July 27, 2017
I have been a therapeutic massage therapist and bodyworker, using a variety of modalities, energy work, including reflexology, not only for wellness, but more often for painful functional issues. My experience spans over more than 25 years, specializing mostly in orthopedic therapy. The complaints I am dealing with are stress and pain related musculoskeletal dysfunctions, soft-tissue injuries, and rehabilitation. Over the years, I have constantly tried to hone my skills by attending various courses, seminars, or lectures to further my education, most of them taught by experts in the healing arts.
In the last few years, I have become very interested in movement therapy: I studied as a yoga instructor and partly as a trainer. Naturopathy has also helped me understand much better how to aim at well-being and wellness, in general: to step away from dis-ease.
Thai massage has been on my mind for a number of years, but I could never become convinced that the training I was offered was really satisfactory. Now, at last I registered in the HEAVENLY HEAD MASSAGE a few days ago, as a first step. And I am so happy I did it. Next, it will be the COMPLETE THAI MASSAGE.
Although I have been living in Montreal for quite a while now, I am European-born and was running my own very successful business as a massage therapist and esthetician in London, UK, for 20 years. My clientele was quite eclectic: from world business tycoons, to renowned opera singers, royal families, politics, celebrities, sports media, to office workers, belly-dancers, and house wives.
Welcome to our forum and community, Rosline. You have a very interesting background and history, and I am glad to have another accomplished colleague join us here. The Heavenly Head Massage course is something quite unique which goes great with Thai Massage or any kind of massage, or as a stand-alone modality. I am looking forward to your feedback on this course.