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Nick Murray

As a new massage therapist I'm always looking for ways to improve my technique, my effectiveness, and my rapport with clients, over and above what I've learned at TAFE. After attending Cherie's neck/back/calves workshop, not only did I have some new techniques to add to my treatments (forearms for neck - a great way to save your fingers and thumbs!), but at the end of the day I had sore abs as well - from laughing! Cherie knows how to put you at ease, how to talk through the technique and break it down, and offered plenty of real-world advice on hand positioning for both effective treatment, and client comfort. If Cherie offers any future workshops, I'll definitely be attending them! Thanks for a wonderful and very entertaining day!

Nick Murray, Massage Therapist

Rosie Seeto

Yes, "magic hands" is a pretty accurate term when you describe Cherie's hands. Not every massage therapist has it. When you have been touched by Miss Magic Hands, your head knows it plus your whole body knows it! Wow, what a blessing!

I have to agree with everything those other folks have written about Cherie, and I really mean everything. The time spent on her table is beneficial physically and because she expresses so much joy and humour in her personality we do get the bonus of being entertained whilst being treated. It really makes a big difference when she treats you like a person and not just a number. She cares and she shows it. If you have any problems just go and see her, you won't be sorry. Mum

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