Toll Free from Anywhere in BC

We’ve just made Shannon Gordon Therapy more accessible for anyone residing in British Columbia, Canada. All sessions are offered through an online video platform from the comfort of your own couch. Use our Toll Free number to contact Shannon for a free phone consultation.

Toll Free in BC, Canada 1-833-488-1915

The safety of my clients and our community is of the utmost importance as we navigate our world with COVID-19.  Here is what you can expect moving forward with both in-person and telehealth sessions at Shannon Gordon Therapy.

Health Checks

I am keeping close tabs on myself and family for any COVID-19 symptoms and will be rescheduling appointments if there is any concern of illness.

If you are feeling unwell or experiencing any symptoms of COVID-19 (Ex. Cough, Fever, Shortness of Breath, or Flu-like symptoms) I ask that you stay home and reschedule your appointment.  There will be no cancellation fee for in-person appointments cancelled due to illness.

Reduced Capacity

I will continue to offer online sessions as well as open up a limited number of in-person sessions. Scheduling has been modified to ensure adequate time for cleaning and sanitizing the office space in between clients.

Social Distancing

The office space and waiting room has been set up to accommodate social distancing.  This will allow a minimum of 6 feet (2 meters) of distance between the client and therapist during sessions.

Face Masks and PPE

Face masks will not be required during your visit as we can accommodate social distancing. As always, I am committed to creating a comfortable environment for my clients and if you feel more comfortable wearing a mask please do so.  If you would like me to wear a mask please do not hesitate to ask.

Hand Hygiene

Hand sanitizer will be available in the waiting room. Please sanitize your hands when you enter the office and again on your way out.


I will continue to accept e-transfers and credit card payments but will no longer accept cash. E-transfers can be sent to or you can add your credit card information to your Jane account.

.                              Stay healthy, safe and informed!

9054 Glover Rd., Fort Langley B.C.

I am excited to announce that Shannon Gordon Therapy will be moving locations at the end of April 2020. I am staying in Fort Langley, just a couple of blocks from where my office is now in the Coulter Berry Building. The new address is 9054 Glover Rd., Fort Langley.  For those of you who know Fort Langley well, you may recognize the picture above is of the Birthplace of B.C. Gallery. I feel so fortunate for the opportunity to open my practice in this space. The office is beautiful, the location is peaceful, and I can’t wait to host my first session here.

In saying this, I am sad to be leaving Fort Langley Massage & Holistic Health. The group there have been wonderful to share space with over the last year.  If you’re in need of a great massage by qualified RMT’s you don’t have to look any farther that .  Also, the owner Naomi Chuah offers Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy as well.

My contact information will remain the same. If you would like to schedule an appointment with me or have a brief conversation to see if we are a good match, please contact me at 778-888-1915 or .

As the rain begins and the seasons change, it is the ideal time to create space within ourselves and form a relationship with our awareness.  Listening to the pitter-patter of rain, the singing of birds, and the crackle of fall leaves under our feet allows us to truly be present in the moment. What a gift all this could be—the end of summer’s breeze on our skin and the prickle of winter’s chill. How peaceful it can feel when we ground ourselves in mother earth and really allow ourselves to soak up what nature has to offer.  This, our most basic level of awareness, can give us a space to breath and move when we’re feeling stuck.  

What if we delve a little deeper?

Try shifting your awareness to yourself. First, notice your breath, then maybe your heartbeat.  How does your body feel in the moment?  Do you have an itch that needs to be scratched?  Is there a pain, throbbing, or other sensation that you are aware of?  All of this listening to our body is information.  It’s our nervous system at work, and most of the time we are too busy to really take a moment and listen.  Instead, we work at a more superficial level where we mistake our judgments about others as truth. We may even tell ourselves that we know what others are feeling and thinking.  This assists us in creating a story that satisfies our thoughts and feelings, when in fact we can never be sure how someone else is feeling.  This seems even clearer when we consider that we rarely know how we’re truly feeling.

If we use this awareness and notice when we are making assumptions about others, we can then try to shift our viewpoint to curiosity, which can change our story and soften any judgements we may have.  Curiosity allows us to shift our story, which allows us a different perspective of a situation. What if we could then move to a different level of awareness and acknowledge how we react to situations, including the impact of stress.  Do we have a knee jerk reaction? Do we speak before we think? Do we jump to conclusions?

And, if we go deeper, perhaps we can ask ourselves what made us react the way we did?  Was it a past stress, a current issue, or something else? Then, if we reach even more deeply, we can ask ourselves about the emotion surrounding our action, reaction, or inaction, and where it is located in our body.

As I mentioned in my previous post The Stories We Live: Why We Feel What We Feel   we often have a limited vocabulary to express the complex emotions we feel, and this leaves us missing something in this process.  Finding the word or phrase that just feels right can take time, but once you unearth it, our story becomes more tangible. Locating where this feeling lives in your body becomes clearer as well.

The idea that our feelings can be felt or stored within the body may sound foreign to some of us, but given the opportunity and the assistance to help explore this aspect of ourselves, the outcome can be profound.   An example of recognizing where our feelings reside in our body could be to imagine the nervousness you felt on that first date—the butterflies in your belly, or that first kiss and the tingling in your head.  Think of that moment of fear and exhilaration you felt on your first rollercoaster ride when you thought your chest might burst. If we pay close attention and heighten our internal awareness, the information that can come forth is amazing, sometimes life changing, and always worthwhile in our personal growth.

As fall struts forward in all of its golden glory, take a moment to listen to the rain, the crackling of those falling leaves, and feel the cool breeze—then take a moment to turn inwards and see what you hear.

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