The driving force for me to become a Sports Massage Therapist has primarily been my thirst for knowledge. Having gained a degree from the University of Warwick in 2008, I decided there was still so much more I could learn.
I moved to London and spent 6 years gaining numerous qualifications in the field of dentistry and orthodontics at The Royal London Hospital and Kings College Hospital, and gained significant experience in a specialist practice in London's prestigious West End.
It was here that my passion for health and wellbeing was ignited - I tried my hand at all sorts of activities and events in my spare time and soon found myself wanting to know more about how my body worked and what it was capable of (mainly because I was repeatedly getting injured!).
I trained to become a Sports Massage Therapist at Premier Global's London Academy, which allowed me to gather a deep knowledge and understanding of human anatomy and physiology as well as a vast array of manual techniques that enable me to treat my clients to an expert standard, helping them recover, rehabilitate and prevent injuries and soft tissue dysfunctions.
I love that my job allows me to continue learning everyday through treating clients and through varied professional development sources.