Tamás completed his degree at the Budapest University of Physical Education, developing a keen interest in the relationship between exercise and the human body. Tamás has been giving swimming lessons since 2014 and often encounters people with musculoskeletal disorders. This experience led him to apply to do a course in Therapeutic and Sports Massage at the International Massage Academy in the summer of 2016. He gradually built up his knowledge of the application of Swedish, therapeutic and sports massage treatments, before later mastering massage for mums and babies. He passed his examinations with high praise. Tamás expanded his knowledge at the National Institute of Rheumatology and Physiotherapy and here began to work in the prevention of a sedentary lifestyle and the negative effects of seated work. As a therapeutic and sports masseur, Tamás places great importance on both prevention and rehabilitation. He feels like he has found a profession he can fully identify with and devotes his attention to healing his patients.
Tamás also believes that continuous development and openness towards a range of manual therapies is extremely important.
In his free time, Tamás like reading and practicing various forms of functional training. He also goes running and swimming a lot.