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Over the past few decades, interest in complementary and alternative medicine has increased significantly in Western countries. More and more people are using alternative natural medicines and reflexology is one of the most used techniques; its field of action being prevention, well-being and sustainable health, it promotes the self-regulation process through specific touch performed by digital pressure on the reflex zones. These areas are called reflexes, because they correspond to different organs, glands and parts of the body.

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Massage therapist since 2000, I trained in 2 massage schools in California where I learned relaxing massage then in Salt Lake City, Utah where I trained in sports massage. While working in Spas in Monaco, and then in Geneva, I decided to add aesthetics to be “versatile” in the field of Spas and well-being. I created my home care business in 2009 by providing massages and beauty treatments.

Deep down I wanted to add deeper well-being and reflexology presented itself to me. I trained at the Morges reflexology school “Réflexe Santé” I put my knowledge at your disposal to help you and guide you on the path to well-being.

For a very long time, I have been close to nature and I have always tried to take care of myself and my health in the most natural way possible. I am at your disposal to help you regain your well-being, your balance, and your vital energy.

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​​Languages spoken: French, English

ASCA recognized means that your sessions will be refundable according to your additional insurance.

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​​Massage therapy has effects that can be calming or energizing, and can decrease nervous excitability, relieve conditions caused by stress (including back pain, migraine, exhaustion and insomnia), increase blood and lymphatic circulation and lead to a state of general well-being. It also has other therapeutic applications.

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