LUNENBURG, Nova Scotia, Feb. 19, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Jocelyn A. Chouinard is recognized by Continental Who's Who as a Pinnacle Professional Member in the field of Massage Therapy in recognition of her role as Osteopathic Massage Therapist and Belly Dancer.
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Chouinard started "in the hippie years with massage when everyone was doing it." She also began with jazz before she started belly dancing. When asked her advice to newcomers in the field, Chouinard believes that you "just do it and do what you love." She attributes her success to her love for what she does.
Throughout the course of her education and training, Chouinard attained her degree in Massage and Hydrotherapy in 1994 from the West Coast College of Massage Therapy in New Westminster, British Columbia. Later, Chouinard completed advanced training in a variety of massage techniques including osteopathic massage therapy, myofacial release, movement therapy and hydrotherapy.
To further her professional development, Chouinard is an affiliate of several organizations including the emOcean Wellness Centre, and Hydrotherapist at the Aqua Spa Atlantic Hotel and Marina. A professional dance teacher and choreographer at Hadia Oriental Dance, Chouinard has conducted extensive courses in dance throughout the course of her career.
In recognition of her professional accolades, Chouinard was nominated by IAMED for Best Modern Egyptian Dancer, a recipient of Global Woman of Vision Arts, Entertainment and Culture, ADOS Lifetime Achievement Award, International Association of Middle Eastern Dance Best Choreographer Award, and the Giza Academy Award for Best Instructional DVDs.
For more information, please feel free to visit http://www.hadia.com
Contact: Katherine Green, 516-825-5634, firstname.lastname@example.org
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