Pathway to the Present

I am originally from Poland and I started as a beauty therapist studying in Poland in 2005 but found massage more fascinating and a more holistic way to work. I recevied one on one training for a year in Remedial Massage in Nordic Chi Massage in Oslo in 2010. Nordic Chi Massage is a Remedial Massage based on Swedish classical massage.

I then spent 3 years working on an expedition ship called the Orion, we went to Antarctica, through Asia and around Australia with specific themes for the passages. These cruises were either for a historical, cultural or environmental purpose. On the Orion I worked as Spa Manger with our spa booked out most days of each cruise.

This was an amaing experience, meeting a variety of people from around the world and seeing some spectacular places.

I came to Australia in 2015 to study Yoga which has been a passion of mine since 2007. I had already completed Ashatang Yoga Teachers Training in Oslo and Yin Yoga in Malmo, Sweden. Since arriving in Australia I completed Advanced Diploma in Shanti Yoga. I spent the past 2.5 years working at Spicers Peak Lodge in Maryvale Qld as Massage & Beauty Therpaist

What are my Treatments like?

For me its important that I listen to the person's body and take an intuitive approach to my treatments. I like to be fully present for the treatment and I feel my dedication to the person and treatment is my strength.

I believe in taking the time to listen to the person, to really hear what they need and to provide a treatment based on these needs.  All of my treatments are designed for the individual. Remedial Nordic Chi uses similar techniques to those taught in Australia, such as PNF, trigger points, long flowing strokes and focusing on specific groups of muscles. 

This style of treatment brings together the elements of Remedial Massage and Relaxation to treat the person as a whole.

What do I love about Massage?

I feel priveleged to receive trust from clients and that they trust in my skills. I have witnessed many healing affects not only physical but also emotionally as well. I feel this is so important in our society today.