The Chinese word hua (written 花 and pronounced "hwa") means flower, and it is part of my name, Most English speaking people have trouble saying it so I usually only go by Li (spoken "Lee"). I come from a city in China called Huadu, which can translate to "City of Flowers." It is located in Guangdong province in southern China and is just a few hours west of Hong Kong.
I'm married to an American and came with him to the USA in 2008. Sometimes my English speaking and listening skills get confused and I say things that don't quite make sense, but I love to talk, so I'm willing to try it again and receive pointers to improve my language skills. Like so many others in Corpus Christi, I have multiple tongues; mine are Cantonese, Mandarin and English.
In China I both enjoyed and learned Traditional Chinese Medicine. Foot massage parlors are very common in China (we don't call it reflexology). We visit them for health, relaxation and even as a social gathering of friends. I studied Western massage techniques here in the US and graduated from Hands On Approach School of Massage Therapy in Corpus Christi. I am certified and licensed in the State of Texas to perform massage therapy and to operate a massage business .
My personal vision is to offer my clients a personal and professional service that brings both comfort and holistic health benefits.