After finishing school, I started a career in nursing, practising as a registered nurse specialising in care for the elderly. It was during this time, that I came to realise that in many cases, we were simply treating the symptoms rather than understanding and treating the root causes.
I became more and more interested in the potential of using natural therapies to harness the body’s own ability to self-heal, and the more research I did, the more inspired I was to help people experience a natural change to health and well-being.
During my teenage years, I had been a regular visitor to a chiropractor, and it was this, along with my experiences as a nurse, which really inspired me to learn more about these skills.
After achieving my diploma in Chiropractic at The McTimoney Chiropractic College in 1998, I started my exciting career as a registered Chiropractor, running a successful complementary Health Centre in Crowborough for 7 years. This led me to further my knowledge and learning, obtaining qualifications as a Thai Massage Therapist in 2007 and as a British Wheel of Yoga Teacher in 2009.
My passion has developed in the natural and holistic approach to health, focused on a ‘whole body’ approach to healing. My aim is to help you gain and maintain a healthy body and outlook as well as helping to prevent any future problems. I have actively continued my education and skills in my work, regularly attending training and seminars to keep up to date with the latest information and techniques regarding holistic care.
I am passionate about my work and helping people to regain their health and vitality. Our bodies have their own natural ability to heal and it is this quality I encourage through my work.
I am proud to be part of a holistic approach, providing a health care model of ‘wellness and prevention’ and the importance of re-establishing a connection with nature.