- Where did you grow up?
In a small village called Pakuonis (population of around 600) in Lithuania with my parents, grandparents and 2 brothers.
- What advice would you give someone visiting Lithuania for the first time?
Be careful!!! No no.… I am joking. It is very beautiful country with lots of amazing people. I would definitely advise them to see the capital, Vilnius, but also
to visit an authentic 18th century village such as Zervynos, Rumsiskes (open air museum), and smaller towns as Kernave, Trakai, Anyksciai, and Nida where there’s lots of history and beautiful nature.
- What were your best and worst subjects at school?
The best was history and maths, worst was Russian language and literature of Lithuanian language.
- What do you do in your spare time?
Ha ha ha most of it I study, but if I’m not then I catch up with friends, cycle, do some yoga, cook, try to get out of London regularly to get some fresh air.
- What do you think you’d be working as if you weren’t doing massage or osteopathy?
A primary school teacher
- What’s your favourite place in London?
- What sort of places have you travelled to and where would you like to go next?
Mexico, India, Bali, Iceland, Barbados, some places in Europe. I would love to spend more time in Mexico, South America, Greenland, Nepal (for the Himalayas) and some parts of North America, Africa and Cuba.
- If you could spend an evening with one well known person, who would it be and what would you do?
Oprah Winfrey. Just drinking wine and chatting. Maybe in her house in Hawaii
- What would you say is your greatest achievement so far?
Being able to do what I am doing now – working full time and studying at university.
- If you could go back in time and visit your child self, what would you say to her?
Follow your dreams ALWAYS and trust your intuition.
- Do you have any bad habits or guilty pleasures?
Sweets, jelly gums, biscuits, chocolate…. Basically everything sweet.
- Tell me a joke!
Noooooooooooooooooooooooo, I hate telling jokes!