Natalija is also skilled in Hawaiian Kahuna Bodywork, as well as Thai and Balinese massage. For the past few years she was involved in various collaborations:
work with physiotherapists and reflexologists in preparing different therapeutic massages for daily injuries and rehabilitation programs;
pre/postnatal treatments for the care of mums during pregnancy and after childbirth;
SPA and Wellness retreats - Sangoma Spicer Retreat, Swiss Sports SPA, Spring Retreat Bondi Junction;
sport clinics and events - Coogee Sports and Remedial Massage clinic, City 2 Surf, Manly Soft Sand;
Senior Member of the Association of Massage Therapists of Australia - AMT.
A passionate yoga teacher, who obtained her teaching certification in India, with a renowned school Samatva Yogalaya in Rishikesh. She advocates for the power of self-healing and self-love as two major factors in our well-being process.
Each individual is unique, hence all problems require an individual and holistic approach.
Prior to each treatment a consultation is required; to help identify the problem and to understand the benefits and purpose of a massage.
We use techniques such as:
active release techniques (ART);
proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation (PNF);
as well as a combination of relaxation techniques (Hawaiian, Balinese and Thai).
They are all done according to your current situation, pain threshold, and comfort. At the end of every treatment you are advised on appropriate stretching techniques and/or muscle-building exercises that can assist you in the long run.
Zeleni Kenguru is committed to optimal human interaction with the environment. Our planet is our home, so it must be taken care of. Effective waste management can contribute to a more rational use of natural resources, which is crucial for continued development of humanity.
We also recognize that environmental concerns are important in connection with your own health, so we encourage ‘green thinking’:
use of 100% organic cotton towels;
natural and ecologically sourced oils and waxes;
paperless operating business system;
efforts for smaller consumables to replace plastic.