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After finishing my studies in 2009 at the Kangan Institute in Melbourne, I began working in the Spa at Day Dream Island on the coast of Queensland Australia, then for 2 years as one of the first therapists in the new Isika Spa in Crown Metropol Hotel as it opened in Melbourne in 2010.

Helping individuals discover where or what is causing the pain experience and how to investigate structural limitations became quickly my focus, and in 2010 I further studied personal training to understand more about movement and biomechanics.


Learning massage at Kangan Institute was an invaluable experience that laid a strong foundation for my career. The student clinic at Kangan was particularly valuable, as it provided the opportunity to practice on real case studies. Treating the same patients multiple times allowed me to create a detailed anatomical reference, mapping out the body’s paths and structures. The high quality of the teachers there was also of great importance, especially under the guidance of notable instructors such as Gabriel Perconte, Denise McFarlane, and Pauline Kelly. Their expertise and mentorship were crucial in refining my skills and developing a deep understanding of massage practice.

Entering the wellness industry immediately after my studies further deepened my knowledge and expertise. Working with diverse individuals in a professional setting enhanced my understanding of how to connect the mind and body. This experience highlighted the importance of holistic approaches to health, focusing on pain prevention and self-healing. It inspired me to not only practice massage therapy but also to teach others, providing them with the knowledge and techniques to improve their well-being and prevent injury.

I have been freelancing in Berlin since 2021, where I joined Praxis Anjali, a multidisciplinary praxis in Charlottenburg, and also started in the same year teaching massage therapy at Kisa Akademie, whilst building my own clientele of patients who seek more specific help to rehabilitate from various musculoskeletal pain and associated conditions.

All along the way of learning, practicing and teaching, I have found myself starting a small family also in Berlin. This beautiful and deeply meaningful experience has given me the opportunity to broadened my scope of practice to allow me to focus more on pre and post natal anatomy, biology, neurology and physiology. 

June 2024 marks the beginning of a new chapter working in Berlin where I have begun offering treatments and workshops for pre natal massage care every Monday and Tuesday at Jetzt & Hier in Berlin Mitte.

With myotherapy, the main goal is to treat the patient first to discover the cause, and then be able to effectively and efficiently treat their pain second. For these reasons, I have dedicated my research and practice to assist in the discovery and recovery from pain and look forward to helping you.