Born and raised in Chile. A the age of 22 she managed to move to Los Angeles, USA, and despite having with a newborn son, started looking for a dance career. After suffering serious injuries she had to stop dancing and became very interested on bodywork, to help herself at firrst - but since she studying massage, her life changed drastically.
She discovered a passion and graduated from massage school in 2006. In 2010 she moved to UK to study European massage techniques, and also learned from an old Thai lady the Thai Massage routine, training provided by the most experienced Thai massage practitioners.
A year ago Evelyn moved to Spain with her husband. There, she teaches massage at workshops and schools. Working as a freelance, she has found the ideal life and iswilling to share all the greatness of helping others feel their best.
Now she is working on a new technique, where the patient receives a guided meditation while she gives the massage, so mind and body can be restored, giving extra amazing results.
Traditional Thai Massage
Full body, with all the pressure points and stretches. Ideal for the festival, since there's no need to apply oils and can be performed with clothes on, on a massage bed or on a blanket on the floor.
It will help everyone with tired aching legs, backs, neck and shoulders. It's an invigorating technique that will help you feel refreshed and ready to hit the dance floor, or the yoga mat.
Traditional Swedish & Deep tissue Massage
These will take you on a deep sleep. The massage starts with light pressure, gradually increasing to get to those deep muscles that cause most of the trouble. It applies oils and aromatherapy. The use of hands and elbows with essentials oils help the body recover from chronic fatigue, pain and aids circulation, the therapist will get you relaxed and on a deep meditative state.
Beyond the feel-good effects of the treatment, the practice and purpose go deeper than the skin and muscles by taking specific reflex points on the foot to induce a healing response in corresponding organs and areas of the body. Kneading the soft fleshy ball of the foot, pulling on the toes, tracing around the heel and pushing deep into the arch are just a few of the many small, intense movements you’ll experience during a reflexology treatment. Also refreshing after a long dance or walking day.