I have been quiet on this blog as of late, but at least it’s for a very good reason. I’ve been insanely busy because I started my own physiotherapy business, resigned from work and accepted a kid’s coaching role at Absolute MMA, in between training and competing internationally.
It took me a little while to get off the ground and finally gather enough courage to work for myself. I’ve quickly had to learn how to set up a trust and business bank accounts, learn accounting, source a scheduling system, work with my designer on the logos, business cards and signs, and finally get patients through the door.
I’m now in my second month of running my own physio clinic and I can’t believe just how much I enjoy it. Many of my patients come from combat sports background and I love that I have access to mats and a rehab gym as well as a treatment room.
I now also coach the kid’s classes 5 x a week together with Mikael and I’m loving every minute. It’s a wonderful challenge and I enjoy watching these little humans grow into more confident and better people every day.
I also have more time to teach BJJ privates and seminars on the weekends, which is amazing and empowering and allows me to travel, meet new people and share my BJJ knowledge.
The only downside of this new chapter in my life is that I have been woking myself to the ground and find it hard to balance my own training, cutting weight, working, running my own business, coaching and actually having a life outside of the gym and catching up with my family and friends. I am slowly learning to schedule in a couple of sleep-ins a week and say no from time to time and just breathe.
If you would like to schedule in for a physio appointment, you can do so through:
phone: 03 9088 2078
For privates and seminar requests you can message me via this blog