Aspiring to help people improve their health and lifestyle, Brett opened the Green Lotus Therapies Massage and Wellbeing Centre with his wife, Tracy in 2010. They developed it into a focal point for a wide range of therapies which assist the community.
Brett draws on many challenges which he has faced in life, including overcoming Leukaemia in 1995.
From experience, he understands the benefits of looking after your health and seeking or developing coping mechanisms and health treatments. He believes in staying positive and drawing on your inner strength to fight disease and life challenges.
In 2009 Brett redefined his life. Dedicating his time to study, he attained qualifications in massage and meditation, and became a Reiki and Seichim Master. Commencing practice in these fields, he found his work incredibly rewarding. Brett continues to study to provide his clients with new and greater developed techniques.
Brett delivers real outcomes to real people with real conditions. He takes the time with each client to ensure he understands their individual needs and tailors a treatment to suit them.
Since opening its doors, Green Lotus Therapies Massage and Wellbeing Centre has expanded with a steady stream of people becoming regular clients.
No matter what your condition, Brett will listen, discuss your situation, and give advice on steps you can take to get you back to your optimum health.
Certificate IV Massage Therapy Practice
Diploma of Remedial Massage
Advance Certificate in Guiding and Teaching Meditation
Certificate Pregnancy Massage
Certificate Kahuna Hot Stone massage
Reiki and Seichim Master
Advance Certificate Integrated Cupping Therapy
Certificate Gua Sha Therapy
Certificate Basic Neurostructural Integration Technique
Certificate First Aid
Certificate Mental Health First Aid
Certificate IV Workplace Training and Assessment
Association of Massage Therapies Ltd (AMT)
International Institute for Complementary Therapists (IICT)
Australian Federal Police checked – Brett is approved and registered for working with vulnerable people.