I have always liked to care for people, but my school qualifications initially led me into a career in catering. While I enjoyed my job, I knew it wasn’t what I wanted to do for the rest of my life, so I embarked on a 10-year journey to become a full-time complementary therapist while I continued working as a chef.
After gaining various qualifications, I set up my own complementary therapy business in England in 2006. I steadily grew my client base and knowledge until I was able to give up my job as a chef in 2014 and become a full-time therapist.
I have a thirst for knowledge in my field and I complete a training course every year as part of my professional development. In 2012, I was lucky enough to travel to Asia to attend the Wat Po Thai Massage School.
Most recently, I became a trained ScarWork therapist. This exciting new therapy has produced outstanding results in patients, and I am delighted to be able to offer it to my clients.
In 2019, I moved from south east England back home to Cahir to help look after a relative.
I also enjoy treating clients in the comfort of their own homes. Therapy at home often works well for elderly and less able clients.
I am a member of the Irish Massage Therapists Association (IMTA) and Association member of the Associated Bodywork and Massage Professionals (ABMP). I am also fully insured under Balens Insurance Services. I am recognised by the Irish Life Health for rebates and am now also a first aid responder!
Isn't it just gorgeous at the moment and such a great mood booster? It is a rarity in ireland so my blog today is about keeping yourself cool!
It was National flip flop day in America this week so it inspired me to write a few words on how bad they can be for our feet in the summer.
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