Love Island’s Alexandra Cane embraces career change by training as a healer (Image: Alexandra Cane/Instagram)

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Love Island star Alexandra Cane is undergoing a complete career change after announcing that she was training as a body healing coach.

The 30-year-old former Love Island star, who shot to fame when she appeared on the ITV show in 2018, was thrilled to reveal the exciting news with her fans.

Her announcement comes after the reality star underwent a dramatic transformation as she turned her focus to health and fitness after leaving the show.

Making the announcement in front of her 1.3 million Instagram followers, Alexandra explained that she would be training to become a trauma-informed healer and was excited to work with others in the future.

Alexandra was excited to announce the news on social media
(Image: Alexandra Cane/Instagram)

"So I'm currently working towards becoming a natural body healing coach & trauma informed healer," she told her fans.

"I'm so excited for this new venture having experienced my own healing journey and soon to be able to hold space for others to become their best version of themselves. I really look forward to working with many of you in the future."

Later, Alexandra unveiled several videos as she enjoyed what appeared to be an ecstatic dance session with a group under a cabana.

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She also shared an empowering message on social media in which she added that she was 'grateful' for the experiences that brought her to this moment in her life.

"Never regret experiences that brought you yo where you're supposed to be. New chapter… let's go," Alexandra added.

While Alexandra appears to have focused on a new era of wellbeing, her announcement comes shortly after she was slammed for refusing a Covid-19 jab in favour of meditation on social media.

Alexandra is training to become a healer
(Image: Alexandra Cane/Instagram)

Alex shot to fame when she appeared on Love Island in 2018
(Image: Alexandra Cane/Instagram)

At the start of June, the former Love Island star told fans that she wouldn't be accepting a vaccine and said that she would "not subscribe to fear."

She told her one million followers that she was uncertain about the amount of information available about the vaccination.

She said: “I am a sovereign being who has the basic human right of deciding what I believe is best for my body. I choose not to inject something that I have not much information of, nor do I wish to follow suit because others are.”

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Although some fans appeared to air their agreement with her views, others branded her announcement 'irreponsible'.

At the time, her claims were also slammed by Professor Stephan Lewandowsky, Chair in Cognitive Psychology at the University of Bristol.

He told The i : “Celebrities are entitled to their opinions, but they must also exercise that entitlement responsibly.

“In this case, the claims are irresponsible because they are false and misleading.

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