Tammy Peterson is an artist and the Host of The Tammy Peterson Podcast. She is also best known for being the wife of Jordan Peterson, a Canadian media personality, clinical psychologist, author, and professor emeritus at the University of Toronto.
Tammy is the founder and owner of Tammy Peterson R.M.T and a Registered Massage therapist founded in Jan 2010 as per her linkedin. She offers therapeutic massage, position release, LLLT, hot stone massage, and private hatha yoga lessons. As an RMT, she also offers therapeutic massage, Positional Release, LLLT, hot stone massage, private hatha yoga lessons, kundalini meditation lessons, and personal training.
From 2010 to 2014, she was an RMT at Miles Nadal Jewish Community Centre (MNJCC). Tammy has a certification from CPTN Personal Trainers Network, Yoga and Pilates, and has over 10 years of experience in Kundalini Yoga Meditation experience with Dharma Singh Khalsa M.D.
Tammy Peterson Education
She went to Matric Wellness Ca for a Matrix Repatterning Practitioner Bodywork course from 2014 to 2015. She went to Meditech Bioflex laser, cold laser therapist, and physical health therapy within that timeframe.
Tammy did a Bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology at the University of Ottawa from 1983 to 1987. While there, she was part of the Sutherland Chan Schol of Massage Therapy Canadian Personal Training Net Work.
Tammy Peterson & Tammy Peterson
Tammy Peterson and Tammy Roberts have been married since 1989. The couple has a daughter, Mikhaila, and a son Julian.
Their daughter Mikhaila had suffered from juvenile rheumatoid arthritis, which required a hip and ankle replacement when she was 17. She also suffered from chronic fatigue and depression. Mikhaila adopted a diet that she calls “the lion diet”, consisting of beef, lamb, salt, and water, which she claims helped reduce the negative impact of her multiple disorders.
In 2019, Tammy was diagnosed with a rare type of kidney cancer. After two surgeries, she survived cancer. A year later, in August 2020, his daughter announced that her father had contracted COVID-19 during his hospital stay in Serbia. Two months later, Peterson posted a YouTube video to inform viewers that he had returned home.