People ask me why I decided to quit plumbing. My answer always is the same; happiness!
When I made the transition in my career from plumber to therapist, my decision was easy, but the transformation was difficult. My wife and I had a young family when I started to travel to the United States for my KMI training, for a total of eight times at two weeks per visit, but I knew that it was right for me to embark upon this journey. I had the support from my family and friends, which made each lonely trip and course less tiresome and regretful. I constantly challenge myself to new ideas and narratives, and maybe this is why I have taken a good quantity of training courses. I love to learn, I love to educate myself about the human body, and I love meeting new people of all nationalities, and now have friends all over the world as a result of my self-educated approach. As a result, I am very happy!
My interaction with clients in clinic is based on my experience so far in life. I do my very best to be myself and to not portray myself or any other approach/modalities that I have adopted to be the ‘thing’ that ‘fixes’ you. Honesty, and a client- centred approach is of the utmost importance to me.