Updated: Sep 27, 2019
When I was young my mum would ask me to rub her feet, she would tell me my hands where too hard, my massage too firm. Little did she know that years later people would love how strong my hands are!
After years working in salons and doing fluffy relaxing spa treatments I realised that I needed more, I was bored. I wanted to be a massage therapist that helped people. The therapist that people would come to when no one else would or could help them.
At the ripe old age of 25 I ventured off to uni, being a High-school drop out my diploma of massage and beauty therapies is what actually got me in to ECU. Studying Human Biology and Medical Science I became passionate about the body again, how it worked, how to help people heal. I started to love what I did at work rather than see it as a drag. My clientele changed I was seeing the single mum with Fibromyalgia, the accountant with RSI, the grandmother, who's body was slowly succumbing to Motor Neuron.
I started to see that this was what I needed to do.