I graduated from the Cotswold Academy in Cirencester in 2015, where I gained qualifications in Sports Massage Therapy, Deep Tissue Massage and Holistic massage. Since then I have been adding to my skills and experience with Continued Professional Development at Oxford University Sport and with The Sports Therapy Organisation in Manchester. I now compliment my sports massage with other techniques, such as kinesiology taping, spinal mobilisation, electrotherapy, and neurological testing. This choice allows me to deliver the therapy best suited to relieve your injury or pain.
Read my journey to becoming a therapist as featured on The Cotswold Academy blog on this link
Since I turned 40, I challenge myself to complete a marathon every year and am looking forward to competing in the Virgin London Marathon in April, 2018. This is after nearly 2 years of recovery from a knee operation that could have halted my running career. But with a program of sports massage, weight lifting and conditioning, the rehabilitation has been a success and I am back to my previous form. I understand the stress and pain you experience during injury and are unable to participate in your sport.
Keeping fit and mobile is not only a health choice but sometimes a lifestyle choice, so when your body tells you that you have to slow your pace of activity or stop completely, the consequences can have a rippling effect across your whole personal life. As a therapist, my aim is to fix your problem efficiently and find a long term solution, keeping you on the move.