My belief is that people should do the type of work that they enjoy and for which they have a real vocation; in this way they will deliver to the best of their ability.
This is how I started, moving from a career as an economist, trying various roles in administration, sellings, gardening and cooking in restaurants before finding my true passion – Massage Therapy!
In 7 years, I accumulated over 7300 hours of practice in massage, having become Absolute Champion of Moldova (Beginners) 2nd International Championship in Cosmetology, Applicative Esthetics and SPA Massage BEAUTYPROF 2014.
Currently, I am practicing full-time massage therapy. My practice is based at MB Massagetherapy & Health centre on 29-31 Clifton road.
I first discovered my interest in massage on an “Introduction to Massage” course in Brighton in 2013. This inspired me to make changes in both my life and career to train in massage therapy.
I am passionate about helping people find rejuvenation and renewal amidst the stresses of life … and relief from the pains that show up in their bodies because of that stress.
I understand that pressure preferences and pain tolerance is subjective and do my best to match each client’s desired needs by being mindful and transparent not only during the consultation, but during the massage treatment as well.
I work to slowly engage with the body – to assess what it needs, working to alleviate any tension or pain. My massage style combines a mixture of Swedish, Deep Tissue and Remedial techniques to provide a relaxing, yet effective massage.”
I am a dedicated Sports Massage Therapist and am passionate about treating sports injuries.
I qualified from Moulton College with a Level 4 Sports Massage Therapy qualification and have gained a vast amount of knowledge and experience working at the local Nuffield Health Gym as their Sports Massage Therapist and at a local rugby club where I supported the team on training and match days.
I feel a great sense of achievement when I can help clients
recover from various muscular injuries, supporting them not only with a massage
but advice on how to manage their injuries through exercise’s and
Mesut has graduated from Istanbul Arel University Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation Department in 2018.
He is currently doing his master’s degree at Arel University.
He also has passed many other courses that help him to be a great therapist.
He worked in a special education and rehabilitation centre for 1 year, he was a team leader physiotherapist there.
After that, He worked as a team leader physiotherapist at Istanbul Reyap International Hospital for 2 years. During this time, he worked as an infrastructure and a team physiotherapist for Istanbul Beylikdüzü Sports Football Club.
At the moment he can practice as a sports massage therapist until his diploma is in the process of UK recognition.
He is eager to offer high quality treatments that can help people in pain.