For the first time in 8 months, this morning I had to get up and go to work. This wasn't as traumatic as it might appear; partly because it wasn't that early a start (I am not a morning person) but mainly because I was going into Revive Clinic, and I was really looking forward to it.
I had a gentle start, with no clients this morning due to an illness cancellation. So I took my time to sort out my bits and pieces, and get the room set up just how I want it. I bought some beautiful accessories in Thailand in anticipation of practising here, and it's gratifying to see them finally in use.
As it was a lovely day, I took advantage of the garden, watching the coots and ducks splashing about on the water at the end. I couldn't resist doing a little bit of gardening too.
But I thought I should be somewhat productive, so spent some time preparing for a Thai Foot Massage course for Jade College (watch this space for more info) before getting to the real business of the day, massaging. Today was Thai Massage, which seemed to be well received.
And then it was time to pack up, wash up, and head home, quite tired, but really glad that after all the training and planning, I'm where I want to be: making people feel better through massage.