My background is in Physiotherapy, which so far has been extremely rewarding; enabling me to work with both Children and adults in a variety of clinical settings within the NHS and the charitable sector.
Having well over a decade of experience in Physiotherapy, I have gained invaluable skills which I find compliments and enhances my current alternative practice.
Although originally having taken a more medical approach to health, I have always shown an interest and passion for alternative health and healing, connecting mind, body and spirit. This is something I found Physiotherapy alone was missing.
After taking a short career break to travel, I found myself drawn to the powerful healing practice of Craniosacral Therapy. I graduated from the College of Craniosacral Therapy in London, where I now also work as a tutor.
Through my own process of self discovery, I also came across the Metamorphic Technique, which I have found to have been a great catalyst in my own transformation and development. I studied this technique with Dominique Mallee Meeroff in London where I gained practitionership.
My interest in the body and movement stem from an early age through dance, which has continued to be a major part of my life. Through this interest, I was naturally drawn to body/movement practices as a way to health, leading me to study Pilates. I find this to be a great way of helping people in maintaining a healthy connection between mind and body.
I am committed to on-going self development, and regularly undertake post graduate courses to maintain high standards of practice. Areas I have undergone further training in include: Embryology, Specialist treatment of mothers and babies, Shamanism as an approach in Craniosacral therapy, and female sexuality to name a few…..
I also hold a certificate in the foundations of counselling and psychotherapy – a 1 year training at CCPE in London.
I am registered and insured by the CSTA and CSP, and therefore adhere to strict codes of conduct. I also hold a certificate in First Aid.
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