Left: Sophi at the very beginning of her career, 2003, at a clinic in Peterborough. Centre: Sophi and Sandra at the time of the clinic sale. Right: Sophi teaching how to wrap gifts without waste at the Toronto Public Library. Photo Source: Toronto Public Library

Sophi Robertson set to retire her RMT career after 16 years:

As you know, I sold the clinic to Sandra back in Feb 2018. As expected, she’s doing an incredible job. This has allowed me to focus more time on my environmental efforts. I now teach waste reduction workshops for various NGOs, coordinate sustainable events and have been featured on CBC’s Marketplace and The Globe and Mail. I am excited to start a part-time contract position with the Toronto Public Library as their Environmentalist in Residence this fall.

With this new endeavour, I have made the difficult decision to retire my career as an RMT to pursue environmental work full time. I have spent 16 years as a massage therapist and enjoyed it immensely. I feel lucky to shift from one passion to another.

As of September I will only be available on Wednesdays (7:30-1:30pm). October 30th is my last day at the clinic with limited space available. Make sure you book in advance to avoid disappointment.

Not to worry, you can stick with Spring Wellness for continued care as Sandra is a fantastic therapist! I see her for regular treatments myself. She is available 5 days a week including mornings, evenings and Saturdays.

Thank you for making my first career such a joy!

All the best,


PS-To follow my low waste journey, I’m active @yourecofriend

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