My first class was when I was 19, I did very well. I had other careers until I was 27; during that time, I let my dreams manifest and the seed planted in me, to do this work, grew .

When I went to massage school, I quickly rose to the top of my class.

I took Shiatsu Massage, Craniosacral Therapy and Acupressure and many more workshops like Thai Massage and Prenatal Massage.

I chose Shiatsu because I knew nothing about it, which lead me on a path of interest in traditional Chinese medicine.

Craniosacral therapy was very interesting and I discovered talents in me that I had not even known existed. I do pure cranial sessions, however there is always a piece that creeps into all of my work.

Once I starting work as a professional Massage Therapist at “the Spinal Institute” chiropractic office in 2002, I put my talents into practice and really honed my skills. I discovered that using what I had learned in class was just the beginning, my real training was using them in the world.

Honestly, I thought I would be bored in the typical deep tissue / sports scene, but my creative eclectic blend feels like the sports deep tissue that people crave.

I received feedback from clients indicating relief in different parts of the body. First was the low back, sacrum, and hips. The pelvic region came easy to me, it felt like I could aid most people with issues there. Neck, shoulders and upper back came after that. Hands, elbows, feet and knees came later. Lower jaw relief was my last body part to master.

Finally, I could help anybody who landed on my table.