About Fusion Health Clinic


Our RMT Team

Fusion Health Clinic offers a vast array of massage therapy treatments. Massage therapy is the treatment of muscles and soft tissues in the body with manual manipulation to improve healing. We are all Registered Massage Therapists, which is a status only achieved after passing the standard provincial board exams. We are dedicated to providing the best care to help our patients achieve optimal health. If you are dealing with muscle pain or tension, back pain, whiplash, headaches, a sports injury, or another health condition, contact us today and let us help you get back on the road to wellness. 


Shelley Fletcher, RMT

Shelley graduated from the Okanagan Valley of Massage Therapy in Vernon, B.C. In 2014. She has continued her post-graduate work in postural alignment, trigger point therapy, and temporomandibular joint (TMJ) dysfunction, and the most recent – Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization (IASTM) to help with break down stubborn knots and adhesions. Shelley is always working to add to her skill set and modalities.

Shelley strives to provide the best quality of care to her clients via thorough therapeutic massage treatment. Your treatment may include postural assessment, orthopedic testing, myofascial release, neuromuscular therapy, deep tissue massage, trigger point therapy, Swedish relaxation massage, IASTM, and/or joint mobilizations. She often provides clients with a program of home care stretches and exercises in order to promote the best possible healing.

Shelley moved from China to Kamloops in 2005 and completely fell in love with the city, the people, and the surrounding wilderness. She loves spending time with her husband and their 2 kids, exploring the outdoors and various sports and activities within the community; she also enjoys spending time with friends, working out at the gym, camping, boating and playing board games.

Member in good standing at the CMTBC (College of Massage Therapists of BC).

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Shelley Fletcher



Jessica Anderson


Jessica Anderson, RMT

Jessica grew up in Kamloops and graduated from the Okanagan Valley College of Massage Therapy in 2015.

Jessica has always had an interest in human anatomy and the bodies ability to recover. She focuses her practice on helping people manage their orthopaedic conditions both chronic and acute, and providing home-care suggestions for healing and maintenance. Each patient receives individualized care according to the symptoms and history they present with. Treatments generally consist of a blended variety of massage techniques such as Myofascial Release, Trigger Point Therapy, Manual Lymphatic Drainage, Deep Tissue Massage, and Swedish techniques. Her therapeutic treatment style is often grounded with the focus on relaxation and alleviation of stress associated with chronic pain, or the stresses of daily life.

Jessica is interested in a wide variety of conditions including but not limited to: headaches, sports injuries, injury prevention, alignment issues, accident trauma, repetitive strain, scoliosis, chronic disease, congestion issues such as sinusitis, edema, and lymphedema. Jessica has found a special interest in the relationship that stress, anxiety and depression have with chronic and acute pain, and takes these factors into consideration during treatments.

When she is not practicing massage therapy, Jessica is busy staying active mountain biking, hiking, skiing and spending time with family. She is excited to be practicing out of Fusion Health Clinic, and is currently accepting new patients!

Member in good standing at the CMTBC (College of Massage Therapists of BC).

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Jen Laviolette, RMT

Jen Laviolette was born and raised in Richmond, BC. She graduated from the West Coast College of Massage Therapy in 2004 and began practicing massage therapy in 2005. Before joining Fusion Health Clinic, Jen practiced in multidisciplinary clinics in Kamloops, Grande Prairie and Richmond.

Jen’s goal as a massage therapist is to help reduce pain caused by muscular tension, injury, poor posture and other muscular and skeletal conditions. She also enjoys treating people who are committed to restoring and maintaining optimal health through massage therapy. She accomplishes this by providing a therapeutic treatment consisting of myofascial release and deep tissue massage as well as other massage techniques. She creates an individual treatment plan for each person based on her assessment and their symptoms.

Member in good standing at the CMTBC (College of Massage Therapists of BC).


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Jen Laviolette



Evan Tyler


Evan Tyler, RMT

Evan graduated from the massage therapy program at the Vancouver College of Massage Therapy with a desire to help others recover from their injuries and physical discomforts.

Evan believes in empowering patients through education and collaboration to help them in their journey towards recovery. Evan’s treatment includes discussion and assessment to determine immediate and long term healthcare goals. Through assessment and testing, he will design a treatment plan to meet each individual’s specific needs. Techniques Evan uses include Swedish massage, deep tissue, myofascial release, trigger point release, neuromuscular therapy and hot stone therapy.

Evan changed from a career in forestry (where he studied and worked in Kamloops) to pursue a career in healthcare and could not be happier. When not at work, he enjoys spending his free days being active in the outdoors, wrestling, and spending time with family.

Member in good standing at the CMTBC (College of Massage Therapists of BC).

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Brock Lefebvre, RMT

Brock is a graduate of the Registered massage Therapy program at OVCMT in Vernon. Before becoming an RMT, he played hockey at the Jr. A and Jr. B levels. He feels that his history with sport specific training allows him to connect with his clients about their own personal passions. Brock is now exploring new hobbies like camping, paddle boarding, snowshoeing and hiking.

In his treatments you will see him use a variety of techniques, such as: Myofascial release, Neuromuscular Therapy techniques  (NMT), Joint Mobilizations, Craniosacral Therapy and Muscle Energy Techniques.


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Brock Lefebvre



Linnaea Swets


Linnaea Swets, RMT

When Linnaea saw first hand the benefits of massage therapy, and the impact it had on her family members, she knew it was the career for her. Linnaea became an RMT in 2023 and is excited to continue on this journey. Linnaea implements Swedish techniques, neuromuscular therapy, range of motion, joint mobilizations, myofascial release, deep tissue and many more techniques. She is passionate about helping her clients relax, facilitating wellness, and adapting each treatment to every client.

When Linnaea isn’t massaging, you can find her spending time at the beach and hiking.

Member in good standing at the CMTBC (College of Massage Therapists of BC).

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Our Counselling Team


Betty Lapeyre M.Ed., R.C.C.

I am a registered clinical counsellor (#12070) with a Master’s degree in Counselling Psychology, and have 20 years of experience working with children, youth and families as an educator, and 10 years experience in counselling. I provide individual therapy for youth and adults and support them to open themselves to regain their strength and potential. I work collaboratively with client’s and respect their freedom and responsibility in the process.

We all experience pain, hardship and difficult life situations, and we often reach the point where it can feel unmanageable. I realize that it is not easy to reach out for support, and this takes courage and understanding. As a counsellor, I support clients to develop greater sense of self-awareness, tap into their strengths and resources, and navigate their thoughts and emotions to take on challenges and overcome them. I specialize in a variety of issues including: anxiety, depression, trauma, personal growth, self-esteem, avoidance behaviors, relationships, and grief and loss.

I have a client centered approach to counselling, and utilize a variety of therapeutic approaches including acceptance and commitment therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, solution-focused, interpersonal, mindfulness, etc. I regard the client as an equal in the therapy process. Emotional well-being and mental health influence our general health and how we interact with others, make decisions, face challenges, and live our lives. I believe that freedom in life, even with painful challenges, is possible, and everyone has the ability to live the life they want.

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Betty Lapeyre


Betty Lapeyre

M.Ed., R.C.C.


Usman Sharif

B.A., MACP, R.C.C.

Usman Sharif MACP, R.C.C. (#20575)

Usman Sharif is a trained therapist with a passion for helping people heal from their struggles and achieve their goals. He has a bachelor’s degree in psychology and a master’s degree in counseling psychology, where he gained valuable skills and knowledge in various therapeutic approaches.

Usman has completed extensive training in several evidence-based therapies, including Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), and Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) and Emotion Focused Therapy (EFT). These therapies have been proven to be effective in treating a wide range of mental health conditions, including anxiety, depression, PTSD, and more.

Usman specializes in trauma-focused therapies, including EMDR, ACT-Trauma and CBT-Trauma, which have been specifically designed to help individuals overcome the effects of trauma. He is also skilled in general therapy and has helped countless individuals overcome a wide range of mental health challenges.
In addition to his training in evidence-based therapies, Usman is a lifelong learner and is always seeking to improve his skills and knowledge in the field of psychology. He is dedicated to staying up-to-date with the latest research and techniques and regularly attends workshops and conferences to expand his knowledge.

Usman is a compassionate and empathetic therapist who believes that the most important factor in therapy is the relationship between the therapist and client. He strives to create a safe and non-judgmental space where his clients feel comfortable sharing their deepest emotions and experiences.

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