Bianca Medina

Life is really simple, but we insist on making it complicated - Confucius

I graduated from college in 2013 with a Business Economics degree, with the intent of going into a business or be an executive in a corporation. My first job out of college was at a start up company. It taught me to how to manage my time, work well with others, and other technical and soft skills. From there, I moved to another start up for a different industry, which closed down and I moved into a more established company.

Through out that time, I always thought to myself that there has to be...

I graduated from college in 2013 with a Business Economics degree, with the intent of going into a business or be an executive in a corporation. My first job out of college was at a start up company. It taught me to how to manage my time, work well with others, and other technical and soft skills. From there, I moved to another start up for a different industry, which closed down and I moved into a more established company.

Through out that time, I always thought to myself that there has to be a little more. Something else that would have me help people, not just over the phone helping with order issues or putting out fires that were in the company. There has to be something else where I can still use my work ethics and have a balanced life that I can call mine, not what someone else thought or told me when I had to take my breaks.

It hit me one day while working at my last job. As phones were ringing off the hook with customers needing help, a computer monitor in front of me in my cubicle with a dim florescent light, I picked up a piece of paper that had my notes on it. Out of nowhere, my mind launched itself 30 years into the future, with that same exact image: phones ringing, me sitting in front of the computer monitor, in a cubicle, and that light not being fixed, and the same piece of paper. It was scary to have my mind go that far into the future and tell me I was going to be doing the same exact thing over, and over, and over. And it wasn’t what I wanted.

My mind went straight to massage therapy–I liked getting a massage, so why not pay it forward? I’ve been enjoying it since, being in the focused realm and trying to help alleviate pain through massage the best I can. I also believe that we all need to relax and be in ourselves once in awhile to enjoy life. I hope that I can accomplish that through my new career in massage. Besides, the body is such an interesting thing to learn about!

I'm now a proud graduate of San Francisco School of Massage 2017!

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Education
2017

San Francisco School of Massage

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Experience
Bodywork

Pregnancy

Preparation for working with women while they are pregnant, laboring, and during their postpartum recovery.

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Bodywork & Massage

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