More recently I became a sports massage therapist and am studying onward to become a physiotherapist.
Humbled by how little I still know about physical, emotional and spiritual health, I still dedicate myself to learn more, acquire more knowledge and to be of service.
Through my own journey with health and well being I realised how our body had a strong impact on our mind. For me, this was a discovery, as l always considered my brain the only relevant part of me. I came to realise how physical pain , fatigue and discomfort can impact our life and mind, to the point of changing who we are. I learned that, in most cases, this process can be reversed.
I believe that holistic therapies, along with a healthy life style, help our body and mind to be in balance.
Massage is one of the many valuable tools to get rid of the extra emotional and physical burden.
I consider a massage to be a reset button.
I appreciate the remedial side of the therapy as an undeniable pain management technique. My aim is, in fact, to keep studying and researching to acquire new skills to help people to live a pain-free life. There is more than that to massage therapy: a good session could help your mind to get back to “the centre” and, in this place, you can heal.
Sometimes all we need is a break and we can take care of the rest.