Getting Here


Parking is free in the lot for 2 hours while you are here for your treatment. There is also 1 hour parking on Kings Rd and 2 hours also on Ross Lane.

Getting Here:

Our clinic is in Blanshard Centre located at Bay Street and can be accessed off Kings Road from either Blanshard or Douglas, Bay St traveling West bound only, or Blanshard St traveling South bound only. Our clinic is located at the Kings Road entrance.


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    Meet Taylor. Reception

    Taylor (she/her) is back in beautiful British Columbia. Born on Vancouver Island and raised all across Canada, she fostered a love of the arts and athletics which culminated into a passion for Dance and Gymnastics. Dealing with various injuries  and aches and pains gave Taylor insight into the application and healing powers of massage, acupuncture and other natural remedies. After completing a Bachelors of Art in History, Taylor decided to come back home to the Island. Here she was warmly welcomed by the CPHC family in 2022 and enjoys being around all the amazing patients and staff. When Taylor is not at the clinic she enjoys her time exploring the Island or reading one of her many books at the beach.

    Meet Cheryl. Reception

    Having moved from rural Alberta in the dead of winter in 2022, Cheryl is very much enjoying island life! She loves the outdoors and the mild Victoria weather (including all of the rain, she is getting used to the funny looks she gets when telling people that fact).

    She not only works the CPHC reception desk with a smile 3 days a week, Cheryl is also an accomplished graphic designer & entrepreneur.  And she is a retired competitive synchronized swimmer, loves sushi, operates her trendy jewellery biz online and dreams of one day living in a tiny home on wheels. 

    When she isn’t wrangling and constantly sweeping up after her 120lb Bernese Mountain Dog, Jasper, this bird-nerd is ready for anything!  She is looking forward to getting SCUBA certified in 2023 in the chilly Pacific waters and kayaking in the nearby lakes.

    Meet Margaret. Retired but always a Cardinal

    Margaret (she/her) is a Kiwadian (aka a Kiwi from NZ now Canadian). After living across Canada and the US, she is happy to be settled in Victoria, which is so like where she grew up in NZ. Ten years ago, she discovered that being a part-time receptionist is so much fun because of the interaction with so many wonderful people.