I am an enthusiastic and dedicated sports injuries therapist and Pilates instructor. I always was fascinated with the human body – it’s anatomy, pathology and healing process. I gained university knowledge and ongoing work experience helping me understand it, which gives me the confidence to treat various musculoskeletal injuries.
I often use sports massage as a hands-on tool to find out more about client problems and to build important trust. I enjoy exercising Pilates to keep my core muscles strong, which are fundamental to keep good posture and to keeping lower back pain away. Moreover, I enjoy teaching Pilates to share these great benefits with my clients. To provide quality sessions I teach Pilates as one-to-one and in small groups.
At Perfect Balance clinic as a sports therapist I combine deep tissue massage, muscle taping and exercise programmes. Also, I teach one-to-one Pilates to strengthen postural muscles. Working at Perfect Balance clinic is inspiring and I am proud to be a part of such a great team.
Alongside, I work in a hospital in Wimbledon at the physiotherapy outpatients’ wing. Often, I treat patients after hip or knee surgery.
Being a mum and going through pregnancies and motherhood motivated me to work with other mums. I teach postnatal Pilates in a small group to help mums to rebuild a strong body and self-confidence.
I graduated in 2011 from Middlesex University as a Sports Injury Rehabilitator and recently I took a range of Pilates courses at APPI – Australian Physiotherapy and Pilates Institution. I believe that this knowledge, my skills, and work determination are good contexts for providing excellent treatments.
My work ethos is not only helping people recover from their pain or injuries but ensuring that they return to a level of fitness higher than before to prevent any future reoccurrence.