I first became interested in massage therapy when I started to compare the varying treatments I received around the globe. My first impressions of massage were that it was relaxing and pleasant for the client, and what most people would indulge in as a special treat or pamper session.
At this point I had no idea of the profound, beneficial physiological effects massage could have. When I began to discover what massage could do, both in relaxation and in treating specific problems, I was completely hooked! A few years ago I started to have regular treatments as part of an all-round well-being plan. I felt the benefits so much that I decided that I would like to train to be a massage therapist in the hope of sharing this amazing feeling of balance and well-being with others.
I went on to gain a Diploma in Holistic Massage in 2017 and during my studies I came to recognise the connection between the physical, emotional and the energetic body.
In 2018 I qualified in advanced Pregnancy & Postpartum Massage and am delighted to be able to offer these amazing side-lying treatments to pregnant ladies and new Mothers.
Massage is such a powerful tool in helping to restore the connection between body and mind. It works by increasing awareness of the parts of the body which are causing you pain. You can then begin to realise, in everyday life, the things you are doing which are causing that pain or making it worse, for example your posture whilst sitting at a desk. It is only then that you can start to make small changes that will help relieve the stress on the body which might be causing the pain.
Using a variety of techniques, my treatments aim to bring about a sense of relaxation to each client, revitalizing and restoring the body to its natural being state.
ITEC Diploma in Holistic Massage 2017 – College of Classical Massage, Brighton
ITEC Diploma in Anatomy, Physiology and Pathology 2017 – College of Classical Massage, Brighton
Member of the Complementary Therapists Association