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Dan Sommer graduated from the Massage Therapy program at Centennial College in 2010. Both in his schooling and during his practice Dan has gained experience in working with people with a wide variety of situations and conditions. Some of these include: - Working with the elderly population in a nursing home environment - Treating pregnant mothers and infant massage - Working with athletes to treat various musculoskeletal injuries - Treating people suffering from fibromyalgia - Working on patients and staff in the Palliative care ward at Toronto East General Hospital In addition to general Swedish Massage, Dan has had training in Deep Tissue massage. Currently, in addition to working in a couple of clinics downtown, he is working as an educator at Centennial College in the Massage Therapy program. Dan grew up in Thornhill but now lives in East York. He received a B.Sc. in Computer Science from U of T and worked in web development before deciding to switch careers to Massage Therapy. Dan is an avid film goer, enjoys cycling, gaming (video and board games) and singing in a community choir, Singing Out. To contact Dan directly, you can email him at DSommerRMT@Sommerhealth.ca
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Sophia graduated from the Sutherland-Chan school of massage therapy. She has had the privilege of working with a variety of populations dealing with a range musculoskeletal and systemic conditions including, pregnant women, cancer patients, stroke survivors, the elderly, children and athletes. Prior to obtaining her RMT license, Sophia went to the University of Windsor where she earned her Bachelors of Human Kinetics majoring in Movement Science and minoring in Psychology. There she took a variety of courses from ranging from Ergonomics to Pathophysiology of Pain, to the Psychology of Adulthood and Aging. She believes that her theoretical training has allowed her to be a better RMT one that appreciates a challenge and sees them as opportunities to research, learn and get creative. Sophia has an insatiable curiosity for human physiology and the rehabilitation process. This curiosity motivates her to continue to learn in order aid her clients in their rehabilitation process and help them move better. In her spare time, Sophia loves drawing, trying new activities, and spending time with family and friends.