Gwinnett College-Sandy Springs (Massage Therapy)
I studied pre-nursing at Darton College in Albany GA from summer 2009-winter 2010, also working part-time as a Writing Center assistant, whose duties included reading and reviewing student essays, indicating errors, which sometimes involved me sitting down with students (if they chose) and explaining the issues found. Currently, I am a licensed massage therapist (LMT) and have been for a year and a half, signifying I have great knowledge anatomy and physiology, especially pertaining to the musculoskeletal system.
Though I do not have any formal experience in tutoring, I do help educate all of my clients on questions pertaining to their bodies and specific issues. With my prior experience as a Writing Center assistant and my current experience as a LMT, I can help provide studying techniques for each subject, assignments that assist in learning, and a learning environment suitable to each individual.
I am available from 9 AM- 7PM on Tuesdays and Thursdays, with Saturdays and Sundays being negotiable depending on individual schedule.
I am a licensed massage therapist (LMT) and have been for a year and a half. I utilize aspects of human A/P every day that I work. My profession requires me to provide this kind of information to my clients so that the have a better understanding of their systems
As for grammar and writing, I worked as a Writing Center assistant for over a year at Darton College. In order to obtain the job and then be able to fulfill my duties, I had to have knowledge of grammar and its errors, formats for proper sentence structure, and proper usable of punctuation, just to name a few.
To see if I'm the perfect fit for you, please be sure to contact me for more information about myself and my experience. My goal is to ensure that you are not only learning the material and retaining the knowledge but are also enjoying learning this information during our sessions together. I understand that every individual learns differently and will guarantee to figure out how you learn best. I studied pre-nursing at Darton College in Albany GA from summer 2009-winter 2010, also working part-time as a Writing Center assistant, whose duties included reading and
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