SALT is a unique wellness team, offering our community a dedicated space to relax, heal, reduce pain & stress, detoxify, and rejuvenation the body and mind. We are dedicated to promoting wellness through our services and lifestyle. Our goal is to help you achieve optimal physical and mental well-being, so you can live your best life. Connect with us to learn more.
A holistic healing approach to wellness and relaxation. Therapy services that unite together to support your healing journey.
R.E.S.T. (Restricted environmental stimulus therapy), Registered Massage Therapy, Infrared Sauna, Somatic Therapy, Yoga Therapy, Reiki & more.
Wellness is our focus, and generosity and compassion is our mission. We often donate services to local charitable organizations, as we love to be a part of our community. Let us know how we can assist you.
Lehla is the Health & Wellness Director of Salt Wellness Centre who has made her passion for helping others a career. Her inspiration and dreams became a reality when she became the owner of Salt in January 2020. As a registered Holistic Nutritionist, she has gained experience both personally and professionally working with a variety of c
Lehla is the Health & Wellness Director of Salt Wellness Centre who has made her passion for helping others a career. Her inspiration and dreams became a reality when she became the owner of Salt in January 2020. As a registered Holistic Nutritionist, she has gained experience both personally and professionally working with a variety of chronic health symptoms and how to manage and/or prevent disease. The centre became a place to help people obtain relief naturally for chronic complaints and symptoms. Evolving over the years more complimentary services have been added to the centre for healing our community dealing with physical, mental and emotional concerns. Lehla provides the knowledge of healing to her clients and provides health assessments upon request.
Ryan graduated from the West Coast College of Massage Therapy in 2008. Ryan has been practicing as a RMT since 2009. He treats a variety of different conditions including, but not limited to: Whiplash, Tension Headaches, Morton’s Neuroma, Prenatal, Thoracic Outlet Syndrome, Carpal Tunnel, Sciatica, Edema, Lumbago, Migraines. Communicating
Ryan graduated from the West Coast College of Massage Therapy in 2008. Ryan has been practicing as a RMT since 2009. He treats a variety of different conditions including, but not limited to: Whiplash, Tension Headaches, Morton’s Neuroma, Prenatal, Thoracic Outlet Syndrome, Carpal Tunnel, Sciatica, Edema, Lumbago, Migraines. Communicating with his patients to help build a trusting relationship with patients is important in creating an effective treatment plan that helps the patient recover quicker. Pre & post-assessments and prescribing proper home care are essential in achieving the desired outcome. Swedish Massage, Deep Tissue, Craniosacral Therapy, Manual Lymph Drainage, Trigger Point Release, Muscle Energy Technique, Passive Stretching are available through Ryan.
Candie has been a bodyworker for 6 years. She combines both Eastern and Western techniques with stretching, acupressure points, and moving energy through meridians. Including deep tissue massage to relax tense muscles while invigorating your body’s blood flow and promoting health through proper relaxation, circulation and stimulation of t
Candie has been a bodyworker for 6 years. She combines both Eastern and Western techniques with stretching, acupressure points, and moving energy through meridians. Including deep tissue massage to relax tense muscles while invigorating your body’s blood flow and promoting health through proper relaxation, circulation and stimulation of the nervous system. She is working towards a RMT designation and is also a master in Usui Reiki. Her signature specialty includes reiki techniques, and chakra balancing to promote further healing. Candie loves the challenge of working with those experiencing chronic pain, specifically in the neck and shoulders, hips and also those who suffer from headaches and sciatica. Her philosophy for all her work is based on removing obstacles that block our abilities to see, hear, feel and connect more intimately with our own mind, body and spirit.
Nina graduated from Langara College in 2018 and has practiced massage therapy since 2019. She has worked with a variety of conditions, including sprains & strains, tension headaches, sciatica, carpal tunnel, thoracic outlet syndrome, fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome, anxiety, stress, pregnancy, and more. Nina enjoys providing a safe
Nina graduated from Langara College in 2018 and has practiced massage therapy since 2019. She has worked with a variety of conditions, including sprains & strains, tension headaches, sciatica, carpal tunnel, thoracic outlet syndrome, fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome, anxiety, stress, pregnancy, and more. Nina enjoys providing a safe space for those with trauma, anxiety and other mental health conditions. She also has her Level 1 Yoga Teacher Certificate, and sometimes incorporate Yoga into my home care, along with specific exercises pertaining to your injury. She will work with you to create a treatment plan that tailor to those specific needs. Techniques include Swedish Massage, Deep Tissue Massage, Trigger Point Release, Myofascial Release, and Muscle Energy Technique.
Jenna is shining a light on the power of somatic or body-based therapies for achieving inner freedom, strength and resilience.
When we have an experience that we are not able to process at the time, it may become an imprint that gets stuck in the body. When left frozen and undigested, trauma leaves us continuously, actively and without
Jenna is shining a light on the power of somatic or body-based therapies for achieving inner freedom, strength and resilience.
When we have an experience that we are not able to process at the time, it may become an imprint that gets stuck in the body. When left frozen and undigested, trauma leaves us continuously, actively and without conscious awareness, constructing our current experiences to match the imprint of the past. 80 per cent of signals move from body to brain (bottom-up), Somatic Therapy focuses on allowing the body to speak, cultivating observation and description of body experiences. When stress increases, old traumas and wounds may become aggravated, bringing up feelings and thoughts of inadequacy, and cutting us off from our intrinsic belonging. Somatic Therapy works to restore the natural state of your body, which is the inner-resiliency that is your human birthright.
Today we see unresolved trauma is showing up as:
● Chronic illness/pain
● PTSD-related behaviors that alienate you from others
● Relationship conflict
● Confusion about life purpose
● Dissatisfaction with work
Sessions explore what is showing up in the physical and emotional bodies. We bring awareness to our symptoms as information, and work to restore the body-mind to its inner state of resiliency. Somatic Therapy may be especially helpful if you have not been successful in using allopathic medical approaches or mechanical models for treating chronic pain, digestive disorders and other chronic disorders. In a typical session, you can expect the following:
Let Jenna guide and assist you with movement and calming poses for proper posture, stability, flexibility, breathing and improved circulation. Yoga therapy can be used for both strengthening and recovery/healing. Get your body moving and release tension at the same time, improve elasticity and hydration of the tissues and ligaments to reduce pain, fatigue and stress. If there is a disconnection between body and mind, it may be helpful to try a Yoga Therapy session to thaw out some of the muscles and get the energy flowing again. Often people have built up walls of protection as a result of trauma, and this lives in our tissues and energy field. Especially if you have been sedentary for a long time, getting your body to move and hold asana (postures), and stretch in ways you’re not used to is a good way. We can think of yoga as cultivating a relationship with our body. Yoga is a gentle, trust-building way of
connecting to your body, with self-love and self-compassion as its natural by-products. It has also been found
to be helpful for the following:
● Balancing the emotional body
● Improving mood
● Reducing depression and anxiety
● Stimulating the relaxation response
● Regulating blood pressure
● Enhancing Autonomic
Especially if you have been sedentary for a long time, getting your body to move and hold asana (postures) is a good way to tap into your body’s self-healing mechanism. You will leave sessions with a better awareness of and confidence in your body, as well as learning how to move better so you can avoid future injury and premature aging.
What does Somatic mean?
Somatic is a term meaning your first person, subjective, lived experience in the present moment. The
etymology of the word is the root word soma, meaning body. It is pointing toward the experience of your body
How many sessions will I need?
That is up to you. Some people feel they get what they need from one session. Others enjoy setting intentions
together for the long term, and having me walk alongside them as they move towards those intentions. If you
are new to Somatic Therapy and/or Yoga Therapy, I recommend eight sessions to start, to get a feel for how
these modalities can work for you and help you heal.
How can Somatic Trauma Therapy help me?
If you suspect you have had one or more painful experiences that has been left unattended to, and that this
may be causing conflict and tension for you in your current life, it may be that there is stuff going on for you on
an unconscious level. In time, somatic work can help you thaw out those frozen experiences and access the
health in your underlying system. We can do this by using tools such as tracking body sensations, movement,
gesture, sound and meditation, among others.
What if I don’t have any trauma-related issues?
Even if we grew up in a great home in a safe environment with loving parents, the vast majority of us will still end up with some kind of trauma by the time we’re 18. If left unprocessed, this can end up causing havoc in our bodies and our lives. We can be traumatized indirectly, such as when we witness someone close to us going through a painful experience. Furthermore, complex trauma can happen as a result of “smaller”, yet just as impactful events that compound over time. Rather than the “big T” Traumas we typically think of like a weather disaster, war or acts of terrorism, small “t” trauma can be things like emotional or psychological abuse, or having a traumatized parent when we are young.
I have never had a Somatic Therapy session — what makes it different from other kinds of therapies?
Somatic work is about coming home to the lived experience of the body with curiosity and gentleness in order
to bring awareness to old habits and harmful unconscious patterns. When we can become embodied with love
and acceptance for ourselves, we are equipped to begin to take care of our thoughts, feelings and emotions.
In Somatic work, we come from the understanding that we as human beings live with a body and nervous
system, and that how we relate to and take care of our bodies, for example with movement is incredibly
important for how we are able to heal and progress.
Do we talk in a session?
Yes, talking is one layer in our healing, and it can be very freeing to talk about what happened as we heal our
trauma. I tend to work with clients who are interested in exploring body-based approaches for healing trauma.
We don’t just talk our way into the trauma, so we won’t be able to talk our way out of it. As you become more
comfortable with accessing your soma, we can work towards you being able to come back to your embodied
experience and what is really going on inside more and more. There may be days we spend more time
together with “What Happened”, and other days you may feel you want to drop the story and talk less, in which
case there are many different tools and practices we can explore.
Do you offer a complimentary discovery?
Not at this time.
Jenna’s path in the healing arts began with her first Yoga Teacher training in 2011 at Yandara Yoga Institute.
It was there that she first learned about Somatic Psychotherapy. Her first teacher in the field of Somatic Psychotherapy was a Buddhist teacher, yoga innovator and psychotherapist from Toronto named Michael Stone. She went on to complete a professional counselling program in Somatic Trauma Therapy (Relational
Somatic Therapy) from 2017-2018. Some of her other areas of study and specialization include: Therapeutic
bodywork and yoga, Tibetan usui-reiki energy healing, yin yoga, trauma-informed yoga and Hanna Somatics.
Currently Jenna is studying therapeutic qigong, and continues her zen practice with the Mountain Rain zen
community. She is passionate about helping her clients explore and establish mindfulness and meditation
practices as a part of their daily life.
She also loves collaborating with health and other allied professionals who are interested in growing an understanding of somatics, and would like help integrating these principles into their own practices.
**Jenna De Seta is not a licensed physician/mental health clinician. The alternative and holistic healing services provided by Jenna De Seta are not licensed by the province of BC, nor are they a substitute for licensed medical care.**
Nee has spent 18 years becoming the best in Thai Massage, coupled with training and experience, has allowed her to bring to you a Certified and Professional form of Thai Massage. She learned my skills and developed talents at the most respected Buddhist Temple School, Wat Po in Bangkok. Nee took additional training in Nonthaburi with the
Nee has spent 18 years becoming the best in Thai Massage, coupled with training and experience, has allowed her to bring to you a Certified and Professional form of Thai Massage. She learned my skills and developed talents at the most respected Buddhist Temple School, Wat Po in Bangkok. Nee took additional training in Nonthaburi with the Union of Thai Traditional Medicine Society as well as Advanced Medical Massage courses. Nee is also certified in Aromatherapy massage from Perth, Australia which allows her to offer clients a traditional oil massage on a table. Training in Shiatsu Massage work, derived from coursework in Vancouver, gave her additional techniques of finger, palm pressure and stretching. Nee's massage technique thus is a fusion of all the studied and practiced therapies into one higher-realm experience for clients. These techniques have helped people relax, gain energy, become flexible and feel better the natural way.
Veronica has been practicing Tuina Massage, Traditional Thai Massage and a unique type of massage from South Korea since 2008. Her specialty is Deep Tissue, Swedish and Tuina Massage, a form of bodywork based on the principles of Traditional Chinese Medicine.
Veronica started to learn facial and body massage techniques at an early age from her mother who has practiced on South Korea for over 30 years.
After completing a prestigious four year beauty program at university, Veronica explored her interest in beauty in New Zealand and later earned a certificate in Tuina massage in Vancouver.
Veronica joined Fusion Thai Wellness with enthusiasm in 2022.
Ever experience body aches and pain and wanted a simple solution to restore your mind & body? Thats where we specialize. Our goal is to inspire and support our clients on their journey towards a healthier, more balanced, and fulfilling life.
To provide a holistic approach to wellness, empowering individuals to achieve optimal physical, emotional, and mental health. Through the wellness services, we aim to create a nurturing environment that fosters growth, healing, and transformation.
Lehla, the owner & Holistic Nutritionist, and her team thrive on creating a welcoming and relaxing environment that promotes healing and wellbeing. Come in for a tour of our centre during business hours, we would love to answer your questions in person.
Our centre encourages healing in a supportive & relaxing environment. Our team is here to provide healing services & knowledge of the benefits.
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