Dr. Vincent J. Leering, BSc, DC

Dr. Leering grew up in Mississauga, Ontario and graduated from the University of Western Ontario.  He went on to Graduate from The Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in Toronto, Ontario in 1997.  He practiced in Waterloo, Ontario for thirteen years before moving to Kelowna in 2010.

He was distinguished to start his internship at the Wellesley-Central Hospital, a University of Toronto, Faculty of Medicine teaching hospital.  He volunteered for many years assisting the Admission Committee at CMCC conducting admission interviews.  He was a past member of the Rotary Club.  And has been privileged to mentor many students and associates over the years.

As a student he was involved in community based programming for youth with The Boys and Girls Club and for years with Metro Toronto Housing Authority. Working alongside Landmark Wellness and all their initiatives meshes with his lifelong priorities of helping to contribute to his own community.

His practice approach is collaborative, evidence informed, and patient centred.  He utilizes many different treatment techniques and in most cases steers patients for their own active recovery, maintenance, and rehabilitation. He has specialized experience in delivering Shockwave Therapy, Orthotic prescription using gait scan, and instrument adjusting using the Activator tool.

Dr. Leering takes pride in his personable and professional approach and strives to deliver skilled care to his patients.  Put his 21 years of clinical experience to work for your care.

You can learn more about Dr. Leering on his website,

Falko Kriel, RTCMP

Falko holds a Master’s Degree in Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine. This program includes extensive training in acupuncture, herbal medicine, food therapy, cupping, tuina, moxibustion, and qigong. He also trained as an acudetox specialist with the National Acupuncture Detox Association at Vancouver’s Onsite and Daytox programs. He has experience with a wide variety of health conditions such as pain management, sports injuries, chronic fatigue, insomnia, heart disease, autoimmune disorders, women’s health, and stroke rehabilitation. He also has a special interest in assisting clients restore their mental health, especially those suffering from stress, depression, anxiety, and substance abuse.

Falko is dedicated to helping others to overcome any obstacles, whether in their health or personal lives. One of his passions in life is martial arts. He has over 15 years of experience, and founded Tiger Claw Kung Fu and Tai Chi to teach them to others. After a rare post-viral inflammation of the brain and spine left him paralyzed below the waist in his early 20s, martial arts and Chinese medicine helped restore him to full health. This experience inspired him to deepen his study of how acupuncture and Chinese medicine can awaken the body’s ability to heal itself. You can learn more about Falko here.

Fiona Duncan

Fiona is a graduate of the registered massage therapy program at the Kelowna campus of Vancouver Career College. She grew up in England, but prior to going to college, spent six years travelling between Big White Ski Resort and the south island of New Zealand where she taught skiing and snowboarding. During this time, Fiona achieved many of her goals, but not without her own share of injuries. Experiencing these setbacks and undergoing various rehabilitation periods, Fiona realized the full potential and benefits of massage therapy. She knew it was the right career path for her.

In her practice, Fiona strives to help her patients overcome their physical setbacks through injury rehabilitation, posture realignment and reducing the symptoms of stress. A full assessment and personally tailored treatment plan will always be implemented. Fiona educates and empowers her patients to achieve their goals of health and wellbeing.

Jenny Lamberton, RMT

Jenny is a graduate of the Kelowna location of Vancouver Career College. She is passionate about the benefits of massage for mind and body and strives to ensure each treatment is tailored to the individual goals of her clients. Jenny believes in a holistic approach to health and wellness which makes massage therapy a perfect fit for her.

Jenny is proud to be born and raised in Kelowna and enjoys all the Okanagan has to offer including hiking, skiing and running. After suffering a severe injury during a car accident while training for Ironman in 2005, she enlisted the help of a massage therapist. Not only did she meet her goal of completing the race, she developed a lifelong love of massage therapy. Since then she has been a strong advocate for the benefits of massage therapy which include preventing and treating injuries along with reducing pain and stress to name a few. She feels almost everyone can benefit from massage therapy and enjoys educating her patients on how they can get the most out of each session.

Sandra Mowat, RMT, B.Sc (Kin)

Sandra has been working as an RMT in Kelowna since 1994. Prior to going to Massage College, Sandra completed her Kinesiology degree at Dalhousie University in Halifax, N.S. Sandra taught at the Okanagan Valley College of Massage Therapy for over 15 years and is presently an instructor and supervisor at the Vancouver Career College for Massage Therapy in Kelowna, BC.

Sandra feels client education and an appropriate assessment are integral to formulating a beneficial treatment plan. She enjoys all aspects of treatment oriented massage and encourages a comfortable rapport with her clients. Sandra finds the balance between teaching and her practice a welcome challenge.

Sheri Shelton, PT, MAT

Sheri brings over 20 years experience as a sports physiotherapist to Landmark Wellness. As the full time team therapist for the US Alpine Ski team for 5 years and 2002 Olympic team therapist, she has international experience with National team and professional athletes. With the knowledge of the importance of treating the individual as a “whole person”, Sheri passionately combines her experiences and training to offer an integrated approach to healing injuries and help people return to doing what they love.

Sheri is happy to call Kelowna her home, is a team therapist with the Canadian Freestyle Ski team, and believes in the power of integrating movement specialties of yoga, pilates and other methods of training with physiotherapy to help people achieve their goals.