our team

sarah cooke, rmt

Sarah was born and raised on the east coast and graduated from ICTNorthumberland College in 2013 with a diploma in Massage Therapy.  Upon graduation Sarah promptly returned to Dawson City which has been her home since 2005.

Sarah largely incorporates myofascial, deep tissue and muscle energy techniques into her treatments and believes through proper assessment and alignment the body has an incredible ability to improve function, range of motion and decrease pain and stiffness.  

Sarah is comfortable treating many conditions including but not limited to chronic neck, back and shoulder pain, plantar fasciitis, whiplash, tendinitis, piriformis syndrome, sciatica, carpal tunnel, frozen shoulder, rotator cuff injuries, strains, sprains, TMJ dysfunction and many others.  She can even reduce a dislocated shoulder!  

Massage therapy can also alleviate the symptoms of stress, depression and anxiety.

Sarah is a dedicated therapist who is passionate about the power of bodywork and manual therapy as an alternative solution to many ailments.  Whether you are simply looking to de-stress or eliminate pain, Sarah is looking forward to helping you achieve your goals.

sarah crocker, rmt

Sarah is a Registered Massage Therapist with the CMTO. She views massage therapy as an effective tool with which to treat physical pain while nurturing the mind-body connection. Sarah combines Swedish massage with deep tissue, myofascial, muscle energy, and relaxation techniques. Her goal is to provide a comfortable space for clients to gain relief from pain, enhance body awareness, and achieve a greater sense of health. Sarah loves to help educate patients about their bodies so that they can take control of their healing.A63Tc3JE

Sarah's clinical experience includes treating stress and insomnia, postural imbalances, pre and post-natal issues, scar tissue, injuries, and headaches.

amanda moffatt

Amanda is a Certified Personal Trainer through ACE (American Council on Exercise), and is currently preparing to write the ACE exams to become a Health Coach and a Group Fitness Instructor. She was born in Whitehorse, Yukon and made Dawson her home in 2005. Amanda had the incredible experience of training approximately 30 clients in the Dawson area in 2010-2012, and then took a break to develop her career in Human Resources and Finance. She is excited to return again to the field of Health & Wellness, and to share her passion and knowledge with the community.

As someone who has faced weight challenges and depression throughout her life, Amanda has learned that self-care and self-love are very important and that a person cannot continue to give to others if they are not taking care of their own emotional and physical health. She believes that being healthy is more than the number on your scale or size on your clothes, and that a holistic and long-term approach is necessary to make lasting changes.  Amanda is committed to providing gentle and tailored accountability and consistent support to her clients.

Amanda coaches each individual to discover their specific goals, preferences, needs and current abilities. She then guides her clients to implement appropriate and progressive behavior and lifestyle modification changes. She believes that a “one size fits all” approach does not always meet the needs of clients, and strives to ensure all clients receive fitness & nutrition guidance, mind-set coaching, and support specific to them. Amanda is looking forward to meeting you and assisting you on your journey of health and wellness!