Jasmina’s professional career started in Croatia working as a Physiotherapist. Since coming to Melbourne in 1981, she’s worked as a Physiotherapy Assistant in Rehabilitation Hospitals for over 15 years, and living her passion by looking after and caring for people of all ages and facing different health challenges in neurology, orthopaedics and rheumatology.
Jasmina discovered the benefits of reflexology when she was introduced to it some years ago, while searching for a natural way to cope with her menopausal symptoms; insomnia, night sweats, hot flushes, just to name the few. Thrilled with the results that she got from reflexology treatments, Jasmina decided to make reflexology her career, wanting to help other women who are either already dealing with or about to face the same issues.
Women’s health has always been one of her main interests, but since graduating, her focus and interest has broaden to any stress related causing issues, depression, anxiety, hormonal imbalance, sleep disturbances and digestive issues.
The last few years has seen Reflexology growing in popularity in Australia as an effective, safe, non-invasive and natural complimentary therapy which works well in conjunction with other holistic therapies and medical treatments including Naturopathy, Chiropractic, Acupuncture, and Remedial Massage Therapy.
Jasmina’s main goal is to work alongside MNMC practitioners and support each client in achieving their optimal level of health and wellbeing in the most natural and incredibly relaxing way.
Jasmina believes that when body and mind experience a deep level of relaxation and stillness, this in turn encourages and assists body’s healing ability. A fresh and rejuvenated mind is able to function better, focus, decision making becomes easier, level of pain decreases and you are able to cope with everyday challenges.
Jasmina practices the traditional Ingham foot reflexology method where all the body systems are worked on the feet by applying pressure on reflexes using specific techniques. Through this, a deep relaxation, improved circulation and nerve innervation can be achieved, helping the body to re-balance and achieve healing and wellbeing in a relaxing, rejuvenating and therapeutic way.
She also practices Facial reflexology 1&2 (Sorensensistem TM), a therapy which combines reflexology, acupressure and neurology with further studies underway to complete modules 3&4. She considers continuing education a very important part of her practice; as a professional member of RAoA (Reflexology Association of Australia) she is regularly attending most educational workshops, meetings, seminars and conferences to keep her updated in the latest techniques and findings.
She also values the importance of giving back to the community- being involved in voluntary programs.
To find out more about reflexology or to book an appointment contact us at the clinic on 03 9686 2566 or firstname.lastname@example.org.