Brock graduated in 2014 from the 3000 hour Registered Massage Therapy program at the West Coast College of Massage Therapy. At WCCMT, he enjoyed the challenges brought up by the varying injuries and conditions he saw, and made sure his experiences were well diversified. He spent extensive time questioning instructors, working with athletes of all varieties at the UBC varsity athletic clubs, and at in reaches hosted by the school, which saw him working together with patients diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s, fibromyalgia, and many others. He brings a focused approach to both his treatments and home care, and believes communication plays an imperative role in treatment success.
He looks forward to creating a tailored plan that is best suited to his client’s needs.
Brock is often found having to test his knowledge, even outside of the work environment. He is deeply involved in the local mountain bike community and is introduced to all sorts of injuries and questions through this presence. Mingled with his passion for photography, he spent most of his youth exploring and documenting his mountain bike adventures in BC. A few of these films have been presented at the annual Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival, but have also been featured in other local and overseas festivals. In love with the serenity that the mountains possess, this is where he can be found during his leisure time and he attributes his calm nature to this love.