60 Minutes $110.00
75 Minutes $137.50
90 Minutes $165.00
Christine Sutherland has over 45 years experience practicing and teaching as an RMT. She is the co-founder of the Sutherland Chan School and Teaching Clinic in Toronto, Ontario, and the Director of the Canadian Institute of Palliative Massage. Christine has massaged athletes, from the Olympics to local triathlons, worked with individuals in wheelchairs, and those with various medical conditions. She specializes in both practicing and teaching about palliative massage as well as massage through pregnancy, labor and delivery, and baby massage.
Christine is a keynote speaker with the BC Hospice Palliative Care Association and her production company Sutherland Massage Productions has produced an educational series of how-to videos and DVDs on massage topics ranging from People to Pets. Christine’s first career was as an audio visual specialist doing radio shows and documentary educational projects. She has married both areas of expertise with her series of books and films.
She is currently working with Eagle Vision Video in FSJ on two documentaries, Dream Big: Fort St John to Tokyo about Bo Hedges, captain of the paralympic basketball team, and Dying in Good Hands about a woman who dies while her young family is hands on; helping to massage her through. Christine has 2 published textbooks, "Birthing in Good Hands" and "Dying in Good Hands", with Brush Education Inc., a Canadian Medical Publisher while 2 more books are coming soon, "Wheeling in Good Hands" and "Pets in Good Hands".
Christine has moved to Fort St. John from Nelson, BC, to be able to spend more time with her family. She is an active member and second generation Rotarian and looks forward to becoming more involved in Fort St John.