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I am an artist and a spiritual practitioner, creative and meditative.

 

How did I start this journey?

I have to confess:
I never really officially received a massage in my life till I started my massage training…. And before I took the Thai yoga massage training class, I never receive Thai yoga massage myself.


And really until I get more connected with myself, my body through daily meditation and yoga practice the last couple three years, I started to receive regular treatments myself.…

 

 

I discover my good sense of touch while volunteering in Portugal a few years ago, and then I got a part-time job in a massage salon later in the Netherlands. I enjoy the meditative moment, caring, but I was injuring myself. It could be the lack of proper training and repetitive work…. But I know, the main reason was I was giving too much
At that moment, I was a version: I thought I only need to give, I don’t need to receive. I only need to help others, I don’t need others to help me.

 

Soon after I quit the job, I accomplished Thai yoga massage training at ITM Thai hand school in Amsterdam. Thai yoga massage is holistic, it is like a flow between receiver and giving, and I have the freedom to create sessions that suits the clients’ situation, and I enjoy working on the ground, moving with different positions…

The last couple of years was the time I focused more on my inner work, with my regular mediation,  yoga practice, and morning pages, as well as sync my practice with the moon cycle.

 

All those, help me to be more connected with myself, to learn to listen to my body, learn to take a break, learn to allow, allow myself to receive.

Slowly,

I become a self-caring/self-love person, recover from “giving too much” and start learning to listen to my body, giving myself space and time.  It is an ongoing journey for me.

 

And I would like to share this journey with you,

through Thai yoga massage and yin yoga practice.

With the time and space, you create for yourself.