Latest Massage Therapist signing up for IMA’s 6th World Championship in Massage is Kittirat Anekwitee from Norway. The International massage Association has asked her to tell about herself:
My name is Kittirat Anekwitee and I represent Norway. I am 45 years old and I started working as spa therapist more than 20 years ago, in Thailand – where I was born.
I have lifelong experience with different types of massage and work experience from various professional spa envirnoments. In Bangkok I worked for Mandarin Oriental hotel as well as hospital (medical) theraphy at Piyavate hospital. Later on, I became hired by Clinique La Priare to work at the world-cruising residental cruise ship, M/V The World. The clinique onboard the ship was later taken over by Banyan Tree Spa services. After moving to Norway, I have worked at varios spa’s in Trondheim, before finally starting at Norway’s most exclusive 5-star hotel, Britannia hotel in Trondheim. I was hired there as therapist from the start-up, and I’m currently working there as Spa Manager.
I wold like to show my Thai Tradition Massage, that uses gentle prsssure and stretching techniqes to relax and helps with the circulation of blood. My tecnique is a combination of massage from Northern and Southern parts of Thailand, and I hope my knowledge of Thai Massage culture can be adapted by the next generation of therapists.
I was educated at Wat Po Traditional Medical School for Thai Traditional Massage in 1999 and 2000. www.Watpomassage.com
Britannia Spa & Fitness: https://britannia.no/spa/britannia-spa
The International Massage Association look forward watching Kittirat Anekwitee skills at the World Championship in Massage July 1-2 in wonderful Copenhagen, Denmark.