I graduated Trillium College in 2011, with honors and with a perfect attendance record – I doubt the college has seen or will see that again. Part of being an RMT and a member of the CMTO is something called CEU’s (continuing educational units). This continuing education ensures that all RMTs keep up with changes in the field and expand their knowledge on related and varied treatments. One of my first CEU courses was on Acupressure, and I’m hooked, this is something I’ll be continuing to study into the future. Also of interest to me is Craniosacral Massage, Reiki, and Reflexology. The more I learn of these topics the more I’m amazed by the wonder of the human body.
Bowmanville has been my home for almost four years now; I like the relaxed pace and friendly atmosphere of the town and do a considerable amount of hiking and biking (both pedal and motor) in the area. Upon graduation it made perfect sense to seek employment locally. Telma Grant’s Physio Therapy clinic gave me a chance and Telma and all staff members have made me feel very much at home.New clients are always welcome. Phone, email, or just drop in to visit the clinic. Either I or other staff members will be happy to show you around, answer questions, and book an appointment. Mark Bowie, RMT