She began her training back in 2011 when she knew that she wanted to help people look after their physical and mental wellbeing. She started massage training in order to help facilitate this desire, but it did not progress past the point of a past-time. Following a period of serious illness in 2012, she increased her understanding of the effects of pain and tension on the human body, and channelled this knowledge into further massage study and the development of a more intuitive working technique.
She is particularly skilled in a penetrative form of deep tissue massage which incorporates pressure point release that improves muscle condition and helps with pain management. At the same time, she creates a calm and tempered environment which helps de-stress and re-centre those being treated.
This environment of calm is carried into the relaxing and at times invigorating Swedish massage that she practices and within the soothing space she creates to deliver the supremely relaxing Pregnancy massages.
She treats people who have a diverse range of needs and works with them to create a singular treatment for their own requirements .
At the heart of her practice is compassion and understanding which allows clients to feel comfortable in making their own wellbeing a priority.
If I wasn’t a massage therapist I’d be… an archaeologist. I am obsessed by history and the secrets of the peoples that went before us.
My biggest release is… meditation and energy healing which I practice almost daily. Cooking always makes me feel very mindful and happy and outside of that listening to music, painting and having super hot baths!