Marta has always had an interest in health and helping people. After high school she decided to study physiotherapy at Eugeniusz Piasecki University School of Physical Education in Poland. While studying she finished a few additional courses in remedial massage therapy.
In 2005 she attended a course in Swedish massage and from that time used her knowledge on her friends to gain experience. In 2006 she worked as a volunteer with the Polish National Tennis Wheelchair Team in Turkey, taking part in the preparation for the Wheelchair Tennis Team World Championships in Brazil. Marta performed both massage and physiotherapy treatments for the team.
During 2008 Marta finished several courses in differing massage disciplines, including deep tissue massage (where she learned from the best masseurs in Poland), lymphatic drainage, Chinese cupping and relaxation massage. All of these courses gave her the opportunity to work in a clinical situation, often helping; women after chest cancer, people with back problems, and all types of muscle dysfunction. In the summer of the same year she travelled to the USA to learn other massage techniques like chair massage and stone massage.
Marta completed her masters in 2009, and spent one year working as a massage therapist and physiotherapist in Poland, after which she decided to immigrate to Australia. Her first position in Australia was a massage centre in Northbridge. During that time she got her Australian qualification in Diploma of Remedial Massage, and started work at Stirling Health Professionals as a Remedial Massage Therapist.
Marta enjoys studying and expanding her knowledge base. In February 2012 she completed a course of MET, which involves learning techniques in muscle relaxation.