Diploma of Remedial Massage
Dual Diploma in Business Management and marketing
Cert IV in Training and Assessment
Certificate of Thai Massage
Member of ANTA
Kim was raised in a small rural district of Viet Nam in the 1980’s where her interest in massage was nurtured. In 2002, she started to work as an intern and later became a massage therapist and beautician at Six Senses Spa Evason Ana Mandara 5 Star Resort, Nha Trang, Vietnam.
In her career, she also worked at Six Senses Spa Puntacana Resort and Club in Punta Cana Dominican Republic as a day spa massage and beautician therapist and later as a trainer.
After working in the Dominican Republic, she continued her profession as a spa director at Airways Hotel in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea. About a decade later she returned back to her hometown to help set up a new spa at Novotel Hotel, Nha Trang, Vietnam; where she worked as a spa and gym manager and also served as a hotel duty manager.
Subsequently, she was invited to become a spa consultant and manager at the new Grand Mercure, Danang, Vietnam and her duty was to set up a newly opened spa as well as to recruit and train an entire team who had little experiences in this field.
Kim moved to Australia in 2014 bringing with her qualifications in Vietnamese Massage with flame cupping and a Diploma in Sodashi therapy. She also has qualifications in Thai massage, Diploma of Spa therapies, treatment & Procedures and obtained Spa management and Spa development certificates in Thailand and a degree of bachelor in business administration.
In Australia, Kim has planned to change her career by study different subjects as a result she has completed a dual Diploma in Business Management and Marketing and a Certificate IV in Training and Assessment.
However, Kim realized her passionate on helping people. Therefore, Kim has returned to study a diploma of remedial massage
With great interest in helping people and in her community, Kim has been a volunteer supporting Red Cross Retail Outlets and tutor at TAFE in the Adult Migrant English Programs (AMEP) And Vietnamese Community in Australia –Qld Chapter in stress relief massage management.
Western massage approach is towards the physical human body while Eastern massage approach is from energy point; My treatments are a combination of both.
Seeing a smile on client’s face after receiving my massage.
Kim Specialises in