Constellation Wellness is currently seeking RMTs, physiotherapists, osteopaths, and acupuncturists to join our team. If your discipline isn’t listed but you think you would be a good fit, please reach out.
You can apply by sending your cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org, or by clicking the button below.
The practitioners at Constellation Wellness are here to help. From acute injuries and repetitive strains to ongoing maintenance, and most things in between, we can help tailor treatments to your individual goals and needs.
Constellation Wellness Clinic is owned and operated by Daniel Porcino. Daniel is a Registered Massage Therapist who has been working in the field since 2014 after graduating from the 3000-hour program at the Okanagan Valley College Of Massage Therapy.
He approaches his work with compassion and curiosity, he finds great fulfillment in engaging with clients to determine the right treatment approach for each individual, in order to facilitate meaningful change in their lives.
Looking for source as well as symptom management, he incorporates a variety of techniques tailored to the situation.
Always a learner, Daniel goes down many rabbit holes searching for more tools to help better understand and treat his clients to get the best results for them.In his spare time, you will find Daniel on his mountain bike, climbing, making music, art or food. He also loves foraging, camping and working in the garden with his young daughter.
Sarah has an extensive educational and life experience background which includes pre-hospital medicine, ICU Nursing, Teaching, Reiki and Body Intuitive – a form of energy medicine designed to show the body how to heal itself. She specializes in digestive issues, hormone balancing, trauma release, and nervous system calming.When not treating, Sarah is found in the forest with her dog and her family. She loves the mountains and all the flowing rivers in Squamish and tries to be as close to them as possible.
To get in touch with Sarah directly, email sarahkvist@
Follow Sarah on Instagram at @phoenixrisingreiki
Alison is a graduate of the Acupuncture Program at the International College of TCM in Vancouver. She is a fully registered acupuncturist with a wide range of certifications and qualifications to her name. She began her education with a degree in Health Sciences at SFU, then went on the study yoga, meditation, and breathing techniques. She also has Massage Certification from the Vancouver School of Healing Arts and works providing massage at the Scandinave Spa in Whistler.
Having completed extensive training in both acupuncture and massage, Alison is able to offer a unique and highly personalized approach to healthcare. She draws on a wide range of techniques, including Traditional Chinese Medicine acupuncture, cupping, gua sha, moxibustion, as well as massage, to create tailored treatment plans that are designed to address each individuals’ specific needs.
Alison has a passion for continuing education and is currently enrolled in Matt Calliston’s prestigious Sports Medicine Acupuncture program in San Diego. This certification program is over 270 hours of advanced Sports Medicine Acupuncture training that includes many successful integrative Eastern and Western approaches and is designed to provide the highest level of instruction in the assessment, diagnosis and treatment of musculoskeletal pain.
The inspiration to study acupuncture came from her own experience with the personal healing benefits of Traditional Chinese Medicine. She is excited to offer a compassionate, caring, and healing treatment to maintain balance and harmony in the mind, body and soul.
When not in the clinic, she enjoys hiking, snowboarding, climbing, and exploring all of the beauty Squamish has to offer with her children.
To get in touch with Alison directly, email her at
Rahel first pursued Massage Therapy with the aim of finding a career where she could make a personal impact on people’s emotional and physical well-being. She also wanted to deepen her understanding of human anatomy and how the body can heal from past traumas.
In 2017, Rahel graduated from the West Coast College of Massage Therapy in Victoria, gaining new insights into the intrinsic nature and interconnectedness of the human body. She has been excited to put her skills to use and create her own unique style of massage therapy along the way.
Rahel incorporates deep Swedish massage combined with passive and active stretching to most of her treatments. She believes that movement, exercises and stretching are an effective way to address various muscle-skeletal issues. Her massages are described as a harmonious blend of therapeutic and relaxing, with a smooth flow between movements. She combines fascial, Swedish, passive range of motion, and trigger point techniques to provide personalized care. She also places a strong emphasis on home care, working closely with each patient to develop a customized plan.
For her gentler relaxation massages, Rahel recognizes the importance of treating the entire body and providing a space for rest. She brings a calming presence and heartfelt effort to every session.
In her free time, Rahel enjoys painting, reading, exploring the outdoors for artistic inspiration, and rock climbing.
A credit card is required to secure your booking online. It will only be charged in the event of a missed appointment or a cancellation with less than 24 hours’ notice: See our cancellation policy below. You may choose to use this credit card for payment at the time of treatment, and we also accept debit or cash.
Each therapist sets their own rates. Please click here to view treatment options and pricing.
For payments we accept credit cards, debit, and cash.
We can also bill directly to many extended health plans. Please note that not all plans allow payment to go to the practitioner directly, or for us to bill them.
We do not currently bill directly with ICBC. For ICBC claims you will need to pay out of pocket and have ICBC reimburse you. Please chat with your adjuster if you have any questions about this.
Your time has been set aside for you, but if you need to cancel your appointment, we request a minimum of 24 hours’ notice for all cancellations.
This allows for other clients to access treatments as needed, and for our practitioners to reallocate time or to take on a last minute treatment request. Barring any extenuating circumstances, appointments cancelled without 24 hours’ notice will be charged the full treatment fee to the credit card on file.