Tina Bussiere Bio
Having worked in dental offices for 11 years, constantly seated, answering phones Tina felt it was time for a change. She always loved being active in her spare time and wanted to combine it with a career…but how? Massage therapy! After having two car accidents, numerous sprained ankles and receiving massage therapy herself, she wanted to give back and be on the other side of the massage table. Tina is a recent graduate of the WCCMT 3000 hour program. She enjoys working with patients of all ages, and all activity levels. Tina believes that massage, combined with home care and an active lifestyle can really benefit a patient\'s recovery both physically and mentally as she has seen first hand what it can do. An active lifestyle can be anything from evening walks to body building; just something you enjoy that will get you moving!
In her spare time she enjoys reading, being outdoors, and keeping fit with a variety of activities including jogging, yoga and CrossFit.
If you are looking for local services or office treatment from a Massage Therapist, contact a provider such as Tina Bussiere with this phone number to book an appointment 604-683-7246The speaker in the video may have no association with Tina Bussiere, Massage Therapist, Surrey, BC. Tina Bussiere, Massage Therapist, may perform some of the treatment options shown in the video. Always talk with your health care practitioner about the treatments and procedures they perform, and if they would be appropriate for you.Please contact Tina Bussiere, Massage Therapist, Surrey, BC to enquire if this health care provider is accepting new patients.
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