A few years ago I decided to leave my job as a Production manager in the Opera/Theatre and Ballet world and train to become a full time Craniosacral therapist.

I first experienced Craniosacral therapy 24 years ago when my partner died and Homeopathy and Craniosacral therapy helped me through the grieving process.

 

Since then I have had treatment regularly to help me survive in a really stressful work environment.

I have personally experienced ’Burn out’ and witnessed many colleagues go through the same thing. Some ending up with Chronic fatigue syndrome from the constant fast pace of life and demands of the work place. 

Until several years ago when I felt impelled to leave my stressful job and help others. Craniosacral therapy, yoga and meditation has been at the centre of my life since my partner and I went through IVF and it was whilst at a yoga retreat in Portugal that I decided to change my lifestyle for good.

I have always felt a deep connection to nature and have been guided spiritually to this new path through my yoga and meditation practice.

I feel passionate about helping people back to health and think that my role as a therapist is to support you in a non judgemental and open hearted way.

Our bodies have an inherent ability to heal themselves but to do this they need stillness. Something that is very rare in our busy lives.

By listening to your body and allowing it to be still I can support your body to heal itself

 

I am a member of the Craniosacral therapy association and subject to strict codes of conduct

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I am also a member of the PR team at the Craniosacral therapy association and my role is to act as an ambassador for CSTA at college graduation days.