As the daughter of one of the UK's leading Osteopaths I had the opportunity to spend many hours observing and helping my father from an early age. This experience, back in the 1970s, gave me a unique insight into the power of osteopathy and a strong desire to help patients using the techniques I was learning. As an adult (and after a false start in the banking sector) I went on to train for 4 years at the British School of Osteopathy, adding to my range of technical skills and gaining the theoretical knowledge necessary in a modern osteopathic practice.
Over many years as a Registered Osteopath and qualified yoga instructor with a comprehensive knowledge of nutrition, I have provided caring, holistic and expert advice and treatment in East Anglia from clinics in Newmarket and Cavendish.
I am no longer working as an osteopath but continue to practice osteopathy as health practitioner from my premises in Cambridge. My patients vary in age from 4 weeks to 89 years and with a wide variety of occupations, from Championship Jockey to Retired banker.
I am also the Public Health Fellow on the Advisory Council of the Democracy Institute a politically independent public policy research organization based in Washington and London.
Bachelor of Osteopathy (B.Ost) – British School of Osteopathy, London.
I am CNHC registered for Craniosacral Therapy
I also practice osteopathy and provide nutritional advice together with yoga instruction.
Hatha Yoga Instructor – British School of Yoga, Devon
Member of the ICrA - a not-for-profit special interest group of health professionals who include cranial therapy in their practice