Over the last year I’ve been in Morzine ski resort (France) working with Sports and Deep Tissue Massage, aiding recovery & maximising clients time to shred on the hill! Using interseason as a time to travel & explore other cultures. Previously, I spent the summers massaging at UK festivals, in beautiful yurts with excellent background music – also delivering mobile massage treatments across Brighton and Cornwall. Originally, I began working in luxury spas across the UK offering therapies aimed to relax the body and mind. I’m studying personal training to help clients better manage and prevent any injuries, with a focus on women’s health.
Get to know Belle
Core Elements Sports Massage, London School of Massage, The Cotswold Academy.
- Massage Therapist. Mobile Mountain Massage, France
- Self-Employed Mobile Massage Therapist, UK
- Massage Therapist, Various festivals across the UK
What do you think are the best skills that you bring to your job?
Having been through a knee injury from snowboarding myself at a time when I was young and had no awareness of the importance of recovery and strength training – I’m now in a position where I can help people through massage and also explain the importance of recovery as well as really knowing & listening to your body. I’m particularly interested in women’s health and how to support women in sport.
Favourite Conditions to Treat
Postural issues, or anything on the legs as there’s always so much to find.
What are you happiest doing when you’re not working?
Pretty much anything outdoors! Especially if it involves snowboarding, hiking or food.
What would be your personal motto?
Gotta bend it to send it
Who is someone you admire and why?
Celest Pereira – the first yoga teacher I ever heard using scientific and evidence-based approaches to yoga.
Your most-outstanding achievement:
Surviving and thriving through winter in the alps living in a camper van.