We care about the health and well-being of all our clients, friends, and family. Whether you need some assistance with a New Year’s resolution or you’re just looking for something to help maintain a healthy lifestyle, these Radar Hill clients can help. Continue reading
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Category Archives: Health & Government Websites
Michelle Frazer is a registered massage therapist in Ladysmith, BC who wants to help her clients stay well. She is non-judgemental, empathetic and understands the nature of pain. She works with her clients to come up with a plan of action together. Continue reading
Valleyview Family Chiropractic and Message Therapy believe in natural and non-invasive forms of health care based on the principle that your body has the inherent ability to heal without the use of drugs or surgery. Continue reading
Taboo Dance & Fitness, Victoria “good time” workout has freshened up the look of their site to take advantage of current browsers and provide even more info on the programs they offer.
A new studio and a new website for Westshore Dance Studios, a professional dance school that has been teaching a variety of dance styles for over fifteen years. Their new location, opening May 1st beside Lee Valley Tools in Colwood, will make them one of the largest dance schools in Greater Victoria. Their website uses colours and tones that compliment their logo and branding. The homepage features the various dance styles taught at the studio. Radar Hill’s custom Content Management System makes it easy for them to update their website content. Visit WestshoreDance.com.
We’re proud to announce the launch of a new website for the Perioperative Nurses Association of British Columbia. This website features a wealth of information for visitors and potential members, as well as a protected area for PRNABC members, which allows the membership body to share information and maintain an ongoing dialogue in a single, convenient location.
We also designed the new PRNABC logo, which represents the update and evolution from BCORNG (the previous name of the association) to the PRNABC. It features a stylized dogwood flower in “motion” to give it a dynamic appearance. Subdued and calming greens are used in the dogwood flower while a green/blue “scrubs” colour for the lettering ties in the association with nursing and health care.