Q: How long have you been a massage therapist?
A: I’ve worked as a massage therapist for 12 years, with ever-growing passion.
Q: Music, conversation, or silence?
A: Whatever feels natural. I would ask a few questions related to client’s needs, preferences, injuries etc before the session. There is always relaxing music in the background. The rest I leave to the client, whether they want to converse or not. I personally don’t encourage them to talk, however, as that engages facial muscles and therefore unables full relaxation – all muscles are connected after all. It’s ideal to shut everything down including the mind as only then can one shift into the blissful state of relaxation.
Q: What’s the longest massage you’ve ever given?
A: The longest I have ever done was 3 hrs.
Q:Your client falls asleep under your incredible touch. What do you do?
A: I “wake them up before I go go..”
Q: Describe what would be your best massage experience?
A: At the seaside, close enough to hear the sound of the sea, the waves smashing wildly against the rocks. My healing touch brings calm and a sense of serenity, the breeze playing with my hair, refreshing my being and renewing my mind. The client then becomes an extension of the best version of me and picks on my peaceful state. Massage is an art to me, a gift from the Divine Intelligence.
Q: And your worst?
A: Only good lies before me.
Q: Favourite drink?
Q: Favourite TV series?
A: Me and TV don’t go well together.
Q: If you weren’t a massage therapist, you would be a…?
A: An alternative medicine healer, a poet, a ghost writer, too many passions – the sky is the limit!