Morris grew up in Toronto, Ontario and excelled in many sports. As a competitor in figure skating, Karate and squash he grew a passion for movement and the intricacies of the human form.
Wishing to combine his passion for movement and health into a career, Morris attained his physiotherapy degree at University of Toronto and earned certification as a Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS). With a thirst for knowledge Morris persued numerous continuing education courses, becoming a certified Functional Movement Screen (FMS) provider and Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA) provider. Realizing movement is not always the only answer for everyone’s problem he had a desire to learn alternative forms of therapy including acupuncture, dry needling, scalp acupuncture and is now a German Auricular Medicine practitioner. His East meets West philosophy, over 15 years experience in the rehabilitaiton setting and his belief in the mind and body connection allows him to have success with a wide variety of patients, levels of function and conditions. Morris is also an instructor with the Canadian Institute of Auricular Medicine and teaches a unique course “The Vascular Autonomic Signal for Manual and Movement therapists”
How I Stay Moving:
Yoga, Weight training, Basketball, Squash