About me

I work as a full-time massage therapist since 2007

therapeutic massage

I have been working in the healthcare environment for many years.

I graduated from medical college in 2006. Before that, I finished my first remedial (medical) massage course in 2005.

After graduation, I had been working in the ambulance and emergency department of my hometown hospital for 1 year. I was also doing some home visits massages part-time, mainly treating my grandmother’s friends for free 🙂

I got my first full-time massage therapist job in 2007

First three years

Ayurvedic Massages

I found a full-time job as a massage therapist in a beauty salon in 2007. Since that point, I had been working in several places including few salons, a sports club and SPA (as ayurvedic massage therapist) for about 3 years. I became very interested and inspired by the eastern philosophy of the human body and massage. I had finished several different Ayurvedic and polynesian massage courses.

chiropractic clinic

4 years of clinical experience

After exploring the ayurvedic phylosophy and massages, I wanted to come back to medical environment and I found well established chiropractic clinic where I had been working for another great 4 years . I received invaluable experience working with patients with different spine and joints issues, such as sciatica, frozen shoulder, arthritis, vertebral disk herniation, etc. I was providing not only remedial massage , but also physiotherapy using equipment like laser, ultrasound, electro therapy and carboxytherapy.

Massage Practice in London

Moving to UK

I moved to London in 2014. I confirmed all my qualifications and diplomas. I had also passed the practical and theoretical exams to became a member of Massage Training Institute and the member of Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council later on.
I have finished aromatherapy, and cupping therapy courses that helped me to improve my technique and results I can achieve.
I have been developing and running my massage practice since 2015 . I have received numbers of rewards from Treatwell and other platforms.

Perfect synergy between eastern and western massage techniques

I believe I found a perfect synergy between eastern (ayurvedic, chinese, polynesian) and western (sports, remedial, swedish, deep tissue) massage techniques. It gives me opportunity to help people with not only some back problems, however also with emotional tiredness, stress, and fatigue. 

I use ayurvedic and essential oils for all my treatments. They always individually chosen and mixed as well my massage treatment is never the same , not only for different people, but also for the same person because we all change little bit from time to time, our circumstances, conditions etc …. and it often reflects on our bodies.

I like to help people to feel better and I like to feel how my technique and knowledge have been improving over the years .