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About Namiko Kimura

Namiko is a member of Massage & Myotherapy Australia, having completed her Diploma of Remedial Massage at NSW School of Massage. She also studied Certificate IV in Fitness to complement her passion for the healthcare industry.

With over 5 years experience, Namiko is driven to help her clients to feel better after a massage session. Her main focus when treating the body is to aid in the recovery of patients' injuries and reduce muscle discomfort to improve daily activity and quality of life.

Recently in Sep 2018, Namiko started her post graduate certificate in Manual Lymph Drainage (MLD). Another great skill to ensure her clients get the best results with every massage.

In her spare time, Namiko enjoys listening to music and searching for the best coffee around.

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