My name is Anita Deijnen. In all those years that I massage, I have already treated a lot of people. My flame to give massages started to burn in the late 1970s, as part of the anatomy lesson at the dance academy. There I learned sports and connective tissue massage. A lot of back, neck and shoulder massages were given in that time. If a dancer had less muscle pain after a massage, the gratitude was always great. It wasn’t until a long time later that I started to delve into different techniques and found out that massages and connective tissue massage in a gentler way is also effective.

My techniques are refined, and I have learned to massage with more attention. That was many years ago now. I keep taking a course every now and then because I like it and to stay up to date. I work three-dimensionally, from knowing, feeling, and from my intuition carried by energy.

With all the different techniques I have supposedly made my own soup that can turn out differently every time. This way, massaging is never a routine

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