Moitheri Motaung is a massage therapist whose school career started in Qwa-Qwa at a Primary School in Wetsieshook and then moved to Johannesburg when she was eight to live with her father and finished her primary education that side. Theri moved to Bloem in 2007 to stay with her mother and complete her matric. “I studied Business Management at Motheo Tvet College and graduated in 2014. While I was a student I was also a waitress, a radio presenter at Kovsie FM and also a receptionist at City Living Hotel and later at Anta Boga Hotel. That is where I got my experience in the real world.”

In 2018 as she was trying to figure out what her passion was, she realized that being a massage therapist was all she ever really wanted and from there on she enrolled in a Swedish Massage Therapy course at Camelot International.

“My inspiration is my family; my family has always been the back bone of my whole journey until today. The challenges I have faced in this industry are that, if you want to succeed you need to make sure that you budget according to your means and do everything slowly until end goal is achieved.”

Her greatest achievement to date would have to be having the honor to massage the one and only Basetsana Khumalo. “I felt it was a gift from God as that day was a day after my birthday and I have always wanted to meet her, as I imagine most women in business do.”

On what makes her a woman who rocks, she says that it’s because she aims for the stars and builds a ladder to get to the stars while waiting for the rocket. “I’m constantly in motion.”

Her dreams for the future include having Felicitous-Rose having its own guesthouse and spa in Durban, Joburg and Cape Town in the next 8 years.