• Meet our Staff

  • Dr. David Bayley

    BSc.K, ND

    Dr. Bayley has been practicing general Naturopathic family medicine at his office in Delbrook Plaza in North Vancouver since 1987. He grew up in North Vancouver and went on to receive his Bachelor of Science Degree in Kinesiology from Simon Fraser University followed by his doctorate of Naturopathic Medicine from the National College of Naturopathic Medicine in Portland, Oregon.


    He has a special interest in finding the underlying cause of and treatment for all chronic diseases, including digestive disorders such as irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), Crohn’s, colitis, reflux and hiatus hernia. He treats fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome, Chronic Hepatitis B and C, heavy metal toxicity, asthma, eczema, hay fever and all manner of sports injuries including sciatica and painful spinal disc disorders. He has written a manual and taught courses on the pros and cons of vaccines and counsels parents on how to prepare their children for immunization to help prevent adverse reactions. In addition, he supports the geriatric population to reduce their intake of drugs whenever possible.


    Dr. Bayley is the former head coach of Whistler Mountain`s ski team and is a past member of the Sports Medicine Council of B.C. He is also trained in Kinesio taping (the colored tape you see on professional athletes). He is retired faculty of the Boucher Institute of Naturopathic Medicine in New Westminster where he taught Jurisprudence (medical law) and Immunity Through Vaccination for 7 years. He is a past speaker for The Canadian Liver Foundation. He is also Chair of the Examining Committee 'Emeritus' for the College of Naturopathic Physicians of BC and is a member of and past chair of the Inquiry Committee for the College. He is a member of The American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine. He is certified in Chelation Therapy, and has prescribing authority (prescription drugs). 

  • Anne-Marie Côté

    Registered Massage Therapist

    After graduating from the West Coast College of Massage therapy in 1997, Anne-Marie worked her dream job with Canadian Mountain Holidays in one of their Helicopter skiing lodges in the Purcell Mountain range of British Columbia. Once the skiing season was over, she chose to work in North Vancouver where she has been ever since, working with a very diverse clientele ranging from: ultra runners, biking enthusiasts, martial artists, triathletes, chronic pain sufferer, and stroke and Gillain Barré Syndrome sufferers.


    In 2005, she started teaching at the West Coast College of Massage Therapy (WCCMT), over the last 9 years, she has been teaching many courses, with her main domain always being the orthopedics component of the program, involving: spinal, regional and neurological treatments.


    As of September 2014, Anne-Marie started teaching in the Registered Massage Therapy program at Langara College, continuing to pass on her knowledge of orthopedic treatment to a new crop of Registered Massage Therapist (RMT) students. Her years as an orthopedic teacher for the RMT program has made her extremely competent in treating joint injuries: post joint surgery recovery, sprains and strains, dislocations, neurological cases and so many more.


    Always keeping in mind that relaxation and therapeutics can be used in conjunction, a treatment with Anne-Marie is both therapeutic and deeply relaxing.


  • Peter Maharajh

    Registered Massage Therapist

    Peter graduated from the 3000-hour massage therapy program at West Coast College of Massage Therapy in 2007. Working with MS and Parkinson's patients as well as conditions such as hydrocephalus and spinal cord injuries have been some of his most rewarding experiences.


    Although he has training in STR (Soft Tissue Release), L.A.S.T. (Ligament Articular Strain Technique), Muscle Energy Technique and has a special interest in understanding pain, nociception and nerves - Peter enjoys treating all patients and all injuries. He is just as passionate about treating the elite athlete dealing with an acute injury such as hamstring or calf pain as he is about treating the elderly person managing neck pain or arthritis.

    His treatment style is patient dependent. With an emphasis on communication and Functional Movement Screening the patient helps establish the style and type of treatment most suited to their goals.
    Peter enjoys all sports and all types of music (especially classical and jazz). His hobbies include art, reading and studying the ongoing discoveries being made in anatomy and physiology. (He has a special fascination with Heart Rate Variability and understanding the bio-mechanics of running)
    He has a competitive background in rowing and sculling and still keeps his single shell in the Vancouver Rowing Club - although he wishes he was able to get out on the water more often.