Mathias Alberton and I am the fashion designer of Martial Attitude.
Of course it has been a long way full of bends and obstacles and incredible twists till this point.
An adventure I am very happy to being involved with as it has born in order to express all the things I have learned so far and to share as much of them as possible with others. So I think it is relevant to state here and now where you can find me and what you can expect from me next.
Whilst creating Martial Attitude desings, I continue to work in London as Sport and Remedial Massage Therapist.
Qualifications & courses
Sport & Remedial Massage Therapy at LSSM
Anatomy on cadavers - dissection review with Julian Baker
Anatomy on cadavers - soft tissues in a clinical context in relation to common injuries
Anatomy on cadavers - the upper limb girdle
Capable of doing correct postural assessment and to identify the most correct treatment and exercise programme for each client
Sport and Remedial Massage
Soft Tissue Release
Connective Tissue Release
Deep Tissue Massage
Office Chair Massage
What to expect
Not only Sport Massage, but a Bespoke Treatment.
Soft Tissue Therapy (STT) is the assessment, treatment and management of soft tissue injury, pain, and dysfunction of the musculoskeletal system.
As a soft tissue therapist I will use deep tissue massage skills to treat you along with manual stretching, myofascial release and trigger point therapy.
The soft tissues of the body refer to muscles, tendons, ligaments and fascia. Therapy of these soft tissues requires management, manipulation and rehabilitation to any individual regardless of whether they are involved in sport or not.
In your soft tissue therapy session I might blend a variety of other techniques to deliver the most bespoke treatment: Soft Tissue Release, Assisted Stretching, Myofascial Release, Trigger Point Therapy.
I do collaborate with The Massage Lab - Sport and Remedial Massage in the heart of Islington, London, UK.
You can find great therapists all week 7/7 and you can book an appointment with me too!
I am now applying for a undergraduate degree in Sport Psychology.
The course of studies I have done with LSSM has been enormous value for my practice and covered a lot of topics. It gave me tools that I am using on daily basis with the Physio Clinic I collaborate with. Also the anatomy and physiology lectures made me aware of new possibilities in helping others, more vulnerable people such as Visually Impaired and Blind.
I then started to work 3 years ago on my project on Mobility and Confidence for Visually Impaired and Blind People.
I call it MA Vision.
Using close up tactile techniques derived from my branch of Kung Fu and my experience as a Massage Therapist, they can increase their confidence in controlling the immediate area around themselves.