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Megan Sapinki, Sicamous Physiotherapy
Megan Anchor


On maternity leave

Megan has a keen sense of adventure, loves to be active and enjoys discovering new places.  Growing up in Portage La Prairie, Manitoba she was involved in many sports from softball to rodeo.  After sustaining an injury competing in high school rodeo, she became a physiotherapy patient and became intrigued about it as a profession.  She started volunteering at the local physiotherapy clinic, which led to after school and summer jobs.  From her experience in the clinic she could see it would be a rewarding career.  Megan graduated from the University of Manitoba in 2009.  Her career has taken her from Northern to Southern Alberta, working in the communities of Cold Lake, Two Hills, Canmore, Lake Louise, and Cochrane.  Megan gained valuable experience working with individuals of all age groups with a variety of acute and chronic pain conditions, and benefited from working alongside many talented physiotherapists. 

From 2014-2017, she and her husband were blessed to have the opportunity to live and work in the Land Down Under - sunny Queensland, Australia! Megan was grateful to be a part of a wonderful team, work with many kind patients and continue her ongoing professional development.  Megan received many word-of-mouth referrals from patients who were pleased with the results of their treatment, including GUNN IMS.


During her time in Australia, she travelled to Bali, Indonesia to complete her 200 hour Yin Yang Yoga Therapy Certification with Mysan Sidbo.  She was fortunate to teach Yin Yoga to a dedicated tribe of individuals in Queensland.  

Megan and her husband Jarid have a passion for travel and meeting new people.  After returning to Canada in August 2017 to marry in Sicamous, they travelled abroad for six months.  They had an unforgettable adventure from Mexico down to Costa Rica, to riding motorbikes 7000 km through Vietnam and Cambodia.  In May 2018, they were ready to take off their packs and decided to call one of their favourite places in the world home- beautiful Sicamous, BC!  

Megan is thrilled to be accomplishing a long time goal of opening a physiotherapy clinic of her own.  She has been overwhelmed with the local support and is excited to be a part of the community and contribute her expertise in the health care field.

Megan has continued her studies since graduating and enjoys combining her traditional training with holistic therapies.  Her specializations include GUNN IMS, Dry Needling, Anatomical Acupuncture, Cupping Therapy, Functional Movement Screening as well as Yin Yoga Therapy.  She takes pride in her work and enjoys the challenge of identifying the root cause of injuries and chronic pain conditions.  She enjoys using her skills, as well as manual therapy and providing patients with their own "tool kit" to keep themselves feeling well.  Her goal is to actively assist patients to resolve their pain, strengthen, and get back to doing what they are passionate about.  

Megan's Education and Specialties:​

  • University of Manitoba: Bachelors Degree Medical Rehabilitation- Physiotherapy

  • Acupuncture Foundation of Canada Institute 

  • GUNN IMS- Intramuscular Stimulation for Myofascial and Neuropathic Pain

  • Traditional and Modern Cupping Therapy

  • Functional Movement Screen Practitioner

  • Gokavi Transverse Technique- Dry Needling for Myofascial Pain Syndromes

  • Orthopedic Manual Therapy Courses

  • McKenzie Technique Levels A & B - Lumbar, Cervical and Thoracic Spine

  • Kinesio Taping

  • WorkWell Functional Capacity Evaluations

  • 200 hour Yin Yang Yoga Therapy Certificate



Born and raised in Quebec City, Marie-Claude received her Masters of Physical Therapy degree from McGill University in 2019. Right after she graduated she drove across the country and found a new home in Sicamous where she started her career as a physical therapist for two years.  Marie now lives in Revelstoke and will be commuting to Sicamous one day per week to help cover Megan's maternity leave.


Her treatment approaches include (but are not limited to) manual therapy, McKenzie approach, functional and motor control exercise prescription, and postural education. Most importantly, she strongly believes that encouraging her patients to play an active role in their rehabilitation process is the key to success. 


When she isn’t working, you will probably find her running with her dog – or whatever activity she can do with her furry friend: mountain biking, skiing, hiking, camping… She loves to discover the great outdoors that Revelstoke and the Shuswap area has to offer!


Marie-Claude is really excited to see where this new chapter of life will lead her, while she works to improve her patients’ well-being. 


Marie-Claude Larouche

Marie's Education and Specialties:​

  • Laval University: Bachelor's Degree Kinesiology

  • McGill University: Master of Science (Applied) Physical Therapy

  • Orthopedic Manual Therapy Level 1

  • Introduction to Taping

  • WorkWell Functional Capacity Evaluations

  • Pelvic Health Solutions: Level 1 

  • Vertigo and Vestibular Specialty Courses

Sarah Anderson



Sarah is a Registered Acupuncturist and has completed a 4 year TCM program from the Alberta College of Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine. Previously licensed and practiced as a Registered Massage Therapist in Alberta for 8 years, she brings a diverse set of unique skills into her practice, utilizing all of her knowledge and experience to give her patients the best treatments possible. While she is not currently registered in BC, she will be in the near future.


Prior to her training in Acupuncture Sarah specialized in therapeutic, injury rehabilitation, motor vehicle accidents, athletic conditioning, pregnancy, pain, and stress relief. With the addition of education in Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine she now is able to treat all of these ailments more dynamically, in addition, this new knowledge and skillset allow her to treat a variety of digestive health issues, depression, anxiety, insomnia, headaches and migraines, fertility and other female health issues.


While Sarah is passionate about preventative health and helping her patients achieve their health goals, she also has a long standing passion for the outdoors and horses. When she is not working you will be guaranteed to see her out with her dogs and horses in the mountains or with her friends and family on the lake. A new transplant to the Sicamous area, she is eager to get out and explore all the gorgeous views the area has to offer! 


Registered Massage Therapist


Whether figure skating as a teenager, studying modern dance as a young adult or working in the outdoor field, Stephanie has always been an active person.  Having suffered various injuries throughout the years, she understands the importance of a well-functioning body and how it allows people to live life to the fullest.  Her interest for wellness began with the discovery of yoga and osteopathic treatments during her 5 years of dance study in Montreal.  She later wanted to dedicate herself to a related field and completed her first massage training in Quebec in 2012, she then worked at a spa and had a home-based practice for several years.  But her love for the wilderness and big mountains was strong, so she began her journey west to Revelstoke in December 2017 and never looked back.  

After practicing massage in hotels, spas and remote heli-ski lodges in and around Revelstoke, her interest for the massage field continued to grow, so she decided to go back to massage school and upgrade her training to the 2200-hour BC standard.  She graduated with honours and distinction from Alberta College of Massage Therapy in July 2021 and challenged provincial exams to be an active member of the College of Massage Therapists of British Columbia in November 2021.  She has been working in a clinic in Revelstoke since then. After buying a small acreage on the Eagle River in Malakwa, and learning that Sicamous needed an RMT, she decided to make the move. 

She is excited to provide Massage Therapy to the population of Sicamous at Functional Physio and Wellness.  Whether it is to reduce stress or tension, reduce pain or muscle soreness, prevent or recover from injury, she will be excited to work together with you to reach your goals.  She has a special interest in everything related to fascia and posture.  Her massage therapy style in slow, integrating myofascial release, deep tissue and trigger point techniques and aiming to reset the nervous system to promote healing.  In her free time, when not renovating her house, she can be found skiing, hiking, biking, kayaking, gardening or spending quality time with her bernadoodle Dixie. 

Stephanie Rompre-Brodeur
Misty Vadooyeweert


Registered Massage Therapist



I grew up in the Sicamous area and like many kids who grow up in small towns, I had big dreams that led me to move away. However, there is something about the hot summer sun, the cool crisp water of the Shuswap and the smell of the breeze blowing through the cedar trees that you just cant' find elsewhere. So in June 2020 my husband, our two kids and I moved back to this beautiful place. 

I believe in living your best life and in doing it with intention. I want to be more focused on the things that truly matter to me such as health, wellness and supporting those in my family and community. This is why I decided on a career in massage. 

I recently graduated from the Okanagan Valley College of Massage Therapy and became a Registered Massage Therapist in March 2023. I use a variety of techniques in treatment but always try to keep an element of relaxation present. I want my clients to be able to relax, focus on their own body and take a break from the stress that many of us have in our busy lives. 

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