On the Online Wellness Wagon
When I first started massage school I can confess that my health was something I took for granted. It was innocuous, there like my baby toe or easy as breathing. Late nights, pizza and beer were on regular rotation in my schedule. Understanding what health and wellness meant to me took many years.
My light bulb moment wasn’t gained through the articles, studies or textbooks I read but gained through the eyes of all my clients I’ve served throughout the years. Now far from taking this concept for granted, I see health as my best friend. Over the years, sometimes there are difficult times, even periods where we don’t talk.
The older we get the deeper the connection and understanding of our relationship grows. Nurturing this relationship with intentions of love and respect is something everyone deserves. I find inspiration through the strength and resilience of the clients I work with and would like to extend my support, continue learning and share this journey online.
A few years ago I decided to take a break from social media, pulling back from all platforms. I had no focus and felt that pictures of my cats and mediocre hiking pictures weren’t worth posting. Through the pandemic of 2020, especially during my “lock down” I felt so disconnected from the community I’ve been working with and disillusioned by all the insanity this year has unveiled. I knew it was time to pull my Internet socks up and create a space that extends my support. Although I’m sure cat and hiking pictures will pop up, it’s also my vision to document my career and add to a stronger health network within the industry I work in through blogs and future forums.
In my clinical practice I feel it’s my privilege to facilitate a healing environment and to encourage people to incorporate health and wellness in their everyday lives. Massage is a great way to start and continue this wellness journey. I hope you enjoy and feel bolstered by my content.
With the my best intentions, love and respect,
- Craniosacral Therapy Level I
- Neurkinetic Therapy Level II
- Lumbar & Thoracic Muscle Energy Technique
- Trigger Point Therapy
- Myofascial Release Therapy
- Registered with College of Massage Therapists BC (CMTBC)
- CPR/AED Level C Certification
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