Therapist Spotlight – Meet Elliott

  • What brought you to England?

Adventure, i worked quite hard in my early 20’s and whilst i had friends exploring the world i was putting in some long hours.

I’ve always loved to travel so when the opportunity presented its self i decided to make the move to London as Europe is so easily accessible, so far i’ve loved every minute of it.

  • What do you miss most about Australia?

The people, i’m a very social person and am extremely close to my friends and family so being so far from them is tough but i make sure i call home regularly.

Also i’ve only recently got my hands on some over here but Vegemite is another one, Sorry but marmite doesn’t come close!

  • Why did you become a massage therapist?

When i was in my teens i suffered with migraines and headaches that would leave me in bed for days at a time.

I was pretty helpless over those years and saw every therapist within two hours of where i lived with no luck. Through this process i became more and more interested in the treatment and different therapies used to treat the body.

Luckily no more migraines!

  • Where do you see yourself in 10 years?

This is a tough question, in short i don’t really know.

I may be back home in Australia and settled down but i guess you never know whats around the corner.

I’m currently single so i guess who i may meet down the line can change where i see myself.

I’d like to have some kids in my life by then though.

  • Among your friends or family, what are you famous for?

I consulted my housemate about this one and was told 100% for not having a mute button or an off switch.

I guess i talk a lot..

  • What has been your biggest adventure in life?

Packing up and moving to London without a doubt, Im originally from a little town of 5 Thousand people. Its a bit of a change.

  • What is the last gift you gave someone?

I recently went on a trip to Poland and a few of us chipped in to fly a mate over with us as it was his last weekend before flying home to Australia, great to have him there for some final memories.

  • How do you relax after a long day at work?

I usually hangout with friends to unwind, getting out for a run or a gym session is also a good way for me to feel nice and relaxed

  • What’s the best and worst advice you’ve ever been given?

Best advice would have to be that attitude is a small thing that makes a big difference, i think thats a Winston Churchill quote but i’ve always thought that was a great one that my mother always told me.

I’m not really sure what the worst advice i’ve ever received is which might be a good sign i haven’t had to much.

Fingers crossed that’s the case.