When I was 16, I started culinary school and began to gather diplomas. However, I soon found out that my passion lay outside this profession and I was no longer satisfied with it. I decided to go in another direction, that direction was sport.
During sport education, I encountered anatomy, physiology and physical training. After I finished this education, I moved into physiotherapy and it was here where I found my passion.
A great experience for me was a patient with a broken ankle and a torn knee ligament. The lady was very afraid that she would never walk again but after a number of treatments we succeeded in making steps forward (literally). After this, she began to be able to go outside on her own.