I was born in Toulouse, France. After a 20-year-long dance career that took me from Paris to Europe and all the way to Asia, I settled in New York City, where to further develop my knowledge of the body, I dove into the study of therapeutic massage at the Swedish Institute. I became a New York State Licensed Massage Therapist in February of 2008.


At this time my work integrates Swedish, myofascial release, active release technique, Reiki, as well as Reflexology, in which I hold a National Board Certification.


I also received extensive training in oncology massage, including Massage for the Cancer Patient level I and II through Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, and Hospital-Based Massage Therapy for Seriously Ill Patients through Mount Sinai’s Hertzberg Palliative Care Institute.


I maintain a private practice specializing in safe massage for people diagnosed with cancer during all phases of treatment, into survivorship and end of life, and I am part of the massage therapy team at the Dubin Breast Center and the Ruttenberg Treatment Center at Mount Sinai Hospital.


I am a member of the Society For Oncology Massage and the American Massage Therapy Association.