Interested in this?


First of all – Cheers for popping by! I see you must be interested in my work to ROCK and INSPIRE!

But what is it?

Basically : I am a Massage Therapist *cringe* – I hate using that term. But I am and I can’t hide from it – but I am so much more. I give people ‘balance’, I make people understand that massage is so much more than just a rub with some nice smelling oils! I am setting up a program soon that is to ensure that people take care of ‘self’ – instead of thinking massage as a luxury – it is so much more important. Massage brings balance, serenity, power and inspiration! Sound silly? I have so many clients that stumble into my treatment room, they’re tired, worn out, aching and 10% of themselves, my job whilst they are with me is to make that 10%, 100% and to make them feel ideal again, and the words I hear after 60 minutes is ‘WOW, incredible, I feel like me again!” : that phrase is what I thrive towards…I want to make people feel like that because it is so important in everyday life to feel like that ALL the time – not just after a treatment, so my program will be ensuring that people take the time for themselves every day to feel like ‘them again’ it could be anything from going for a walk in the countryside to doing something that used to inspire them as a child – I want them to do something everyday that they used to want to do for the rest of their lives – bring that inner child out – because a lot of us DON’T – we used to dream of being pilots, astronauts, famous singers – and what were we told by our elders “You can’t be an astronaut, you have to be very clever to do that, and it is almost impossible!” OK, so hopefully not everyone’s elders said this at school, it was probably our teachers (definately mine!) my parents wanted me to do what I loved, a few years ago I ended up working at a desk for 8 hours a day, running around for the boss who at the time was sat at home drinking coffee – It was only when I took the time out for myself and dug deep down to my inner child that I realised – I wanted to be a therapist when I was 10 years old. Bugger me – I did it – OK I did need that push through the door from my fantastic fiance, but I saved up my cash and in January 2013 I left the admin job and started to grow a business – for me!

So I know what it is like to sit in a job you hate, you have to hide your real self because you are around professionals (yeah right, and how happy are they being ‘professionals!?) , you work like a dog for someone who may say they appreciate it – but they don’t!! So now, I know I was put on this earth to bring out YOUR inner child. Did you want to be an artist when you were younger? What is actually stopping you from doing that? Money, other people?? Stop!(hammertime) the excuses – you have one life – do what makes YOU happy!

I want to ask you a few questions and you can answer below – no judgement, no laughing will be included:

What did you want to be when you were younger? Did you continue to do it? If not, what are you doing now? And most importantly – are you happy doing it?

Go ahead……ROCK your answers below!!



3 thoughts on “Interested in this?

    • 1. Who or what motivated you to start your blog? I love reading inspiring stories and I love inspiring others so I thought I would give something back to those that inspired me! I am a massage therapist, my clients inspire me, some have gone through awful accidents and injuries that have stayed for life, and they are still so happy, excited for life and daring.
      2. Show us a picture from where you live and tell us something about it. It can be any picture as long as it’s from where you’re living.
      3. If I were to travel to your country, what place and event should I go to first? I live in North Yorkshire in the UK, The Moors are beautiful, untouched landscape where you can sit and dream of ideas, walk with your loved ones and watch the sun drift across the shadowy hills.
      4. Where do you want to travel to next and why? The Northern Lights in Norway, legend had it they were spirits trying to contact the living. They are truly a world wonder and to sit underneath them would be so inspiring, emotional and truly a sight to see!
      5. What is it on Earth that fascinates you and why? It can be any field of study or even any aspect of humanity, whatever you like. The energy that is all around us and the energy that goes through us. I feel energy a lot in the work I do and I can be amazed at some peoples energy around them.
      6. As a child, what was your answer to the inevitable: “What do you want to be when you grow up?” A massage therapist! No joke! I used to charge my friends 50p for a massage after school.
      7. Are you working on improving or developing any skill or ability right now? What is it, if any? My work as a therapist, my spirituality, my life with my future husband, I am only 24 and we foster a teenager who has had a terrible is our job to ensure he grows up feeling loved and gets the care he needs for his future.
      8. What’s the last thing you’ve done that you’re proud of or feel good about? It may not be the last thing but we fostered someone else’s child and that to me is a proud moment, especially when he has changed so much for the better just because he is in a safe environment!
      9. What kind of people do you get along with well? Or what are the qualities of people who you like to hang out with? Risk takers, inspired people, hard workers, loving people and honest folk! I have a brilliant network of strong, inspirational, confident and loving people and the energy they have is so powerful. My gran was a very powerful loving lady and I will never forget how happy she made me feel when she took me in her arms and gave me a cuddle, although she was a matriarch, she was the most gentle person and a fantastic loving lady who I still feel very close to, even though she passed away 6 years ago.
      10. What are you grateful for today? Life of course! Love from my future hubby, the fact I am loved, I have a roof over my head, I don’t need to be grateful for the big things in life.

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