Peter Radomski, R.S.T. , CMHAW
Registered Shiatsu Therapist
Community Mental Health & Addictions Worker
Peter was born in turbulent times in Poznan, Poland, to activist parents who were heavily involved in the Solidarity Movement. At the age of 6, Peter, his parents, and 1 year old sister came to Canada to start a new life, and settled in North Vancouver BC.
From that point on, Peter spent his whole childhood and adolescent years exploring the forests of the North Shore and quickly developed a deep and passionate lifelong connection with Mother Nature and her elements.
At the age of 20, Peter had a spiritual awakening that led him onto the path of health, healing, and self-discovery.
At 25, Peter enrolled in the 1100 hour Shiatsu Practitioner Program offered at that time through Langara College/Sourcepoint Shiatsu Center, in Vancouver BC. He graduated in 2006 and became a Registered Shiatsu Therapist. Peter is an active member of the Shiatsu Therapy Association of BC. These days Peter offers table Shiatsu and deep tissue massage, operating out of the beautiful Sentinel retreat centre in Kaslo, BC.
Peter also treats clients in his Kaslo home office, as well as offers mobile treatments in homes of clients who can not travel or who simply wish to relax in the comfort of their own home right after a session.
In 2012, after being profoundly inspired by the work of Dr. Gabor Mate, Peter enrolled in the Community Mental Health & Addictions Worker Program at Stenberg College in Surrey, BC. After graduating with academic distinction in 2014, Peter landed a job working for the Portland Hotel Society in Vancouver’s DTES. During his 4.5 years with PHS, Peter cycled through various roles within the organization. He started off as a Mental Health Worker, later was part of the Stanley Hotel Outreach Team, and ended off in the role of Dayshift-Coordinator at Onsite Detox. Peter’s favourite part of the job was taking PHS clients on “Tree Therapy” outings to the forests of North Vancouver.
Peter left his job at PHS in September 2018, to move to Kaslo BC with his partner Martine and their two young boys, Dominik and Otter. Time had come to fulfil a long time dream of leaving the city behind for a simple life in the small mountain town paradise that is Kaslo.