Meet The Team2023-10-19T10:03:08-07:00
Daryl at Sync Therapy
Results That Matter

A Holistic Strategy to Reach Your Goals.

Real-life strategy to reach your goals.

At our holistic wellness clinic, we believe that achieving optimal health and well-being is more than just addressing isolated symptoms. It’s about considering the whole person—body, mind, and spirit—in the quest for optimal health.

Our experienced practitioners employ a multi-faceted approach, blending traditional and contemporary techniques, to design a personalized strategy for each individual.

This holistic perspective ensures that every facet of your well-being is addressed, paving the way for balanced healing and helping you reach your health goals with harmony and vitality.

  • Do you want to be able to bend over without pain? Maybe put your socks on without effort?

  • Tripled licensed – You get 3 therapists for the price of one… an RMT, athletic therapist, and holisitic nutritionist

  • Working together to help you feel better

Helping People Of Victoria Since 2015

We strive for diversity across the globe

We Strive For Optimal Health

Optimal health isn’t just a goal; it’s a journey. We recognize that every individual’s path to well-being is unique, and we’re dedicated to guiding you every step of the way.

Rather than settling for mere symptom relief, we delve deep to find the root causes of health challenges.

Our team harnesses the best of both ancient wisdom and modern science to provide solutions tailored to your needs. Together, we aim not just for momentary relief, but for long-lasting health and vitality, empowering you to live your life to the fullest.


Years Helping People Of Victoria


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Meet our amazing team

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Daryl Stubbs
Daryl StubbsOwner - Massage therapist, Athletic Therapist, Holistic Nutritionist
Dive into the world of Daryl, a passionate health professional whose journey began at Camosun College, where he earned his esteemed Bachelor’s Degree in Athletic and Exercise Therapy back in 2013. Not just stopping there, he proudly aligns with the Canadian Athletic Therapist Association and the Athletic Therapists Association of British Columbia. Eager to expand his expertise, 2017 saw Daryl adding another feather to his cap by becoming a Registered Massage Therapist, affiliated with the prestigious College of Registered Massage Therapists. But wait, there’s more! In 2018, Daryl embraced holistic health by graduating from the Canadian School of Natural Nutrition, the nation’s premier institution in its realm. Experience the synergy of expertise and passion with Daryl.
CootsChief Happiness Officer
With a wagging tail, boundless energy, and an infectious zest for life, Coots is our esteemed Chief Happiness Officer here at the wellness clinic. Having graduated magna cum bark-laude from the prestigious Academy of Fetch and Play, Coots specializes in distributing joy, doling out cuddles, and ensuring a smile on every face. Whether you’re here for a routine check or a transformative wellness journey, our furry officer guarantees to make your day brighter. When not on official duty, Coots enjoys chasing after tennis balls, indulging in gourmet treats, and dreaming of squirrel-filled adventures. So, on your next visit, be sure to say hello to the real boss around here!

Frequently Asked Questions

These are our most asked questions about Sync Therapy

What is the science on visceral manipulation2023-01-21T23:04:09-08:00

The list below is only a small selection of the long list of things people report as benefits from visceral manipulation.

Visceral manipulation isn’t well-researched. A lot of the research around it involves rat models, but results are worth paying attention to.

Here are a few examples of things researchers observed about visceral manipulation so far:

  • Prevented and broke up peritoneal adhesions in rats [HERE]
  • Restored post-operative intestinal motility in rats [HERE]
  • Reduced constipation in humans [HERE]


What is the goal for visceral manipulation?2023-01-21T23:03:14-08:00

The goal of visceral manipulation is to encourage normal tone and movements both within and between the internal organs, their connective tissue, and other structures of the body.

Visceral manipulation is used to locate and release dysfunctional patterns throughout the body that restrict movement and decrease vitality. It encourages your natural mechanisms to improve the functioning of organs, reduce the negative effects of stress, enhance mobility, and improve metabolism.



What can visceral manipulation help with?2023-01-21T23:01:53-08:00

Visceral manipulation can help relieve symptoms of digestive disorders, headaches, low back pain, shoulder pain, tight hips, knee pain, or chronic tension in the body (typically neck, shoulders, back, or hips). It is a gentle hands-on therapy that works through the body’s visceral system, including the intestines and other internal organs, to alleviate abnormal points of tension. It encourages the normal mobility, tone, and motion of the viscera (the internal organs) and their connective tissues.


Do you accept insurance?2023-01-19T09:53:46-08:00

Yes, athletic therapy is accepted by many insurance providers. It is recommended that you check with your insurance provider to see if Athletic Therapy is covered under your plan.


What should I wear to my Athletic Therapy session?2023-01-19T09:51:50-08:00

Please wear comfortable clothing that allows you to move freely – this can be clothes to workout or exercise in


Do I need a referral from a doctor to see an Athletic Therapist?2023-01-19T09:46:36-08:00

No, you do not need a referral from a doctor to see an Athletic Therapist. However, if you have an existing medical condition or have recently had surgery, it is recommended that you inform your Athletic Therapist and get clearance from your doctor before beginning treatment.



What should I expect during my first Athletic Therapy session?2023-01-19T09:44:14-08:00

During your first session, your Athletic Therapist will conduct a thorough assessment of your injury or condition. This may include a physical examination, range of motion testing, and functional testing. Based on the results of the assessment, your Athletic Therapist will develop a personalized treatment plan to help you achieve your goals.


How is Athletic Therapy different from other forms of therapy?2023-01-19T09:42:50-08:00

Athletic Therapy is unique in that it is specifically focused on the prevention, assessment, treatment, and rehabilitation of musculoskeletal injuries. Athletic Therapists have a wide range of skills and knowledge in areas such as exercise prescription, manual therapy, and modalities, which allows them to provide a comprehensive approach to injury management and rehabilitation.


What can Athletic Therapy help with?2023-01-19T09:41:10-08:00

Most musculoskeletal injuries and ailments, including as sprains and strains, headaches, back and neck discomfort, and post-surgical rehabilitation, can be helped by athletic therapy. Strength, flexibility, and balance can all be improved through athletic therapy, which can also aid with general health and fitness.


What is Athletic Therapy?2023-01-19T09:39:29-08:00

Athletic Therapy is a form of healthcare that focuses on the prevention, assessment, treatment, and rehabilitation of musculoskeletal injuries. Athletic Therapists use a combination of techniques such as exercise prescription, manual therapy, and modalities to help clients recover from injuries and improve their overall health and wellness.


What Type Of Injuries Do We Treat?2023-01-19T09:36:59-08:00

Have you hurt yourself running, playing your sport, or picking something up from the ground?

Common injuries that we see are back pain, neck pain, headaches, rotator cuff injuries, sciatica, ankle sprains and the common sprains and strains throughout the body

  • Back pain including degenerative disc disease, sciatica, back tension
  • Neck pain – tight and sore neck
  • Headaches and migraines – chronically tight neck, stress
  • Shoulder pain – rotator cuff, impingement, bursitis, arthritis, and frozen shoulder
  • Whiplash and car accidents – great for building strength for active rehab
  • Muscle soreness – working out, hiking, or other activities
  • Poor posture
  • Running injuries – patella-femoral (knee) pain syndrome and ITB syndrome
  • Sports injuries – baseball, soccer, basketball, football, volleyball, and everything in between
  • Ligament sprains – ankle, knee
  • Knee problems – meniscus tears, ACL, MCL
What are the standards set by the College of Massage Therapists of British Columbia?2023-01-12T10:49:35-08:00

The College of Massage Therapists of British Columbia (CMTBC) is the regulatory body that sets and maintains the standards for massage therapy practice in the province. These standards include the requirements for education, examination, and continuing education for RMTs, as well as ethical standards and guidelines for practice. The CMTBC also investigates complaints and takes disciplinary action against RMTs who fail to meet these standards.



Are medical receipts provided for insurance purposes?2023-01-12T10:47:45-08:00

Yes, registered massage therapists (RMTs) in British Columbia are able to provide medical receipts for insurance purposes. It’s important to check with your insurance provider to see if massage therapy is covered under your plan, and what documentation is required.


How do I choose the right RMT for my needs?2023-01-12T10:45:41-08:00

It’s critical to take their credentials, experience, and area of expertise into account when selecting a massage therapist. Find a massage therapist that is an RMT and is in good standing with the College of Massage Therapists of British Columbia (CMTBC). Additionally, you can read reviews online or get suggestions from friends and relatives. In order to determine whether the therapist’s experience and methods are in line with your particular needs, you may also inquire about them.


How often should I schedule massages?2023-01-12T10:43:37-08:00

Most of our clients come in every 2-4 weeks on average but have clients who come in weekly or every 2 months. How often people get massages depends on what they want and what they need. If you have a long-term illness or injury, you may want to get massages more often (every week or every other week) until your condition gets better. Some people get massages once a month to relieve stress and relax, while others get them less often. It’s important to talk to your massage therapist about your goals and needs to figure out the best time for you.


What should I expect during my massage therapy appointment?2023-01-12T10:41:20-08:00

During your massage therapy appointment, the massage therapist will talk with you about your specific needs and worries. Then, you’ll be asked to take off as much clothing as you feel comfortable (fully clothed if that’s what you’re most comfortable with is just fine) with and lie down on a massage table, covered by a sheet or towel. The massage therapist will use different techniques to move the muscles and soft tissue to help relieve pain and tension. The massage will last as long as you’ve asked for, and you may be asked to change positions during the session. After the massage, the therapist will talk to you about any tips or instructions for aftercare.


Daryl at Sync Therapy
My Superpower

A Whole-person Outlook To Make You Feel Better

Real-life strategy to reach your goals.

At our clinic, we believe that genuine healing transcends mere physical remedies. Our approach encapsulates the entire essence of who you are – mind, body, and spirit.

By understanding the interconnectedness of these facets, we tailor treatments that not only alleviate symptoms but resonate with your entire being.

This holistic methodology ensures a rejuvenated sense of wellness, fostering a brighter and more balanced you. Come, experience healing that truly understands you.

  • Combining multiple therapies in one appraoach

  • Looking beyond where you’re having pain to get results

  • Using hands on treatment to give you results that provide short and long-term benefits and exerciess to make it last

Real-life results

We Generate Results for Our Customers

We generate results for our customers

Choosing Sync Therapy has been a game changer for me. Daryl has nearly a decade of clinical experience, and each treatment builds on the last. I recommend talking about all aspects of your health with them, because your sessions will be tailored to your specific, total health needs.

Definitely also ask about visceral manipulation, and see if it would be something you’d like as part of your treatments.

Dr. Nicholas Cherwinski

I have been in the care of Daryl twice weekly for several years.

He is a most learned man with the best massage therapy skills .I am always better after a treatment with Daryl.

He is always willing to pass on nutritional information and tries to introduce different techniques to this stubborn patient.

He is the right fit for me. I am blessed to find myself in his care.

Harry Hagemann

Daryl Stubbs is super knowledgeable on a multitude of subjects and was very professional! I had a very positive experience with him and got some instant relief after our first session. He also spent a great deal of time to provide feedback, personal exercises, and nutrition in great detail After our session. I’ve been to other RMT’s / AT’s, nutritionists before but Daryl puts everything together so well. I highly recommend Daryl to anyone who is seeking a well-rounded health practitioner who goes above and beyond for his clients.

Tristan Emilianus

I was absolutely blown away by how knowledgeable, professional, and possibly even omniscient Daryl is! How he managed to pinpoint the areas to target–that weren’t even mentioned on my initial intake form–is just shy of wizardry. Like a narrator who knows a character better than the individual themself, he knew exactly where to focus even when I was unable to describe how and where sensations were occurring. This magnificent mage far surpassed my expectations for a first visit to a massage therapist (randomly selected via Google Maps, even) and already has me booked for another two sessions. If you are *still* reading this review because you’re seeking a suitable RMT, nutritionist, or veritable thaumaturge, look no further. You have found Daryl Stubbs at Sync Therapy. Go to him!

Nate Fox

Super happy to have found Daryl. He brings a wealth of knowledge to his practice, he’s extremely communicative and provides excellent service.

Jennifer Wykes

Sync Therapy is my go to place for a great treatment! Daryl has a plethora of knowledge which he is happy to share and always treats with care. 110% recommend!

Nichola Kennell

Everytime I see Darryl, I walk in feeling decrepit and leave feeling like a new human-being.

His massage techniques seem like black-magic but always cure what ales me.

AMAZING for any of my sports-related injuries.

Eric Harrop

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