Tomomi Nozawa Bio
Tomomi obtained her Massage Therapy diploma from Georgian college in Barrie, where she gained training and experience in dealing with various conditions such as sports injuries, fibromyalgia, pregnancy and complex injuries.
She is passionate about improving her skills and knowledge. In her previous professional experience, Tomomi worked as a registered Japanese Shiatsu and Traditional Chinese Acupuncture Therapist for seven years in an osteopathic clinic in Japan that dealt with chronic pain, sports injuries, and various other conditions.
Tomomi believes the role of Massage Therapist serves not only to treat painful conditions, but also to identify conditions which impact your future wellness.
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