 224 W Esplanade Ave, North Vancouver, BC