It was definitely time to break out so I gave in my notice without knowing what I was going to do and flew off to Mexico for a couple of weeks on my own supposedly to ‘clear my head’.
Someone somewhere must have sown the seed in my mind about massage because I hadn’t even really had that many but I found a course in the Cotswolds and my logic was that it’s pretty down there so let’s give it a go. That was just the start, various other massage related courses followed including the seated acupressure massage which is the basis of the workplace massage we do now.
This was more like it, a job where I could meet all different kinds of people and talk to them, help them at the same time and have some fun and laughter along the way. This is what it is all about bringing that fun and laughter into the workplace at the same time as helping people feel better, more motivated and engaged with their work. It makes such a difference. Yes, people go to work to earn the money but if they can do it in a positive environment then so much the better.
When I’m not working I love to listen to very loud music, especially partial to a wailing guitar, I love to dance, Eddie Izzard is my inspiration and I love doting on my chickens.
I’m really proud that we have a fantastic team of therapists at Hands On At Work which is constantly growing and who all really enjoy what they do and that shows through in their work going by the fantastic feedback we receive.
Kathy Scott, Owner of Hands On At Work