Musings about movement therapy and therapists, proactive and preventative health care, ideal clients and client outcomes
Guest blog post written by Seneca Mathai, a new kinesiology graduate from York University. Seneca is looking forward to writing the RKin exam this September and jumping into her kinesiology career with two feet!
During my last year of university, I was worried. How will I study for the R.Kin exam? I was even more concerned after going through the extensive list of textbooks suggested by the College of Kinesiologists of Ontario to help me with my preparation for the exam! During this time, I...
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