Hi! Welcome to my website. I’m a mother of three, wife to a talented graphic designer and nature lover. I enjoy cooking healthy meals for my family, exercising and feeling strong and love to take on new adventures.
I was born in Johannesburg, South Africa and immigrated to the US in 1992. My family has resided in the Greenville, SC area since then. In 2005, I graduated from Elon University with my bachelors degree in Human Services. After college, I never really found a job in the Human Services field that called to me. I’ve always loved helping people and knew that I would have a job doing so.
My history with massage therapy started in 2005 when I started training for my first marathon. Weekly massages helped me recuperate from those long runs and kept my muscles loose for the next one. I was able to complete my first marathon in October, 2005 and went on to do a half-Ironman in May, 2006. It wasn’t the marathon or the half-Ironman that gave me a sense of accomplishment. It was my first triathlon that I completed in my Sophomore year of college that helped me realize that I could do anything I set my mind to. Since then, my training motto has been “What the mind can conceive, the body can achieve”. In November 2017, I completed the Trailblaze Challenge for Make-A-Wish SC. Our group raised money to support MAW and we hiked 28.3 miles in one day.
I graduated from the Greenville Tech massage program in 2007 and have been practicing massage since then. After graduating from the program, I have found my niche doing deep tissue and pre-natal massages. My practice isn’t limited to those two modalities. In 2015 I completed my first Vacuum Therapies course and have added Medicupping to my practice. It has allowed to me help my clients I love what I do and am grateful for my clients. Each client is unique and I enjoy working with them!
In 2017 I decided to join Norwex, as an independent consultant. Their mission, to improve quality of life by radically reducing chemicals in our homes aligns with my life mission to help others. It’s been a wonderful journey being able to make a difference in other people’s lives.