*Saturday appointments available on request*
- Alistar McCaw
The level of your growth all depends on how uncomfortable you are willing to get
A mother of 2 children and wife to a fantastic husband. Being forty one years young, I do not see myself as being anywhere near that age in health. As a very active and fit individual, I pride myself on my appearance as much as I do on my work.
My experience is rather extensive and varied; I was schooled at The National School of the Arts, an Art and Ballet school in Johannesburg, South Africa and have always been obsessed with body movement in all forms. Following high school, I joined the State Theatre Ballet Company with the intention of fulfilling my dreams, The Company, unfortunately, closed a year later, and I was forced to forge a new career path.
Being so obsessed with human movement, the natural choice was to enter the world of Sports Physiotherapy. Having worked in the field of Sports and Orthopaedic physiotherapy for over 12 years, my interpersonal skills and ability to spend time with people in a one on one environment are
integral to my daily routine. Simply put, I love what I do.
I have thought long and hard about my career path here in the Netherlands. And happiness for me lies in the hands on approach that physiotherpay gave me over the years in South Africa. Things are different here and I wont be given that freedom of choice as a Physiotherapist in the Netherlands. Massage Therapy allows me that freedom and combined with my knowledge as a physiotherapist, I have a powerful healing approach.
"The power to shape your life is yours, take charge of it"
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
"90 minutes of pure bliss, a deep sports massage, fantastic treatment. I felt like a new woman afterwards. Cheryl was very attentive and professional. I highly recommend her services"
- Anthi, 2 June 2022
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Monday: 09h00 - 16h30
Tuesday: 09h00 - 21h00
Thursday: 09h00 - 16h30
Friday: 09h00 - 14h00
Saturday: On request
*treatments outside these hours can be scheduled on request and availability