Meet the Team

Keep Up Your Healthy Lifestyle and Recover from Injury

Our Therapists and Fitness Trainers in Langley are Here to Help!


John Reimer

Registered Massage Therapist (RMT)

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John graduated from the West Coast College of Massage Therapy in 1998.  He is the owner of Body Smart Health located in Langley which offers a dynamic, corrective manual therapy approach.  John brings many years of strength training experience, having competed in the sport of Powerlifting at the provincial level with the BCPA from 1994-97. John also has experience with Trinity Western University, Cirque Du Soleil, BC Lions and many other local and community performance and sports groups and athletes.  John has advanced training in osteopathic manual therapy, myofascial release, neurokinetic therapy, FMS/SFMA, and Rocktape to name a few.  “As an athlete, I personally experienced the positive effects of Massage Therapy which helped to improve my performance, decrease injuries, improve recovery time”.  John enjoys life with his wife and 4 kids and is ready to help you to achieve, regain, and maintain a healthy active lifestyle.    

His natural tendency to care and help others in attaining optimal health, along with his commitment as a competitive athlete looking to improve his performance, are two of the reasons why John is a registered massage therapist today.

To ensure he provides patients with the highest quality and standards of care, John is continually furthering his education to learn more massage techniques in the areas of sport therapyand rehabilitation. John has worked with the Massage Therapists Association of BC to develop and enhance the profession, as well as national, international, and community sporting groups and events.

A dedicated family man and husband, John finds his career as a RMT one of the most rewarding experiences in his life. He is honored to earn his client’s trust and to help them overcome physical limitations to improve their quality of life, work, and play.

Education and Credentials

  • West Coast College of Massage Therapy (1998)
  • Neurokinetic Therapy Certification I and II
  • Functional Movement Screen I and II
  • Canadian College of Osteopathy, (first year completed, ongoing)
  • Canadian Sport Massage Therapists Association (studies in progress)

Deanna Reimer

Massage Therapist (DMT)

Deanna graduated from the West Coast College of Massage Therapy in 1998.  “I have seen my fair share of cases whereby mental and emotional stress shows itself through physical dysfunction in the body. I know first-hand the value of massage therapy for the treatment of pregnancy as well as for related issues such as headaches, neck pain, low back strain, sciatica, and postpartum soft tissue/joint dysfunction. My primary goal is to help restore optimal function by addressing the underlying cause of the problem. Mindful that an individual’s tolerance and need varies, I provide personal treatment plans based on your specific needs.”

 A mother of four children, Deanna specializes in women’s health issues during the child-bearing years as well as pediatric massage. Her primary goal is to help restore optimal function by addressing the cause of the problem. Her treatment techniques include:

  • Myofascial Release
  • Active Release
  • Positional Release Therapy
  • Neuromuscular Therapy
  • Deep Friction Massage
  • Swedish Massage
  • Hydrotherapy
  • Therapeutic Stretching and Strengthening Exercises

Jaffy Malagar


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Jaffy earned a Bachelor’s degree in Physical Therapy, with a special interest in Orthopaedic/Musculoskeletal cases where he has been mostly exposed in his years of practice. He has been treating various injuries related to sports, motor vehicular accidents, work-related injuries, and post-musculoskeletal surgeries, and has been treating patients of all ages. He is Certified in Trigger Point, Dry Needling and is a Certified Manual Physical Therapist by the North American Institute of Orthopaedic Manual Therapy.
He is fluent in both English, Tagalog, and knows a little Arabic. He loves the outdoors. He believes that knowledge is a continuous process and so he stays up-to-date with current research and evidence-based treatment approach.


  • Bachelors of Physical Therapy


  • Sports Medicine Council of British Columbia
  • College Of Physical Therapists of BC

Hannah Yorke 

Registered Massage Therapist (RMT)

With a passion for anatomy and physiology, Hannah’s first interest in Massage Therapy began after sustaining a shoulder injury while traveling abroad. Having graduated from West Coast College of Massage Therapy (WCCMT), Hannah became registered with the College of Massage Therapists of British Columbia in 2018.

Through student outreaches during her time at school, Hannah worked with UBC’s Varsity teams, Canuck Place Children’s Hospice, and Royal Columbian Hospital’s maternity unit and NICU. She believes continuing education is an essential part of being a healthcare professional. Hannah has taken further education in pediatrics as well as in pregnancy and post-caesarean section treatment. She has special interest in pediatrics, women’s health, temporomandibular joint dysfunction, and post-surgical rehabilitation, but enjoys treating a wide variety of conditions and injuries.

Hannah employs active listening with her patients, takes detailed history intakes, performs assessments, and creates personalized treatment and home care plans to help achieve goals. She commonly uses a variety of techniques such as Swedish massage, myofascial release, trigger point release, neuromuscular techniques, stretching, and joint mobilizations.

Outside of being a RMT, Hannah is a teaching assistant at a local massage college. She enjoys the outdoors, food, and quality time with her loved ones.


  • Sports injuries
  • MVA & whiplash injuries
  • Soft tissue therapy
  • Health coaching


  • West Coast College of Massage Therapy (WCCMT)


  • College of Massage Therapists of BC

Paul Jeung

TCM Practitioner (Acupuncturist)

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Paul’s journey in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) began in 1990. He studied oriental science and philosophies under the direction of an elder Buddhist monk who was a master acupuncturist and highly esteemed for his work in TCM. It was in this Korean monastery, the sacred SeoKwang Temple, where Paul worked as an apprentice alongside his master. Together they worked on a voluntary basis, caring for and treating poor and elderly people. With his strong desire to help people in need and seeing the profound results TCM offered, Paul was encouraged to continue with his endeavors.

After many years of study in Korea, Paul relocated to Canada and formally pursued his career in TCM. Paul is now a fully licensed and Registered Practitioner of TCM and Acupuncture in British Columbia. He has been an active member of the College of Traditional Chinese Medicine of BC and the Traditional Chinese Medicine Association of BC since 2005.

Although he treats a wide range of conditions from chronic pain to infertility, he has found his niche in the area of cosmetic and weight loss acupuncture along with herbal remedies.

Over the years, Paul’s treatment style has evolved as he strongly believes learning is a lifelong process. His treatments are well-rounded, using all means available to overcome barriers to his patients’ healing process, whether they are physical, energetic or spiritual. Paul firmly believes that healing is a co-creative process and works with patients to achieve their optimal health.

Paul is fluent in English, Korean, Japanese, and Spanish



  • SeoKwang Temple


  • College Of Traditional Chinese Medicine of BC

David Panell

Registered Massage Therapist (RMT)

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David is a 2018 graduate from Langara College in Vancouver. His previous experience as a personal trainer gave him the foundation to keep building his knowledge about how the human body can adapt and overcome many things with the proper exercise prescription. 

His skill set can aid with things such as stroke symptoms & traumatic sports injuries to the smaller nagging symptoms of headaches & training soreness. Explaining aches and pains can be difficult for some people, fortunately David’s 10+ years of personal experience with resistance training, gives him the ability to communicate effectively and target specific muscles very efficiently. David praises a lot of his success towards having a biopsychosocial treatment model that helps him understand his patients personal needs for full recovery.   

 Further education is always on the list for David, as he continues to pursue and stay on top of the ever-changing health & fitness industry. Outside of the clinic David is usually challenging himself with weight training and sprint training. David is thankful that he enjoys cooking as well as growing and hunting his own food so he can recover fully from his active lifestyle. 

David knows that helping his patients understand their own body is an instrumental part of effective care. He is committed to encouraging each patient throughout their road to full recovery. 

Kailey Ann Leeburn

Registered Massage Therapist (RMT)

Kaileyann is a graduate of the massage therapy program at West Coast College of Massage Therapy where she was able to work with a variety of clients and conditions including pre and postnatal clients and with athletes at UBC. Her primary goal is to help patients achieve a pain-free, healthy, active life by helping them with their rehabilitation and using a variety of techniques such as Joint Mobilization, Trigger Point Release, and Fascia work. In her spare time Kaileyann enjoys hiking, playing soccer and softball.

Education and Credentials

  • West Coast College of Massage Therapy 

Professional Associations

  • College of Massage Therapists of BC
  • Registered Massage Therapists of BC

Ryan Luck

Personal Training
Certified Strength & Conditioning Coach

Ryan earned his Bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology at the Univeristy of British Columbia
Okanagan with a specialization in Clinical Exercise Physiology. As a former university athlete he
became very interested in how the body functions, whether that was injury related or just getting
stronger in every day life and extracurricular activities. Additionally with a minor in Psychology,
he loves working with new people and people of all ages to help them reach their goals and live
a healthier lifestyle. Having a backround in sport, he combines his knowledge of strength and
conditioning with rehabilitation to help a wide range people. Whether that’s helping patients
recover from motor vehicle accidents, patients with sport-related injuries, athletes looking to get
to the next level or anyone that wants to become the best version of themselves. Ryan loves
learning new things and staying up to date with new health science so he can constantly better
the service he provides. When he’s not in the gym you can find him on the court or on the beach
playing or coaching the sport he loves, volleyball.


Education & Credentials:

  • Bachelor of Human Kinetics – University of British Columbia Okanagan
    • Specialization: Clinical Exercise Physiology
    • Minor : Psychology 
  • British Columbia Association of Kinesiologists

Max Stokes

Gym Manager 

Personal Trainer

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A healthy active lifestyle has always been important to me.  I’ve always been athletic and got into weight training at a young age.  Due to major knee injuries and years of chronic joint pain my athleticism and general health took a massive hit.  After years of pain I had to take a more functional approach to weight training and haven’t looked back.  I’m stronger and healthier than I’ve ever been.

I believe there are great benefits, both inside and outside the gym, to improving one’s physical fitness.  I’d love to help you take your fitness to the next level!

Education and Credentials:

  • Specialty areas:
    Fitness Theory
    Weight Training
    Group Fitness
    Personal Trainer


    • BC Recreation and Parks Association

    Ryan Gerber

    Personal Trainer

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    Ryan is a BCRPA certified personal trainer. He is passionate about health, fitness, and well-being. Ryan is committed to helping clients achieve their fitness goals, no matter how big or small their goals are. Ryan believes in striving to be 1% better every day and believes that being the change you want to see in the world is a great way to make a positive impact. He is currently accepting new personal training clients, and encourages you to come in and join him in his fitness classes!


    Education and Credentials:

    • BCRPA
    • Specialty areas:
      Fitness Theory
      Weight Training
      Group Fitness
      Personal Trainer


      • BC Recreation and Parks Association

      Meghan Hum

      Personal Trainer

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      Meghan is Personal Trainer and Nutritionist at Body Smart Health and Fitness. She competed as a high-performance water polo player and competitive swimmer throughout most of her child and teen years – advancing so far as medaling at provincial competitions and even swimming for Simon Fraser University as part of their prospect program.

      After retiring from competition, she went on to share her knowledge of the sport she grew up on by coaching for multiple swim clubs over the span of five years. Fitness and community are two things she grew to be very passionate about 

      “My philosophy around health and fitness is that they should be accessible to all and that it is never too late to start your journey – whatever that journey may be.” – Meghan

      To add to her credentials, she is currently enrolled in nutrition and exercise therapy courses through International Sports Sciences Association with the goal of eventually pursuing an education in either massage therapy or physical rehabilitation and nutrition consultation.


      Sylvia Ottom

      Office Admin




      Sylvia has been part of the Body Smart Health team for many years. Professionally, she is a certified Medical Office Assistant and is prepared for anything that meets her in our front office. Having a daughter with special needs, Sylvia has a great deal of empathy and compassion for people and their challenges – whatever they may be. In her spare time, she loves cooking, baking, and hosting family dinners in her Abbotsford home where she lives with her husband and four young adult children. We’re so grateful to have Sylvia overseeing our office for she commutes from Abbotsford, without a complaint, to be part of the Body Smart Team!

      Stephen Dinesen

      CEO Body Smart Health

      “Body Smart Health has been a pillar of the community, delivering Massage Therapy to patients for decades.

      The vision of Founder John Reimer for Body Smart Health in combining with the Fitness Center is to bring The Body Smart Way to more people through quality delivery of Personal Training, Rehabilitation Therapy, Group Fitness, and Massage.

      Since being part of the team I’ve been using a variety of the services and it is mind-blowing stuff – I am learning how my body should work, and getting it working that way.”

      Stephen has operated large and growing businesses in the Surrey and Langley area for 20 years. He is responsible for the business operations of Body Smart, including marketing and strategies to share our story with the community.

      Achieve, Regain, and Maintain a Healthy Active Lifestyle

      Your good health is our priority at Body Smart Health.

      Call 604-888-1177 between Monday and Saturday