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Ali Yassine

Remedial Massage Therapist
Ali Yassine - Health Space Clinics

Ali completed his Diploma of Remedial Massage at Loftus TAFE in September 2017.

He has worked with multiple local sporting teams such as Hurstville United Rugby League Club, Banksia Tigers Soccer Club, and Sutherland Seahawks Gridiron Club.

Due to his exposure to a variety of different sports, Ali's knowledge of injury prevention and injury management has excelled and enhanced. His interest in massage stemmed from the athletic field, as Ali realized how soft tissue release can truly improves the lives of his fellow team mates on a mental, physical and emotional level.

His personal interest are in power lifting, Gridiron (American Football), Oz Tag, Touch Football and rugby League. Ali is very well qualified to determine how to prevent injuries obtained through these sports.

Ali's true passion lies in the mental and spiritual construction of cellular regeneration. His ideologies of positive mindset and influence of one's true self aids in re-wiring the brain to go to its furthest limits in order to obtain the best optimum healing of one's body.

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