Harleen Kalra, DPT, Bsc.


Harleen is a physiotherapist that got her Bachelor’s of Science from UBC and went on to get her Doctor of Physiotherapy degree from Melbourne University.
She has been working in the WhiteRock community since 2018. She currently specializes in orthopaedic conditions including pre & post-surgical rehabilitation, sports related injuries, any musculoskeletal pain and conditions. Additionally, Harleen has recently specialized as a vestibular physiotherapist and treats conditions such as vertigo and dizziness.
In her spare time Harleen enjoys yoga and meditation.

Gurman Mangat, DPT, Bsc.


Gurman graduated from Simon Fraser University with a Bachelor’s in Health Science and a minor in Biology and then decided to complete her Doctorate of Physiotherapy in Melbourne, Australia. She has now been working as a physiotherapist in the lower mainland since 2016, and is loving every bit of it! She is well-equipped in treating musculoskeletal conditions, such as back and neck pain, acute and chronic injuries, pre and post-surgical rehabilitation, and pregnancy-related pelvic girdle pain. She also runs exercise sessions to improve overall health and fitness. She is certified in Functional Dry Needling I and II. In her spare time, Gurman likes to do all travel, play with her puppies and spend time with her friends and family.

Ajay Verma


The thing I like the most about Kinesiology is knowing I can make a difference in people’s lives every day. Figuring out someone’s needs and customizing a program to get them back to close to their normal life is both important and extremely rewarding. Active Rehabilitation is just not a program,it’s a lifestyle which is sustainable and attainable.
In my free time I would love to play badminton and exploring new hiking trails.

Catherine Chung

Registered Massage Therapist

Catherine is a graduate of the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy in Toronto, ON. Coming from a therapy-based background, her main goal is to promote health and injury prevention for all her clients. Catherine develops individual treatment plans after assessing a client’s health history. Through strong communication, Catherine gives her clients therapeutic exercises and education to extend the effectiveness of her treatments. She has treated patients with chronic pain, pregnancy, children who are in competitive sports, and individuals who are simply “stressed out”. She has worked in a multidisciplinary clinic alongside health practitioners who shared her belief in holistic and client centric approach. She specializes in a unique style of Swedish as well as deep tissue massage.


Intern Massage

Daiya is a student at Langara College, in a Registered Massage Therapy program. Her main goal is to learn all she can and give her clients soothing and relaxation massages. In her spare time, Daiya is studying for classes or working out.