Registered Acupuncturist

Jonathan Zhang

Jonathan Zhang is a licensed Acupuncturist, Registered with the College of Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioners and Acupuncturists of British Columbia. Jonathan has completed the four year practitioner of Traditional Chinese Medicine program at the International College of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Vancouver in April of 2017. Jonathan continues to pursue his studies in the Traditional Chinese Medicine program to become a TCM Doctor. Jonathan is a passionate learner and for the past three years he has been dedicating time to learn the art of Chinese Pediatric Tuina massage from a famous master of Traditional Chinese Medicine when he visits his hometown of Qingdao, China.

Jonathan’s focus and attention to detail enable him to work with patients on all levels allowing change to take place of deep rooted patterns. Whether working with internal medicine or musculoskeletal issues, Jonathan is acutely aware of the healing potential in each individual and holds this potential in high regard. Jonathan has an insightful and effective approach to his work as an acupuncturist which he brings to the table for his patient base.

As an acupuncturist, Jonathan has experienced tremendous success in treating a wide range of physical, mental, and emotional concerns. Jonathan has a passion for educating his patients about the philosophy of Traditional Chinese Medicine in a clear and concise manner to allow his patients comfort, confidence, and involvement in their treatment and healing. Jonathan helps his patients by providing effective individualized treatments which can include acupuncture, cupping, tuina massage, acupressure massage and electrical stimulation, as well as food cures with diet changes.

Registered Massage Therapists

Jassy Iverson

Jassy Iverson has been a Registered Massage Therapist since 2008; she graduated from the 3000 hour program at West Coast College of Massage Therapy in her home town of New Westminster, British Columbia. Throughout her career Jassy has treated a variety of pathologies and utilizes some of the following manual techniques in her treatment style; Swedish, Muscle Energy, Systemic Deep Tissue Therapy, Fascial. Jassy may choose to integrate an Infrared Sauna session as a preheat to any massage treatment. Additionally, Jassy may show you some home care and remedial exercise regimes for your continued healing. Jassy strives to give the best healthcare possible and is dedicated to her profession as she believes the body as a whole must be addressed. Want to know more?


Mikayla Ritter

Mikayla will be working Monday to Friday and the occasional Saturday as a NON-RMT at Sweet Water Wellness until the fall of 2017 when she writes her final board exam, at this time she will continue as an Official RMT.  Mikayla’s schedule varies so have a look online or Call for an appointment.


As a Non-Registered Massage Specialist Mikayla is available to provide you with an Student massage at a $1/min plus tax.



Joey Lim

Joey will be working Thursdays to Saturdays NON-RMT at Sweet Water Wellness until the fall of 2017 when he writes his final board exam, at this time he will continue as an Official RMT. Joey’s schedule varies until then so have a look online or Call for an appointment.


Joey Lim is a graduate of the West Coast College of Massage Therapy. He was valedictorian of his class and winner of the Harry Goldstein Memorial Leadership Award. He also has a diploma in Logistics and Operations Management from Temasek Polytechnic in Singapore.

Joey is a passionate therapist who uses Swedish, Myofascial release and Joint mobilizations just to name a few. Keeping active has helped him continue to live an exciting life of running, biking, and hiking. To his patients, Joey is a calming therapist and brings his own personal flair to his treatments, making them both extremely enjoyable and effective. In his practice, he treats a wide variety of conditions and enjoys the challenge of creating the most beneficial treatment for each patient as an individual. Joey has provided treatments at Canuck Place Children’s Hospice, SFU and UBC varsity football and rugby teams, and centres for the elderly and terminally ill.