Frances Fuller relocated to Singapore from Palm Beach, Florida USA where she was nationally certified by the National Certification Board of Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork in and State certified by the Florida Department of Health as a Licensed Massage Therapist and Continuing Education Provider.
Integrating therapeutic-grade essential oils into all of the modalities that she has practiced and taught through the years, Frances’ passion is assisting others in achieving higher levels of wellness, purpose and abundance in all aspects of their lives. She combines her training in massage, counseling, emotional release, essential oils, nutrition, and education to offer leadership to others choosing to create shifts at the physical, emotional, mental, and/or spiritual levels.
A Reiki Master in both the Usui and Karuna systems, Frances founded Rainbow Healing System. In addition, she has taught seminars on Science & Application of Essential Oils, Reiki, Healing Touch, Emotional Release, Raindrop Therapy, Meditation, Cellular Level Healing, VitaFlex Therapy, Crystal and Chakra Healing, CranioSacral Therapy, Yin Yang Stone Massage, One Brain, and Language of Light. Previously, in Virginia she taught algebra, geometry, trigonometry, calculus, DISC and Myers-Briggs Temperament Sorting for many years.
Frances now spends most of her time teaching throughout Asia, sharing the benefits of the Young Living Therapeutic Grade essential oils with others.
How I began Teaching in Singapore
Often in classes I tell the story of my move to Singapore . . .
In 2002 I met some people from Singapore while at a seminar in Hawaii. We kept in touch, and they said, “You really ought to come to Singapore – and we will show you around!” I thought, “What better way to see Singapore than with Singaporeans . . . “
In early February 2003, I flew to Singapore. After a week in a hotel, I rented a serviced apartment for 10 weeks. While I was there, SARS broke out. For those who were in Singapore at the time, you will remember that the bustling city became a ghost town. Schools and businesses were closed, and people stayed in their homes. Those who ventured out usually wore masks. One of the people whom I had met said, “You don’t seem to be worried about SARS – WHY not???” I told her, “I have my essential oils!” When she asked if I would tell her a little about the oils, I suggested that she gather some friends together so we could have an introductory class. The next day, twelve people came to learn about and experience the Young Living essential oils!
The following day, eight people came to learn Raindrop Technique, and someone even gave me a massage table as payment for the class. I was able to do Raindrop sessions and massages with therapeutic-grade essential oils, so people could really experience the benefits!
Over the next two weeks, many more came to learn about the oils and/or for sessions, and it became quite evident to me that I should be in Singapore teaching rather than in South Florida where I had been teaching for over 3 years. I was excited about the prospect of introducing the people of Singapore and Southeast Asia to the benefits of therapeutic-grade essential oils and the French model of aromatherapy!
When I returned to Florida the end of April, I was unsure whether I would rent out my apartment on the beach there seasonally, annually . . . or sell it. The answer came in a telephone call. A woman who had never been inside my apartment and whom I did not know called me and said that she would like to purchase it! She made an attractive offer and said she would also like to purchase anything I wanted to leave behind . . . so the decision was made. The end of June 2003, I moved to Singapore!
Moving to another country is not as “simple” as moving from one locality to another in your native country. I had to “have a reason to be there”. In other words, I had to create a business that would pay me enough to satisfy the requirements of the Singapore government for residency. This meant that I had to work really hard – and fast! However, the interested people just kept coming to the classes that I scheduled, and somehow the income that was necessary flowed in . . . so I was able to remain in Singapore and even branch out to Thailand, Malaysia, New Zealand, and Bali within a year.
In 2008, I qualified for the Young Living Caribbean Cruise. Although I had been to the islands many times, I knew that the Young Living executives would be my “captives” on the ship at night. Singapore finally got on the “radar” of the Company – and we received reduced shipping for our international orders beginning 1 August 2008. The lower shipping rates made ordering far more attractive, and “Team Singapore” began to grow!
Another milestone was reached 14 April 2010 when Young Living Singapore Pte Ltd was registered. Team Singapore has continued to grow rapidly, and Young Living plans for Singapore to be the hub for all of Southeast Asia! The journey has been exciting, and it is so rewarding to introduce others to something that can enhance every aspect of their lives.
We’ve only just begun . . .