Amanda Bolen – Experienced RMT

Amanda Bolen was lead into the field of health care and rehabilitation through her heavy involvement in sports. She played at various levels of competitive hockey  earning provincial and national recognition with those teams. She still loves being involved in the game, playing hockey, soccer, etc. but has also within in the community as a coach and helping as first aid/trainer at sporting events and for teams. As an accomplished athlete, her high level of dedication and drive has been reflected in not only her successes in life but also within her professional career.

Amanda graduated with honours from the Massage Therapy program offered at Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy in Kitchener, Ontario in 2004. She is continually upgrading her level of knowledge and has gained successful experience in deep tissue massage, therapeutic massage, sports massage, rehabilitative massage, myofascial massage, structural integration, cupping, reflexology, reiki, etc.

Amanda had been teaching Reflexology for alternative health schools in Ontario from 2007-2016 and as she was getting more experience within her career as an RMT, Amanda recognized that she needed to balance out her skillset to be more successful at treating the body as a whole. Therefore, in 2008, she completed various courses in holistic health at the Transformational Arts Learning college in Toronto helping her now be more successful in fulfilling her patient’s treatment goals and needs. This education also enhanced her own knowledge and skills, therefore she continues to run various workshops and classes in meditation, reflexology, reiki, etc.  to help educate people to better their own health.

She continues to focus on upgrading her skills within the massage therapy and health care industry but also works on balancing life with family, friends, being active and cottage time.  The successful outcomes of her patients’ needs are a direct result of her passion in the field  making her a key asset to anyone’s health goals and rehabilitative needs.