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My path to massage

Updated: Jan 3, 2023


Hello! Here is my path to massage.


Under the guidance of my parents, I trained as an economist. Then it was considered a profitable and popular profession.

Later, having received two diplomas of higher education (economist and translator), I realized that I was doing what my parents wanted to do and fulfilling their programs.

Realizing this, I decided to quit science and pursue my hobby.


Since childhood, I have done massages for everyone.

I remember how dad asked him to shrug every other day, he really liked the massage. My friends also asked, and when there was a free minute, I just put my hands in front of the person sitting and massaged someone.

Everyone liked it, people even began to call me with a request to help, restore them with a massage, despite the fact that at that time I did not have any education. Even so, people felt the benefits of my impact.


In 2005, I studied with Robert Ilinskas, and later with Pavel Yanyshevsky, who directed me to the legendary Riots Pishet.

There I saw how effective the Thai massage technique is, in that it helps not only the patient but also the massage therapist by keeping him healthy. This is what makes Thai massage different from all classical schools. In every movement, you think about how YOU feel, how relaxed YOU are, and it is this state that is transmitted during the massage session.


In 2008 I started a school and started teaching Thai massage. At the moment, training takes place in 11 cities of Russia. In addition, it is possible to study in the format of offsite seminars in Goa, in the Krasnodar Territory, in the Crimea, and the plans include an offsite seminar in Thailand.


My key realization is that movement through life is possible only when we listen to ourselves and act from within. Everything else will be done through tension and will not lead to expansion and effective interaction with other people.


Tell us about yourself! What is the name and how did you come to massage? Let's get acquainted! and my path to massage.


Under the guidance of my parents, I trained as an economist. Then it was considered a profitable and popular profession.

Later, having received two diplomas of higher education (economist and translator), I realized that I was doing what my parents wanted to do and fulfilling their programs.

Realizing this, I decided to quit science and pursue my hobby.


Since childhood, I have done massages for everyone.

I remember how dad asked him to shrug every other day, he really liked the massage. My friends also asked, and when there was a free minute, I just put my hands in front of the person sitting and massaged someone.

Everyone liked it, people even began to call me with a request to help, restore them with a massage, despite the fact that at that time I did not have any education. Even so, people felt the benefits of my impact.


In 2005, I studied with Robert Ilinskas, and later with Pavel Yanyshevsky, who directed me to the legendary Riots Pishet.

There I saw how effective the Thai massage technique is, in that it helps not only the patient, but also the massage therapist by keeping him healthy. This is what makes Thai massage different from all classical schools. In every movement you think about how YOU feel, how relaxed YOU are, and it is this state that is transmitted during the massage session.


In 2008 I started a school and started teaching Thai massage. At the moment, training takes place in 11 cities of Russia. In addition, it is possible to study in the format of offsite seminars in Goa, in the Krasnodar Territory, in the Crimea, and the plans include an offsite seminar in Thailand.


My key realization is that movement through life is possible only when we listen to ourselves and act from within. Everything else will be done through tension and will not lead to expansion and effective interaction with other people.


Tell us about yourself! What is the name and how did you come to massage? Let's get acquainted!

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