What to expect
My treatments are truly bespoke to each person and their needs. My background in SPA work helps me blend different techniques, from trigger points work to more relaxing strokes.
I do have “a thing” for identifying patterns which may interfere with your wellbeing. I believe that the massage session is a great opportunity for you to become more self-aware and move through them successfully.
Soft Tissue Therapy gave the possibility to blend my social skills, my love for movement and martial arts and to understand better how one’s body and mind react to the environment. Combining this with Martial Artist training, I have started a program for Visually Impaired and Blind People to enhance their comfort zone, balance and posture.
BTEC Diploma Level 5 in Sport & Remedial Massage Therapy – London School of Sport Massage
Anatomy on cadavers – dissection review with Julian Baker.
Anatomy on cadavers – soft tissues in a clinical context in relation to common injuries.
Anatomy on cadavers – the upper limb girdle.
Continual Professional Development
Enrolling at Roehampton University in Sport Psychology studies in September 2020.
Since qualifying as a Sport and Remedial Massage Therapist, I have begun pursuing a further qualification in Myofascial Release Therapy.
Institute of Sport & Remedial Massage (IRSM)
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When not at work, I enjoy training my KUNG FU Wing Chun. I try to read as much as possible and recently accepted the challenge to learn maths again with the same Kumon program my daughter is already following: a funny headache!