Beauty Therapist and Eyelash Technician Diploma in Beauty Therapy
I started in the beauty industry after I completed an eyelash extension course at Lash Design in 2011, for which I received a High Distinction. I became highly sought after in this field, and being a Lash technician is still one of my greatest passions. I will work with you to design a look that you will absolutely love, in the safest way, never compromising the health of your eyes. I started at Attitude in late 2012 on a casual basis doing lashes. After completing my Diploma in Beauty Therapy at Elly Lukas in 2013, I have been putting my training into practise at Attitude and look forward to treating you in all aspects of beauty.
Hi my name is Zoe,
I graduated from Elly Lukas with my Diploma of Beauty Therapy in 2017. I’ve always had an interest in beauty, from makeup cosmetics to skincare and I knew I wanted to be in a hands on industry that focus’ on helping people to look and feel their best.
My passions in the industry are performing facials, spa treatments and waxing- as I’ve always had an eye for detail. Prior to starting with Attitude I had gained experience through a traineeship I completed whilst studying, alongside having worked in a few salons which had specialised in corrective facials for clients with various skin concerns as well as acne prone clients. I have also worked as a Spa Therapist at Peninsula Hot Springs where I found my love for massage and spa treatments!
I have been working in the Beauty industry for five years and what a rewarding few years it has been. I chose this industry for my love of all things make up, skin, beauty and wellness. After I had completed my certificate at Napoleon Perdis Academy of Make Up I then followed through to enrol in a diploma of Beauty Therapy at Chisholm Institute where my journey as beauty therapist began. I have gained a great deal of experience, confidence and knowledge as a therapist providing facial, cosmetic and relaxation treatments. My most recent working environment has made me an extremely confident waxer and I understand the importance in providing a professional yet personal experience to each of my clients.
My name is Marissa Preston and I am a graduate Remedial Massage Therapist. I pursued a career in the Healthcare Industry because of my passion for helping others, as well as being able to have a positive impact on people’s lives. My hard work and dedication throughout my studies at Chisholm lead me to work with the Melbourne Football Club, where I still currently work as a Sports Trainer and Massage Therapist.
The services I provide can assist with conditions including sports injuries, musculoskeletal injuries, pain, headaches and restricted movement, while also being able to improve quality of life, wellbeing and overall relaxation through tailored treatments specific to each client’s individual needs.
My love for sport has given me an interest in treating injuries and pain in this field, while also having a specific interest in providing relief for women during pregnancy. I plan on studying Myotherapy in the near future to enhance my skills and clinical knowledge, and to give clients more alternative options for treatment.
Initially I had practised in a multi-practitioner clinic where various forms of bodywork (ie remedial massage and the like) was done, and as a naturopath doing Live Blood Analysis.
I was also sports trainer to the Northcote Rugby Club for 2 years before practising on my own for two years in a beauty clinic where I continued to practise both Naturopathic and Remedial therapies.
I then progressed and worked on my own for 5 years where all the modalities I had studied where put to use. I now join theteam at Attitude and continue what I love doing. I love my work as treating and observing people regain better health is rewarding.
Member of Australian Naturopathic Practitioners Association (ANPA) Member of Australian Association Of Homotoxicology (AAOH) Bachelor of Health Science degree in Naturopathy Certified Biomesotherapist/ Biopuncture Certified Dorn Spinal and Joint Therapist Certified Massage Therapist Certified in Lester Cox Technique Certified VoiceBio Sound Therapist
With his skills and knowledge Charles will assist you physically and biochemically, integrating various skills where appropriate to give you the best result possible naturally. Physically the techniques Charles employs are: • Deep tissue Massage - and other variations of muscle work. • Muscle, tendon, and ligament realignment - Lester Cox Method • Dorn Spinal and joint therapy – Correcting spinal and other joints of the body.
These treatments can assist with numerous musculoskeletal ailments including headaches, back problems, any shoulder or leg problems. Medicinally (all natural) the modalities Charles practises are: • Clinical Nutrition • Herbal Medicine • Homeopathy/homotoxicology • Isopathy
Other modalities which affect the body both physically and biochemically are Biomesotherapy and LifeWave Patches.
Diagnostic tools used to evaluate strengths and weaknesses in the body are VoiceBio Voice Analysis and Iridology.
Conditions that can be improved range from digestive problems, skin issues, respiratory ailments, and many other health related issues.
Our environment challenges our bodies. How we adapt to these challenges and evolve to stronger beings and prolong our lifespan depends on how our body is supported. This support can be variable. The consultation will identify different aspects of life challenges.
Using Today’s technology to provide a complete picture of what your whole body’s health status is. This allows for appropriate integration of the various therapies/modalities and maximises the body’s natural ability to heal itself.
For more detailed information on the therapies please call the clinic.
Remedial Massage Therapist
Hi, My name is Andrea Wiltshire. I am a fully qualified Remedial Massage Therapist. I gained my Diploma in 2012 at Swinburne Uni. Learning and working with people to help many people improve their bodies with regular massage.
Introducing or sometimes adjusting exercise, specific stretching and postural awareness all contribute to a holistic improvement. Unlocking knots, that sometimes have been there for years. Using patience and sometimes Chinese cupping and tapotments to encourage the body to release holding tension, old injury memory, tightness from working out and also working every day. Massage is fantastic to release emotional tension also, which the body feels and holds. I get massaged very regularly and it helps immensely.