I arrived from Hungary in November. My children were already living here, I didn’t want to live without them, so I embarked on a great adventure, starting a new life at the age of 56.
I learned the pedicure profession in Hungary. After six months basic course, I attended a lot of further advanced trainings, professional development is important to me. I also have a degree as a pharmacy technician and a naturopath, all of which I put at the service of my work to serve my clients the best possible way.
I left behind a successful practice in Hungary, entrusting my clients to an experienced colleague.
I love my work and my satisfied clients.
The biggest challenge now is to learn English, please forgive me for being a beginner in this. My daughter Maya helps me to overcome the language difficulties, but she can’t be with me at all times.
That is why I prefer written communication, so misunderstandings can be avoided easier.
Ireland is beautiful, people here are so friendly, I really love it here.
If you don’t mind could you leave a feedback on Google please?
See below some feedback from my guests in Hungary:
“I’m glad I found this lady who really does her job well. She is an excellent professional, and I wholeheartedly recommend her to everyone. She is extremely kind, every time spent with her was a valuable conversation as well. It is rare to find such a good professional, I hope that in the future she will be able to take care of the feet and the soul of many more guests.“
“I have been visiting Marti from the beginning. I was delighted to see over the years how much she invest into developing the technology she uses. I am going to miss her much. I wish her the very best.”
“I am grateful that I was your guest. I will miss you a lot! Good luck!”
“After Márti’s pedicure all my shoes are more comfortable. Easier to work on my feet all day.”
“We loved going to Márti’s place.Our feet were always relieved. “
Marika & Lali
I always feel grateful when I look at this photo. I reflect on how far I have come since then.
I went to work every day with stomach cramps, the atmosphere was oppressive, I love accounting, and payroll but I also wanted something else. 25 years behind the desk was a lot. He was interested in the human soul, naturopathy and health care. I thought hard, quit my depressing job as a chief accountant, went to school, studied foot care, pharmacy, went on hospital internships, and another world opened up. I became a pedicurist. I have to say that at first several people thought I had lost my remaining sanity 😃 I took this picture on my first day 5 years ago. In a salon, I rented a small corner separated by a screen, all my stuff fit in a small rolling drawer. Now I look around my small Foot Care Studio and I have to admit that my eyes are full of tears, today I work with equipment that seemed like an unattainable dream at the time.