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Rohan Quarry Day has touched the lives of many people and it's all thanks to the intuitive approach he takes to addressing his clients' ills

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A pioneer in musculo-skeletal deep tissue massage therapy, Australian-born Rohan Quarry Day has always been interested in how the human body works. 

Through his study of physiotherapy and his interest in all things physical _ sports, yoga, massage and the effects that activities have on the body _ he has developed his own approach to relieving the symptoms of pain, tension and fatigue. His healing technique, a powerful combination of different types of therapy delivered to each client in a tailor-made plan, has won him recognition and attracted a dedicated international clientele, from stressed-out executives to Olympic athletes.

He now travels the world to treat patients and train therapists for Como Shambhala. Day is participating in the "Thirty-one Days of Wellness" programme, part of a "Wellness Month" currently under way at Metropolitan by Como on South Sathon Road, and can be found at this hotel from March 25 to 31. He spoke to Life recently about his work.

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