By Nyah Undeniably

What is your Name and Nationality?

My name is Julian Toussaint and I am a Saint Lucian.

  A few words that describe you?

 Adventurous,Caring,Giving,loving, resilient and courageous.

What do you do for a living?

I am a Licensed Massage Therapist and a Certified colon hydrotherapist.

What  made you venture into  Massaging and then Colon Hydrotherapy?

Massaging is a gift that was noticed from childhood by my grandmother. She said to me you will be great with you hands. So I embarked on my journey to Florida in 2004.
 17 yrs later still going strong.

 Colon hydrotherapy I became passionate about, when I realized the benefits of it to humans. So I felt I could have made a change in society by helping people better themselves in terms of dieting and relief of constipation, which is one of the main benefits.

How has The pandemic affected your business?

  Greatly.  The pandemic has affected my business in the sense that people don’t have financial freedom like they would have had when things were normal. So right at this moment persons will come if it’s definitely a need.

What keeps you grounded?

Doing things that I love and staying positive no matter the circumstances.

What other interests or hobbies do you have?

Karate, Running, Hiking, Partying, Carnival, Traveling, Swimming,  Cycling, Dancing and Singing.

What made you get into running?

Running has always been in my genes from childhood. We walked and ran everywhere in Choiseul to get to where we needed to be; So that I continued doing that and got better at it. As the years go by,  I can safely say that I am at my best when it comes to running right now.

 If you had to pick anywhere in the world to run, where would it be?

That would probably be in one of the African countries doing a cross country in the forest.

Favorite experience while hiking?

  Been able to complete St. Lucia’s three tallest mountains in one day which took 5hrs 12 mins. Gros Piton(2,618.9 ft) high, Petit Piton (2,438 ft) high and Mt Gimie (3117 ft) high.

Do you compete in karate?

Yes I do compete currently and have been to a few international championships.

What has karate taught you?

Discipline is the number one thing and how to be a better person. Be kind and loyal to others and not taking advantage of the less privilege.

Most memorable moment before Covid?

That would have been my wedding and wedding reception in December 2019.

What advice do you have for a young person who wants to follow their dreams?

Stay focused and listen to their inner thoughts. Always seek  help and ask questions. Never think you know it all and most importantly remain humble.

Where would you like to see yourself in the next 5 years?

Making great things happen.  Creating opportunities for new businesses and  to better help young people help themselves in the society.

Where can we find you on social media?

Instagram  and Facebook.

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